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2009 US Open Odds (Updated for Sunday)

Written by:
C Costigan
Published on:
Jun/20/2009
2009 US Open Odds

With Ricky Barnes leading the way at the 2009 US Open heading into what would normally by the final round, 2009 US Open odds have been updated at Sportsinteraction.com.

Interestingly enough it is not Ricky Barnes who was listed as the favorite heading into Sunday but rather Mike Weir, who was three down, but also the most prominent of the top three.  Weir would pay out $325 for every $100 bet with a win.

Ricky Barnes, meanwhile, would pay out the same amount as Tiger Woods - $1000 for every $100 bet

"That's a steal considering what Barnes had accomplished on Saturday," states Don Shapiro of Gambling911.com.  Barnes set an all time record by ending the second round with a 36-hole total of 8-under-par 132. 

Barnes took over the lead from Lucas Glover, who was now in 2nd place and promised a payout of $400 for every $100 bet.

But one of the two highly touted favorites to win the 2009 US Open heading into the tournament is still in the thick of things:  That being Phil Mickelson.   He's only down tied in 12th position compared to Tiger Woods in 34thMickelson would pay out $900 for every $100 bet.

2009 US Open odds, updated for Sunday, appear below and are courtesy of Sportsinteraction.com.

Mike Weir +325

Lucas Glover +400

Phil Mickelson +900

Tiger Woods +1000

Ricky Barnes +1000

Sean OHair +1100

Lee Westwood +1200

Steve Stricker +1800

Sergio Garcia +1800

Ross Fisher +2500

Hunter Mahan +2700

David Duval +3500

Todd Hamilton +3500

Peter Hanson +3600

Geoff Ogilvy +4000

Jim Furyk +4000

Retief Goosen +4000

Graeme McDowell +4500

Soren Hansen +6600

Azuma Yano +8000

Stephen Ames +8000

Christopher Costigan, Gambling911.com Publisher

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