2022 US Open Odds – Betting Picks and Favorites


The 2022 U.S. Open starts in just about three weeks (first round is June 16), and it is a good time to start checking out the futures markets to see if any lines are available that stand out.


The field is not 100% yet, but qualifying is under way across the United States and a qualifying tournament in Japan. Keeping this in mind, be sure to read the rules of different sportsbooks and how they handle futures bets. Most sportsbooks do not refund future outright wagers even if the golfer does not end up qualifying for the tournament. 

2022 U.S. Open Betting Odds

Let’s take a look at the top of the betting board for U.S. Open betting odds over at DraftKings Sportsbook (6/9/22).

Golfer Odds
Scottie Scheffler 1100
Jon Rahm 1200
Justin Thomas 1200
Collin Morikawa 1400
Rory McIlroy 1400
Dustin Johnson 1800
Xander Schauffele 1800
Cameron Smith 1800
Brooks Koepka 2000
Patrick Cantlay 2200
Jordan Spieth 2200
Will Zalatoris 2500
Viktor Hovland 2500
Matthew Fitzpatrick 3000
Tony Finau 3500
Sam Burns 3500
Bryson DeChambeau 3500
Shane Lowry 3500
Hideki Matsuyama 3500
Daniel Berger 4000
Cameron Young 4000
Joaquin Niemann 4000
Tyrrell Hatton 4000
Louis Oosthuizen 4000
Webb Simpson 5000
Tommy Fleetwood 5000
Billy Horschel 5000
Mito Pereira 5000
Abraham Ancer 6000
Max Homa 6500
Sebastian Munoz 6500
Harris English 6500
Tom Hoge 6500
Corey Conners 6500

Be sure to check out FTN Bets Prop Shop Tool to make sure you’re always getting the best odds – it is free to use.


Who are the favorites for the 2022 U.S. Open? 

  • Scottie Scheffler +1100
  • Jon Rahm +1200
  • Justin Thomas +1200
  • Collin Morikawa +1400
  • Rory McIlroy +1400

2022 U.S. Open Picks

To see who myself and the other golf experts are betting, be sure to check out the PGA Bet Tracker, which is updated every time we make a new pick.

FTN Bets PGA Bet Tracker U.S. Open

2022 U.S. Open Course and Tournament Information

Check out this video posted by the USGA.

The 2022 U.S. Open will take place at The Country Club in Brookline, Mass. 

The tournament is four rounds, starting Thursday, June 16 and ending June 19. 

According to the USAG, the course will play as a Par 71 (7,264 yards).

When and Where to Watch the U.S. Open

When: June 16-19
Where: The Country Club in Brookline, Mass.
How to watch: NBC & USA Network
Streaming: Peacock
Bonus: On what many call the “longest day in golf,” the Golf Channel will have 10 hours of live coverage Monday, June 6, showing some coverage and reporting on how the final qualifying tournaments are ending and who is winning their way into the U.S. Open field. (And hopefully one of them will be FTN’s own Alex Blickle, who has moved on from his first qualifying tournament!)

How to bet on the 2022 U.S. Open

  • DraftKings
  • Caesars
  • BetMGM
  • BetRivers
  • FanDuel
  • PointsBet
  • Unibet
  • Tipico
  • DRF

Past U.S. Open Champions

  • 2021 – Jon Rahm
  • 2020 – Bryson DeChambeau
  • 2019 – Gary Woodland
  • 2018 – Brooks Koepka
  • 2017 – Brooks Koepka
  • 2016 – Dustin Johnson
  • 2015 – Jordan Spieth
  • 2014 – Martin Kaymer
  • 2013 – Justin Rose
  • 2012 – Webb Simpson
  • 2011 – Rory McIlroy
  • 2010 – Graeme McDowell

Who Qualifies for the U.S. Open? 

The U.S. Open is unique in that literally anybody with a USGA Handicap index no larger than 1.4 can enter qualifying to try and earn their way into the field (male or female). The field will be 156 players, half of which is made up from fully exempt golfers and the rest filled from qualifying tournaments. 

Below are the current exempt categories:

  • Winners of the U.S. Open for the last 10 years
  • Winner and runner-up from the previous year’s U.S. Amateur and winners of the previous year’s U.S. Junior Amateur and U.S. Mid-Amateur
  • The runner-up from the U.S. Amateur, the winner of the U.S. Junior Amateur, and U.S. Mid-Amateur must remain an amateur.
  • The winner of the U.S. Amateur, however, may turn professional after winning the U.S. Amateur and retain his eligibility.
  • Winner of the previous year’s Amateur Championship
  • The previous year’s Mark H. McCormack Medal winner for the top-ranked amateur golfer in the world
  • Winners of each of Masters Tournament, Open Championship and PGA Championship for the last five years
  • Winners of the last three Players Championships
  • Winner of the current year’s BMW PGA Championship
  • Winner of the last U.S. Senior Open
  • Players who win multiple U.S. PGA Tour events during the time between tournaments, provided the tournaments each offer 500 or more points to the winner, and are not opposite-field events.
  • In the year after the Olympic golf tournament, the reigning men’s gold medalist
  • Top 10 finishers and ties from the previous year’s U.S. Open
  • Players who qualified for the previous year’s Tour Championship
  • The top 60 in the Official World Golf Ranking (OWGR) as of two weeks before the start of the tournament
  • The top 60 in the OWGR as of the tournament date
  • The top player in the PGA Tour second-tier developmental series points, based on combined points from the Regular Season and Finals, from the previous season (starting in 2023)
  • Special exemptions selected by the USGA
  • All remaining spots after the second top 60 OWGR cutoff date filled by alternates from qualifying tournaments.
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