Betting on the 2009 US Open: Plenty of Options

Written by:
Dan Shapiro
Published on:
Jun/17/2009
Betting on the US Open

While most people will be betting on who wins the 2009 US Open, there are plenty of other wagering opportunities in which to choose from.

Gambling911.com has compiled a list of US Open betting available below from BetUS.com.  It's one of the most comprehensive listings out there.  Some of these bets will pay out a fortune should they win.

Among the most popular are bets on top player from each continent. 

A lot of gamblers like the bets offered that do not include Tiger Woods.   We don't!  Then again, Phil Mickelson still pays out pretty well at +900 odds

 

Betting Without Tiger Woods

First Round Leader

Leader After 36 Holes

Leader After 54 Holes

Mini World Cup

To Make The Cut

To Miss Cut

To Win US Open 2009

Top 10

Top 4

Top American Without Woods

Top Australasian

Top Continental European

Top Debutant - Rory McIlroy is the favorite here.  This includes those making a first appearance.

Top Englishman

Top European

Top Former Winner

Top French

Top GB and Ireland

Top Irish

Top Non Major Winner

Top Rest Of World

Top Scandinavian

Top South African

Top Spanish

3 Balls

72 Hole Group Betting

First Round Score

Sixshooters

Specials

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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