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Bet Rory McIlroy Wins the 2011 US Open Championship

Written by:
Don Shapiro
Published on:
Jun/18/2011
Rory McIlroy Wins the 2011 US Open Championship

Who wants to bet on Rory McIlroy winning the 2011 US Open Championship?

You can do so at Bmaker.ag, but it’s gonna cost you a pretty penny.

McIlroy’s price coming into Sunday was set at -2500.

But because the Ireland native has a tendency to self-destruct after carrying a big lead, Gambling911.com might suggest looking at a few of the other golfers within striking distance of McIlroy.

Y.E. Yang would pay $2500 on a $100 bet.

Lee Westwood would pay $1600 on a $100 bet.

Jason Day would pay out $3300.

The field, meaning any other contender besides the four we just named above, would pay out $2000 on a $100 bet.

History says McIlroy wins the US Open Championship.

With an eight-shot lead going into the final round, no one has ever blown more than a five-shot lead in the US Open.

"You run out of superlatives to describe what he's doing this week," defending champion Graeme McDowell said.

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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