The U.S. Open hasn’t been kind to underdogs for the past decade. The last winner who was more than 100-1 was Lucas Glover at Bethpage in 2009.

Since then, Graeme McDowell’s and Webb Simpson’s wins in 2010 and 2012 at +6600 were the longest odds to claim this major. However, I think there are a few names way down the board that have the chance to pop up on the leaderboard and contend for the title.

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