One hundred fifty-six of the world’s best golfers will be playing one of the world’s most prestigious courses, as the golf world will be descending on Torrey Pines in San Diego, California, for the 2021 US Open. Bryson DeChambeau will be looking to defend his US Open Championship, as the bomber solved Winged Foot last year to win the crown.
The betting public always goes strong when it comes to the golf majors. Las Vegas always sees a lot of action in these tournaments. Let’s take a look at the 2021 US Open odds, and see who some of the favorites are to win this huge tournament.
Updated Odds to Win The 2021 US Open – PGA Tour Betting
Jon Rahm – 10/1
Rahm has never won a major, so he’ll be looking to win his first-ever major tournament. Rahm was playing well at the Memorial two weeks ago but was then pulled off of the course mid-round as the PGA Tour had been notified of Rahm’s positive COVID test. Rahm has been cleared to play at Torrey Pines, and he is favored to win. Rahm has finished inside the top 10 in 10 of the 17 tournaments that he has entered this season. He played well at the PGA and at the Masters. We’ll see how well Rahm can bounce back from his short layoff.
Justin Thomas – 14/1
The #2 player in the world won this year’s Players Championship. He has struggled recently and doesn’t have a lot of experience at Torrey Pines. In his two tournaments here, he has a top 10 finish and has missed the cut. We’ll see if Thomas can overcome some of his issues to play well here.
Brooks Koepka – 14/1
Although Koepka didn’t play in last year’s US Open, he has a history of doing well at this tournament. In his last three appearances, he has two victories and one second-place finish. If Koepka’s injured right knee doesn’t cause him issues, he could very well be sitting near or at the top of the leaderboard heading into the final round.
Jordan Spieth – 14/1
Since the end of January, Spieth has been playing some great golf. In his 12 starts since then, he has four top-four finishes, including a victory at the Valero Open. He finished in third at the Masters. He has only finished outside of the top 25 twice in the last few months. Spieth would love to win his fourth major tournament at Torrey Pines.
Bryson DeChambeau – 14/1
The defending champ proved everyone wrong last year and was able to keep the ball in the narrow fairways. We’ll see if he can do it again this year. He has never played well at Torrey Pines, and the wind could wreak havoc on his game. We’ll see if his long drives put him in a good spot or if they cause him major issues. We’ll also see how well DeChambeau can handle all of the heckling that could come his way in the never-ending DeChambeau-Brooks Koepka feud. He’ll be a fun one to watch at Torrey Pines.