2020 U.S. Open - Predictions, Betting Odds & Top Picks
U.S. Open 2020 Betting Odds
The odds for the winner of the U.S. Open 2020 are provided by DraftKings Sportsbook.
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2020 U.S. Open Event Information
|When||September 17th to September 20th|
|Where||Winged Foot Golf Club in Mamaroneck, NY|
|Points||600 FedEx Cup points for the winner|
|The Course||70-par, 7,264 yards|
|Total Prize Money||$12.5 million|
|Winner Prize Money||$2.250 million|
Top Picks for the 2020 U.S. Open
Back as the number 1 player in the world for the first time since 2015, McIlroy’s next goal is to capture his first major in six years.
The Northern Irishman won the first of his four majors at the US Open back in 2011.
McIlroy has yet to finish outside the top 5 this season in seven events, six of which were part of the PGA Tour.
The OWGR number 1 has one win, at the HSBC Champions, while his most recent result was a fifth place at the Arnold Palmer Invitational.
Rahm has played in six events this season, scoring two second-places as his best results while missing out on the top 10 only once.
Despite missing out on the cut at the PGA Championship last year, the Spaniard had solid results at the other three majors.
Rahm finished a career-best T3 at the US Open, six strokes behind champion Gary Woodland.
Coming off a three-win season on the European Tour, the rising star could be in line for his first major title.
The 2012 US Open champion is back among the top contenders.
Simpson endured a poor run of results following his only major title but enjoyed a resurgence in 2019.
He was part of the American team that won the Presidents Cup title, and later added his first PGA Tour win of the season at the Phoenix Open.
Simpson has only missed out on the top 10 once in six events this season and could be a good underdog pick for the major.
Koepka narrowly missed out on a three-peat last year after winning back-to-back US Open titles in 2017 and 2018.
It’s been a tough year for the American, who lost the World Golf Ranking lead to Rory McIlroy.
Koepka has missed out on the cut twice this year, while his best result is a T43 at the Genesis Invitational.
The former number 1’s play has seen a significant slide due to a lingering knee injury, so the current break could help his chances for the major.
The defending US Open champion, Woodland is once again an outside runner for the title.
His best result in 2020 was a T7 finish at the Sentry Tournament of Champions.
Woodland had a career day at the major last year, so while a repeat is highly unlikely, betting on back-to-back titles for him could pay off in the end.
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The young Korean was on the rise before the break, scoring back-to-back top 3 results.
Im won his first PGA Tour event at the Honda Classic and backed it up with a solid third place at the Arnold Palmer Invitational.
The rising star is one of the best underdog picks for the first major of 2020.
Im made the cut in 13 of 14 appearances this season.
2020 U.S. Open FAQ
Who Won the 2019 US Open?
Gary Woodland won the 2019 US Open title, beating the defending two-time champion Brooks Koepka.
Who Has the Most US Open Titles?
Willie Anderson, Bobby Jones, Ben Hogan and Jack Nicklaus are tied with four US Open titles each.
Tiger Woods leads the active players with three US Open titles.