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Updated U.S. Open 2022 Odds, Field: Rory McIlroy Favored After Win Over Justin Thomas

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Michael Reaves/Getty Images. Pictured: Rory McIlroy.

  • Rory McIlroy is the consensus betting favorite for the 2022 U.S. Open.
  • McIlroy won the tournament back in 2011 and is favored after winning last week's RBC Canadian Open.
  • Check out updated odds as of early Monday afternoon below.

U.S. Open 2022 Odds

Odds via PointsBet as of Monday at 1 p.m. ET.

Rory McIlroy+1000
Justin Thomas+1100
Scottie Scheffler+1300
Jon Rahm+1400
Cameron Smith+2200
Jordan Spieth+2200
Patrick Cantlay+2200
Xander Schauffele+2200
Collin Morikawa+2500
Matthew Fitzpatrick+2500
Sam Burns+2500
Will Zalatoris+2500
Shane Lowry+2800
Viktor Hovland+2800
Joaquin Niemann+3300
Tony Finau+3300
Billy Horschel+4000
Brooks Koepka+4000
Cameron Young+4000
Daniel Berger+4000
Dustin Johnson+4000
Hideki Matsuyama+4000
Im Sung-jae+4000
Max Homa+4000
Corey Conners+5000
Mito Guillermo Pereira+5000
Tommy Fleetwood+5000
Justin Rose+6000
Davis Riley+6600
Louis Oosthuizen+6600
Aaron Wise+7000
Abraham Ancer+7000
Tyrrell Hatton+7000
Harold Varner III+8000
Keegan Bradley+8000
Patrick Reed+8000
Talor Gooch+8000
Webb Simpson+8000
Bryson DeChambeau+9000
Adam Scott+10000
Jason Kokrak+10000
Seamus Power+10000
Brian Harman+12500
Gary Woodland+12500
Marc Leishman+12500
Russell Henley+12500
Sebastian Munoz+12500
Sergio Garcia+12500
Si Woo Kim+12500
Adam Hadwin+15000
Alexander Noren+15000
Francesco Molinari+15000
Harris English+15000
Kevin Na+15000
Kyoung-Hoon Lee+15000
Luke List+15000
Thomas Pieters+15000
Tom Hoge+15000
Branden Grace+20000
Cameron Tringale+20000
Denny McCarthy+20000
Kevin Kisner+20000
Lanto Griffin+20000
Lucas Herbert+20000
Mackenzie Hughes+20000
Phil Mickelson+20000
Sam Horsfield+20000
Victor Perez+20000
Adri Arnaus+25000
Erik Van Rooyen+25000
Joel Dahmen+25000
Matthew NeSmith+25000
Patrick Rodgers+25000
Ryan Fox+25000
Scott Stallings+25000
Sepp Straka+25000
Stewart Cink+25000
Wyndham Clark+25000
Beau Hossler+30000
Joo-Hyung Kim+30000
Kurt Kitayama+30000
Min Woo Lee+30000
Nick Taylor+30000
Thorbjorn Olesen+30000
Troy Merritt+30000
Danny Lee+35000
Adam Schenk+40000
Guido Migliozzi+40000
Joseph Bramlett+40000
Kalle Samooja+40000
Kevin Chappell+40000
M. J. Daffue+40000
Marcel Schneider+40000
Nick Hardy+40000
Richard Mansell+40000
Rikuya Hoshino+40000
Sean Crocker+40000
Shaun Norris+40000
Taylor Montgomery+40000
Wil Besseling+40000
Adrien Dumont de Chassart+50000
Andrew Beckler+50000
Andrew D. Putnam+50000
Andrew Novak+50000
Austin Greaser+50000
Ben Lorenz+50000
Benjamin Silverman+50000
Bo Hoag+50000
Brady Calkins+50000
Brandon Matthews+50000
Brian Stuard+50000
Caleb Manuel+50000
Callum Tarren+50000
Chan Kim+50000
Charles Reiter+50000
Chase Seiffert+50000
Chris Naegel+50000
Christopher Gotterup+50000
Daijiro Izumida+50000
David Lingmerth+50000
Davis Shore+50000
Erik Barnes+50000
Fran Quinn+50000
Fred Biondi+50000
Grayson Murray+50000
Harry Hall+50000
Hayden Buckley+50000
Isaiah Salinda+50000
James Piot+50000
Jediah Morgan+50000
Jesse Mueller+50000
Jinichiro Kozuma+50000
Jonas Blixt+50000
Keita Nakajima+50000
Keith Greene+50000
Laird Shepherd+50000
Luke Gannon+50000
Matt McCarty+50000
Maxwell Moldovan+50000
Michael Thorbjornsen+50000
Nicholas Dunlap+50000
Richard Bland+50000
Roger Sloan+50000
Ryan Gerard+50000
Sam Bennett+50000
Sam Stevens+50000
Satoshi Kodaira+50000
Sean Jacklin+50000
Sebastian Soderberg+50000
Stewart Hagestad+50000
Todd Sinnott+50000
Tomoyasu Sugiyama+50000
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After a stellar showing at the RBC Canadian Open and holding off Justin Thomas, Rory McIlroy entered U.S. Open week as the betting favorite.

On Sunday night, McIlroy was 12-1 at BetMGM and PointsBet, followed by Jon Rahm, Scottie Scheffler and Thomas. PLAYERS Championship winner Cameron Smith was the only other player at 20-1 or lower at BetMGM, and he’s joined at 20-1 by Xander Schauffele at PointsBet.

McIlroy was in the top 10 at both the Masters and PGA Championship, and entered the RBC Canadian Open with three top-10s in his previous four stops. He added to that stellar record with a win in Ontario, defending his title at the tournament.

Rahm enters the week with three top-10 finishes in his last five starts, including a win at last month’s Mexico Open. His next start was a T48 at the PGA Championship, which Thomas came out of nowhere to win at Southern Hills Country Club in Tulsa.

Scheffler’s impressive record as a professional in major championships took a hit when he missed the cut at the PGA Championship. Still, he has finished in the top 20 in seven of eight major-championship starts as a professional, including a T7 last year at Torrey Pines, where Rahm won his first major.

Thomas has been red hot this year, with seven top-10s in 12 starts entering the RBC Canadian Open, and he made it eight out of 13 with his third-place finish. The two-time PGA Championship winner has gone T8 and T19 in his last two U.S. Open starts.

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Course Preview

The Country Club hasn’t hosted a major since 1988, when Curtis Strange beat Nick Faldo in a playoff to win the U.S. Open. It did host the 1999 Ryder Cup, which Justin Leonard famously won for the United States, and the 2013 U.S. Amateur, which was won by Matt Fitzpatrick.

Unlike past U.S. Opens, The Country Club is not going to be a test that involves overwhelming length.

Last year, the South Course at Torrey Pines measured just shy of 7,700 yards. Players will face a different test this week with a par-70 track in Brookline.

The Country Club measures 7,264 yards, which sounds much lighter, but it will present the typical challenges that comes with a U.S. Open. The rough will be penalizing and the greens will be small and lightning fast. Distance will not play a huge role this week, but players will have to make sure they’re precise off the tee. If not, they will be punished.

Three of the first four holes are par 4s that play at least 490 yards, but players will then hit a 310-yard par 4 on No. 5. Hole Nos. 8 and 15 will be the par 5s this week. The final two holes are reasonably distanced par 4s that are both doglegs to the left.

Past Winners

Last year, Jon Rahm started the final round three strokes behind the leaders but delivered a three-under round that won him his first major at Torrey Pines. The year before that, Bryson DeChambeau dominated at Winged Foot en route to a six-stroke victory.

Gary Woodland won at Pebble Beach in 2019 at 13-under par, and it was Brooks Koepka going back-to-back the two years before that, including a 16-under win at Erin Hills in 2017.

While scoring might reach double digits, it’s a rare occurrence at the U.S. Open. Since the turn of the century, the winning score has been double digits under par just four times: Tiger Woods in 2000 at Pebble Beach (12-under for a 15-stroke win), McIlroy in ’11 at Congressional (16-under for an eight-stroke win), Koepka in ’17 (four-stroke win) and Woodland (three-stroke win).

For those of you who really like to see the world’s best suffer, the winning score has been over par five times in the last 16 years. Both Rahm and DeChambeau won at 6-under in the past two U.S. Opens.

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