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U.S. Open: Sleeper Picks

Justin Thomas PGA

Betting on golf can be an exhilarating endeavor, but it can also be an extremely frustrating one. Don’t believe me? Go ahead and ask anyone who backed Dustin Johnson in the 2015 U.S. Open how they felt after he imploded on the 18th green.

That’s why it’s important to pick your spots when it comes to betting long shot value. With this year’s edition of the U.S. Open rapidly coming up, I’ve set my sights on three specific golfers who could create big payouts if they can take home the hardware.

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Thunderstorms Could Impact U.S. Open

Rory McIlroy PGA

Players at the U.S. Open will be forced to contend with the frightening Oakmont Country Club, but it looks like Mother Nature is going to play a hand in the tournament as well.

According to AccuWeather, the worst conditions of the event will unfold on Thursday. The forecast is calling for a line of severe thunderstorms to roll through during the afternoon hours of the first round. The opening group tees off at 6:45 a.m. ET.

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U.S. Open: Best Props to Wager On

Jordan Spieth PGA

If you’re a golf fan like I am, chances are you’re beyond excited for the 116th U.S. Open. Wagering on props in major tournaments is a lot of fun, but it can be overwhelming with so many selections to choose from. All sharp sports bettors know you can find some incredible value in props betting if you choose correctly.

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U.S. Open: Tournament Matchup Odds

Look, correctly predicting an outright winner in golf is tough. When you factor in the fact that the 2016 U.S. Open is being played on what’s been deemed the hardest golf course in the world, it certainly doesn’t get any easier.

That’s why it may be a wiser route to put your money down on tournament matchup props at Bovada. Tournament matchup odds give you an option of two players, and all you have to do is simply pick who you think is going to have the better score at the end of the event. It’s easy!

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U.S. Open: Ultimate Betting Props Page

Looking for alternative betting options for the 2016 U.S. Open? No sweat. One online sportsbook has everything you'll need.

Bovada is offering a wide selection of props for the occasion. Happy wagering!

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U.S. Open: Oakmont Facts & Trends

Oakmont U.S. Open

The U.S. Open is always the toughest of the four major golf tournaments, and the 2016 edition will be no different. To get you ready for the big tournament, we at OddsShark have provided a list of facts and trends about Oakmont Country Club and the event itself. Happy wagering!

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Can Mickelson Finally Win the U.S. Open?

Phil Mickelson PGA

Phil Mickelson is inarguably one of the most decorated players on the PGA Tour, but the man they call Lefty has yet to accomplish one specific feat: win the U.S. Open. He’ll have an opportunity to finally hoist the championship trophy when the 2016 U.S. Open kicks off at Oakmont Country Club on Thursday.

Mickelson has come excruciatingly close to winning the tournament, finishing as a runner-up on six occasions (1999, 2002, 2004, 2006, 2009 and 2013). The 45-year-old has won five other major tournaments, including the Masters three times.

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PGA: Major Odds for Spieth & Day

Jason Day Jordan Spieth PGA

Anyone who hasn’t been living under a rock for the last few years could tell you the days of dominance by one man on the PGA Tour are long gone. Tiger Woods will forever be remembered as one of the best golfers to ever swing a club, but it’s quite clear his time of being a perennial contender is well in the rear-view mirror.

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PGA European Tour: Race to Dubai Odds

Danny Willett PGA

While the majority of professional golf events take place in North America, the sport truly is a global game. The European Tour doesn’t get much attention on this side of the world, but sports bettors should not overlook its exciting conclusion: the Race to Dubai.

The Race to Dubai begins in South Africa in November and stretches across four continents to the season-ending DP World Tour Championship in the United Arab Emirates. The spectacle provides 12 months of entertainment, featuring 45 tournaments in 26 countries along the way.

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