The PGA Tour returns to Michigan for the first time in over a decade with the inaugural Rocket Mortgage Classic from Detroit Golf Club. The field isn’t as deep as other events, though it does have some star power with the likes of Dustin Johnson, Rickie Fowler, and reigning US Open champ Gary Woodland.
Three golfers are the co-favorites heading into Saturday of the 2019 Travelers Championship including Jason Day and Paul Casey. Get the live odds and best bets here for rounds 3 and 4.
Justin Rose is one shot behind Gary Woodland after 54 holes at the 2019 US Open and finds himself as the slight favorite. Live odds & value picks are here.
Rory McIlroy is four shots back of Gary Woodland after two rounds at the US Open. But online sports betting sites are calling McIlroy the favorite. See the updated odds after two rounds here.
Bovada has posted betting lines on which golfers will record top 5, top 10 and top 20 finishes at the 2019 US Open at Pebble Beach. We break down the odds and find the best value picks in each category.
Tiger Woods US Open Props: Odds Tiger Makes the Cut, Leads After First Round, Finishes in Top 5/10/20
Tiger Woods is back at Pebble Beach, where he won the 2000 US Open by a whopping 15 strokes. Can we expect a vintage performance from Big Cat this week, or will he fail to make the cut in a second consecutive major?
Brooks Koepka, Dustin Johnson, and Rory McIlroy have identical 16-1 odds to lead the US Open after the first round of play. We dissect their latest results to determine who is most likely to be atop the leaderboard after the first 18 holes.
The US Open returns to Pebble Beach Golf Links on Thursday, and Bovada is commemorating the occasion with a pair of interesting prop bets. You can wager on whether one of the event’s top four players will lift the trophy, or whether a less heralded player from the field will take home the title.
2019 PGA Tour US Open Odds & Picks: Koepka, Johnson, McIlroy, Woods & Spieth Listed as Top Contenders
Can Brooks Koepka win his third straight US Open? Will Rory McIlroy stay hot after winning the Canadian Open? Which Tiger will we see? Find the answers to those questions and the odds for all top contenders here.
Patrick Cantlay has seen his 2019 US Open Odds improve from 66-1 to 18-1 following his recent victory at the Memorial Tournament. Is he worth wagering on at that price?
After a tumultuous start to the season which saw Jordan Spieth fail to post a top-20 finish in his first 13 events, the three-time major champ has rediscovered his game and has seen his US Open odds drop to the point where he is now a top five contender.
A great field tees it up at the 2019 RBC Canadian Open from Hamilton Golf & Country Club. The best bets and value picks are here. Should bettors wager on Dustin Johnson at a short +600. Even though DJ is playing great, there could be better value on a Canadian breaking the country’s long drought at its national tournament.
Jordan Spieth trails three players – Martin Kaymer, KH Lee, and Troy Merritt – by one shot after two rounds of the PGA Memorial Tournament, but is given very short +450 odds to win. See the best live bets here.
Tony Finau trails Jonas Blixt by one shot after two rounds at the Charles Schwab Challenge, but is listed as the favorite. With just one tour win to his name, is Finau worth betting at this price?
2019 American Century Celebrity Golf Tournament Props: Tony Romo vs John Smoltz Odds, Romo & Smoltz vs Field
Tony Romo & John Smoltz will tee it up at the 2019 American Century Celebrity Golf Tournament. Who will play better & should you bet them against the field? Remember that Steph Curry and Mark Mulder are awfully good golfers.
After a promising showing at the PGA Championship last week, could Jordan Spieth get his first PGA Tour win in nearly two years? See the odds for the Charles Schwab Challenge here and our best value picks.
Brooks Koepka captured the 2019 PGA Championship for his fourth major tilte in his last eight attempts. He’s now favored to win the 2019 US Open, as well. See the updated odds here.
Brooks Koepka holds a PGA Championship record 7-stroke lead entering the final round. Can anyone catch him and is there any value in betting others?
Brooks Koepka has raced out to a dominant seven stroke lead through two rounds of the 2019 PGA Championship. Who might challenge him for the title?