US Open 2012 Odds to Win

Written by:
Dan Shapiro
Published on:
Jun/10/2012
US Open 2012 Odds to Win

Bookmaker.eu has released US Open 2012 odds to win with Tiger Woods potentially paying near $600 for every $100 bet

Tiger Woods is back, at least for now.  That is what the headlines read this weekend following Woods having just won the Memorial.

"I'm sure by Tuesday I'll be retired and done," Woods said Sunday. "And then by the time I tee it up at the U.S. Open, it might be something different."

Here’s how that one went down, a la the Associated Press:

Not only did Woods overcome a four-shot deficit going into the final round, he was two shots behind with four holes to play as he posed in the fairway urging — begging — his 3-iron into the par-5 15th hole to carry beyond the false front of the green. It did, and he two-putted for birdie.

Woods figured if he could make one more birdie over the closing stretch, it might be enough for him to get into a playoff. Minutes later, he was praying for par when his 8-iron bounced over the green at the par-3 16th into a horrible spot. The ball was nestled in the rough, and the path 50 feet to the hole looked impossible. Too short, and it would turn down a slope and leave a difficult two-putt bogey. Too strong, and it would race past the cup and into the water.

With a full swing and a flop shot, the ball rode the crown of a ridge with just the right speed and dropped in for birdie not even he saw coming.

"It was one of the hardest ones I've pulled off," Woods said when asked to rank it among his best shots, which is a long list. "That was a pretty sweet shot."

The US Open 2012 promises to bring in plenty of betting action, especially now that Tiger Woods is coming off such an impressive win. 

There was a time when nearly 50 percent of the wagering action was going towards Woods and you would never find him longer than 3/1 at the onset.

 

WIN US OPEN 2012

 

TIGER WOODS

+550

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-

 

RORY MCILROY

+1000

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-

 

LEE WESTWOOD

+1200

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-

 

LUKE DONALD

+1200

-

-

 

PHIL MICKELSON

+1600

-

-

 

JASON DUFNER

+2800

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-

 

JUSTIN ROSE

+3000

-

-

 

DUSTIN JOHNSON

+3000

-

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MATT KUCHAR

+3000

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-

 

RICKIE FOWLER

+2800

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ADAM SCOTT

+4000

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STEVE STRICKER

+3000

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HUNTER MAHAN

+3300

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SERGIO GARCIA

+3500

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BUBBA WATSON

+4000

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JIM FURYK

+3300

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WEBB SIMPSON

+5000

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LOUIS OOSTHUIZEN

+5000

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-

 

JASON DAY

+5000

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-

 

ZACH JOHNSON

+4000

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MARTIN KAYMER

+5000

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CHARL SCHWARTZEL

+4500

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KEEGAN BRADLEY

+4000

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ERNIE ELS

+5000

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PADRAIG HARRINGTON

+6000

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NICK WATNEY

+5000

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GRAEME MCDOWELL

+5000

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PETER HANSON

+6600

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BO VAN PELT

+6000

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IAN POULTER

+5000

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GEOFF OGILVY

+6600

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BILL HAAS

+7000

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THE FIELD (ANY OTHER PLAYER)

+150

- Dan Shapiro, Gambling911.com

 

 

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