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2009 US Open Betting Odds (Updated)

Written by:
Dan Shapiro
Published on:
Jun/14/2009
2009 US Open Betting Odds

Gambling911.com has released its 2009 US Open betting odds updated for Monday June 15, 2009 with the best payout odds listed for each of the top golfers.

One thing that really stands out when it comes to golf tournament odds is the vast difference in payout potential per online sportsbook.  Even Tiger Woods pays up to $200 at SBG Global for every $100 bet whereas one might have to bet $200 to win $100 elsewhere. 

The 2009 US Open is expected to attract significant betting action leading up to Thursday's start of the tournament. 

 

Tiger Woods

+200 SBG Global

 

Phil Mickelson

+1000 Sportsbook.com

 

Padraig Harrington

+2500 SBG Global

 

Geoff Ogilvy

+2000 SBG Global

 

Jim Furyk

+2500 SBG Global

 

Retief Goosen

+3000 SBG Global

 

Paul Casey

+3000 SBG Global

 

Sergio Garcia

+3500 SBG Global

 

Anthony Kim

+5000 SBG Global

 

Lee Westwood

+6000 SBG Global

Angel Cabrera

+5000 BetUS.com

 

Rory McIlroy

+4000 SBG Global

 

Ernie Els

+5000 Sportsbook.com

 

Camilo Villegas

+4000 SBG Global

 

Kenny Perry

+4000 BetUS.com

 

Vijay Singh

+4000 BetUS.com

 

Nick Watney

+6000 Sportsbook.com

Dan Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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