How to Bet $100 in 2024 U.S. Open Futures and Props

How to Bet $100 in U.S. Open Futures and Props

The world’s best golfers descend upon the legendary Pinehurst No. 2 this week as the 2024 PGA U.S. Open gets underway! Before placing $100, let’s dissect the US Open PGA odds and explore potential value picks.


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2024 United States Open Championship | 124th edition of the U.S. Open, the national open golf championship of the United States
PGA Tour tournament | PGA of America
Thursday, June 13th – Sunday, June 16th, 2024
Pinehurst Resort, Course No. 2 | Pinehurst, North Carolina
Defending Champion: Wyndham Clark 


How to Bet $100 in U.S. Open Futures and Props

Anyone can qualify to play at the U.S. Open, which means the best of the best will tee off on Thursday.

Scottie Scheffler is the huge +320 chalk to win another major title.

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$40 to Win on Scottie Scheffler at +320

Although at the time of this writing PGA golfers were still playing, Scheffler is likely to win the $20 million pursed Memorial because he had a 4-shot lead heading into Sunday.

If not for a strange early morning incident at the PGA Championship, Scottie might have won that major title.

The chalk won the Masters in April.

Sure, we could go against Scheffler but he’s playing at such an elevated level that contributing 40% of our $100 to Scottie to win makes sense.  

US Open $100 Count:

Total: $40


$10 to Win on Bryson DeChambeau at +1600

So far in two major tournaments, the LIV golfer has been outstanding.

DeChambeau finished sixth at the Masters after shooting a 65-73-75-73 and finishing at -2.

At Valhalla Golf Club in the PGA Championship, DeChambeau was even better.

He scored an incredible 68-65-67-64 on his way to a dominant -20.

It wasn’t enough to beat Xander Schauffele, but it was good enough for a second place finish.

Bryson steps it up versus his former Tour buds. This week, DeChambeau is going to step it up again.

So if anybody can take down the chalk, it looks like it’s going to be Bryson DeChambeau.

US Open $100 Count:

Total: $50


$5 to Win on Will Zalatoris at +6500

Zalatoris wasn’t spectacular at the PGA Championship when finishing forty-fourth.

A closer look reveals that he bookended a 68 and 69 second and third round with a 71 and 70 first and fourth round.

The scores tell us that if Zalatoris is consistent on all four days, he’ll have a much better shot of winning the U.S. Open than he did the PGA.

Also, Will finished a tied ninth at Augusta, which means his form isn’t as bad as one might think.

At +6500 odds, Zalatoris is worth a $5 play.

US Open $100 Count:

Total: $55


$45 on Xander Schauffele to Finish in the Top 3 Odds TBD

In the next day or so, oddsmakers are going to release odds for golfers to finish in the top 3.

The best players to back will be the PGA Championship winner, Xander Schauffele.

The odds on Scheffler are going to be too low to place a bet.

Schauffele’s odds are going to be low as well, but they should be high enough for $45 to produce a small profit.

In 13 tournaments played counting the Memorial, Schauffele has finished in the top 10 in 10 of them.

He’s finished fifth or better in 7-of-13 and he’s finished in the top 3 in 4-of-13 including winning the PGA Championship.

US Open $100 Count:

Total: $100
There you have it, a great way to invest $100 in the next PGA US Open.


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2024 U.S. Open Odds to Win

Player Odds
Scheffler, Scottie -549
Mcilroy, Rory -185
Schauffele, Xander -166
Morikawa, Collin -139
Hovland, Viktor -122
DeChambeau, Bryson -116
Aaberg, Ludvig -108
Koepka, Brooks -103
Rahm, Jon +112
Fleetwood, Tommy +130
Smith, Cameron +150
Thomas, Justin +155
Cantlay, Patrick +161
Fitzpatrick, Matthew +171
Matsuyama, Hideki +180
Hatton, Tyrrell +180
Lowry, Shane +189
Spieth, Jordan +194
Theegala, Sahith +194
Kim, Joo-Hyung +194
Finau, Tony +199
Clark, Wyndham +204

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Will Scheffler reign supreme, or will a dark horse emerge from the pack to claim the coveted U.S. Open title?


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Betting Picks To Win The 2016 US Open Golf Tournament

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Do you like those golf tournaments where guys are shooting in the 60s every round and the winner is double-digits under par? If so, the 2016 U.S. Open isn’t for you as it will be staged at perhaps the toughest course in America, at least how it’s set up this week: Oakmont Country Club outside Pittsburgh. The last time the tournament was held here was 2007 and there were only eight rounds in the 60s. The winner was Argentina’s Angel Cabrera at 5 over. If you can find a online sports betting line prop on whether the winner this week finishes under par, bet no.

Taking a Closer Look at the Betting Picks To Win The 2016 US Open Golf Tournament

American Phil Mickelson, who is looking to complete the career grand slam by winning his first U.S. Open title after a record six runner-up finishes, said that Oakmont might be the toughest course he has ever played. Mickelson missed the cut at Oakmont in 2007. Jordan Spieth, the reigning U.S. Open champion, said this week that: “I don’t see anyone finishing in red numbers.”

It’s the ninth time Oakmont has hosted the U.S. Open, more than any other course. There have only been 23 players who finished under par at this course in U.S. Open history (eight of those were in 1994). Its winner’s scoring average of 9 over is almost 11 shots higher than the overall U.S. Open average.

Rory McIlroy set a U.S. Open scoring record of 16 under at Congressional in 2011 in winning his first and only U.S. Open title. McIlroy won’t even approach 16 birdies this week. He said that there is always excitement going into the Masters. But at the U.S. Open this year at Oakmont? “It’s not excitement. It’s definitely not that. Trepidation. You know you’re going to be put under a lot of pressure on basically every single golf shot you hit out there. So you have to be prepared for that. You have to be prepared for how mentally demanding it’s going to be, how much concentration you’re going to need out there.

So who might win this week? No golfer has won the U.S. Open in his first start in the event since amateur Francis Ouimet in 1913. There are 51 players making their first start this year at Oakmont, so rule them out. Each of the past 14 major champions, not just the U.S. Open, came into the event ranked 28th or better in the Official World Golf Rankings. Each of the past six U.S. Open champions had a previous finish in the top 18 at the U.S. Open.

I believe it’s one of these five guys and their golf odds — I don’t think Spieth is one of them since no one has repeated in this tournament in nearly 30 years:

Jason Day (+650): The world No. 1 has won seven times since late July and the Aussie has finished T9 or better in four of his last five U.S. Open starts. He also has the best cumulative score to par over the last five U.S. Opens and is one of only five players to make the cut at all five.

McIlroy (+750): He appears poised for another major title. A win in Ireland was followed by a T4 finish at the Memorial a few weeks ago, and McIlroy hasn’t finished worse than T12 in more than three months.

Dustin Johnson (+1200): He’s the only player to finish in the Top 5 of the past two U.S. Opens and should have won last year at Chambers Bay. This is my pick.

Justin Rose (+2500): Rose has been out for a few weeks with a back injury but is good enough to give it a go. Rose won this event the last time it was played in Pennsylvania, and his game fits virtually any U.S. Open venue. He also finished T10 at Oakmont in 2007.

Adam Scott (+2800): The Aussie has finished T9 or better at the U.S. Open each of the last two years. Scott leads the Tour in both strokes gained tee-to-green and strokes gained approach.



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