Pay Per Head US Open Golf Futures 2017

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Pay Per Head US Open Golf futures were available and fully customizable at the top sportsbook outsourcing companies the likes of AcePerHead.com. 

The US Open is the annual open national championship of golf in the United States and is scheduled to be played in mid-June, offering up plenty of time for bookies and agents to set up with a Pay Per Head to take care of all their golf betting players needs.

Early odds favored Dustin Johnson at 15/2 but, as mentioned above, these odds can be fully customized and should be based on action coming in.

Below is representative of a sampling posted end of April that can be found across the board.

Odds To Win 2017 U.S. Open (6/18/17)

Golfer         Odds

Dustiin Johnson 15/2

Jordan Spieth     10/1

Rory McIlroy       10/1

Jason Day          14/1

Justin Rose         15/1

Hideki Matsuyama        16/1

Jon Rahm 22/1

Adam Scott          25/1

Henrik Stenson   25/1

Phil Mickelson      25/1

Rickie Fowler       25/1

Sergio Garcia      25/1

Justin Thomas    33/1

Brooks Koepka   40/1

Matt Kuchar         40/1

Thomas Pieters   40/1

Branden Grace    50/1

Louis Oosthuizen         50/1

Patrick Reed        50/1

Paul Casey         50/1

Brandt Snedeker          60/1

Bubba Watson   60/1

Charl Schwartzel          60/1

Daniel Berger      60/1

Martin Kaymer     60/1

Jimmy Walker      80/1

Lee Westwood   80/1

Matthew Fitzpatrick      80/1

Shane Lowry      80/1

Tyrrell Hatton      80/1

Zach Johnson     80/1

Adam Hadwin      100/1

Charley Hoffman          100/1

Gary Woodland 100/1

J B Holmes         100/1

Jason Dufner      100/1

Jim Furyk   100/1

Marc Leishman    100/1

Russell Knox       100/1

Russell Henley   100/1

Ryan Moore        100/1

Tiger Woods       100/1

Wesley Bryan    100/1

Alex Noren          125/1

Bill Haas    125/1

Bryson DeChambeau 125/1

Danny Willett      125/1

Emiliano Grillo      125/1

Kevin Chappell   125/1

Kevin Kisner        125/1

Rafael Cabrera Bello    125/1

Tony Finau          125/1

Billy Horschel      150/1

Brendan Steele   150/1

Byeong Hun An 150/1

Graeme McDowell        150/1

Keegan Bradley 150/1

Pat Perez   150/1

Soren Kjeldsen    150/1

Tommy Fleetwood        150/1

Webb Simpson 150/1

Andy Sullivan     200/1

Bernd Wiesberger        200/1

Charles Howell III         200/1

David Lingmerth 200/1

Francesco Molinari        200/1

Hudson Swafford         200/1

Ian Poulter 200/1

Jamie Lovemark 200/1

Kevin Na    200/1

Lucas Glover      200/1

Luke Donald        200/1

Martin Laird          200/1

Ross Fisher         200/1

Ryan Palmer       200/1

Scott Piercy         200/1

William McGirt      200/1

Andrew Johnston         250/1

Chris Kirk   250/1

Chris Wood         250/1

Daniel Summerhays     250/1

Danny Lee          250/1

Graham DeLaet   250/1

Harris English      250/1

Jhonattan Vegas          250/1

Patrick Rodgers   250/1

Angel Cabrera     300/1

Anirban Lahiri      300/1

Ernie Els     300/1

Hideto Tanihara   300/1

Hunter Mahan     300/1

Jeunghun Wang           300/1

Kiradech Aphibarnrat    300/1

Sean O'Hair        300/1

Si Woo Kim         300/1

Maverick McNealy        500/1

Roberto Castro   500/1

Yuta Ikeda 500/1

Gene Sauers      1000/1

Brad Dalke          2000/1

Scott Gregory     2000/1

- Dan Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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