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2015 U.S. Open Odds For Final Two Rounds

June 20, 2015

The U.S. Open starts its third round on Saturday. The first two rounds have been tough going for the top golfers in the world. Leading the way are Patrick Reed and Jordan Spieth each at 5-under par. The pair is only two of five golfers to shoot below par, which is 70, in both the first and second rounds.

Spieth, who won the Masters earlier this year, entered the tournament with the second shortest odds at 17 to 2. He is currently sitting at 7 to 4 on a number of sportsbooks to win his second major of just this year at the ripe old age of 21.

Reed, who is known for being very confident in his abilities, was up as high as 50 to 1 prior to the start of the tournament but is now sitting a 5 to 1 to win.

Dustin Johnson, who was the co-leader following round one, is in third place at 4-under. He currently has better odds of winning at 4 to 1 than does second place Reed.

Rory McIlroy the favorite heading into the start of the tournament is at +4, nine shots off the current lead and his odds of winning have skyrocketed to 60 to 1.

Veteran left-hander Phil Mickelson struggled for most of Friday’s second round and is at +3, eight shot off the lead. The 45-year old is sitting at 100 to 1 to win the tournament.

Seventy-six players made the cut at +5, including 6 amateurs. Notables missing the cut included 14-time majors champion Tiger Woods, Rickie Fowler, Graeme McDowell, Bubba Watson, Martin Kaymer and Hunter Mahan amongst others.

Below are the top 10 odds headed into the final two rounds of the U.S. Open at Chambers Bay in University Place, Washington.

Jordan Spieth 7 to 4
Dustin Johnson 4 to 1
Patrick Reed 5 to 1
Branden Grace 15 to 1
Henrik Stenson 20 to 1
Ben Martin 25 to 1
J.B. Holmes 25 to 1
Jason Day 25 to 1
Tony Finau 25 to 1
Joost Luiten 30 to 1