US Open Championship Preview and Betting Offers, 13th-16th June 2019 – 10 PLACES for each way bets!
It’s the third major of the season this week with the US Open Championship taking place at Pebble Beach, California. And if you’re looking for the best betting offers, look no further: you can get paid on each way bets to 10 places with some top bookies!
US Open Championship Enhanced Odds and Betting Offers
Enhanced Each Way Terms
As standard almost all the golf betting sites we feature pay each way US PGA bets at 1/4 the odds for a top five finish. However, some of the best bookies will be offering enhanced each way terms and we’ll detail those here as they are released.
- CORAL – PAYING TO 10 PLACES – TERMS: 18+.UK+IRE Only. Applies to bets placed on the US Open Championship pre-tournament outright market. Each way bets paid to 10 places at 1/5 place odds. T&Cs apply – CLAIM NOW
- BETFAIR – PAYING TO 10 PLACES – TERMS: 10 places instead of 6 places on the US Open Championship 2019. Pre-tournament bets only. 1/5 odds on e/w bets. Dead heat rules apply. Betfair golf rules apply. T&Cs apply – CLAIM NOW
- BET365 – paying to 8 places – TERMS: 1/5 odds for E/W bets. “Winner” market only. Pre-tournament bets. Dead heat rules apply. T&Cs apply – CLAIM NOW
US Open Betting Tips 2019
Note: odds are correct at the time of writing and are subject to change.
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US Open Championship 2019 Tips and Betting Offers, 13th – 16th June 2019, Pebble Beach, California
When the PGA Tour’s hierarchy decided to make significant changes to their schedule for the 2018/19 season they knew some things were sacrosanct. They were able to shorten the season and even shunt the PGA Championship from August to May but there was no chance of the US Open moving from its traditional June slot. Tradition will be one of the buzzwords this week as America’s national golf championship returns to Pebble Beach Golf Links for the sixth time, joined by the very best golfers in the world.
US Open Betting Tips
- Jordan Spieth to win at 20/1 with bet365
- Francesco Molinari each way at 33/1 with Ladbrokes
The US Open is, for many golf fans, the highlight of the year. That places a lot of pressure on the shoulders of the USGA, the amateur organisation who host the tournament. After a series of missteps in areas such as venue selection, course set up and rules enforcement, the general feeling is that they cannot get it wrong at Pebble Beach. The Californian coastal links is one of the best known golf courses in the world and is sure to live up to the billing of hosting what should be an excellent renewal of the US Open.
There are any number of compelling storylines to analyse heading into the 2019 US Open. Brooks Koepka is looking to complete a hat-trick of consecutive wins, Rory McIlroy played some of his best golf last week with a dominant Canadian Open win and then there’s Tiger Woods’s return to the scene of arguably his greatest ever triumph.
Pebble Beach is a public course which attracts holidaying golf fans from around the world for much of the year. When the world’s best players come to town though it changes drastically with incredibly thick rough and rock hard greens adding the challenge posed by tight landing zones and serious undulations. Woods showed the value of respecting Pebble Beach in 2000 when he won the US Open by an incredible 15 shots. He took no risks off the tee and played into the centre of the greens to cope with one of golf’s sternest tests as the competition melted away.
It will take a similar approach to win this year’s renewal. That may hamstring some of those at the top of the betting but could be exactly what Jordan Spieth needs. The 2015 US Open champion has struggled badly off the tee this year but he’s getting back to his best and could benefit from a defensive strategy at Pebble Beach. He knows the course very well as a regular competitor in the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am and has shown time and time again his propensity for playing well on tough golf courses so is a good bet to return to the winner’s circle at 20/1 with bet365.
Francesco Molinari is another player who will relish the challenge of Pebble Beach. The reigning Open champion hasn’t been quite at his best this season and made some crucial mistakes when in contention in the final round at the Masters but he will keep his ball in play off the tee and will hit world class approach shots all day long. From there it’s a matter of dealing with the pressure and putting well which is right up the alley of the 33/1 shot with Ladbrokes.