US Open Golf Betting Tips 2019 - Final Round

Who will survive the toughest test of the season and take the glory?

US Open Golf Betting Tips

The toughest week on tour is back, and the world’s best have all travelled to Pebble Beach in California, check out who we think can survive with these US Open Golf Betting Tips

US Open Golf Betting Tips 2019

The third Major of the golf season is upon us, with the US Open (opens in new tab) being played at Pebble Beach (opens in new tab), California.

Rory McIlroy is the form horse coming into the event with a victory at the RBC Canadian Open (opens in new tab) just last weekend. He is 9/1 favourite alongside defending champion Brooks Koepka and World Number two Dustin Johnson.

The course at Pebble Beach, an obviously cliff top challenge, with small greens being protected by the prevailing winds and penal rough.

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Last year Brooks Koepka defended his title at Shinnecock Hills (opens in new tab), and since then has won two more Majors at the USPGA Championship - he should perhaps be the outright favourite, but due to the popularity of others, such as Tiger Woods and McIlroy, he never appears to get the short odds he perhaps deserves.

The GM Tipster has been having another solid season, check out his profit so far this year at our golf betting tips (opens in new tab) homepage.

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US Open Tee Times

US Open Tee Times 2019 – Round Four

Woodland and Rose are out at 10.30pm BST

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US Open TV Coverage 2019

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We still have Rory McIlroy  in position to potentially win another US Open - he is now 10/1 - five shots back.

There is still good each way money to be had for some of the players a little way back.

Final Round Bets

Louis Oosthuizen 5 points to win at 12/1 with Sportnation.bet (opens in new tab) The South African needs Rose and Woodland to slip up. Which could well happen with it being a US Open at Pebble Beach.

Henrik Stenson 1 point each way at 125/1 with Sportnation.bet (opens in new tab) –The Swede needs to get some help from other players slipping up and then shoot a round in the mid 60s. Worth a punt at these odds.

Post Cut Bets

Matt Kuchar 4 points each way at 24/1 with Sportnation.bet (opens in new tab) – The FedEx Cup ranking leader has obviously had a good year, but also tarnished with a bit of controversy. He is just five back.

Matt Wallace 2 points each way at 40/1 with Sportnation.bet (opens in new tab) – The Englishman tees it up with Brooks Koepka tonight and I think this will really inspire him. He is also only five back and these odds look good when you build in the each way.

Tiger Woods 2 points each way at 60/1 with Sportnation.bet (opens in new tab) – We have had a 65 shot on Thursday and Friday and Woods may need something similar to get him back into the tournament. Feel like he has a big round coming.

Rickie Fowler 1 point each way at 200/1 with Sportnation,bet (opens in new tab) – Rickie had a day to forget on Friday shooting a six over par 77. I am backing him to get those shots back over the next few days.

Post Round 1 Bets

Dustin Johnson 4 points each way at 24/1 with Sportnation.bet (opens in new tab) – DJ was the pre tournament favourite and had an ok round of level par in round 1. I think he is still well in the tournament and these odds at this point of the tournament are a gift.

Jon Rahm 3 points each way at 33/1 with Sportnation.bet (opens in new tab) – The Spaniard got off to a flyer early in round one, and although a few bogeys late on he shot a two-under par 69. Looks in good form and getting him at these odds is a temptation I can't pass.

Jason Day 2 points each way at 50/1 with Sportnation.bet (opens in new tab) – The Australian has Steve Williams on the bag and is looking confident. Currently one under, so well in the tournament.

Tommy Fleetwood 1 point each way at 100/1 with Sportnation.bet (opens in new tab) –  Bogeyed his final two holes yesterday to drop down the leaderboard. Still he is at level par and has the game to play solid for the next three rounds.

Pre Tournament Bets

Rory McIlroy 10 points to win at 9/1 with Sportnation.bet (opens in new tab) – Rory looked to be in such a good place in Canada last week that I can only see him putting together a good tournament again this week at Pebble Beach. He has got an amazing record in 2019 with 10 top 10s including two wins.

Francesco Molinari 3 points each way at 30/1 with Sportnation.bet (opens in new tab) – Shocked to see him at these odds – 7th in the world three top tens this year including a win at the Arnold Palmer Invitational. Hasn't had a huge amount of success at Pebble Beach, but he has the game to conquer any course.

Phil Mickelson 2 points each way at 50/1 with Sportnation.bet (opens in new tab) – I am backing Lefty to make a run at completing the Major Grand Slam. He has finished second in the US Open on 6 occasions, was 4th the last time the Major was played at Pebble, won the Pebble Beach Pro-Am this year and he has some pretty tasty odds to boot!

Sergio Garcia 2 points each way at 66/1 with Sportnation.bet (opens in new tab) – The Spaniard has had three missed cuts and two top 5s in the last 5 events he has played. Is very up and down in form. Has always had the potential to do well in US Opens, with five top 10s over the years, and he was 22nd the last time it was played at Pebble. These odds are too good to be ignored.

Si Woo Kim 1 point each way at 125/1 with Sportnation.bet (opens in new tab) – Was 4th at this year's Pebble Beach Pro-Am - and has had three top 10s in total this season. Has the temperament to put together 72 holes of solid golf if his game is on song.

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