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Westwood, Donald and Mickelson, favorites in the U.S. Open

Written by Matt Stevens   
Thursday, 16 June 2011 20:54

2011 Golf U.S Open Betting OddsThe U.S. Open begins Thursday, the second Great year to be held at Congressional Country Club (Bethesda, Maryland) and, for the sake of the intentions of the USGA, has become the longest field of the history of U.S. Open betting.

As always, love the taste of the U.S., the greens have been treated so as to be impossible because of its speed. The favorites for the final victory of the tournament, as bettors are two Europeans: Lee Westwood and Luke Donald, who have been giving the world number one throughout the season. Mickelson, the most talented player on the circuit, is the third and first "Yankee" in the forecasts.

As regards the Spanish representation, Alvaro Quiros, Miguel Angel Jimenez and Sergio Garcia will defend the homeland golf. If any of them managed to win the bet so that would take a chunk. Garcia, the first of three, is paid € 60.45 for every euro wagered. Álvaro Quirós and Miguel Angel Jimenez 86.15 to € 160.43. It seems, according to experts, the punch that neither nor the result of Quirós on the first day of the Masters has weighed heavily on their predictions.

Other players whose game and fitness could lead to victory but are not among the favorites, which could enjoy huge profits in case of victory, are Bubba Watson (€ 40.93), Ian Poulter (€ 62.23) and Fowler (69.00 €).

2011 U.S. OPEN ODDS
1. Lee Westwood 11.95
2. Luke Donald 13.22
3. Phil Mickelson 14.28
4. Rory McIlroy 20.15
5. Steve Stricker 21.78

 
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