Promotion Banner

U.S. Open 2022 Odds & Picks: Collin Morikawa Among 3 Elite Players To Bet

U.S. Open 2022 Odds & Picks: Collin Morikawa Among 3 Elite Players To Bet article feature image

Ben Jared/PGA TOUR via Getty Images. Pictured: Patrick Cantlay (left) and Collin Morikawa.

  • Rory McIlroy is the betting favorite this week in Brookline, Mass., for the 2022 U.S. Open.
  • Chris Murphy is targeting three players in the outright market whose odds are higher than usual.
  • Check out Murphy's outright picks for the U.S. Open below.
Click arrow to expand 2022 U.S. Open odds via PointsBet

2022 U.S. Open Odds

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
Bet the U.S. Open, Win $200 (No Matter What!)

We saw the stars rise to the top over the weekend at the RBC Canadian Open as three of the big names in the game battled it out down the stretch on Sunday.

Rory McIlroy prevailed for his second win of the season and his second consecutive Canadian Open victory dating back to 2019 when they last held the event due to the pandemic.

It wasn’t without some pressure though as Justin Thomas tied him through sixteen holes and Tony Finau lingered throughout, but ultimately Rory’s Sunday 62 was too much for the other contenders to overcome.

Now,  those same stars will join everyone in Brookline, Massachusetts for this week’s U.S. Open. The third major of the season will come from The Country Club for the first time since 1988.

The classic course will be put to the test with today’s game playing much different than it did thirty-three years ago. We know the USGA will set it up as tough as they can and there are videos alluding to that this week.

I expect a grind as has become tradition for this major and I’ll be looking for players that are poised to handle that grind as I find my best bets for the tournament.

The must-have app for golf bettors

Custom scoreboard for your bets

Free picks from experts

Live odds for every golfer

U.S. Open Buys

Patrick Cantlay +2500

There are plenty of good looking ways to build out a card this week for the U.S. Open and there is likely to be more value to open up as the week moves forward. The talent of this field allows for some of the elite talents to drop back a bit in the odds market and I really like how I am able to build out with my three picks for Brookline.

Cantlay starts it off for me at +2500 on PointBet, which is a really solid number for a player that despite some struggles has five top-5 finishes this year, including his t3 at the Memorial just a couple of weeks ago.

The result at Jack’s event is what has me the most bullish on him coming into the U.S. Open as he really blew his chance to contend for the win there with a tough opening round, but came all the way back to a top finish across the final 54-holes.

Cantlay gained 4.3 shots on the field on approach in those final three rounds and will carry that momentum into this major championship. I love that we get an inflated number on last year’s player of the year in a spot where I see him as trending back towards the elite play we saw in 2021.

Get up to $2,200 FREE to bet the U.S. Open.

Collin Morikawa +3000

I’m going to be the number here on the talent that we know is inside of Collin Morikawa. We haven’t seen it product much in the way of results lately, but no one would be surprised if he is in the mix for the week this weekend in Brookline.

Morikawa is coming in off of a missed cut and is seeking his first top 25 finish since the Masters at the start of April. That’s the bad. The good is that he is still flashing the elite iron play that we expect out of the two-time major winner. He gained 5.6 shots on approach at the Charles Schwab and 7.1 at the Heritage.

The problem in both those instances came back to the balky putter that can always be a factor for him. I am willing to take the gamble on the putting stroke as he really has everything else in place to contend this week. He ranks 7th on TOUR this season in Total Driving (Distance Rank + Accuracy Rank), which is always a key stat for the U.S. Open.

If he combines that ability with the good portion of his irons and a strong putting week many will be kicking themselves for not being in on Morikawa at +3000.

Daniel Berger +5000

I’ve been hesitant on Daniel Berger really going back to the beginning of the year when he was forced to withdraw from the his title defense at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am. He played great shortly after that at the Honda Classic where he blew a big lead into Sunday and finished fourth.

Since then, his results have been middling as he seemingly alternated struggles on approach and on the greens. The pair finally came together for him most recently at the Memorial where he finished in a tie for 5th and gained 5.4 shots on approach with another 6.6 putting.

Berger seems to be starting to put it all together at just the right time for a tournament that I would argue sets up for his best chance at a major. I have always viewed him as a grinder with the ability to be strong with every club in his bag tee to green and the ceiling on the greens to capture a big win.

He has gained better than two shots on approach in three of his last four events with two of those gaining more than five shots with his irons. Berger is still an elite talent when he has his game and I like the trends I am seeing especially at some solid odds heading into the week.

Bet the U.S. Open at BetMGM and get a risk-free bet up to $1,000.

How would you rate this article?

This site contains commercial content. We may be compensated for the links provided on this page. The content on this page is for informational purposes only. Action Network makes no representation or warranty as to the accuracy of the information given or the outcome of any game or event.