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There are many different ways to describe this year’s U.S. Open venue, Chambers Bay in University Place, Wash. Easy to bet is not one of them.

The course was built in 2007, and looks more like a British Open than an American Open on first glance. Many experts also expect the new major championship venue to play more like an Open Championship, with position and precision being more important than power. But then again, the course can play as long as 7,874 yards or several hundred yards shorter, depending on the USGA’s mood.

When placing your bets this year, the most important factor is likely overall skill. USGA setups demand golfers do everything well if they wish to hoist the U.S. Open trophy. The last five U.S. Open winners — Martin Kaymer, Justin Rose, Webb Simpson, Rory McIlroy and Graeme McDowell — are some of the most complete golfers in the game. When in doubt, favor the better players.

Below we’ve listed odds to win from Bovada of all the golfers in the 2015 U.S. Open field, and divided them into four categories: Favorites, Good Bets, Dark Horses and Long Shots.

Favorites

Rory McIlroy: 7/1
Jordan Spieth: 8/1
Dustin Johnson: 16/1
Justin Rose: 18/1
Phil Mickelson: 18/1
Rickie Fowler: 18/1
Henrik Stenson: 25/1
Adam Scott: 28/1
Bubba Watson: 28/1
Hideki Matsuyama: 33/1
Jason Day: 33/1
Jim Furyk: 33/1
Jimmy Walker: 33/1
Sergio Garcia: 33/1

Good Bets

Martin Kaymer: 40/1
Matt Kuchar: 40/1
Patrick Reed: 40/1
Billy Horschel: 50/1
Brandt Snedeker: 50/1
Brooks Koepka: 50/1
Tiger Woods: 50/1
Byeong Hun An: 66/1
J.B. Holmes: 66/1
Keegan Bradley: 66/1
Lee Westwood: 66/1
Paul Casey: 66/1
Ryan Moore: 66/1
Zach Johnson: 66/1
Bill Haas: 80/1
Chris Kirk: 80/1
Graeme McDowell: 80/1
Hunter Mahan: 80/1
Ian Poulter: 80/1
Jason Dufner: 80/1
Kevin Kisner: 80/1
Kevin Na: 80/1
Louis Oosthuizen: 80/1
Luke Donald: 80/1
Ryan Palmer: 80/1
Webb Simpson: 80/1
Danny Willett: 100/1
Francesco Molinari: 100/1
Gary Woodland: 100/1
Jamie Donaldson: 100/1
Marc Leishman: 100/1
Shane Lowry: 100/1

Dark Horses

Brendon Todd: 125/1
Charl Schwartzel: 125/1
Charley Hoffman: 125/1
Russell Henley: 125/1
Alexander Noren: 150/1
Ben Martin: 150/1
Bernd Wiesberger: 150/1
Branden Grace: 150/1
Brian Harman: 150/1
Ernie Els: 150/1
George McNeill: 150/1
Robert Streb: 150/1
Tommy Fleetwood: 150/1
Tony Finau: 150/1
Victor Dubuisson: 150/1
Angel Cabrera: 200/1
Bo Van Pelt: 200/1
Cameron Tringale: 200/1
David Hearn: 200/1
Erik Compton: 200/1
Geoff Ogilvy: 200/1
John Senden: 200/1
Joost Luiten: 200/1
Marc Warren: 200/1
Matt Every: 200/1
Michael Putnam: 200/1
Miguel Angel Jimenez: 200/1
Alexander Levy: 250/1
Danny Lee: 250/1
George Coetzee: 250/1
Lucas Glover: 250/1
Morgan Hoffman: 250/1
Retief Goosen: 250/1
Stephen Gallacher: 250/1
Thongchai Jaidee: 250/1
Camilo Villegas: 300/1
Daniel Summerhays: 300/1
Marcel Siem: 300/1
Ryo Ishikawa: 300/1
Thomas Aiken: 300/1
Anirban Lahiri: 400/1

Long Shots

Andres Romero: 500/1
Beau Hossler: 500/1
Billy Hurley III: 500/1
Blayne Barber: 500/1
Brad Fritsch: 500/1
Brandon Hagy: 500/1
Bryson DeChambeau: 500/1
Cameron Smith: 500/1
Charlie Beljan: 500/1
Cheng-Tsung Pan: 500/1
Cody Gribble: 500/1
Colin Montgomerie: 500/1
D.A. Points: 500/1
Darren Clarke: 500/1
Garth Mulroy: 500/1
Jamie Lovemark: 500/1
John Parry: 500/1
Lee Janzen: 500/1
Lee McCoy: 500/1
Lucas Bjerregaard: 500/1
Marcus Fraser: 500/1
Matthew NeSmith: 500/1
Ollie Schniederjans: 500/1
Richard Lee: 500/1
Roberto Castro: 500/1
Sam Horsfield: 500/1
Sam Saunders: 500/1
Tom Hoge: 500/1
Wen-Chong Liang: 500/1
Yong-Eun Yang: 500/1
Andy Pope: 1000/1
Brad Elder: 1000/1
Bradley Neil: 1000/1
Cole Hammer: 1000/1
Davis Riley: 1000/1
Denny McCarthy: 1000/1
Hiroyuki Fujita: 1000/1
Hyung-Sung Kim: 1000/1
Jack Maguire: 1000/1
Jake Knapp: 1000/1
Jared Becher: 1000/1
Jason Allred: 1000/1
Jason Palmer: 1000/1
Kevin Lucas: 1000/1
Kurt Barnes: 1000/1
Kyle Jones: 1000/1
Mark Silvers: 1000/1
Masahiro Kawamura: 1000/1
Matt Mabrey: 1000/1
Michael Campbell: 1000/1
Michael Davan: 1000/1
Nick Hardy: 1000/1
Oliver Farr: 1000/1
Patrick Wilson: 1000/1
Rich Berberian Jr.: 1000/1
Sebastian Cappelen: 1000/1
Seuk-Hyun Baek: 1000/1
Shiv Kapur: 1000/1
Stephan Jaeger: 1000/1
Timothy O’Neal: 1000/1
Tjaart Van Der Walt: 1000/1
Troy Kelly: 1000/1
Tyler Duncan: 1000/1

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  1. Drew R.

    Jun 18, 2015 at 9:05 am

    Don’t bet on Golf! But if you do grab a scrambler or a putter who can also play a high ball flight on command:

    Paul Casey: 66/1
    Hideki Matsuyama: 33/1
    Alexander Noren: 150/1
    John Senden: 200/1
    Brandt Snedeker: 50/1
    Victor Dubuisson: 150/1

  2. Matto

    Jun 16, 2015 at 4:44 am

    Tiger @ 50-1 is pretty gnarly.

  3. The lowdown

    Jun 15, 2015 at 2:47 pm

    Tiger in the “good bets”
    Lol

  4. Golfraven

    Jun 15, 2015 at 2:00 pm

    Come on, give it to Phil. He still got it. Second guess would be Sergio but to be honest he should rather win The Open (in Scotland) if this was his only ever major.

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