2051 US Open Awarded to Oakland Hills Country Club: Sobel Previews Early Betting Odds
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The USGA announced Tuesday that six upcoming championships will take place at Oakland Hills Country Club in Bloomfield Township, Mich., including – mind-bogglingly enough – the 2051 U.S. Open.
Despite being more than 29 years away, we at Action Network have already gotten our hands on the early odds for this tournament.
Here are some initial prices (subject to change before 2051):
|Iron Byron 9.0||+1500|
|Charles Howell XVI||+1600|
|Hologram of Ben Hogan||+1800|
Longest Drive of the Week
|Over 500 yards||-120|
|Under 400 yards||+10000|
|Over 125 degrees||-120|
|Under 125 degrees||+100|
Most Difficult Hole (by scoring average)
|No. 14 (640-yard par 4)||-110|
|No. 2 (815-yard par 5)||+115|
|No. 17 (375-yard par 3)||+140|
|40-under or lower||+110|
|29-under or higher||+1200|
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