PGA Odds – U.S. Open Lines Shifting For Spieth, Mickelson

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BetMGM Jun 16, 2021, 1.13 AM
DUBLIN, OHIO - JULY 19: Jon Rahm of Spain celebrates on the 18th green after winning during the final round of The Memorial Tournament on July 19, 2020 at Muirfield Village Golf Club in Dublin, Ohio. (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images)
(Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images)

The U.S. Open is here this week, and several golfers are attracting the attention of bettors. Jordan Spieth, who is currently third place in the FedExCup official standings, has seen his U.S. Open betting odds go from +6600 when they were first released in Nov. 2020, to +2000 this week. 

Spieth has played in 19 events this season and has a PGA-high eight top-10 finishes, along with winning at the Valero Texas Open in April. He also took third at the Masters one week after his win in Texas, and had a second-place finish at the Charles Schwab Challenge in late May. 

Phil Mickelson has also proven popular, but what’s new? The veteran golfer, who turns 51 this week, became the oldest winner in PGA Championship history back in May. Though he has missed several cuts this year, bettors have seen his U.S. Open golf odds go from +15000 to +5000 since they opened.

“The US Open will be played on the south course at Torrey Pines this week. In 2008, Tiger Woods won at Torrey Pines with a score of 1 under par,” said Jason Scott, Vice President of Trading at BetMGM. “If the course plays as difficult this week, both players and bettors are in for a thrilling tournament. 

“Justin Thomas and Jordan Spieth have received plenty of support from bettors early in the week and are expected to be the sportsbook’s big liabilities when it tees off."

While Spieth and Mickelson’s odds have seen a spike, Jon Rahm is dominating the betting handle (10.5%). He has unfinished business from the Memorial Tournament two weekends ago, opening up the first three days 69, 65, and 64 respectively before having to withdraw due to COVID-19. He has had good showings at the last two major tournaments (tied for eighth at the PGA Championship, tied for fifth at the Masters).

Lion's Boost

There are several ways to bet on the U.S. Open, including two first-round odds boosts with the BetMGM Lion's Boost:

  • +135: Bryson DeChambeau records at least five birdies and/or eagles in the first round
  • -105: Jon Rahm shoots 70 or under in the first round
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U.S. Open Odds

GOLFERODDS (June 15)BET. HANDLEFEDEXCUP RK
Jon Rahm+90010.5%19th
Dustin Johnson+16004.0%13th
Bryson DeChambeau+18004.4%2nd
Brooks Koepka+18006.4%18th
Xander Schauffele+18006.5%7th
Jordan Spieth+20004.8%3rd
Rory McIlroy+20002.5%26th
Collin Morikawa+22003.9%8th
Justin Thomas+22003.1%4th
OTHER NOTABLESODDS (June 15)BET. HANDLEFEDEXCUP RK
Patrick Cantlay+25002.6%1st
Sergio Garcia+8000>0.5%36th
Phil Mickelson+50009.9%46th
Bubba Watson+12500>0.5%74th
Justin Rose+40001.5%117th
Adam Scott+66000.7%120th

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Brian McLaughlin is a writer for BetMGM and co-host of BMac and Herd’s FCS Podcast. He has written for The Sporting News, headed up the PARADE Magazine High School All America teams, covered FCS college football for HERO Sports … and covered current PGA golfer Hudson Swafford when he was a teenager at Maclay School in Florida. Follow BMac on Twitter @BrianMacWriter.

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