US Open: Eight golfers worth betting on at Winged Foot

This will be your mom and dad Open US at the Winged Foot Golf Club, with tight, sleek, high heels and fast.

World No. 1 and new FedEx Cup champion Dustin Johnson is the 8/1 favorite at BetMGM. Jon Rahm (9/1) is still looking for his first big championship, but he only seems to have a problem with when, not that, for the 25-year-old who has 12 wins in 12 years as a pro. is in the world. Justin Thomas and Xander Schauffele are behind the panel in 14/1, followed by Rory McIlroy and Collin Morikawa in 16/1.

Here are some players worth Winged Foot Wager:

Jon Rahm (9/1)

The closest event we had this year in terms of challenge was at the US Open three weeks ago at the BMW Championship where Rahm fought Johnson and Rahmbo came out on top in the first game hole, 66-foot putt with 10 break legs. Will history shock one of us if history repeats itself here this week with these two battles for the championship?

Rahm statistically controls all boxes. You can not just bomb and gog your success on this gum course this week. Also you can not be almost right and short on the 7,500-yard track. Rahm is a distant and true balance of power.

Jon Rahm
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Xander Schauffele (14/1)

This could be the week that X takes place for Schauffele. He has completed T-5, T-6 and T-3 in his three DYE Open careers. All he has left is to win the darn thing. Of the last 10 winners of the US Open seven were the top winners for the first time.

Daniel Berger (28/1)

Two years ago, Berger found himself in Sunday’s final match at the 2018 US Open. It would have exploded on Saturday 66 at a tough course in Shinnecock Hills. Unfortunately for Berger, he fell prey to being the first-time champion in that case for a major championship and went on to finish the T-6 on Sunday. That moment his demise started from a top-40 player and went up to 150 top.

Beginning with the cessation of the pandemic, Berger captured the first incident in Colonial and almost went RBC legacy with the T-3. Berger is still not in the field of Teachers, which can act as motivation.

Tony Finau (33/1)

The other member was her last marriage to Berger two years ago in Shinnecock Hills Finau, where she completed the T-5. Finau has four top 5 and five top 10 in the last nine general stages.

Adam Scott (40/1)

Scott played a light schedule this summer but it could be a good thing for him that he did not go deep into the FedEx Cup Playoffs. The Aussie have three top-10 awards in their last six US Opens.

Tyrrell Hatton (40/1)

While it does not match the statistical profile as much as some other elections, Hatton has in recent years competed in the Northeast with a T-6 at the 2018 US Open in the Shinnecock Hills and a 2016 T-10. -an well played. PGA in Baltusrol.

Jason Day (40/1)

Day had a DY (five-seven) (10-16) in his first six Openings and has a valuable record on these AW Tillinghast / Gil Hanse designs.

Shane Lowry (80/1)

The former British Open champion was a 54-hole leader before finishing the T-2 at the 2016 US Open in Oakmont, and the T-8 finished at the 2019 PGA at Bethpage Black.

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