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US Open Odds to Make the Cut and Miss the Cut

Chris Amberley

by Chris Amberley in Golf

Updated Jun 14, 2023 · 10:33 PM PDT

Cameron Young reacts to his bunker shot at the RBC Heritage
Apr 13, 2023; Hilton Head, South Carolina, USA; Cameron Young reacts to a birdie from the bunker on the 9th hole during the first round of the RBC Heritage golf tournament. Mandatory Credit: David Yeazell-USA TODAY Sports
  • Make and miss the cut odds are live for the US Open which tees off on Thursday, June 15
  • Cameron Young has never made the cut in three US Open appearances
  • Don’t miss the complete list of make and miss the cut odds, plus a make the cut parlay below

The toughest test of the season awaits the best golfers in the world this week. Los Angeles Country Club will play host to the 123rd US Open, a tournament that can be just as frustrating to bet as it is to tee it up at.

Year after year the US Open produces unlikely trunk slammers, with some of the game’s greats posting shockingly poor results.

One of those players with a horrible US Open track record and underwhelming recent form is Cameron Young, and he’s our top target to miss this week’s cut.

US Open Make the Cut Odds

Golfer Odds to Make the Cut Odds to Miss the Cut
Scottie Scheffler -1000 +550
Jon Rahm -750 +450
Brooks Koepka -600 +400
Viktor Hovland -550 +330
Rory McIlroy -550 +330
Patrick Cantlay -550 +330
Xander Schauffele -500 +300
Tyrrell Hatton -400 +260
Max Homa -370 +240
Matthew Fitzpatrick -370 +240
Dustin Johnson -370 +240
Cameron Smith -340 +230
Tony Finau -295 +200
Rickie Fowler -295 +200
Jordan Spieth -275 +190
Jason Day -275 +190
Adam Scott -250 +175
Tommy Fleetwood -245 +175
Sungjae Im -245 +170
Patrick Reed -245 +170
Justin Thomas -245 +170
Justin Rose -245 +170
Wyndham Clark -225 +160
Bryson DeChambeau -225 +160
Sam Burns -210 +150
Mito Pereira -210 +150
Shane Lowry -180 +130
Russell Henley -180 +130
Sahith Theegala -180 +130
Keegan Bradley -180 +130
Tom Kim -180 +130
Joaquin Niemann -180 +130
Cameron Young -180 +130
Corey Conners -180 +130
Denny McCarthy -180 +130
Si Woo Kim -175 +125
Matt Kuchar -160 +115

Young boasts +130 odds to trunk slam on Friday, as opposed to -180 odds to make the weekend. The US Open odds favorite Scottie Scheffler currently boasts the longest odds to miss the cut, followed by reigning Masters Champ Jon Rahm, and recent PGA Champion Brooks Koepka.



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Young Mired in a Funk

From last year’s Scottish Open up until this year’s PGA Championship, Young didn’t miss a cut. That streak came crashing to a halt at Oak Hill, which was followed up by another trunk slamming performance at the Memorial.

He managed to make the weekend at the RBC Canadian Open, but his 57th place finish doesn’t inspire much confidence heading to LACC.

Young’s issues are two-fold, and to two incredibly important aspects of his game. Right now he can’t hit his irons, and the putting issues that have plagued him since he came on Tour seem to be getting worse.

The 27-year-old has lost strokes on the greens in nine of his past 12 starts, dropping an average of 2.5 strokes to the field in that area per tournament. He’s lost a combined 10.6 shots on the green in his last three starts alone, and you’re going to be bleeding strokes back if you can’t make the bulk of your par putts this week.

As for his irons, he’s lost a combined 4.7 strokes on approach over his past four tournaments, including 2.8 shots last week in Toronto.

To make matters worse, he’s never made a cut at the US Open, trunk slamming in three consecutive years, while losing 7.48 total strokes to field.

Pick: Cameron Young to Miss Cut (+130)

Make the Cut Parlay

Shifting gears to the make the cut market now, where we’ve cooked up a +287, four-leg parlay. The wager features our four favorite players to make the weekend, while trying to be price sensitive.

It starts with Dustin Johnson, the 2016 US Open champ, who’s missed only one cut at this event since 2012, with seven top-25 results. He’s gained the third most strokes at Major Championship tournaments since 2018, behind only Koepka and Scheffler.

Just behind DJ in that category are Justin Rose and Patrick Reed, who rank 8th and 10th respectively. Rose ranks fifth in the field in strokes gained approach and 10th in scoring over the past 24 rounds, while Reed shines brightest on the big stage.

He’s made the cut in 14 of his past 15 Majors, finishing fourth at the Masters in April, and 18th at the PGA Championship last month.

Last, but not least, we’ll add Shane Lowry to the mix. He ranks seventh in total strokes gained at Majors since 2018, with three straight top-21 finishes at Major Championship events.

Pick: Make the Cut Parlay (+287)


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