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Dustin Johnson +2
Daniel Berger +3
Tony Finau +3
Brooks Koepka +3
Justin Rose +4
Henrik Stenson +5
Kiradech Aphibarnrat +6
Patrick Reed +6
Jim Furyk +6
Brian Gay +7
Dylan Meyer +7
Tyrrell Hatton +7
Branden Grace +7
Ian Poulter +7
Charley Hoffman +7

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betting
odds for the
US Open
Championship

Dustin Johnson 5/2
Brooks Koepka 7/2
Justin Rose 9/2
Tony Finau 7/1
Daniel Berger 8/1
Henrik Stenson 10/1
Patrick Reed 25/1
Branden Grace 50/1
Justin Thomas 66/1
Kiradech Aphibarnrat 66/1
Jim Furyk 80/1
Ian Poulter 100/1
Tyrrell Hatton 100/1
Charley Hoffman 125/1
Bryson Dechambeau 150/1
Brian Gay 200/1
Webb Simpson 200/1
Gary Woodland 300/1
Matthew Fitzpatrick 300/1
Xander Schauffele 300/1
Zach Johnson 300/1
Paul Casey 400/1
Tommy Fleetwood 400/1
Dylan Meyer 500/1
Francesco Molinari 500/1

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Review & Betting Guide for the US Open Championship

 

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The 118th US Open Championship will be played at Shinnecock Hills Golf Club, which was founded in 1891 and is the oldest incorporated golf club and was one of the five founding member clubs of the USGA.

The original twelve-hole golf course was designed by Willie Davis and expanded to eighteen holes in the spring of 1895. The original course was updated four times before the present course, designed by William Flynn and built by Dick Wilson opened for play in 1931.

The course utilises the natural topography of the Shinnecock Hills and is based on links courses in Britain and Ireland but the fairways and greens have a more inland/heathland feel to them. What does give it a links feel is the strong prevailing winds off the Atlantic to the southwest and the sandy rolling terrain and thick, reed-like grasses that border the fairways.

Recent changes to the course overseen by Coore & Crenshaw have seen widened fairways, expanded greens with new back tees and trees being removed. The course now measures 7,450 yards and with a Par 70 it’s a tough course when the wind blows.

Ben Hogan said of Shinnecock Hills and in a letter to a club member “Each hole is different and requires a great amount of skill to play properly. Each hole has complete definition. You know exactly where to shoot. All in all, I think it is one of the finest courses I have ever played.”




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I am away again this week in Switzerland so look out for our reviews of Golf Zuoz-Madulain, Golf Samedan, Kulm Golf and the Albana Hotel & Lodge in St Moritz in our “Play, Stay & Spa” section of the Christmas issue of PGR Magazine


My tips to Win:

Dustin Johnson 10/1 – with BlackType

Jason Day 18/1 – with SportingBet

Justin Rose 16/1 – with Bet365


Each-way tips:

Bubba Watson 75/1 – with BlackType

Louis Oosthuizen 66/1 – with Ladbrokes



Outside Tip:

Brandt Snedeker 125/1 – with SportingBet


Longer odds:

Try Charles Howell lll 200/1 – with SportingBet


As always good luck



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Featuring Tenerife, which is quickly becoming Europe’s latest golf destination with some wonderfully designed courses that you can play in under 4-hours!

For the non-golfers, there are hotels and spa reviews and a feature on Panama where Jane Finn finds out there is more to this beautiful country than a canal and hiding your money.

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