Odds to Win the 2009 US Open (Golf)

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C Costigan
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Odds to Win The 2009 US Open

Odds to win the 2009 US Open Golf Tournament have been posted and, to nobody's surprise, Tiger Woods has been made the favorite.  He would pay even odds early.  These odds were courtesy of Super Book, part of the powerful Sportsbook.com family of fine online getting sites. 

"The US Open is a heavily bet on event and one that provides the chance for a huge payout with a nominal risk," said Payton O'Brien, Senior Editor of the Gambling911.com website.  "Trevor Immelman would pay a whopping $10,000 for every $100 bet as an example."

Still, Tiger Woods will probably get about half the betting action and his odds will likely shorten further as we get closer to June 18, the start of the 2009 US Open.

Below you will find all the early odds to win the 2009 US Open.   You can place your bets here


Aaron Baddeley +10000

Adam Scott +8000

Andres Romero +10000

Angel Cabrera +5000

Anthony Kim +4000

Ben Curtis +10000

Boo Weekley +10000

Camilo Villegas +4000

Chad Campbell +10000

David Toms +8000

Davis Love III +10000

Ernie Els +5000

Geoff Ogilvy +2000

Henrik Stenson +3000

Hunter Mahan +6000

Ian Poulter +5000

Jeev Milkha Singh +10000

Jim Furyk +2000

Justin Leonard +8000

Justin Rose +8000

KJ Choi +6000

Kenny Perry +4000

Lee Westwood +6000

Luke Donald +5000

Martin Kaymer +10000

Miguel Angel Jimenez +10000

Mike Weir +6000

Nick Watney +6000

Padraig Harrington +2500

Paul Casey +2500

Phil Mickelson +1000

Retief Goosen +3000

Robert Allenby +10000

Robert Karlsson +6000

Rocco Mediate +10000

Rory McIlroy +4000

Rory Sabbatini +4000

Ryuji Imada +10000

Sean OHair +4000

Sergio Garcia +3000

Stephen Ames +10000

Steve Stricker +3000

Stewart Cink +6000

Stuart Appleby +10000

Tiger Woods even

Tim Clark +6000

Trevor Immelman +10000

Vijay Singh +4000

Zach Johnson +5000

Field (Any Other Golfers) +500

Christopher Costigan, Gambling911.com Publisher 

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