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Jon Rahm 2022 US Open Odds, Betting Preview and Predictions

Jon Rahm is looking to defend his US Open title this weekend. Can Rahm get back on track and win his second major championship?
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Jon Rahm 2022 US Open Odds, Betting Preview and Predictions

Rahm is the defending US Open Champion and is looking to add his second major championship and second US Open victory this weekend in Brookline Massachusetts. He is trying to become just the 8th player ever to win back-to-back US Open Championships. Brooks Koepka did it as recently as 2017 and 2018.

Jon Rahm is unanimously known as being one of, if not the best driver in the world. He ranks first on the PGA Tour in strokes gained off the tee this season. If Rahm’s putter gets hot this weekend, he will prove to be extremely tough to beat.

Is Rahm the sharp bet this weekend? Lets take a look at Jon Rahm’s US Open Odds.

Jon Rahm's US Open Odds

BetOddsImplied Chance
To Win+15006.3%
Top 5 Finish+35022.2%
Top 10 Finish+16238.2%

Jon Rahm US Open Odds: Winner +1500 (Bet $100 to win $1500)

Jon Rahm is listed as the fourth favorite this weekend, behind Rory Mcilroy, Justin Thomas, and Scottie Scheffler. I love the value at this price for Rahm to win the US Open outright. He has been so gifted at finding fairways and that has proven to be vital at the US Open in years past. Once you start finding that thick grass, the bogeys will begin to come in bunches. Look for Rahm to be in the fairway early and often this weekend.

Jon Rahm US Open Odds: Top 5 Finish +350 (Bet $100 to win $350)

Not only is Rahm the defending champion at this major, but he also finished third at the US Open back in 2019. He seems to be very comfortable in this tournament and there is a lot of value here for a top 5 finish at +350.

Jon Rahm US Open Odds: Top 10 Finish +162 (Bet $100 to win $162)

Rahm finished in the top 10 of all four majors in 2021. He has struggled so far in the first two this season, but I believe taking him to finish in the top 10 at +162 is a safe bet. I believe he gets the putter going late in this major championship and will be one of the contenders on Sunday afternoon.

GolferUS Open Odds
Rory Mcilroy+1100
Justin Thomas+1200
Scottie Scheffler+1400
John Rahm+1500
Cameron Smith+2200
Xander Schauffele+2200
Patrick Cantlay+2500
Jordan Spieth+2800
Collin Morikawa+3000
Matthew Fitzpatrick+3000


Griffin is from Emerson, New Jersey. He graduated from Bergen Catholic High School and is entering his senior year at Brown University where he plays safety for the football team.


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