US Open Odds 2024 – Thomas, Scheffler Favored At Brookline

Posted by Joseph Ellison

The 2022 U.S. Open heads back to historic Country Club at Brookline in Massachusetts for the first time in 34 years. Jon Rahm is your reigning champion, but the field is expected to be loaded with a dozen or so rivals looking to dethrone the 2021 U.S. Open champion. Leading up to the first round on June 16, bookmakers have posted early 2022 U.S. Open odds on the board as golf betting season heats up for the second half. 2016 champion Dustin Johnson will also be in the field as the USGA will allow players that have gone to the LIV series, but qualify, to tee it up at Brookline. 

2022 US Open Golf Odds

Two brand names on the PGA are co-favorites to win the 2022 U.S. Open at Brookline. As the winners of the first two majors of the season, Masters champ Scottie Scheffler and PGA Champion Justin Thomas are co-favorites at +1200. Reigning champ Jon Rahm is at +1400, while Rory McIlroy sits at +1400. However, three-time U.S. Open winner Tiger Woods will skip the tournament in an attempt to get his surgically-repaired leg stronger for the British Open at the Old Course at St. Andrews.

Golf betting odds courtesy of Bovada

Player US Open Odds
Justin Thomas +1200
Scottie Scheffler +1200
Jon Rahm +1400
Rory McIlroy +1600
Cameron Smith +1600
Brooks Koepka +2000
Dustin Johnson +2000
Patrick Cantlay +2200
Xander Schauffele +2200
Jordan Spieth +2500
Matthew Fitzpatrick +2500
Xander Schauffele +2500
Viktor Hovland +2500
Will Zalatoris +2500
Hideki Matsuyama +3300
Sam Burns +3300
Joaquin Niemann +4000
Shane Lowry +4000

US Open Prop Bets

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What US Open Odds Can You Bet On?

Besides the outright futures bets you can make, there are also matchup props, group props, make or miss the cut props, you name it. There are plenty of US Open props worth your while.

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When Can I Bet On These US Open Props?

The full list of US Open props will be revealed closer to the first tee time, but you should start checking out our favored online sportsbooks daily to get the best US Open prop odds.

Most Recent US Open Winners

Jon Rahm


Jon Rahm entered the US Open as the favorite, and fresh off a disappointing conclusion to the Memorial Tournament, which he led by six strokes going into the final round. However, a late positive COVID-19 test forced Rahm to withdraw, missing out on the win and a huge payday.

But Rahm fought back and made clutch birdie putts on the final two holes at Torrey Pines to get to -6, and he would pick his first major championship. It was fitting for Rahm to win at Torrey Pines, where he won his PGA Tour tournament in 2017, and where he proposed to his now-wife, Kelley. Three generations were present, including Rahm’s infant son, Kepa, on Father’s Day. It was almost meant to be.

Louis Oosthuizen would finish one shot behind Rahm, and Harris English would finish solo third.

Jon Rahm holds up the US Open trophy

                      A $100 bet on Rahm would have won you $1,000.

Bryson DeChambeau


Nicknamed “The Scientist”, DeChambeau is known for his scientific approach to the game. He decided that the longer you can hit it, the more success you’ll have, so DeChambeau set out to gain as much weight as he could. Forty pounds later, DeChambeau went to Winged Foot and was the only player to finish under par as his 69-68-70-67 was good for a -6 score, six shots better than Matthew Wolff. It is DeChambeau’s lone major championship to date.

Bryan DeChambeau poses with U.S. Open trophy

A $100 bet on DeChambeau would have won you $3,000.

Gary Woodland


Woodland was a relative longshot heading into Pebble Beach in California in 2019, and he started out with a first-round 68. A 65 on Friday vaulted him into the lead, and he wouldn’t give it up as Woodland went 69-69 over the weekend to secure his first and only major championship to date. Brooks Koepka was three shots behind Woodland at -10, while Jon Rahm, Chez Reavie, Justin Rose and Xander Schauffele all sat at -7.

Gary Woodland kisses the US Open Trophy

A $100 bet on Woodland would have won you $8,000.

Brooks Koepka


Koepka had longer odds than you would have expected in 2018 as the defending U.S. Open champion at Shinnecock Hills in New York. An opening-round 75 didn’t do him any favors, either. However, Koepka shot a 66 on Friday to get into contention, shot a steady 72 on Saturday, and then held on for a final-round 68. That gave Koepka a tournament-winning score of +1, one shot better than Tommy Fleetwood and two shots over Dustin Johnson, who was tied for the lead with Koepka, Tony Finau and Daniel Berger going into the final round. It was Koepka’s second of his four major championships.

Brooks Koepka poses with the US Open Trophy in 2018

A $100 bet on Koepka would have won you $4,000.

Brooks Koepka


In 2017, Koepka had the same odds as he did in 2018 to start the U.S. Open, but you could argue he should have had much longer odds. He opened up at Erin Hills in Wisconsin with a 67 and backed it up with a 70 to go into the weekend tied for the lead with Paul Casey, Fleetwood and Brian Harman. Koepka stayed near the top of the leaderboard with a Saturday 68, and then went one lower with a 67 to shoot -16, four shots better than Harman and Hideki Matsuyama. It was Koepka’s first major championship.

Brooks Koepka poses with the US Open Trophy in 2017

A $100 bet on Koepka would have won you $4,000.

Dustin Johnson


Johnson had major-championship concerns before the 2016 U.S. Open at Oakmont in Pennsylvania. At this tournament in 2010 at Pebble Beach, where he had won the last two PGA Tour events, Johnson had a three-shot lead heading into Sunday. However, he shot 82 to finish T-8. Later in 2010, Johnson grounded his club in an area that was deemed a bunker, and received a two-stroke penalty; he lost by two strokes. In 2015 in the U.S. Open at Chambers Bay, Johnson three-putted from 12 feet to give the title to Jordan Spieth.

Even in 2016, there was controversy. Johnson opened up with a 67 and 69, then shot 71 on Saturday and Sunday due to poor weather that started on Thursday and pushed tee times back all weekend. Johnson and Andrew Landry trailed by four shots behind Shane Lowry, but Lowry struggled to a final-round 76. Johnson should shoot 69 to finish at -4, three shots ahead of Jim Furyk, Lowry and Scott Piercy for his first major championship. However, he was docked a shot after his round as he mistakenly made his ball moved on the fifth green and he still putted.

Dustin Johnson poses with the US Open Trophy

A $100 bet on Johnson would have won you $1,500.

The Country Club of Brookline

The Country Club at Brookline in Massachusetts will host the 2022 U.S. Open for the first time since 1988 when Curtis Strange defeated Nick Faldo in a playoff. Not only is The Country Club one of the oldest CC in the country, it’s also one of five charter clubs that help found the USGA (United States Golf Association). It first hosted the U.S. Open back in 1913 when Francis Ouimet won in a playoff with a score of +12.

Hole Yards Par
1 485 4
2 216 3
3 481 4
4 341 4
5 490 4
6 311 4
7 197 3
8 376 4
9 511 5
10 474 4
11 448 4
12 619 5
13 427 4
14 526 5
15 509 4
16 205 3
17 373 4
18 456 5

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Joseph Ellison

Joseph is a dedicated journalist and horse racing fanatic who has been writing about sports and casinos for over a decade. He has worked with some of the UK's top bookmakers and provides Premier League soccer tips on a regular basis. You'll likely find him watching horse racing or rugby when he isn't writing about sport.

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