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Jordan Spieth 2022 US Open Odds, Betting Preview and Predictions

With the US Open set to take place this week, let's take a look at the Jordan Spieth 2022 US Open odds, betting preview and predictions.
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Jordan Spieth 2022 US Open Odds, Betting Preview and Predictions

Will you be betting on Jordan Spieth US Open Odds? Jordan Spieth is as talented as anyone else on tour, having already ascended to the top spot in the world rankings at 22 years old! Now, a few years into his career, he has established himself as a threat each time he steps on course, and this time out is no exception.

There are a ton of talented golfers, but to see him ranked as the tenth-highest on the odds chart was surprising to me, given his extremely high ceiling. He had a third-round to forget at the PGA Championship but is just one month removed from a second-place finish at AT&T Byron Nelson, the second consecutive top-two finish after winning at RBC Heritage.

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Jordan Spieth US Open Odds

BetOddsImplied Chance
To Win+25003.8%
Top 5 Finish+55015.4%
Top 10 Finish+26027.8%

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Jordan Spieth US Open Odds: Winner +2500 (Bet $100 to win $2500)

I think that these odds are great, as I said before he has arguably the highest ceiling in the field, and these odds show some nice value. He also showed a very impressive putting game his last time out, which plays well to the smaller greens here at the US Open. I think he has value as the outright winner and has a great course matchup.

Jordan Spieth US Open Odds: Top 5 Finish +550 (Bet $100 to win $550)

This play is the other one I would consider if you want some wiggle room. This is because he comes in either first or second on the regular when he is on, otherwise, he is not near the top five. With the great matchup listed above, this is a safer play than the outright winner.

Jordan Spieth US Open Odds: Top 10 Finish +260 (Bet $100 to win $260)

This line is tough, because part of me feels like it is a trap, and the other part sees it as a safe hedge to the top two. The trappy feel comes from the fact that he rarely finishes between 6-10 on the leaderboard, but rather in between 15-20 when he is not top five. With that being said, he has the fourth shortest odds to accomplish this because of his tendency to finish top-two. I would bet half on this and half on the top five if you felt inclined to be even safer, but this line doesn't hold much value.

US Open Odds

GolferUS Open Odds
Rory McIlroy+1000
Justin Thomas+1100
Jon Rahm+1200
Scottie Scheffler+1400
Xander Schauffele +1600
Patrick Cantlay+2000
Cameron Smith+2200
Jordan Spieth+2800
Dustin Johnson+2800
Collin Morikawa+3000
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Josh obtained his Master's in Sports Analytics from American University. He's a sports handicapper, writer, and stats nerd, as well as an MLB enthusiast. You can follow him on Twitter at @Josh_Weil.


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