The 2017 US Open Golf Betting Odds Head to Head Matchup Previews

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The US Open Golf Championships are set to begin at Thursday June 15th all the way to the final round set for Sunday June 18th. Catch the action Thursday and Friday on FOX Sports 1 then FOX Sports will cover the final two rounds on the weekend. Let’s take a look at some head to head matchup odds for the entire four rounds.

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The favorite to win the US Open is Dustin Johnson and he is lined in a matchup against Jordan Spieth. Johnson is a 140 betting favorite in a head to head matchup for all four rounds with Spieth returning +110 odds. Johnson missed The Masters after an accident slipping down his stairs the week of the tournament. Johnson is the defending US Open champion. Spieth is ranked sixth in the world at 23 years of age. 2015 was an outstanding year for Jordan Spieth as he won the US Open and The Masters.

The Masters Champion Sergio Garcia is matched up against Justin Rose. Both Rose and Garcia return -115 odds. Garcia finally won his first major winning the 2017 Masters at 37 years old. He is a strong driver and will help him at this course. Rose was the winners of the US Open in 2013 and finished second in the 2017 Masters.

Adam Scott is lined at -150 odds against Justin Thomas who returns +120 odds. Thomas is searching for his first major victory. A year ago, at the US Open he was 32nd. Big hitters should do well at this tournament and Thomas fits that mold. Scott was the 2013 winner of the Masters. His best finish at the US Open was a fourth place finish in 2014.

Jon Rahm will go head to head in a matchup against Ricky Fowler. Rahm is favored by -130 odds with Fowler bringing back +100 odds. The young 22 year old Spaniard in Jon Rahm has a bright future. He was 23rd at the US Open in 2016. The 28 year old Fowler is in search for his first major tournament victory. He was second in this tournament in 2014.

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