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2018 U.S. Open odds

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Here’s an easy one: Guess who the U.S. Open favorite is. He’s a past U.S. Open winner, has been playing brilliantly, and won in his most recent start. Dustin Johnson, of course, at 9-1, is the betting favorite.

Rory McIlroy (11-1), coming off a pair of top-10 finishes, sits right behind DJ. Jordan Spieth’s balky putter lengthens his odds to 14-1. His SB2K pal Justin Thomas joins him at that number.

With respect to the “stars in their 40s set” Tiger Woods comes in at 16-1; Phil Mickelson, a near winner at Shinnecock in 2004, is priced more attractively at 28-1.

Check out the full list of 2018 U.S Open odds (as of 9:30 a.m., June 11) courtesy of Bovada.

  • Dustin Johnson 9-1
  • Rory McIlroy 11-1
  • Jordan Spieth 14-1
  • Justin Thomas 14-1
  • Jason Day 16-1
  • Justin Rose 16-1
  • Tiger Woods 16-1
  • Rickie Fowler 16-1
  • Brooks Koepka 18-1
  • Jon Rahm 20-1
  • Hideki Matsuyama 28-1
  • Phil Mickelson 28-1
  • Henrik Stenson 33-1
  • Patrick Reed 33-1
  • Sergio Garcia 33-1
  • Branden Grace 40-1
  • Bryson DeChambeau 40-1
  • Bubba Watson 40-1
  • Paul Casey 40-1
  • Tommy Fleetwood 40-1
  • Adam Scott 50-1
  • Alex Noren 50-1
  • Louis Oosthuizen 50-1
  • Marc Leishman 50-1
  • Charl Schwartzel 66-1
  • Francesco Molinari 66-1
  • Matt Kuchar 66-1
  • Patrick Cantlay 66-1
  • Tony Finau 66-1
  • Webb Simpson 66-1
  • Aaron Wise 80-1
  • Xander Schauffele 80-1
  • Brandt Snedeker 100-1
  • Brian Harman 100-1
  • Charley Hoffman 100-1
  • Ian Poulter 100-1
  • Jason Dufner 100-1
  • Jimmy Walker 100-1
  • Kyle Stanley 100-1
  • Peter Uihlein 100-1
  • Adam Hadwin 125-1
  • Cameron Smith 125-1
  • Daniel Berger 125-1
  • Kevin Kisner 125-1
  • Kiradech Aphibarnrat 125-1
  • Luke List 125-1
  • Martin Kaymer 125-1
  • Matthew Fitzpatrick 125-1
  • Rafa Cabrera-Bello 125-1
  • Shane Lowry 125-1
  • Si Woo Kim 125-1
  • Tyrrell Hatton 125-1
  • Zach Johnson 125-1
  • Brendan Steele 150-1
  • Graeme McDowell 150-1
  • Kevin Chappell 150-1
  • Pat Perez 150-1
  • Ross Fisher 150-1
  • Russell Henley 150-1
  • Bill Haas 175-1
  • Chesson Hadley 175-1
  • Chez Reavie 175-1
  • Gary Woodland 175-1
  • Charles Howell III 200-1
  • Danny Willett 200-1
  • Hao Tong Li 200-1
  • Satoshi Kodaira 200-1
  • Braden Thornberry 250-1
  • Doug Ghim 250-1
  • Lucas Glover 250-1
  • Trey Mullinax 250-1
  • Alexander Levy 275-1
  • Matt Wallace 275-1
  • Patrick Rodgers 275-1
  • Roberto Castro 275-1
  • Shubhankar Sharma 275-1
  • Brian Gay 300-1
  • Jhonattan Vegas 300-1
  • Jim Furyk 250-1
  • Ryan Fox 300-1
  • Aaron Baddeley 400-1
  • Brian Stuard 400-1
  • Lanto Griffin 400-1
  • Matt Jones 400-1
  • Michael Hebert 400-1
  • Sam Burns 400-1
  • Sebastian Munoz 400-1
  • Theo Humphrey 400-1
  • Dylan Meyer 500-1
  • Ernie Els 500-1
  • Noah Goodwin 500-1
  • Richy Werenski 500-1
  • Scott Stallings 500-1
  • Shota Akiyoshi 500-1
  • Tyler Duncan 500-1
  • Kenny Perry 600-1
  • Stewart Hagestad 600-1
  • Jacob Bergeron 750-1
  • Michael Putnam 750-1
  • Chun-An Yu 1000-1
  • Cole Miller 1000-1
  • David Bransdon 1000-1
  • Garrett Rank 1000-1
  • Harry Ellis 1000-1
  • Luis Gagne 1000-1
  • Ryan Lumsden 1000-1
  • Tim Wilkinson 1000-1
  • Timothy Wiseman 1000-1
  • Chris Naegel 1250-1
  • Eric Axley 1250-1
  • Ty Strafaci 1250-1
  • Calum Hill 1500-1
  • David Gazzolo 1500-1
  • Sung-Joon Park 1500-1
  • Wen-Chong Liang 1500-1
  • Will Grimmer 1500-1
  • Cameron Wilson 2000-1
  • Chris Babcock 2000-1
  • Franklin Huang 2000-1
  • Matt Parziale 2000-1
  • Philip Barbaree 2000-1
  • Rhett Rasmussen 2000-1
  • Sebastion Vazquez 2000-1
  • Sulman Raza 2000-1
  • Will Zalatoris 2000-1
  • Michael Block 2500-1
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The coolest wedge stampings on the PGA Tour (RSM Classic Edition)

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Wedge stampings are the eye-popping garnish on the glorious plates of golf equipment. Maybe this isn’t exactly the right metaphor, because, well, the parsley (wedge stamp) isn’t as mouth-water as the Wagyu (wedge), but you get the point…right?

Anyway, let’s look at some wedges from the RSM Classic a couple of weeks ago and see what stampings and paintfills the pros were showcasing at Sea Island.

You may not know Anthony Cordes, but surely you’ll want to add him to your shortlist of players to passionately root for after seeing this Wedding Crashers-inspired wedge.

Bo Van Pelt is a fairly cool dude. That usually happens if your name is “Bo”—the nomenclature brings with it a certain je ne sais quoi. When you’ve got initials that sound great together—BVP—you don’t need to add any unnecessary elements to the recipe.

We’ll assume Anastissia and Victoria are Brendan Steele’s daughters, and not that he has an appreciation for royalty of antiquity. Cool stamping with the pink-filled dots.

Look past David Hearn gaming 2011 TaylorMade TP MC irons to the lead tape and stamping on his SM4 (!) wedges. The Canadian knows what he likes!

Similar to the proposition raised in the Bo Van Pelt section: “Hank” is a fairly cool name. If you’re referred to as such, get it stamped on your wedge and call it a day.

Jhonattan Vegas’ Mizuno irons always feature tidy “JV” stamping, and he’s extended the treatment to his prototype Artisan wedges, which are peeking out below.

Also on the Mizuno front, Lucas Glover has his JPX 919 irons stamped with his initials (no paintfill—nastiness), but his 52-degree wedge feature the loft it is bent to (54 degrees)—a classic stamping.

Michael Gligic was the only “MG” in the RSM Classic field, so we’re assuming these are his wedges. They could, however, be stamped with someone with a real affinity for the model.

See more photos from the RSM Classic here. 

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Photos from the 2020 RSM Classic

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GolfWRX is live from Sea Island Golf Club in St,. Simons Island, Georgia for the RSM Classic.

Coming the week after the Masters, plenty of players from the tournament in Augusta are making their way 3.5 hours South to the Davis Love III-hosted event.

We have six general galleries of photos for you to check out as well as new shafts from UST Mamiya and a welcome resurrection of two decade-old White Hot putter models.

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Other Galleries

See what GolfWRXers and join the discussion in the forums: 2020 RSM Classic WITB Photos- discussion

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Photos from the 2020 Houston Open

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GolfWRX is live from the Vivint Houston Open at Memorial Park Golf Course, where players who, well, like to play before majors are playing (including Mav McNealy with some vintage Nike blades in the featured image).

The likes of Phil Mickelson and Dustin Johnson will be making their final tune-ups before next week’s test at Augusta National.

On the subject of tuning, players who will be competing at ANGC are getting their bags dialed and those who won’t are free to experiment as they start to consider their 2021 artillery.

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