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Rory McIlroy’s odds to win the 2021 US Open and the best prop bets available

Rory McIlroy US Open Odds

It feels like we've been waiting for Rory McIlroy to win another major for ages but could is happen this week at the US Open? When he won this event in 2011 you'd have been certain that he'd be back alongside the trophy again soon but it's yet to happen. With his abiility you have take him seriously this week at Torrey Pines.

We’ve listed the major sportsbooks below with their Rory McIlroy US Open odds.

Rory McIlroy US Open Odds Book By Book

DraftKings Sportsbook: +2000

FanDuel Sportsbook: +1900

William Hill Sportsbook: +2200

BetMGM: +2000

PointsBet: +2000

Resorts Casino Sportsbook: +2000

As you can see here, the odds on Rory McIlroy to win the US Open vary. If you wagered $10 on McIlroy with William Hill (who offer the best odds) and he wins, your bet would return $230. However, if you bet $10 on Johnson at the worst odds with FanDuel, your bet would return just $200.  That’s $30 difference on one bet just by taking the best odds on the market.

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Rory McIlroy 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 Rory McIlroy below.

Rory McIlroy First Round Leader: +3300

Rory McIlroy Top 10 Finish: +200

Rory McIlroy Top GB & Ireland: +333

Rory McIlroy Top Former Winner: +550

Rory McIlroy US Open Record

Rory McIlroy’s Record: Cut-1-Cut-T41-T23-T9-Cut-Cut-Cut-T9-T8

Rory McIroy is one of the best players in the game but besides that 2011 victory his record isn't that great, with only 4 Top 10 finishes and more worringly he has failed to make the cut on 5 occasions.

2021 US Open Predictions: Rory McIlroy Preview

We saw Rory McIlroy win at Wells Fargo and it does feel like he's soon going to get himself back into contention for a major. Whether it's the US Open is another question, with Rory McIlroy's recent record suggesting that he might be very hit-or-miss in this event.

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