2021 US Open Top Golf Betting Picks and Latest Odds
Top offshore sportsbooks favor Jon Rahm to win the 2021 US Golf Open, but he is not the only betting choice at the best online sportsbooks.
Brooks Koepka +1600
Brooks Koepka missed the cut at last week’s Palmetto Championship. But that is just Brooks being Brooks in regular Tour events. When it comes to major tourneys, Koepka has been a beast from a betting perspective.
Since the beginning of 2016, Koepka has played 18 major championships on the PGA Tour. In those 18 major championships, he has an impressive 14 top 13 finishes. Of those top 13 finishes, 11 were top seven finishes. That includes four major championship wins.
Patrick Reed +2800
Reed has proven by his results this year that he can vie for a U.S. Open championship this weekend. Since the beginning of January, Reed has been in 11 tournaments on the PGA Tour. In those 11 events, he has eight top 28 finishes. This includes a win at the Farmers Insurance Open in February. Expect to see Patrick Reed’s name close to the top of the leaderboard this Sunday afternoon.
Webb Simpson +5000
The 2012 U.S. Open champion has played topnotch golf at major championships for many a year now. Since the beginning of 2018, Webb Simpson has appeared in 13 consecutive major championships on the PGA Tour.
In those 13 major championships, he has nine top 20 finishes. Which includes a fifth place result at the 2019 Masters Tournament.
Users of top offshore sportsbooks should also note that of these 13 tournaments, Simpson finished no worse than 30th in any of them. Additionally, Simpson has two top 12 finishes in his past three tournaments played on the PGA Tour. That includes a ninth place result at the RBC Heritage in April.
Jordan Spieth +1600
There doesn’t seem to be any flaw in the 2015 U.S. Open champion’s game. This despite the lack of a strong record at Torrey Pines. He’s gotta like his chances heading into this week. He had a disappointing runner-up finish to Jason Kokrak at the Charles Schwab. As well as a mediocre top-20
at the Memorial Tournament.
The tee-to-green numbers look solid, but it’s the way his putter has rebounded over the last couple of weeks that has customers of top offshore sportsbooks excited. If not for a poor putting showing at Augusta, he would likely be Masters champion.
The sputtering putter followed him to Kiawah Island for the PGA Championship. Don’t hold it against him though as windy conditions and unfamiliar terrains were hard to deal with. He deciphered the Ocean Course greens over the weekend.
He has now gained strokes with the putter in seven of his past 10 rounds.
He played poorly in this year’s Farmers, but Jordan Spieth nonetheless managed to get things going in California with a third-place finish at Pebble Beach and a 15th-place finish at Riviera. Spieth has a great chance to win his second U.S. Open title and fourth major championship.
Patrick Cantlay +2500
The California native has been great of late. He had a real chance to post a number for the leaders to look at a few weeks ago at Kiawah Island. Like Spieth, he doesn’t hold have great history at Torrey Pines South, but had strong performances in California this season.
He and Spieth finished in the same position in consecutive weeks. Cantlay also finished third at Pebble Beach and 15th at Riviera In total. He would fit the recent U.S. Open trend of an American first-time major winner, which combined with his recent tee-to-green numbers are enough to put him over the edge.
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