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US Open offers: Betting tips, sign-up deals and odds for 2022

By Andrew Francis

Published: 18:19, 15 June 2022

The US Open tees off on Thursday with the elite of the golfing world arriving in Massachusetts to vie for one of the biggest trophies in golf.

Last year’s winner, Jon Rahm, is among the favourites again this year but has failed to rediscover the form that brought him to glory in 2021. Rory McIlroy is the current betting favourite following his win at the Canadian Open last week whilst Justin Thomas is also being well backed at the right end of the market.

There are high hopes for a number of other players including Collin Morikawa and Cameron Smith but there is always the chance of a massive upset, especially with 14 amateurs qualifying for the competition this time around.

Read on to see the odds, offers and our tips ahead of one of the highlights in the golfing calendar.

The latest US outright odds for 2022

Player Sky Bet 888 Sport
Rory McIlroy 10/1 10/1
Justin Thomas 12/1 11/1
Jon Rahm 14/1 13/1
Scottie Scheffler 14/1 12/1
Cameron Smith 20/1 20/1
Matthew Fitzpatrick 22/1 25/1
Patrick Cantlay 22/1 22/1
Xander Schauffele 22/1 22/1
Collin Morikawa 25/1 25/1
Jordan Spieth 25/1 25/1
Sam Burns 25/1 25/1
Shane Lowry 25/1 25/1
Will Zalatoris 25/1 25/1
Viktor Hovland 28/1 28/1
Joaquin Niemann 33/1 30/1
You have to be 18+ to gamble. All odds within this article are accurate at the time of writing (00:00, 00/00/2022). BeGambleAware.

888 Sport Offer: How to get £30 in free bets on the US Open (+£10 casino bonus)

Min deposit £/€/$10 • A qualifying bet is a ‘real money’ stake of at least £/€/$10 • Min odds 1/2 (1.50) • Free Bets credited upon qualifying bet settlement and expire after 7 days • Free Bet stakes not included in returns • Casino Bonus must be claimed within 7 days • To withdraw bonus/related wins, wager the bonus amount 40 times within 14 days • Casino Bonus expires after 60 days • Withdrawal restrictions, payment methods, country & full T&Cs apply. 18+ only. Be Gamble Aware.


Sky Bet Offer: £30 in free bets when you place any bet 

New Customers only. First single & E/W bet only. 5p minimum stake. 3 x £10 Bet Tokens. Free Bet stakes not included in returns. Free Bets exclude virtuals. Free Bets are non withdrawable. No Free Bet expiry. Eligibility restrictions and further T&Cs apply. 18+. Be Gamble Aware.


Bet365 Offer: How to get up to £50 in free bets

  • Open an account (here’s a link)
  • Make a qualifying deposit of between £5* and £10*
  • Claim the offer to receive five times your deposit in ‘Free Bets’.
  •  To release your ‘Free Bets’, place qualifying bets to the value of the your qualifying deposit and allow those bets to settle.
  • Your ‘Free Bets’ will become available shortly after your qualifying bets have settled
  • To use your ‘Free Bets’, select ‘Use bet credits in the bet slip’.

18+ only. Be Gamble Aware. Time limits and Ts&Cs apply (see above and Bet365’s sign-up page).


Live Score Offer: Bet £10, Get £20 on the US Open

*New members. £10 min deposit & bet on sportsbook, placed & settled at 1.5 min odds within 14 days of sign-up. Win part of E/W bets. 2 non-withdrawable £10 Free Bet Tokens: accept in 7 days, valid for 7 days from crediting (ex. E/Ws & Multiples), stakes not returned. Click here for Rules & Exclusions. Bet Responsibly. BeGambleAware.org


SBK Offer: How to get £30 in free bets on the US Open

*18+ only. Be Gamble Aware. New UK, IE & Malta users only. Min. £10/€10 first deposit only using Debit Card or Trustly. Free bets expire in 90 days. T&Cs apply..


Betfair Offer: How to get £30 in free bets for the US Open

*New customers place £50 worth of bets to receive £20 in free bets. Repeat up to 5 times to receive maximum £100. Min odds 1.2 (1/5). Multiple bets included. Exchange bets excluded. Payment restrictions apply. T&Cs apply. 18+ only. begambleaware.org


Who will win the US Open in 2022? The leading contenders

Jon Rahm (14/1 at Sky Bet): The current world number two hasn’t been in his usual imperious form recently but still managed to win the Mexican Open in May. TheLines.com sums up the way Rahm should be viewed at this year’s tournament really well on their podcast when they said ‘..because of the success of Rory (McIlroy) and (Justin) Thomas lately, Rahm falls to around 15s[…], he’s more interesting for me because of the US Open form off the tee’.

The winner in 2021, should certainly be there or thereabouts on the final day and his price definitely appeals more than the shorter prices of Thomas and McIlroy.

Collin Morikawa (25/1 at Sky Bet):The 25-year-old, 2-time Major champion has immediately come out the gates to prove his game peaks in Major championships. With ten Majors under his belt now, he’s made it through the cut all but once with five top-10s over that span’. TheLines.com have made it clear; Morikawa has all of the experience at the top level to make it far in this competition.

He’s struggled recently but The Country Club suits his style, with a relatively short 7,200 yards in total putting an emphasis on accuracy and that could mean success for the American.

Max Homa (40/1 at Sky Bet) The biggest of our selections but perhaps the most interesting. ‘Safe to say Homa might be one of the best players in the world currently. His ball striking has been elite, and most importantly the putter has really been rolling. He’s missed all three cuts at U.S. Opens, but it’s clear he’s a better player now and could contend at Brookline.’ TheLines.com have put it much more eloquently than I could. 

If Homa hits the ground running, he could see plenty of success off the tee this week.

 

 

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