The U.S. Open takes place this Thursday-Sunday at The Country Club in Brookline, Massachusetts. One thing is certain: the course will test players as no other during the year.
Remember, this is a USGA event and not a part of the PGA Tour schedule. That means the players who are suspended for joining the LIV Tour will be able to play against their fellow competitors.
Will a LIV player win or will the third major of the year go to another player?
The odds show a co-favorites for the event with Jon Rahm and Rory McIlroy each listed at 13-1. Those are tempting because there are not many – if any – sports events where you would get such juicy odds on the chalk.
Justin Thomas sits behind the top pair with odds of 15-1. He is coming off a tie for second place in the Canadian Open. Thomas and Tony Finau were two shots back of … McIlroy, who shot a final round 62.
Other players to consider in this event are Brooks Koepka (21-1), Jordan Spieth (19-1) and Masters champ Scottie Scheffler (17-1).
Those LIV players who will be on the course include Dustin Johnson (23-1), Patrick Reed (67-1), Phil Mickelson (151-1) and Ian Poulter (81-1).
Remember, Tiger Woods has opted to let his body heal to get read for the British Open next month and will skip this event.
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