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2016 U.S. Open Odds

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Defending U.S. Open champion Jordan Spieth has the second-best odds to win this week at Oakmont. The only one with better odds shouldn’t be a surprise.

Jason Day, the No. 1 player in the world, is a 7/1 favorite to claim his second career major title and his fourth win of the season. This is the second consecutive major that Day has been the favorite entering play as he was also a 7/1 favorite to win the Masters, where he ended up finishing T10.

Spieth, as mentioned, has the second-best odds, and Rory McIlroy at 17/2 rounds out the much-expected top three.

If you’re in the mood for an extreme long-shot, you have your choice of 33 golfers all going off at 1,000/1 — the worst odds on the board.

Here’s a look at all of the odds, courtesy of VegasInsider.com. They’re accurate as of 10 a.m. ET Monday.

  • Jason Day, 7/1
  • Jordan Spieth, 8/1
  • Rory McIlroy, 17/2
  • Dustin Johnson, 16/1
  • Adam Scott, 24/1
  • Rickie Fowler, 24/1
  • Justin Rose, 25/1
  • Bubba Watson, 30/1
  • Danny Willett, 35/1
  • Henrik Stenson, 35/1
  • Hideki Matsuyama, 35/1
  • Phil Mickelson, 35/1
  • Branden Grace, 40/1
  • Patrick Reed, 40/1
  • Brandt Snedeker, 50/1
  • Brooks Koepka, 50/1
  • Louis Oosthuizen, 50/1
  • Matt Kuchar, 50/1
  • Paul Casey, 50/1
  • Sergio Garcia, 50/1
  • Martin Kaymer, 65/1
  • Charl Schwartzel, 70/1
  • J.B. Holmes, 70/1
  • Matthew Fitzpatrick, 70/1
  • Zach Johnson, 70/1
  • Kevin Kisner, 75/1
  • Billy Horschel, 80/1
  • Jim Furyk, 80/1
  • Justin Thomas, 80/1
  • Kevin Chappell, 80/1
  • Lee Westwood, 80/1
  • Marc Leishman, 80/1
  • Russell Knox, 80/1
  • Bryson DeChambeau, 100/1
  • Byeong Hun An, 100/1
  • Daniel Berger, 100/1
  • Graeme McDowell, 100/1
  • Jason Dufner, 100/1
  • Jimmy Walker, 100/1
  • Shane Lowry, 100/1
  • Webb Simpson, 100/1
  • Bill Haas, 125/1
  • Chris Kirk, 125/1
  • Danny Lee, 125/1
  • Kevin Na, 125/1
  • Luke Donald, 125/1
  • Rafael Cabrera Bello, 125/1
  • Charley Hoffman, 140/1
  • Brendan Steele, 150/1
  • Chris Wood, 150/1
  • David Lingmerth, 150/1
  • Emiliano Grillo, 150/1
  • Harris English, 150/1
  • Jamie Donaldson, 150/1
  • Keegan Bradley, 150/1
  • Ryan Moore, 150/1
  • Smylie Kaufman, 150/1
  • Alex Noren, 200/1
  • Andy Sullivan, 200/1
  • Anirban Lahiri, 200/1
  • Bern Wiesberger, 200/1
  • Geoff Ogilvy, 200/1
  • James Hahn, 200/1
  • Patrick Rodgers, 200/1
  • Patton Kizzire, 200/1
  • Retief Goosen, 200/1
  • Robert Streb, 200/1
  • Soren Kjeldsen, 200/1
  • Angel Cabrera, 250/1
  • Ernie Els, 250/1
  • Kevin Streelman, 250/1
  • Kiradech Aphibarnrat, 250/1
  • Kyung-Tae Kim, 250/1
  • Lucas Glover, 250/1
  • Scott Piercy, 250/1
  • William McGirt, 250/1
  • Andrew Johnston, 275/1
  • Cameron Smith, 300/1
  • David Toms, 300/1
  • Jason Kokrak, 300/1
  • Peter Hanson, 300/1
  • Romain Wattel, 300/1
  • Gregory Bourdy, 400/1
  • Hideto Tanihara, 400/1
  • Jaco Van Zyl, 400/1
  • Steven Bowditch, 400/1
  • Tom Hoge, 400/1
  • Yuta Ikeda, 400/1
  • Aaron Wise, 500/1
  • Aron Price, 500/1
  • Carlos Ortiz, 500/1
  • Charlie Danielson, 500/1
  • Derek Fathauer, 500/1
  • Gary Stal, 500/1
  • J.J. Henry, 500/1
  • Jason Allred, 500/1
  • Jim Herman, 500/1
  • Jon Rahm, 500/1
  • Justin Hicks, 500/1
  • Lee Slattery, 500/1
  • Matteo Manassero, 500/1
  • Maximilian Kieffer, 500/1
  • Miguel Tabuena, 500/1
  • Scottie Scheffler, 500/1
  • Spencer Levin, 500/1
  • Sunghoon Kang, 500/1
  • Tim Wilkinson, 500/1
  • Toru Taniguchi, 500/1
  • Yusaku Miyazato, 500/1
  • Andres Gonzales, 750/1
  • Billy Hurley III, 750/1
  • D.J. Trahan, 750/1
  • Frank Adams III, 750/1
  • Jeff Maggert, 750/1
  • Sam Horsfield, 750/1
  • Andrew Landry, 1000/1
  • Andrew Pope, 1000/1
  • Austin Jordan, 1000/1
  • Brandon Harkins, 1000/1
  • Chase Parker, 1000/1
  • Christopher Crawford, 1000/1
  • Denny McCarthy, 1000/1
  • Derek Bard, 1000/1
  • Dicky Pride, 1000/1
  • Ethan Tracy, 1000/1
  • Gregor Main, 1000/1
  • Justin Suh, 1000/1
  • Kent Bulle, 1000/1
  • Kevin Tway, 1000/1
  • Kyle Mueller, 1000/1
  • Mark Manguiano, 1000/1
  • Matt Marshall, 1000/1
  • Matthew Baldwin, 1000/1
  • Matthew Borchert, 1000/1
  • Michael Miller, 1000/1
  • Mikael Lundberg, 1000/1
  • Nick Hardy, 1000/1
  • Patrick Wilkes-Krier, 1000/1
  • Richard Schembler II, 1000/1
  • Rob Oppenheim, 1000/1
  • Ryan Stachler, 1000/1
  • Sam Burns, 1000/1
  • Sebastian Soderberg, 1000/1
  • Soren Hansen, 1000/1
  • Travis Howe, 1000/1
  • Tyler Raber, 1000/1
  • Wes Short Jr. 1000/1
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  1. Luke

    Jun 14, 2016 at 2:39 pm

    I’d love to put some dollar on Ricky but I suspect he’s a choker

  2. Robert

    Jun 14, 2016 at 12:06 pm

    I’m tempted to run to the casino to place a few $5 bets on some 100/1 – 125/1 players. I’m blown away that some of these really freakin’ good European Tour players have such high odds when they are on the first page of the leader board every tournament. (Van Zyl & Cabrera Bello)

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WRX Retrospective: Interesting photos from the 2019 Masters

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As of now, we know the 2020 Masters is going to have to wait until November. The tournament will be as exciting as it will be interesting since it will be the first modern glimpse into Augusta National beyond April.

It has also given us the great opportunity to look back with hindsight 20/20 (that was very much an unintended pun) at our pictures from 2019 to showcase some of the most noteworthy and interesting, including some potential foreshadowing of the week that was to come.

2007 Masters champion Zach Johnson isn’t one to change putters too often, but he must have been searching for something last year when testing out this TaylorMade Spider.

This was Viktor Hovland’s last Masters as an amateur. He won low amateur honors and went on to capture the same distinction at the U.S. Open at Pebble Beach.

TaylorMade always does a wonderful job with major-themed accessories and bags. 2019 was no exception.

Little did we know at the time this was taken, this man would be leading heading into Sunday’s final round. How the tables turned so quickly.

Callaway’s collab with Seamus Golf lead to these flower-themed headcovers.

We can’t forget that Tuesday practice day was rained out and the course was closed at 10 a.m. to both players and spectators. It wasn’t the warm spring kickoff many had hoped for!

Although it was short-lived, it was a rainy Tuesday for all, including caddies.

The weather broke on Wednesday and the view up the 10th hole never gets old.

Did you realize two-time Masters champ Bubba Watson’s Flightscope has a custom pink paint job?

Inexpensive snacks and beverages are always a highlight of any Master’s visit.

The 2019 Masters featured pre-bulked Bryson, who also happened to have a custom FlightScope X3. He looks like a veritable stick!

They say a picture says 1,000 words, but in the case of Tiger Woods, we had no idea how many words would be written come Sunday.

A peek into the bag of Gary Woodland, who would go on to become the U.S. Open Champion only a few months later.

Special shoutout to Gary Woodland’s caddy Brennan Little, who hails from St. Thomas, Ontario, Canada, and is obviously a big Toronto Blue Jays fan. He was also on the bag for Mike Wier’s win in 2003.

Although the relationship was short-lived, Sergio used some very cool custom Toulon putters while on staff with Callaway Golf.

The eighth green is one of the most interesting and mounded on the course, there’s not a bunker to be found but danger lurks everywhere.

Undulations at No. 1 are a sight to be seen at ground level.

The iconic, understated clubhouse of ANGC.

The tucked-away first tee spike cleaner is something every course should have.

And of course, the iconic 12th, where so much would be decided come Sunday.

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10 interesting photos from the 2020 Players Championship

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GolfWRX is live this week from the 2020 Players Championship at TPC Sawgrass in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida.

The field this week featured the best golfers in the world, including Rory McIlroy, Jon Rahm, Brooks Koepka, Dustin Johnson, Justin Thomas, Rickie Fowler, and more.

Rory McIlroy enters the tournament as the defending champion, looking hoist the crystal again.

Check out all our galleries below, along with highlights from TPC Sawgrass.

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Bettinardi’s St. Patrick’s Day covers  

Brand-new Srixon 745 in Keegan’s bag

Roger Sloan’s custom Cameron

Mizuno JPX 919 Hot Metal irons spotted in Nick Watney’s bag 

Joel Dahmen with a battle-worn hybrid

Fresh eggs for Patrick Reed…

Justin Rose continues to tweak his equipment

Carlos Ortiz looks to be picking up some supplies to mark the end of his driveway…

Jordan Spieth with a Vokey WedgeWorks Proto 60T in the bag

Kiradech Aphibarnrat with lead tape and stamping on cavity-back irons. Solid! 

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GolfWRX Spotted: Justin Rose with mixed bag at Arnold Palmer Invitational

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It’s not very often we get breaking equipment news this time of year on the PGA Tour schedule, but this week at the Arnold Palmer Invitational, one of the highest-profile players on tour, Justin Rose, was spotted testing multiple brands of clubs throughout his entire bag.

It started last week at the Honda Classic when Rose put a TaylorMade SIM driver with Mitsubishi Kuro Kage in play. As of today’s first round at the Arnold Palmer Invitational, Rose has a mixed set including TaylorMade, Cobra, and Titleist clubs, along with an Axis1 putter.

Here are the details of Rose’s equipment:

Driver: TaylorMade SIM (10.5 degrees @ 8.5)
Shaft: Mitsubishi Kuro Kage XTS 70 TX

3-wood: TaylorMade SIM Max (15 degrees)
Shaft: Mitsubishi Kuro Kage XTS 80 TX

5-wood: Cobra SpeedZone Tour (16.5 degrees)
Shaft: Mitsubishi Diamana D+ 80 X

Irons: TaylorMade P730 (4-PW)
Shafts: Project X 6.5

Wedges: TaylorMade MG2 (52, 56 degrees), Titleist Vokey Design Prototype K Grind (60 degrees)
Shafts: Project X 6.5 (52, 56), Proto Hi-Rev 135X (60)

Putter: Axis1 Rose
Grip: Flat Cat Svelte

Ball: TaylorMade TP5 ‘19 (No. 1)

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