Odds to Win the 2016 US Open: Jason Day, Jordan Spieth Favorites

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Gambling911.com has your odds to win the 2016 US Open, keeping in mind that these odds will change following each day’s play.  Future betting will be available when event is not in play with LIVE IN-PLAY wagering available during the tournament at sites like BetDSI.com.

Jason Day and Jordan Spieth are favorites to win the 2016 US Open at 7-1 and 8-1 odds, respectively.

Day, the current world number one, says he is recovering from a cold but that shouldn’t affect his performance these next four days.

“I'm at the back end of a cold. You can probably hear it in my voice, but I'm fine. I'm going to do fine. It's not an excuse. I'm going to be ready for the start Thursday,” Day said. “It's just that things happen. I was just going to say that I've never been more stressed in my life than right now. It's just because being No. 1 in the world, having a lot of expectations on you, having to practice so hard to keep that No. 1 spot, trying to win as many tournaments as I can puts a lot of stress and pressure on your shoulders.

“Sometimes your immune system gets a little heated, and you're more susceptible to getting some illnesses that way. … So it is what it is.”

The U.S. Open stands apart because of its unpredictability, Spieth noted.

“Winning a U.S. Open is a different experience than winning at any other venue,” Spieth added. “You learn that literally anything can happen, especially out here where the way the course is set up right now, the way the rough and the bunkers, with the amount of sand that’s in the bunkers, the fact that it’s very rare to be able to hit a green in regulation from a fairway bunker.

“If you don’t hit fairways on the last five holes, you could lose a 4- or 5-shot lead like that. Just not even doing anything wrong. You can hit decent shots that just barely miss the fairway. And all of a sudden, you have to do well to have 10 feet for par. ...

“So as much as I speak to major championships being like two events in one, you have to have the patience for two rounds each round.”

Betting on golf tournaments offers the promise of substantial payouts with even the favorites offering the potential for a $700 starting pay day.

Odds To Win 2016 U.S. Open (6/19/16)

Golfer

Odds

Jason Day

7/1

Jordan Spieth

8/1

Rory McIlroy

17/2

Dustin Johnson

16/1

Adam Scott

24/1

Rickie Fowler

24/1

Justin Rose

25/1

Bubba Watson

30/1

Danny Willett

35/1

Henrik Stenson

35/1

Hideki Matsuyama

35/1

Phil Mickelson

35/1

Branden Grace

40/1

Patrick Reed

40/1

Brandt Snedeker

50/1

Brooks Koepka

50/1

Louis Oosthuizen

50/1

Matt Kuchar

50/1

Paul Casey

50/1

Sergio Garcia

50/1

Martin Kaymer

65/1

Charl Schwartzel

70/1

J.B. Holmes

70/1

Matthew Fitzpatrick

70/1

Zach Johnson

70/1

Kevin Kisner

75/1

Billy Horschel

80/1

Jim Furyk

80/1

Justin Thomas

80/1

Kevin Chappell

80/1

Lee Westwood

80/1

Marc Leishman

80/1

Russell Knox

80/1

Bryson DeChambeau

100/1

Byeong Hun An

100/1

Daniel Berger

100/1

Graeme McDowell

100/1

Jason Dufner

100/1

Jimmy Walker

100/1

Shane Lowry

100/1

Webb Simpson

100/1

Bill Haas

125/1

Chris Kirk

125/1

Danny Lee

125/1

Kevin Na

125/1

Luke Donald

125/1

Rafael Cabrera Bello

125/1

Charley Hoffman

140/1

Brendan Steele

150/1

Chris Wood

150/1

David Lingmerth

150/1

Emiliano Grillo

150/1

Harris English

150/1

Jamie Donaldson

150/1

Keegan Bradley

150/1

Ryan Moore

150/1

Smylie Kaufman

150/1

Alex Noren

200/1

Andy Sullivan

200/1

Anirban Lahiri

200/1

Bernd Wiesberger

200/1

Geoff Ogilvy

200/1

James Hahn

200/1

Patrick Rodgers

200/1

Patton Kizzire

200/1

Retief Goosen

200/1

Robert Streb

200/1

Soren Kjeldsen

200/1

Angel Cabrera

250/1

Ernie Els

250/1

Kevin Streelman

250/1

Kiradech Aphibarnrat

250/1

Kyung-Tae Kim

250/1

Lucas Glover

250/1

Scott Piercy

250/1

William McGirt

250/1

Andrew Johnston

275/1

Cameron Smith

300/1

David Toms

300/1

Jason Kokrak

300/1

Peter Hanson

300/1

Romain Wattel

300/1

Gregory Bourdy

400/1

Hideto Tanihara

400/1

Jaco Van Zyl

400/1

Steven Bowditch

400/1

Tom Hoge

400/1

Yuta Ikeda

400/1

Aaron Wise

500/1

Aron Price

500/1

Carlos Ortiz

500/1

Charlie Danielson

500/1

Derek Fathauer

500/1

Gary Stal

500/1

J.J. Henry

500/1

Jason Allred

500/1

Jim Herman

500/1

Jon Rahm

500/1

Justin Hicks

500/1

Lee Slattery

500/1

Matteo Manassero

500/1

Maximilian Kieffer

500/1

Miguel Tabuena

500/1

Scottie Scheffler

500/1

Spencer Levin

500/1

Sunghoon Kang

500/1

Tim Wilkinson

500/1

Toru Taniguchi

500/1

Yusaku Miyazato

500/1

Andres Gonzales

750/1

Billy Hurley III

750/1

D.J. Trahan

750/1

Frank Adams III

750/1

Jeff Maggert

750/1

Sam Horsfield

750/1

Andrew Landry

1000/1

Andrew Pope

1000/1

Austin Jordan

1000/1

Brandon Harkins

1000/1

Chase Parker

1000/1

Christopher Crawford

1000/1

Denny McCarthy

1000/1

Derek Bard

1000/1

Derek Chang

1000/1

Dicky Pride

1000/1

Ethan Tracy

1000/1

Gregor Main

1000/1

Justin Suh

1000/1

Kent Bulle

1000/1

Kevin Tway

1000/1

Kyle Mueller 1

000/1

Mark Anguiano

1000/1

Matt Marshall

1000/1

Matthew Baldwin

1000/1

Matthew Borchert

1000/1

Michael Miller

1000/1

Mikael Lundberg

1000/1

Nick Hardy

1000/1

Patrick Wilkes-Krier

1000/1

Richard Schembechler II

1000/1

Rob Oppenheim

1000/1

Ryan Stachler

1000/1

Sam Burns

1000/1

Sebastian Soderberg

1000/1

Soren Hansen

1000/1

Travis Howe

1000/1

Tyler Raber

1000/1

Wes Short Jr

1000/1

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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