5 long range targets including Tommy Fleetwood


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US Open 2022 odds

Golfer Odds
Rory McIlroy +1100
justin thomas +1200
Jon Rahm +1400
scottie scheffler +1400
cameron smith +2200
patrick cantlay +2200
Xander Schauffele +2200
jordan spieth +2500
will zalatoris +2500
Colin Morikawa +2800
Matt Fitzpatrick +2800
sam burns +2800
Victor Hovland +2800
Shane Lowry +3300
tony finau +3300
Brooks Koepka +4000
Dustin Johnson +4000
Hideki Matsuyama +4000
Joachim Niemann +4000
Sungjae Im +4000
young cameron +5000
corey conners +5000
Daniel Berger +5000
max homa +5000
tommy floats +5000
billy horschel +5000
Abraham Ancer +6600
davis-riley +6600
justin rose +6600
Louis Oosthuizen +6600
Myth Pereira +6600
aaron wise +8000
Bryson DeChambeau +8000
Harold Varner III +8000
patrick cane +8000
Tyrrell Hatton +8000
Webb Simpson +8000
Keegan Bradley +10000
seamus power +10000
Talor Gooch +10000
Adam Scott +12500
gary forest +12500
jason kokrak +12500
kevin na +12500
sergio garcia +12500
Brian Harman +15000
Francesco Molinari +15000
luke list +15000
marc leishman +15000
russell henley +15000
yes woo kim +15000
tom hoge +15000
adam hadwin +15000
alex noreen +20000
K H Lee +20000
Phil Michaelson +20000
Sebastian Munoz +20000
Thomas Peters +20000
branden grace +25000
Cameron Tringale +25000
erik van rooyen +25000
harris english +25000
Kevin Kisner +25000
luke herbert +25000
ryan fox +25000
sepp straka +25000
Victor Perez +25000
Denny McCarthy +25000
Joel Dahman +30000
long faucet +30000
mackenzie hughes +30000
Matthew Ne Smith +30000
sam horsfield +30000
Scott Stallings +30000
stewart cink +30000
Thorbjorn Olesen +30000
Wyndham-Clark +30000
Taylor Montgomery +30000
adri arnaus +35000
nick taylor +35000
patrick rodgers +35000
troy merritt +35000
adam schenk +40000
Andrew Novak +40000
Beau Hossler +40000
danny lee +40000
kevin chappell +40000
Marcel Schneider +40000
Richard Mansell +40000
Wil Besseling +40000
MJ Daffue +40000
Sebastian Soderberg +40000
Andrew Putnam +50000
brian stuart +50000
callum tarren +50000
Guido Migliozzi +50000
joo hyung kim +50000
kurt kitayama +50000
Min Woo Lee +50000
ricardo bland +50000
Rikuya Hoshino +50000
roger-sloan +50000
Sam Stevens +50000
satoshi kodaira +50000
Shaun Norris +50000
erik barnes +50000
Joseph Bramlett +50000
Nick Hardy +50000
David Lingmerth +50000
Bo Hoag +75000
Harry’s room +75000
Hayden Buckley +75000
Jinichiro Kozuma +75000
kalle samooja +75000
Keita Nakajima +75000
Sean Crocker +75000
Todd Sinnott +75000
Yannick Paul +75000
chris gotterup +75000
Chase Seiffert +75000
Adrien Dumont de Chassart +100000
austin greaser +100000
Ben Silverman +100000
Brady Calkins +100000
brandon matthews +100000
chris nagel +100000
Daijirou Izumida +100000
Fred Biondi +100000
Grayson Murray +100000
Isaiah Salinda +100000
james piot +100000
Jesse Mueller +100000
jim furyk +100000
Jonas Blixt +100000
Keith Greene +100000
laird pastor +100000
luke gannon +100000
Matt McCarty +100000
moldovan maxwell +100000
Michael Thorbjornsen +100000
Nicholas Dunlap +100000
ryan gerard +100000
sam bennett +100000
Sean Jacklin +100000
stewart hagestad +100000
Tomoyaso Sugiyama +100000
travis vic +100000
William Mow +100000
chan kim +100000
ben lorenz +150000
Charles Reiter +150000
davis coast +150000

The US Open at the Country Club in Brookline, Mass., marks a fascinating moment in golf history.

Just a week after the Saudi-backed LIV Golf series debuted in London, which has attracted a slew of top 100 players, with more reportedly planning to join, the golf world is coming together for a major event. Players loyal to the PGA TOUR, those who jumped ship and a host who seems to be teetering on the fence will all play one of the true gems of the golf landscape.

Despite the talk of money and prestige of late, no one disagrees that the US Open is, and will remain, a tent of sport.


In recent years, that has shown up at the top of the leaderboards. The ever-tough test offered by the USGA has a way of weeding out pretenders and rewarding the best players in the world. Of the last ten winners, only one closed above +5,000 (Gary Woodland in 2019) and none broke above +8,000.

For an unpredictable and wide-open sport like golf, that’s a shock.

And yet, the door remains open for a black horse to crash the party. In any case, the world of golf is expecting a great impressive champion. Perhaps this is the week we see a long shot at catching a major, with these names standing out as golfers with a chance to reign supreme on Sunday.

US Open 2022 Picks

Tommy Fleetwood +6600

There’s a bit of a “Charlie Brown kicking the ball” effect associated with betting on Tommy Fleetwood to win a major.

The Englishman has shown the ability to compete when the golf course poses a difficult question, earning eight finishes of T19 or better in his 27 career major starts. But Fleetwood hasn’t had a win in the United States, not in a major or on the PGA TOUR.

However, Fleetwood’s record at the US Open is simply too good to ignore. He has two top-five finishes at this event and has been playing well lately, finishing T16 or better in five of his last nine starts.

Fleetwood’s ability to hit and scramble the ball will come into play at The Country Club, clearing the way for him to compete this weekend.

Adam Scott +13000

It just doesn’t feel right to see Adam Scott offered at such high odds. We’re talking about a major champion with nine top-five finishes in majors. His success is far from ancient history. He had two top 10 finishes in major championships in 2019.

Even this season, Scott has shown the ability to find his form and compete. He was in the top five at the Genesis Invitational in February and reached the knockout stage with a strong week at Match Play in Austin.

Scott’s putt, once his fatal flaw after the USGA banned anchoring, is now a strength. Scott has been one of the top 20 putters in the world for strokes gained for the past two years, according to DataGolf. That stability on the greens will be huge at Brookline, where he starts the week 130-1 in DraftKings.

Russell Henley +15000

For the more casual, Russell Henley is your weekly reminder to buy odds between sportsbooks. If you simply bet on him to win at DraftKings, you will only get paid out at +6500. BetMGM is offering the same golfer in more than double the price.

I tend to think that Henley’s chances are somewhere between those numbers, but they are closer to the lower mark, which gives him a lot of value at BetMGM.

Henley has finished T27 or better in each of his last three US Open appearances. In the four main races, he has been incredibly solid, making 13 of his last 15 cuts. Somehow, he has totaled nine top-25 finishes in the majors without breaking the top 10.

Over the last 12 months, only Cameron Smith has won more strokes per round on approach shots than Henley. His irons are marked and should be a weapon this weekend, making him worth 150-1 at BetMGM.

Brian Harman +18000

This number feels astronomical for a player with the combination of US Open success and the recent play we’ve seen from Harman.

The southpaw has been in the top 40 in each of his last four US Opens, including a T2 in 2017. Harman hasn’t missed a cut at a US Open since 2015, and has been in the top 20 in three of his last six main openings.

Recently, his game has been sharp, with a T18 at Memorial and a T9 at Wells Fargo. His chipping has been a weapon, with Harman ranking seventh in the world in Strokes Gained: Around the Green in the last 24 months.

Success around the green will be crucial this week. According to DataGolf metrics, the average US Open winner wins 23% of his shots on the course around the green. That compares to just 14.5% in the average PGA TOUR spot. If you’ve seen photos or videos of the rough around the greens at Brookline this week, you already know it’s going to be a key skill during this tournament.

Beau Hossler +40000

This is more of a sentiment than anything you can back up with stats and course knowledge. Hossler hasn’t played at a US Open since 2015, hasn’t finished better than T29 in a major and has never won on the PGA TOUR. Not much to go out there!

Hossler, however, has played very hard golf this season and appears poised to break through eventually. He has two top-five finishes on TOUR this year and has made four cuts in a row, finishing T32 or better in three of those events.

At 400-1 at BetMGM, a hunch might be enough to back Hossler this week. I certainly like the weekend going by and I even think he makes a sneaky first round leader bet (+15000 at BetMGM). He was T7 after one round as an amateur at the 2012 US Open and was six off the lead again at the 2015 US Open.

In his first US Open since turning pro, he should exceed expectations.