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It’s Wednesday – which of course means we’re doing the weekly golf betting tips.
What a week it was last week. I mean holy crap – if you got on my tips last week it was a roller coaster of a weekend. In the LPGA we had Brittany Lincicome who was a whopping 125/1 and I had a couple of hudnred on her. She was leading all the awy up to the final day in the LPGA and man I gotta admit I was already spending my money.
Then she shot a +5 or +6 and it all went to tits and it was all I could do not to smash my TV.
Still that’s the fun of golf, and while she was sticking it up Dustin Johnson was over in the Fedex St Jude Classic making us money as can be seen here:
So can’t complain really. I was particularly happy about that one because instead of my to win and E/W bet like I usually do, I instead went for the Top 5 finish as I truly didn’t believe DJ would win. And sure enough he didn’t.
However let’s hope that all chnages this week because we’re going to be Mr. Johnson to turn things around at the US Open.
Let’s get to that:
US Open 2016 Betting Tips
So first up we have Dustin Johnson to win and E/W. The fact is I love Dustin Johnsons form going into this one, plus his history at the US Open. His odds of 14/1 are petty darn good. Of course for Dustin Johnson to win, that means he must out-score Jason Day, Rory McIlroy and Jordan Spieth. That’s going to be bloody hard for sure but I think if there’s any time DJ can do it, this is the time and I’m on him.
Speaking of on form golfers I’m going to take Brooks Koepka. Koepka has impressively came 2nd place in the last two tournaments. It can be a bit iffy when that happens – you see a golfer consistently among the top(who isn’t one of the usual 3) and you know that it isn’t going to last too long. However I think Koepka has what it takes and will be betting him to win and E/W as well.
If you’ve ever followed the US Open you’ll know that usually amongst the Top 5 are some high odds golfers. Like last year Louis for example was 100/1. The year before that there was the 500/1 Cameron Smith. And this isn’t a fluke – 2013 was Erik Compton at a whopping 400/1 and then Michael Thompson at 500/1 came before him.
Now I was tempted to just throw darts and hope for the best. Honestly I studied those previous high odds picks and I just didn’t see any reason to bet them. Nothing stood out. So I’ve looked at people with high odds and who tick a couple of the right boxes and I think they may just surprise us.
Those people are Jason Dufner at 100/1,Kevin Chappell at 90/1, Brandt Snedeker at 66/1 and finally the one I’ll be cheering on most of all – the 300/1 David Toms.
That’s the US Open Betting Tips. Good luck! If you bet any underdogs be sure to post in the comments would love to hear who you bet and cheer them on – and maybe even throw some on myself!