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2022 US Open Golf Betting Odds, Preview & Picks (June 16-19, 2022)

2022 US Open Golf Betting Odds, Preview & Picks

Top sports betting sites favor world No. 1 Jon Rahm to repeat at +900. Following on the boards at the best online sportsbooks are Rory McIlroy, Dustin Johnson, and Brooks Koepka at +1,400 apiece. The 2022 United States Open Championship will be the 122nd U.S. Open, the national open golf championship of the United States. It will be a 72-hole stroke play tournament. It will be held June 16–19 at The Country Club in Brookline, Massachusetts.

2022 US Open Odds by MyBookie.ag

Rahm, Jon+900
Scheffler, Scottie+900
Mcilroy, Rory+1000
Johnson, Dustin+1400
Morikawa, Collin+1400
Thomas, Justin+1400
Koepka, Brooks+1600
Smith, Cameron+1600
Schauffele, Xander+2000
Cantlay, Patrick+2000
Hovland, Viktor+2200
Dechambeau, Bryson+2200
Spieth, Jordan+2200
Matsuyama, Hideki+2800
Finau, Tony+3000
Burns, Sam+3500
Oosthuizen, Louis+3600
Reed, Patrick+3700
Zalatoris, Will+3800
Hatton, Tyrrell+3900
Berger, Daniel+4000
Fitzpatrick, Matthew+4000
Casey, Paul+4200
Lowry, Shane+4300
Simpson, Webb+4700
Niemann, Joaquin+5000
Rose, Justin+5000
Fleetwood, Tommy+5400
Ancer, Abraham+5600
Im, Sung-jae+6200
Leishman, Marc+6600
English, Harris+6800
Conners, Corey+6800
Scott, Adam+6800
Wolff, Matthew+7000
Garcia, Sergio+7000
Kokrak, Jason+7500
Woodland, Gary+7500
Day, Jason+7500
Mickelson, Phil+8000
Hoffman, Charley+8500
Harman, Brian+10000
Grace, Branden+10000
Homa, Max+10000
Bezuidenhout, Christiaan+10000
Higgo, Garrick+10000
Westwood, Lee+10000
Watson, Bubba+11000
Molinari, Francesco+11000
Horschel, Billy+12000
Kim, Si-woo+12000
Henley, Russell+12000
Poulter, Ian+13000
Streelman, Kevin+15000
Ortiz, Carlos+1500
Macintyre, Robert+15000
Wallace, Matt+15000
Cink, Stewart+15000
Kuchar, Matt+16000
Palmer, Ryan+16000
Schwartzel, Charl+16000
Kisner, Kevin+17000
Jones, Matthew+19000
Na, Kevin+20000
Wiesberger, Bernd+20000
Stenson, Henrik+20000

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Jon Rahm (+900)

Last year’s U.S. Open winner Jon Rahm returns to the top of the oddsboards for the 2022 edition. He has odds of +900 at the top sports betting sites. Rahm’s U.S. Open victory at Torrey Pines was his first major title. In 2021, he was killing it at major championships, never finishing worse than T8 at the PGA Championship at Kiawah. All eyes will be on Rahm as he attempts to defend his title in this year.

Jon Rahm made a birdie on each of the final two holes last year. He became the first U.S. Open champion from Spain. He won his first major championship. Rahm finished one shot ahead of South African Louis Oosthuizen, with whom he had held a share of the lead heading into the final round.

Two strokes further back was American Harris English in third place. DeChambeau had moved into the lead halfway through the final round, but he fell away with two bogeys, a double-bogey and a quadruple-bogey on the back-nine. He finished outside the top twenty.

Rahm birdied both the 17th and 18th holes in order to win his first U.S. Open title. That was also his first career major championship. Rahm was a shot behind leader Louis Oosthuizen playing the par-4 17th. He hit his approach to 25 feet. He made the putt to tie for the lead at five-under.

On the par-5 18th, Rahm found a greenside bunker with his second shot. He chipped out to 18 feet. He holed the putt to finish at six-under for the tournament. Rahm became the first golfer since Tom Watson in 1982 to win the U.S. Open with birdies on the two final holes.

Rory McIlroy (+1000)

Rory’s first of four major championship wins came at the 2011 U.S. Open at Congressional as a 21-year-old. He golfed circles around the competition, winning by eight shots. McIlroy was also a contender for the 2021 U.S. Open at Torrey Pines. He faded away during the final-round back-nine, though, and finished T7. Is this the year that McIlroy returns to the major championship Winner’s Circle?

Last year, Rory McIlroy made four birdies on the back-nine. That included a chip-in from the rough to the right of the green on the 12th. He tied for the lowest round of the day at 67 (−4). Rory finished at three-under, two shots off the lead.

Dustin Johnson (+1400)

Other than winning in 2016, DJ finished T2 in 2015. More recently he finished T6 in 2020 and T19 in 2021 at Torrey Pines. While he wasn’t at this best for much of last year, he should be returning to form in time for the major championship season. When DJ is at his best, he’s tough to beat.

Brooks Koepka (+1600)

Brooks Koepka has been one of the more consistent major championship players in the last five years. He has won the U.S. Open twice in 2017 and 2018). He was a runner-up in 2019 and finished T4 at Torrey Pines last year, when he got to within one shot of the lead following two birdies in his first four holes. He made five bogeys the rest of the round to fall back to even-par.