Patrick Reed's 2021 US Open Odds, Betting Preview & Predictions

Patrick Reedy’s odds to win the 2021 US Open and the best prop bets available
Samuel Farley
Wed, June 16, 12:50 PM EDT

Patrick Reed US Open Odds

You either love him or you hate him but you simply can't ignore Patrick Reed. Ahead of this week's US Open at Torrey Pines you'd be especially stupid to ignore Patrick Reed, with many experts believing that he could be back to win another major.

We’ve listed the major sportsbooks below with their Patrick Reed US Open odds.

Patrick Reed US Open Odds Book By Book

DraftKings Sportsbook: +2200

FanDuel Sportsbook: +2900

William Hill Sportsbook: +2500

BetMGM: +2500

PointsBet: +2900

Resorts Casino Sportsbook: +2500

As you can see here, the odds on Patrick Reed to win the US Open vary. If you wagered $10 on McIlroy with PointsBet (who offer the best odds) and he wins, your bet would return $300. However, if you bet $10 on Johnson at the worst odds with DraftKings, your bet would return just $230.  That’s $70 difference on one bet just by taking the best odds on the market.

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Patrick Reed US Open Odds: Prop Bets

When wagering week-to-week on the PGA Tour golf, you don’t have to just place outright win-only bets, there’s plenty more special markets or prop bets available. We’ve listed out the most popular for Patrick Reed below.

Patrick Reed First Round Leader: +4000

Patrick Reed Top 10 Finish: +240

Patrick Reed Top American: +1600

Patrick Reed Top 20 Finish: +100

Patrick Reed US Open Record

Patrick Reed’s Record: T35-T14-Cut-T13-4-T32-T13

Patrick Reed may only have a best finish in the US Open of 4th but given he's only failed to make the cut once it does feel like he's a player worth backing. 

2021 US Open Predictions: Patrick Reed Preview

Could we see Patrick Reed add a second major to the green jacket he won in 2018? He's not one of the top favorites but there's every possibility that the charismatic 30-year old could improve on his US Open best of 4th. The Texan is one to watch here.

Sam Farley
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A lifelong football and basketball fan with years of experience in the sports gambling industry, Sam is known for his incredibly deep knowledge of all things NFL and NBA
Mar 2021
Record
Wins
13
Losses
6
Push
0
ROI
71.4%
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