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Odds to Win the 2020 U.S. Open

2020 U.S. Open Odds

Like other sports across the globe, the golfing world has been hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic. While the Open Championship has been officially cancelled, the 2020 U.S. Open is still on track to happen – just at a later date.

When and Where is the 2020 U.S. Open?

  • New Dates: September 17-20
  • Course: Winged Foot Golf Club
  • Location: Mamaroneck, New York
  • Field: 156 players
  • Prize fund: $12,500,000

2020 U.S. Open Odds

  • Brooks Koepka +800
  • Dustin Johnson +1000
  • Rory McIlroy +1000
  • Tiger Woods +1400
  • Jon Rahm +2000
  • Justin Thomas +2000
  • Jordan Spieth +2200
  • Justin Rose +2500
  • Patrick Cantlay +2500
  • Rickie Fowler +2500
  • Xander Schauffele +2500
  • Adam Scott +3300
  • Bryson DeChambeau +3300
  • Francesco Molinari +3300
  • Hideki Matsuyama +3300
  • Jason Day +3300
  • Tommy Fleetwood +3300
  • Patrick Reed +4000
Odds as of April 28 at Bovada

Who Won the 2019 U.S. Open?

Gary Woodland shocked the world by winning the U.S. Open a year ago, completing two clutch shots – including a birdie putt on the final hole at Pebble Beach Golf Links – to claim his first major victory.

Woodland held off Brooks Koepka, who was trying to match a 114-year-old record by winning his third straight U.S. Open. Woodland was unflappable all tournament long and got better with each big moment he faced throughout the weekend. He finished with the lowest 72-hole score (-13) in six U.S. Opens at Pebble Beach.

Prior to the tournament, Woodland was +4000 to go all the way in California. The American’s odds sit at +5000 at Bovada as he attempts to go back to back at the 2020 U.S. Open.

For more information on how to get some money down on the links, head over to our How to Bet on Golf page.

Winged Foot Hasn’t Hosted Since 2006

The last time the U.S. Open was not played was in 1945 due to the Second World War, but the PGA Tour is intent on having the tournament at its new fall date.

The U.S. Open was initially supposed to be played at Winged Foot Golf Club on June 18-21 but has since been pushed back due to health and safety concerns around COVID-19. Along with the U.S. Open, the PGA Championship and the Masters have also been postponed to later dates.

The PGA Championship is slated to go from August 3-9, while the Masters will have an incredibly unique look thanks to its new time on November 9-15.

Winged Foot last hosted the major in 2006, when Geoff Ogilvy emerged triumphant at the track. The USGA’s decision to keep the U.S. Open at Winged Foot is significant considering the course hasn’t hosted a major PGA Tour event since the 2006 edition of the tournament.

When examining pre-tournament golf odds, you’ll consistently notice one thing: there are a significant number of options. That’s because golf events feature a large field week in and week out, so picking a winner before the first round is tough, yet extremely profitable.

Our golf content provides weekly tournament previews as well as expert picks to help put some cash in your pocket. Below, we are going to explain some different betting options for the PGA Tour to help you decide which wager(s) would be best for you.


Golf is unique for many reasons, but one of them is the significant number of betting props available.

Sportsbooks go all out for major tournaments, offering odds on things like whether there will be a hole-in-one, OVER/UNDERs on the winning score for the eventual champion and odds on golfers to make or miss the cut, to name a few. Similar to other sports, props are a fun way to enhance your betting experience.


As they do in other sports, futures bets typically offer bigger payouts. For example, if a player is +4000 to win a given tournament but the event is not for another few months, placing a bet on him in advance gives you the advantage of getting early odds, especially if they lower as the tournament approaches.

Live Betting

Live betting is an exhilarating way to watch golf. If the player you placed a pre-tournament bet on is out of the running at any point during the event, you can easily get back in the game by wagering on another golfer as the days go by.

If there are only a few men in the hunt on the final day, the odds likely won’t be significantly high, but your chances of winning are.

Depending on your sportsbook, you should be able to access live betting options during most PGA Tour tournaments.