U.S OPEN: THE BEST 13 PICKS TO WIN AT SHINNECOCK HILLS.
For the fifth time this June Shinnecock hills has hosted the U.S open head. It is amazing since it’s been fourteen years ago (2004) since it last hosted the great championship. This is what makes it unique and more over the course in Shinnecock has been elongated by 449 yards. There is a lot of difference as to the way it is now compared to before.
Here is the current odd ranking of the participants of the U.S Open picks.
- Jordan Spieth (16/1) No 6
Jordan Spieth is not to be messed with although he failed to impress at the memorial. Less than a foot he missed a putt, this can happen to anyone and by the way Jordan’s own weakness is in short distance putt. His really working on his weakness so such miss a foot away from a putt would rarely repeat itself again.
- Patrick Reed (30/1) No 7
Reed has been a frequent and determined trainer; he is fully ready to trample on anyone who decides to stand as an obstacle on his way to the top. That green jacket has proven to mean victory for him each time he puts it on. Yes, he has really been a tough guy in that jacket. The masters and U.S Open has been won by 6 golfers in one season and he is in for a real deal.
- Phil Mickeson (25/1) No 9
Phil has made the runner up for the 6th time in the U.S open. He has proven himself worthy to take the bull by the horn. His fans have no fear since he has proven them that his capable at the WGC-Mexico Championship including a final round 65 in Memphis. 14 years ago was a painful time for great Phil but going back into his past will be hazardous to his unflinching desires to win. Retief Goosen was tied to Phil, and eventually became the winner of the event. Congrats to Phil as he turns 48 this Saturday which coincidentally happens to be the U.S Open. Turning 48 makes him close to three years older than Hale Irwin, the oldest tournament winner. Its really an incredible record for Phil to complete the Grand slam.
- Tiger Wood (18/1) No 18
At the memorial vintage, Tiger Wood ball striking was too powerful to go unnoticed. Who doesn’t know the Tiger. For him not to be listed makes the list certainly untrue. Tigers putting were excellent and he is all good to go. He still possess the spirit of winning and he who try’s to stands in his way will certainly get to taste what it means to be bitten by a Tiger.
- Rory McIlroy (12/1)
He has tremendously improved in his putting skills and on a pace to become his 39th carrier best strikes. Rory surprisingly has more missed cuts than the top 20 finishes. Despite that he is all good to go.
- Jon Rahm (20/1)
Jon has contended for a major. Following the fourth finishing position in April at the masters, as a professional, last year he threw out temper tantrum on the verge of missing the cut at Erin hills.
It’s been roughly two years into the Spanish guy’s profession al carrier and has won two PGA tour and on the European tour another thrice outstanding victories. The Spaniard has been so great that he ranked the second in the planet. We are not far from the truth, something similar could happen this year in Shinnecocks.
- Tommy Fleetwood (40/1) No 13
Tommy emerged fourth just the previous year at the U.S Open. If this hot striking mercenary can do 40 to 1 odds, he is sure going to be one of the favorite guy on the board. His +129 ranked 31st even though putting is quite a challenge for him.
- Brooks Koekpa (20/1) No 10
Brooks is undoubtedly the U.S defending champion although he started slow due to an injury on his wrist yet in the past five round he’s fired 63s. He was a runner up at the colonial.
- Rickie Fowler (14/1) No 5
Very consistent is the Famous Rickie. Fowler in April at the master nearly won his first major. He is bubbling and ready beat face the great task ahead. Fowler is made famous with this phrase , “That guy who nearly won his first major”. And that why he is too dangerous to be messed with and am quite sure if he puts in all energy to the game he might claim the title.
- Justin Thomas (14/1) No 3
Justin is probably and in no doubt the most well rounded player right now in the game of golf. He spent few weeks as no I before the title fell off him. According to J.T Thomas and Rickie shots were the easiest 65s ever.
- Jason Day (16/1) No 2
Ready for another round? Doesn’t it feel good for Aussie. Since stat 2004 he works real hard to post one of the best strike gained ?putting season. Before finishing, J.S at the player day
- Dustin Johnson(8/1) No 4
Dustin hits the straightest of all the long hitters and has a record for that and this helped him to be among the T-4 runner-up, win in thrice of the U.S opens and last year missed the cut at Erin hills. Dustin is at the presently the odds on favorite. Accuracy thus brought him far. He kept his records for solid 64 weeks. Real surprising, isn’t it? The question is when will the second major become his?
- Justin Rose (14/1) No 2
The month of January would have been the most profitable and favorable for Rose if this event was held then. Rose finished the top 10 in 10 world -wide consecutive event followed by three big victories and also a recent win at the colonial makes him among the best on the board