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U.S Open Golf Odds and Picks - Live Leaderboard

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    U.S Open Live Leader Board

    So much has happened since in the past year, and this could be the most exciting tournament yet. Not only should there be a leader board of sorts, but let's throw some top five picks in here as well. It will be interesting to see if anyone's change throughout the duration of the tournament. I would say these are my the obvious top five: Jason Day, Rickie Fowler, Thomas Pieters, Jordan Spieth, Dustin Johnson. But what about the sleepers? Who else should we be looking out for? Here is a good source for betting odds as well.

    Also, here's the top 20 from oddsshark

    • Dustin Johnson +750
    • Jordan Spieth +1200
    • Rory McIlroy +1200
    • Jason Day +1400
    • Jon Rahm +2000
    • Rickie Fowler +2000
    • Justin Rose +2200
    • Sergio Garcia +2200
    • Hideki Matsuyama +2800
    • Henrik Stenson +2800
    • Adam Scott +3000
    • Justin Thomas +3300
    • Brooks Koepka +4000
    • Branden Grace +4000
    • Thomas Pieters +4000
    • Paul Casey +5000
    • Alex Noren +5000
    • Charl Schwartzel +5000
    • Louis Oosthuizen +5000
    • Jason Dufner +6600
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    It's interesting that Dustin Johnson is given best odds, when the course is completely different this time around. I guess they have to give it to someone. Though I think this is anyone's tournament to win. I have little faith in Spieth after rooting for him for over a year now with no success.

    So I'm switching my focus to either Jason Day or Sergio Garcia. I think Erin Hills will be a tough play. Looks like accuracy will win the game. And when either of these guys are on, they are really hard to beat. Same could be said for almost any golfer I guess. Just have a feelin though..

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    Damn. Rickie Fowler is -6 through 12 on Day 1.. this is setting up to be the lowest US Open score in history. Crazy that it's also the longest course in major history AND supposed to be a very tough course. Par is supposed to be the norm. Hmmm. Wonder if the PGA is kicking themselves right about now..
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    joetemple Wrote: this is setting up to be the lowest US Open score in history.

    Yeah, for sure. Rory holds the US Open record at the moment for -16 in 2011. And right now, going into round 4 we have:

    Brian Harman -12
    Justin Thomas -11
    Brooks Koepka -11
    Tommy Fleetwood -11
    Rickie Fowler -10

    Certainly can be beaten.