- Dustin Johnson has the shortest odds to win the US Open Championship at +800.
- Tiger Woods will be in a group with Collin Morikawa and Justin Thomas with an 8:07 a.m. EST tee time on Thursday.
- Gary Woodland is the defending US Open Champion and has +8000 odds to win the event in back-to-back years.
NEW YORK – The PGA Tour’s new season has arrived after Dustin Johnson captured the 2019-2020 FedEx Cup at the beginning of this month.
Johnson will be tasked with defending his FedEx Cup championship in what should be an exciting Tour season.
The first event on the PGA Tour schedule is the 120th edition of the US Open at Winged Foot Golf Club and will be from Thursday-Sunday. This first tournament will give some golfers a chance to earn early points in the FedEx Cup Standings.
Below are 10 golfers with the shortest odds to win the US Open but legal sportsbooks have the entire list of US Open betting odds.
Odds To Win The US Open
- Dustin Johnson +800
- Jon Rahm +950
- Justin Thomas +1200
- Xander Schauffele +1400
- Collin Morikawa +1600
- Rory McIlroy +1600
- Bryson DeChambeau +2500
- Webb Simpson +2500
- Daniel Berger +2800
- Patrick Cantlay +2800
The golfers with the shortest odds to win the US Open will see a lot of each other and it’s not just on the leaderboard as they’re paired together in some instances.
US Open Favorites Groups And Tee Times
Collin Morikawa, Tiger Woods, and Justin Thomas @ 8:07 a.m. EST
Tiger Woods (+4000) will make his PGA Tour debut this year as he looks to break his tie with Sam Snead for the most wins in PGA Tour history.
Woods will be in a group with players ahead of him on the oddsboard as Collin Morikawa and Justin Thomas will tee off alongside the golfing legend.
The early morning tee time for this group should see them get off to a fast start as anyone in this trio of golfers could leave this tournament as a winner.
Dustin Johnson, Bryson DeChambeau, & Tony Finau @ 1:16 p.m. EST
Dustin Johnson’s journey to winning consecutive FedEx Cup titles starts with him fighting off Bryson DeChambeau and Tony Finau (+3300).
Johnson is the clear leader of this group and is the hottest golfer on the PGA Tour. Johnson will look to carry the momentum from the previous season and a late tee time will likely give him a slight advantage over the field.
DeChambeau and Finau also recorded wins in PGA tournaments a season ago and this will be one of the most competitive groups of the entire US Open.
Jon Rahm, Paul Casey, and Phil Mickelson @ 1:27 p.m. EST
Rahm is the obvious alpha dog in this grouping as Paul Casey (+6600) and Phil Mickelson (+8000) just haven’t been able to put together consistent performances over the past year.
Expect Rahm to outplay the two other golfers in this group as he likely cruises to making the cut and eyes a top ten finish on the leaderboard.
Lefty and Paul Casey are no more than just long shot dart throws.
Xander Schauffele, Billy Horschel, Brandt Snedeker @ 1:38 p.m. EST
Xander Shauffele finished in second place at the Tour Championship and he should be in the mix at the US Open.
He’ll be in a group with Billy Horschel (+15000) and Brandt Snedeker (+25000) in what will be one of the more underrated groups to watch on Thursday with two longshot golfers looking to keep up the pace with Schauffele.
The US Open will be held from Thursday to Sunday and will be broadcasted by CBS and the Golf Channel with the earliest tee time starting at 6:50 a.m. on Thursday.
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