Patrick Reed competence have won a season’s initial major, though that doesn’t meant he’s a favorite to win a subsequent one.
According to a Westgate SuperBook, a contingent of Dustin Johnson, Rory McIlroy and Jordan Spieth, during 10-1 each, are a favorites to win a U.S. Open being hold this year during Shinnecock Hills Golf Club in Southampton, New York.
Reed binds off Fowler, Spieth to win Masters
Patrick Reed won his initial vital pretension on Sunday during a Masters, outlasting Rickie Fowler by one cadence and staving off a large quip by Jordan Spieth.
Patrick Reed doesn’t caring what we consider — he’s a Masters champion
Rory McIlroy attempted mind games. Rickie Fowler and Jordan Spieth pushed their competition to a violation point. Even fans were opposite a internal leader. But Patrick Reed brushed them all aside to win his initial major, during Augusta no less.
Despite descending brief again, Rickie Fowler says ‘I’m prepared to win a major’
There wasn’t most some-more Rickie Fowler could have finished this weekend to put himself in a using for a immature jacket. But notwithstanding again descending brief of Major No. 1, he says he’s even some-more prepared to mangle by in 2018.
McIlroy has not won a vital given 2014, though a new run of good golf has him a favorite along with a 2015 leader of a contest (Spieth) and a 2016 leader (Johnson).
Behind them during 12-1 is Justin Thomas, leader of final season’s PGA Championship.
Jason Day has 14-1 odds, and Rickie Fowler and Jon Rahm are during 16-1. Fowler, who is still looking for his initial feat in a major, finished a cadence behind during a Masters. Rahm finished fourth during Augusta.
While those group were all chasing Reed during a Masters, during 30-1, he finds himself with worse contingency to win subsequent month’s major. Even Tiger Woods, who has shown a lapse to form after years mislaid to injury, is adored forward of Reed, with 25-1 odds. Woods has won a U.S. Open 3 times, though it has been 10 years given his final pretension during a event.
All 4 vital titles are now hold by Americans, with Brooks Koepka (40-1) anticipating to urge his U.S. Open championship when play starts Thursday, Jun 14.