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Thu, Jun 16, 2022 EST

Rot Odds To Win 2022 US Open Moneyline
901 Jon Rahm     +1200
902 Rory McIloy     +1400
903 Dustin Johnson     +1600
904 Brooks Koepka     +1800
905 Bryson DeChambeau     +2200
906 Collin Morikawa     +1400
907 Xander Schauffele     +2000
908 Jordan Spieth     +2800
909 Justin Thomas     +1600
910 Viktor Hovland     +2200
911 Tony Finau     +4000
912 Patrick Cantlay     +2200
913 Patrick Reed     +6600
914 Hideki Matsuyama     +3300
915 Will Zalatoris     +3500
916 Tyrrell Hatton     +4500
917 Matthew Fitzpatrick     +4500
918 Scottie Scheffler     +1000
919 Sam Burns     +3500
920 Louis Oosthuizen     +4000
921 Daniel Berger     +4000
922 Paul Casey     +4500
923 Shane Lowry     +4000
924 Webb Simpson     +6000
925 Cameron Smith     +1800
926 Justin Rose     +7000
927 Garrick Higgo     +10000
928 Abraham Ancer     +6600
929 Jason Kokrak     +8000
930 Joaquin Niemann     +5000
931 Corey Conners     +5000
932 Tommy Fleetwood     +5500
933 Harris English     +8000
934 Tiger Woods     +5000
935 Matthew Wolff     +8000
936 Rickie Fowler     +6600
937 Marc Leishman     +7000
938 Phil Mickelson     +12500
939 Adam Scott     +8000
940 Gary Woodland     +8000
941 Sung Jae Im     +6600
942 Jason Day     +8000
943 Charley Hoffman     +12500
944 Max Homa     +8000
945 Sergio Garcia     +8000
946 Christiaan Bezuidenhout     +10000
947 Brian Harman     +10000
948 Bubba Watson     +15000
949 Braden Grace     +10000
950 Lee Westwood     +12500
951 Si Woo Kim     +12500
952 Guido Migliozzi     +15000
953 Billy Horschel     +12500
954 Francesco Molinari     +14000
955 Ryan Palmer     +15000
956 Matt Wallace     +17500
957 Carlos Ortiz     +16000
958 Kevin Streelman     +15000
959 Ian Poulter     +15000
960 Robert MacIntyre     +15000
961 Cameron Young     +10000
962 Mackenzie Hughes     +15000
963 Stewart Cink     +17500
964 Matt Kuchar     +17500
965 Russell Henley     +12500
966 Kevin Kisner     +20000
967 Charl Schwartzel     +20000
968 Matt Jones     +20000
969 Kevin Na     +20000
970 Bernd Wiesberger     +25000
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The Golf Open Championship

The Open Championship is held annually during the third weekend in July at courses located in the United Kingdom and is the oldest golf tournament in the world. The first Open Championship was played in 1860 and it has been held near-continuously since, with periodic disruptions due to World Wars and the COVID-19 pandemic. The tournament is an official European Tour event and is jointly sanctioned by the PGA Tour and is operated by the Royal & Ancient (R&A), which along with the USGA is responsible for maintaining the global rules of golf.

As a major championship, betting odds for The Open Championship are available far in advance of the tournament, sometimes as soon as the completion of the prior year’s event. The early future Golf Odds are generally restricted to a bet on the player who will win the tournament, with a number of others becoming available as the actual date of the tournament approaches.

The 150th Open Championship will take place in 2022 at St. Andrews on the Old Course, generally considered the birthplace of the game, for a record 30th time, with the 2023 event held for the 13th time at Royal Liverpool.  The Open Championship is played at a different venue each year, with ten courses usually comprising the rota (short for rotation) with other courses occasionally included at the discretion of the R&A and the global nature of the event makes it more of a world Championship Open.

The majority of the layouts in the rota are links courses, defined as being located near a coast with the topography dominated by sand dunes or other natural terrain which was used without much change to the original environment. A links course requires a type of shot making not generally associated with the modern game where players hit high shots that rely on spin to stop the ball on the putting surface.

Fairways are defined by humps that occurred naturally over which the course was designed, creating unpredictable bounces that put players in positions that they may not be prepared for. There isn’t usually much rough just off the fairways, but beyond that players can expect high native grasses that are left to grow without any intervention by the groundskeepers.

Playing links courses requires experience and creativity, along with the ability to hit shots with a lower trajectory that take advantage of the natural undulations of the course, as well as being patient enough to deal with the unexpected outcomes as a result of what are many times out of the control of the player. Another factor in The Open Championship is the weather, which in many cases can put part of the field at a disadvantage relative to other players, especially since thunderstorms are rare which means that play is rarely suspended except for severe winds that make it difficult for balls to come to rest on the greens.

Because of the often windy conditions, the green speeds at The Open Championship are generally much slower than what Tour players see on a weekly basis, especially in the United States. Instead of speeds of 12 or 13 on the stimpmeter at PGA and European Tour events, the greens on a links course or other rota layouts could be as slow as nine or ten, requiring a big adjustment for many players, especially those with limited experience in The Open Championship.


Futures odds on professional golf events are expressed much like the moneyline in team sports, with the odds indicating what a winning $100 wager would return. For example, several months before the 2022 Open Championship, the world’s top player Jon Rahm was the favorite with odds of +850.

That meant that a winning $100 wager on Rahm would earn the bettor $850 and they would also have the $100 that they bet returned for a total payout of $950. There are 156 players in the Open Championship field, so the fact that Rahm was essentially at odds of 8.5-1 shows just how well respected he was at the time the odds were set.

On futures wagers using Golf Odds, placing a large sum of money on one player can result in a great payout, but because of the nature of the sport where a great season for a player is one where they win once or twice, a good strategy is to pick three or more promising players to win in each event. While Rahm had odds of +850, the winner at St. Andrews in 2010, Louis Oosthuizen was at +1900 after a great 2020-2021 season when he recorded four top three finishes in major tournaments, including the Open Championship.

As the tournament approaches, more wagering options become available, especially with the global reach of The Open Championship, that give bettors more variety in how they want to approach the event. In addition to bets on who will win, there are odds on players finishing in the top five, top ten, top 25 and making the cut.

Depending on the sportsbook, more exotic wagers are also possible, like which American will finish in the best position, the nationality of the winner, over/under for the margin of victory and many others. Another popular group of wagers are individual round, head to head matchups with odds much like those for team sporting events.

These matchups can involve any two players in the field and they don’t have to be competing in the same group during the round. The wager is simply on which player will have the lowest score for the round, usually expressed in moneyline odds without any stroke spread involved.


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Golf Open Championship FAQ's

Futures Golf Odds are expressed in positive numbers, showing the amount a winning $100 wager will net the bettor, for example, odds of +750 will return net winnings of $750. For a $10 wager, the winning amount will be $75.

Wagering on the Open Championship is a breeze with BetUS. Simply click on the “Sportsbook” link at the top of the BetUS website, then scroll down to “Golf.” From there, click on “Open Championship” and you’re good to go!

As of writing, Jon Rahm, the top player in the Official World Golf Rankings (OWGR) and the defending U.S. Open champion is the betting favorite to win the Open Championship at odds of +850.

The next eight contenders in the betting odds have all won major championships and they have combined for 18 major titles between them. Rory McIlroy (+1175), Jordan Spieth (+1275), Brooks Koepka (+1275) and defending Open Championship winner Colln Morikawa (+1275) round out the top five.
Louis Oosthuizen, coming off a great season with eight top ten finishes and prior winner at St. Andrews, will also get a lot of attention at +1900 with controversial and exciting Bryson DeChambeau at +1650.

Players who are the favorites have the lowest Golf Odds, with the positive numbers indicating how much a winning $100 wager will net to a bettor. The higher the odds, the greater the return to the bettor, but also the less chance the player is given to win.
Similar odds can also be found for a player finishing in the top five, top ten or making the cut. For head to head matchup bets, the favorite’s odds are a negative number, requiring that amount to net $100, while the underdog has positive odds, showing what a $100 wager will net.

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