It’s that time of year again so get your US Open wagers in now as the players get ready to stroll from the clubhouse onto the first tee for what should be a very interesting tournament. Who should you back to win at Bet365? Well lets take a look before they get underway.
2017 US Open Winner
• Dustin Johnson – 15/2
• Rory Mcilroy – 12/1
• Jason Day – 14/1
• Jordan Spieth – 14/1
• Jon Rahm – 20/1
• Rickie Fowler – 22/1
• Justin Rose – 25/1
• Sergio Garcia – 25/1
• Adam Scott – 30/1
• Hideki Matsuyama – 30/1
• Henrik Stenson – 30/1
• Justin Thomas – 33/1
The US Open is one of the more prestigious of the golfing calendar’s mainstays, gaining massive media coverage across the country and drawing huge crowds to the course. This year the lucky venue is the Erin Hills course in Wisconsin a few dozen miles northwest of Milwaukee home to the Cheeseheads, and with the massively talented field due to start on the 7,812 yard course, there’s still a chance to get your US Open wagers placed. Although this far north there’s a few things to consider before you do.
No one with any sense looking forward to the US Open wagers it’s going to be a smooth ride this weekend. A quick glance at the weather shows rain and even storms are possible with a changeable wind carrying enough force and gusts to put even the best of the best off their stroke, but with US gambling laws relaxing day by day this inclemency of conditions probably just makes it all the more an attractive bet to the casual gambler, especially with many bookies like Bet365 offering each way on a top six finish.
Will The Weather Make The US Open A Bit Hit & Miss?
The 11 year old course hasn’t hosted a tournament this big before and even if the weather plays ball it’ll be interesting to see how well the facilities hold out against the onslaught of the hoards of fans and their typical exuberance. Robert “Bob” Lang who built the course always wanted the Open to come and under it’s present owner Andrew Ziegler it finally has, and US Open wagers will put Wisconsin on the gambling map with perhaps just a little more class than the Cheesehead fandom of the Green Bay Packers ever has.
But if you like to bet on sports in US there’s something for everyone in this field of great players from the massive outsiders like Lee Walker at 2500/1 or Derek Baron at 1000/1 through 500/1 shots like Brian Stuard or Joaquin Niemann all the way up to people who actually have a chance of making the cut and being worthy of your US Open wagers. Phil Mickelson gets 50/1 and eachway that could be quite the earner, but sitting up at the head of the field are the usual suspects, but whom should you back?
Enjoy Your US Open Wagers At Bet365
The sensible US Open wagers at Bet365 begin around 33/1 with Justin Thomas, with Hideki Matsuyama, Henrik Stenson and Adam Scott all sharing a 30/1 hope. The always surprising Justin Rose garners 25/1 as does the on-form Sergio Garcia, which is seriously tempting, as, it has to be said, is Rickie Fowler at 22/1. Jon Rahm comes in at a 20/1 punt and is a good each-way no brainer for anyone in the US gambling news on Monday will be of things pretty much running true to expectations.
Up at the front in the odds stakes, however, are the big four, Jordan Spieth and Jason Day both cop a delightfully tantalizing 14/1 to take the win, whereas the familiar features of Rory Mcilroy get a slightly narrower 12/1 at Bet365. Of course the obvious US Open wagers will have to include Dustin Johnson at 15/2 who is favorite to take the win, although it remains to be seen if the pressure will get to him as the weather does its worst this weekend in Wisconsin, and just who’ll make up that final six.