2019 US Open at Pebble Beach
Pebble Beach is a National treasure that has hosted the US Open 5 times from 1972 to 2010. Tiger Woods won there in 2000 at an amazing 12 under par. Most recently Graeme McDowell won in 2010 at even par. Most experts will tell you that Pebble is a course that demands excellent iron play and does not necessarily favor the players that are longest off the tee. While our experts agree with the first point they are steadfastly against the latter. Their reasoning is simple, the further a player is off the tee the easier his iron will be into the green. Our experts gave you Brooks Koepka at 10-1 in the PGA Championship, and now they are giving you a huge longshot to not only finish in the Top 5, but to actually win the US Open!
Adam Scott is your 2019 US Open Champion at 33-1! He is a former major winner, winning the 2013 Masters and if not for a heart breaking collapse in the 2012 US Open and a run of 4 straight birdies by Charl Schwartzel in 2011 he'd be a three time major winner.
Tommy Fleetwood 30-1 is as good an iron player as there is in the world and has been knocking on the door at every major for the last 2 years. If he can avoid the one bad round that has plagued him he'll be in mix on Sunday for sure.
Matt Kuchar 55-1 is having the best season of his career and Pebble Beach is made for his accuracy and patience. This will be his best shot to erase the stigma of being a great player who never won a major.
Top 5: Jordan Spieth 3.5-1, Kuchar 7-1, Molinari 5.5-1
Top 10: Ancer 16-1, Bradley 9-1
Top American: Jordan Spieth 10-1
Top Continental European: Molinari 3-1
Top Englishman: Fleetwood 3-1
Top South African: Louis Oosthuizen +200