2023 U.S. Open Updated Odds & Field: Scottie Scheffler Favored Over Jon Rahm & Brooks Koepka

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Via Dylan Buell/Getty Images. Pictured: Scottie Scheffler of the United States and Jon Rahm of Spain look down the 18th fairway during the final round of the Memorial Tournament presented by Workday at Muirfield Village Golf Club on June 04, 2023 in Dublin, Ohio.

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2023 U.S. Open Odds

Odds via bet365.

Scottie Scheffler+650
Jon Rahm+1100
Brooks Koepka+1200
Rory McIlroy+1300
Patrick Cantlay+1700
Viktor Hovland+1700

Xander Schauffele+1900
Jordan Spieth+2200
Max Homa+3000
Cameron Smith+3000
Matt Fitzpatrick+3300
Tyrrell Hatton+3300
Tony Finau+3600
Collin Morikawa+3800
Justin Rose+3800
Dustin Johnson+3800
Bryson DeChambeau+4500
Hideki Matsuyama+4500
Tommy Fleetwood+4500
Justin Thomas+5000
Cameron Young+5000
Jason Day+5000
Rickie Fowler+5000
Shane Lowry+5500
Sungjae Im+6000
Wyndham Clark+6500
Sam Burns+6500
Corey Conners+7500
Si Woo Kim+7500
Adam Scott+8000
Patrick Reed+8000
Sahith Theegala+8500
Mito Pereira+9000
Joaquin Niemann+9000
Min Woo Lee+9000
Keegan Bradley+11000
Russell Henley+12000
Denny McCarthy+12000

Tom Kim+14000
Cameron Davis+14000
Keith Mitchell+14000
Gary Woodland+14000
Harris English+17500
Chris Kirk+17500
Ryan Fox+17500
Phil Mickelson+17500
Matt Kuchar+20000
Sergio Garcia+20000
Kurt Kitayama+20000
Nick Taylor+20000
Adrian Meronk+22500
Taylor Montgomery+22500
Seamus Power+22500
Patrick Rodgers+22500
Victor Perez+22500
Tom Hoge+22500
Eric Cole+22500
Andrew Putnam+22500
Emiliano Grillo+22500
Taylor Moore+25000
Kyoung-Hoon Lee+25000
Jordan Smith+25000
Sebastian Munoz+27500
Lucas Herbert+27500
Brian Harman+27500
Adam Schenk+27500
Adam Hadwin+27500
Pablo Larrazabal+27500
Justin Suh+27500
Thomas Pieters+27500
Sepp Straka+27500
Alex Noren+27500
Abraham Ancer+32500
Sam Stevens+32500
J.T. Poston+35000
Gordon Sargent+37500
Francesco Molinari+37500
Carlos Ortiz+37500

Hayden Buckley+40000
Austin Eckroat+40000
Aaron Wise+40000
Billy Horschel+40000
Mackenzie Hughes+40000
Taylor Pendrith+40000
Adam Svensson+45000
Romain Langasque+45000
Michael Kim+45000
Padraig Harrington+45000
Luke List+45000
Vincent Norrman+60000
Kevin Streelman+60000
Scott Stallings+60000
Joel Dahmen+60000
Charley Hoffman+70000
Matthieu Pavon+70000
Nick Hardy+70000
Carson Young+70000
Stewart Cink+70000
Davis Thompson+70000
Dylan Wu+70000
Michael Thorbjornsen+70000
Wilco Nienaber+85000
Nicolas Echavarria+125000
Thriston Lawrence+125000
Simon Forsstrom+125000
Sam Bennett+125000
Hank Lebioda+125000
Ryan Gerard+175000
Ryan Armour+175000
David Puig+175000
Maxwell Moldovan+175000
Martin Kaymer+175000
Jacob Solomon+175000
Alejandro Del Rey+175000
Ross Fisher+175000
Frankie Capan III+175000
Paul Haley II+175000
Brent Grant+175000
Deon Germishuys+175000

Paul Barjon+250000
Patrick Cover+250000
Bastien Amat+250000
Mac Meissner+250000
Roger Sloan+250000
Jens Dantorp+350000
Mateo Fernandez de Oliveira+350000
Corey Pereira+350000
Ryo Ishikawa+350000
Berry Henson+350000
Andrew Svoboda+350000
Gunn Charoenkul+350000
Yuto Katsuragawa+350000
David Horsey+350000
David Nyfjall+350000
Aldrich Potgieter+350000
Wenyi Ding+350000
J.J. Grey+350000
Ryutaro Nagano+350000
Omar Morales+350000
Kyle Mueller+350000
Alexander Yang+350000
Brendan Valdes+350000
Nick Dunlap+350000
Karl Vilips+350000
Ben Carr+350000
Christian Cavaliere+350000
Barclay Brown+350000
Olin Browne+350000
Matthew McClean+350000
Austen Truslow+350000
Preston Summerhays+350000
Michael Brennan+350000
Jesse Schutte+350000
Alex Schaake+350000
Isaac Simmons+350000
Jordan Gumberg+350000
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The 2023 edition of the U.S. Open will mark the first in Los Angeles since 1948 and the first major championship in the L.A. area in 28 years. The 123rd U.S. Open will also be the first major championship held at Los Angeles Country Club.

Last year's U.S. Open winner at The Country Club in Brookline, Mass., Matt Fitzpatrick, is +3000 to defend his title. Fitzpatrick won at Harbour Town Golf Links in April at the RBC Heritage and is looking for his second win on the PGA Tour this season. He hopes to bounce back after a missed cut in his most recent major championship appearance at the PGA Championship.

Via David Cannon/Getty Images. Pictured: Matthew Fitzpatrick of England holds the trophy after his one shot victory in the final round of the 2022 U.S.Open at The Country Club on June 19, 2022 in Brookline, Massachusetts.

Scottie Scheffler enters as bet365's favorite at +650 odds to win his first U.S. Open. The Texas Longhorn is in the midst of a phenomenal run in which he has finished in the top 12 in 15 consecutive PGA Tour events, including four consecutive top-five finishes.

The World No. 1 also has two wins in this span and leads the Tour in Strokes Gained: Tee to Green, Off the Tee, Approach the Green, Tee to Green and Total. While his putter has been poor (146th in SG: Putting at -0.231), it's clear oddsmakers expect his tee-to-green game to play at the toughest test in golf. Scheffler finished in a tie for second at The Country Club in last year's U.S. Open.

Two-time major winner Jon Rahm has the second-shortest odds to win the U.S. Open at +925. Rahm leads the FedExCup Regular Season Points List and has the most wins on the PGA Tour this year with four, including the Masters Tournament.

The 2021 U.S. Open champion at Torrey Pines struggled to a T50 finish at the PGA Championship, but bounced back at the Memorial Tournament where he finished T16 and was second in the field in SG: Approach (+9.64 for the week). Rahm won the last time the PGA Tour was in Los Angeles, at Riviera Country Club, in February at The Genesis Invitational.

Rory McIlroy, the 2011 U.S. Open champion at Congressional Country Club, opened with the third-shortest odds to win at LACC at +1000 on bet365 but has slid to +1300 as of Monday afternoon. McIlroy enters off of contending at the RBC Canadian Open and consecutive top-10 finishes at the PGA Championship and the Memorial Tournament presented by Workday. McIlroy ranks second behind only Scheffler in Strokes Gained: Tee to Green at +1.870 and has finished in the top 10 in four consecutive U.S. Opens.

PGA Championship winner and five-time major champion Brooks Koepka enters at +1200 to win in Los Angeles. Koepka has two U.S. Open wins — 2017 at Erin Hills and 2018 at Shinnecock Hills. He has only been beaten by one player (Rahm at the Masters) in the two majors so far in 2023. The Florida Panthers fan last played at LIV DC, where he finished 14th. In his last five U.S. Open starts, Koepka has finished outside the top four only once (T55 in 2022).

The Memorial Tournament winner, Viktor Hovland, has the fifth-shortest odds at +1700. The Norwegian has paired a surge in putting with his strong iron play recently as he has three of his top-four SG: Putting performances this season in his last four starts, including the win at Muirfield Village and T2 at the PGA Championship. The four-time PGA Tour winner has top-seven finishes in the last three major championships but is still seeking his first major victory.

Course Preview

Los Angeles Country Club (North) is a 7,421-yard par-70 designed by George C. Thomas in 1927 and restored by Gil Hanse, Jim Wagner and Geoff Shackelford in 2010. 

The course features Tifway 2 Bermudagrass fairways and pure Bentgrass greens that will be rolling at a 13 on the stimpmeter. The rough features three-to-four inch Tifway2/Bandera Bermudagrass, which will make missing fairways and greens especially penal. 

Los Angeles Country Club will host the first U.S. Open with Bentgrass greens since Pinehurst in 2005. The 2010 restoration eliminated non-native vegetation throughout the course in an effort to revive the course's original rugged look.

The course features three par-5s, 10 par-4s and five par-3s. Six of the 10 par-4s are listed on the scorecard at 480 yards or longer, including holes 16, 17 and 18.

Past Winners

Fitzpatrick, Rahm, Bryson DeChambeau, Gary Woodland, Dustin Johnson, Jordan Spieth, Martin Kaymer and Justin Rose are all among past U.S. Open winners in the field this week.

2022Matt Fitzpatrick-6
2021Jon Rahm-6
2020Bryson DeChambeau-6
2019Gary Woodland-13
2018Brooks Koepka+1
2017Brooks Koepka-16
2016Dustin Johnson-4
2015Jordan Spieth-5
2014Martin Kaymer0
2013Justin Rose+1

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