2023 US Open Golf Odds, TV Schedule, Betting Preview

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The 2023 US Open tees off Thursday at the Los Angeles Country Club. There are 156 golfers set to compete at the 123rd edition of the tournament, which many view as the toughest to win of golf’s four majors. Like the other major events, there’s plenty of US Open odds to consider when placing your bets.

Headliners include current betting favorites Scottie Scheffler and Jon Rahm , as well as defending champion Matthew Fitzpatrick . Let’s take a closer look at the field and the latest US Open golf betting odds

Latest 2023 US Open odds 

The table below has odds from legal online sportsbooks for the 2023 US Open. If you see a bet that you want to place, just click on the odds to head to the sportsbook offering that wager. 

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Best odds to win for top US Open favorites

GolferCurrent Odds
Scottie Scheffler
Jon Rahm
Brooks Koepka
Rory McIlroy
Patrick Cantlay

Scheffler and Rahm are first and second in the Official World Golf Rankings. At this season’s first two majors, Rahm won the Masters, with Scheffler finishing in a tie for 10th. Scheffler tied for second at the PGA Championship, while Rahm struggled to tie for 50th.  

Koepka was the winner of the PGA Championship, carding a -9 to outpace Scheffler and Viktor Hovland. McIlroy is riding a streak of three consecutive top 10 finishes, including a tie for seventh at the PGA. Cantlay is fourth in the OWGR. He finished in a tie for 14th at the Masters and tied for ninth at the PGA. 

2023 US Open TV, live stream schedule

Golf’s US Open begins on Thursday and concludes on Sunday. The event will take place at the Los Angeles Country Club, a par 70 that stretches 7,426 yards. Broadcast coverage of the four-day event will be on NBC and its family of networks. Here’s a day-by-day look at where you can catch the main broadcast feed: 

The current US Open weather forecast is calling for moderate temperatures in the 60s and 70s with minimal winds for all four days. The top 60 players and ties will make the cut after the first two rounds. Looking back to last year’s event, 64 players advanced to play over the weekend, with the cut line at +3.  

Fitzpatrick aims for rare repeat

Defending champion Matthew Fitzpatrick is looking to join an exclusive club. To date, just seven golfers have managed to win back-to-back US Opens:

Fitzpatrick finished at -6 at last year’s event, a single stroke ahead of second-place finishers Scheffler and Will Zalatoris, who is out for the season with a back injury. Fitzpatrick tied for 10th at the recent Masters but failed to make the cut at the PGA Championship. 

McIlroy, Koepka lead list of past golf champions

The field for the US Open includes the winners of the last 10 tournaments:

Through 122 editions of the event, 22 golfers have claimed two or more US Open titles. From the above list, Koepka is already in that group and will be attempting to join an even more exclusive club of six who have won it three or more times.