While the PGA Tour and the world of professional sports as a whole, have been brought to their collective knees, the 2020 U.S. Open has been rescheduled for the weekend of September 17-20 at Winged Fooot Country Club in Mamaroneck, NY. With that thought in mind, here’s a look at the latest odds for the top odds-on-favorites to win this year’s U.S. Open title, followed by some insightful analysis that could help you cash in big, whenever professional sports does resume. Let’s check the updated US Open Odds
Updated 2020 US Open Golf Odds
Rory McIlroy +800
McIlroy’s only win on the 2019-20 schedule was back on November 3, when he took home the hardware at the WGC-HSBC Champions tournament in Shanghai. Still, the sweet-swinging Irishman is third in the FedEx standings and leads the PGA Tour with six top 10 finishes. The four-time major winner and 2011 U.S. Open winner also leads the tour in scoring average (68.437) while ranking second in driving distance (320.2).
Dustin Johnson +1200
The former World No. 1 has played on four events this season with two top 10 finishes and four finishes inside the top 38. Now ranked 111th in the world, Johnson is looking to make his way back to the top of the game following arthroscopic surgery to repair cartilage damage in his left knee in September. While Johnson had just one win in 2018-19, he did finish as the runner-up in two majors.
Brooks Koepka +1400
You probably wouldn’t believe me if I told you that former World No. 1 and two-time reigning U.S. Open champion Brooks Koepka is now ranked 213th in the world, but it’s true. In five events this season Koepka failed to make the cut twice while withdrawing from the CJ Cup and finished T43 and 47t at two other events, including his last tournament at the Arnold Palmer Invitational in March.
Jon Rahm +1400
Currently ranked 21st, Rahm has played in five events this season while recording a pair of second place finishes, one third place finish two other top 10 finishes and a T17. Rahm was pretty much on fire when the PGA Tour was brought to a grinding halt because of the ongoing coronavirus epidemic.
Justin Thomas +1800
Second in the PGA standings, Thomas has played in eight events while winning the CJ Cup and Sentry Tournament of Champions. Thomas also has finishes of T3, T4, T5 and T6 on his resume this season, though he does have a pair of missed cuts as well.
Tiger Woods +2200
Woods kicked off the 2019-20 season in style by going T2 at the MGM Resorts Challenge in October and backing that up with a win at the ZOZO Championships. Woods then finished fourth at the Hero World Challenge to close out his 2019 calendar year. In two events since the start of 2020, Woods has played in just two events with finishes of T9 at the Farmers Insurance Open in January and a 28th place finish at the Genesis Invitational in February. Still, while the ongoing coronavirus pandemic has been awful for the vast majority of sports stars, it’s allowed the 44-year-old superstar ample time to rest and rejuvenate – and that could spell bad news for the rest of the PGA Tour for whatever remains of the current season.
Patrick Cantlay +2500
In six events this season, Cantlay has recorded a second and fourth place finishes while also coming up with a T11, a T17, a 17th place finish and a T40 that has him ranked 29th in the PGA rankings. Cantlay is second in GIR and third in birdie average.
Tommy Fleetwood +2800
Currently ranked 65th in the world, Fleetwood has four top 25 finishes in six events, including a third place finish at the Honda Classic and a missed cut at the Arnold Palmer Invitational. Fleetwood is ranked 23rd in driving distance and 17th in sand save percentage.
Justin Rose +3300
Rose has been pretty awful since the start of the calendar year. In four events, Rose has three missed cuts and a T56. Whenever play does resume, Rose will be looking to rebound from consecutive missed cuts.
Next In Line Odds
- Hideki Matsuyama +3300
- Bryson DeChambeau +3300
- Xander Schauffele +3300
- Jason Day +4000
- Rickie Fowler +4000
- Jordan Spieth +5500