Bryson DeChambeau is featured in the U.S. Open Matchup odds

U.S. Open Matchup Odds & Bets: DeChambeau A Strong Bet Over English

The 2022 U.S. Open is set to get underway on Thursday at the Country Club in Brookline, Massachusetts. In what will be one of the most competitive fields of the PGA Tour season, 156 players will attempt to raise the national championship crown.

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The Country Club will play to a par 70 and has the capabilities to measure a shade over 7,200 yards. This will allow strong drivers of the golf ball to thrive as heavy rough and blind shots are extremely prevalent on this small piece of land.

All in all, tee-to-green experts who have the potential to find some form with the putter will be our targets for the 2022 U.S. Open matchups with odds provided by Sportsbook.

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U.S. Open Matchup Odds

Bryson DeChambeau (-120) Over Harris English

U.S. Open Matchups: DeChambeau vs English
Bryson DeChambeau-120
Harris English+100

Odds as of June 14 at Sportsbook

These two golfers are both coming off prolonged injuries and present numerous question marks. DeChambeau underwent wrist surgery and English had to undergo hip surgery and neither have yet been able to rediscover their form in their one tournament back.

DeChambeau missed the cut at the Memorial Tournament but there were a few things to be optimistic about. He gained strokes around the green for the first time all season and gained +0.61 strokes putting per round.

The 2020 U.S. Open champion remains inaccurate off the tee, which is a huge problem at the Country Club, but he has the capability to play conservatively.

If he does, it should allow him to play into the weekend, which may not be the case for English. The former Georgia Bulldog doesn’t have the distance to fall back on like DeChambeau and looked extremely uncomfortable two weeks ago, so I will happily indulge at this price.

Joaquin Niemann (-115) Over Viktor Hovland

U.S. Open Matchups: Niemann vs Hovland
Joaquin Niemann-115
Viktor Hovland-105

Odds as of June 14 at Sportsbook

The young Chilean has been simply incredible in 2022 and all signs point to him making his stamp on this edition of the U.S. Open. He finished in a tie for third at the Memorial Tournament and before that had won at Riviera Country Club.

The 23-year-old has showcased some of his best performances on these difficult classical golf courses and the Country Club should be relatable. He is fantastic off the tee, great on approach and has now become one of the best short-game players in the world.

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Hovland is at the other end of the spectrum as he ranks dead last on the PGA Tour in strokes gained around the green for the entire season. The U.S. Open has a way of exposing weaknesses and Hovland’s is glaring. He is a great talent but the current state of his game is not conducive to a major championship test.

Will Zalatoris (-120) Over Collin Morikawa

U.S. Open Matchups: Zalatoris vs Morikawa
Will Zalatoris-120
Collin Morikawa+100

Odds as of June 14 at Sportsbook

The runner-up at the PGA Championship should once again enjoy a strong showing in a major championship. Zalatoris’ performance at Southern Hills marked his second runner-up in a major championship in only eight appearances. He has become a big-game hunter and his tee-to-green presence is among the best in the world.

He is long and straight off the tee, deadly with his irons and despite his poor putting, he has been able to put together these memorable performances. He finished in a tie for fifth in his last showing at the Memorial Tournament and looked fantastic in every area of the bag.

Morikawa missed the cut at Muirfield Village, which was a surprise given his history at Jack’s Place. The two-time major champion had a win and a runner-up finish in Dublin, Ohio, but his short-game woes reared their ugly head. He implemented a new putter and experienced little success and may disappoint at the Country Club.

Tommy Fleetwood (-127) Over Justin Rose

U.S. Open Matchups: Fleetwood vs Rose
Tommy Fleetwood-127
Justin Rose+106

Odds as of June 14 at Sportsbook

These two Englishmen have been playing some strong golf of late, but Fleetwood has a considerable edge in this matchup. He finished in a tie for fifth at the PGA Championship, was in the top 40 at the Charles Schwab Challenge and added a top-10 finish last week on the DP World Tour.

His putting has improved drastically and with it has come a string of strong performances. Fleetwood also finished inside the top 15 at the Masters and given his history in major championships, he should once again put together a quality result at the Country Club.

Rose’s final-round 60 at the RBC Canadian Open was fantastic, but he is still experiencing some inconsistencies. He has four missed cuts since the beginning of March and if his iron play has a down week, he will be in for a short trip to the Country Club.

Patrick Cantlay (-132) Over Jordan Spieth

U.S. Open Matchups: Cantlay vs Spieth
Patrick Cantlay-132
Jordan Spieth+110

Odds as of June 14 at Sportsbook

Cantlay’s major championship record is quite poor, but he is simply too good a player to not thrive in these difficult conditions. He missed the cut in two of the biggest tournaments of the year, but he has been fantastic in his other 10 starts.

The reigning PGA Tour Player of the Year finished in a tie for third at the Memorial Tournament, won the Zurich Classic and lost in a playoff at the RBC Heritage. The man he lost to was Spieth, whom many will point to as a possible contender for the U.S. Open.

Spieth’s inaccuracy and occasional hiccup on the greens are too troublesome to look past. He lost strokes on approach in his last start at Muirfield Village and despite a fantastic season simply has not been as level as many assume.

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