US Open

Rory McIlroy will continue his spell of dominance in golf and you can follow every swing here with great gold odds and prices from Coral Sports.

Dustin Johnson 7/1 favourite to win US Open

| 15.09.2020

Can the world number one prevail at Winged Foot? Our traders have priced Dustin Johnson as the 7/1 favourite to win the 2020 US Open at Winged Foot Golf Club this week. Spaniard Jon Rahm is second best in the betting at 8/1, Justin Thomas can be backed at 11/1, while Rory McIlroy is 14/1 to claim the fifth major championship of his career. “Dustin Johnson could not be in better form at the moment ... more...

Dustin Johnson 7/1 favourite for US Open glory; McIlroy 10/1

| 13.06.2018

Can DJ top the pile at Shinnecock Hills? America’s Dustin Johnson is the favourite ahead of the US Open, which begins tomorrow. It’s 7/1 for the 33-year-old to triumph, making him the only golfer in single-figure odds with Coral. Coral’s Harry Aitkenhead said: ““Dustin Johnson’s back to number one in the world and he is also the punters number one pick to win this year’s US Open, which would be a ... more...

Three things to look out for at the US Open

| 13.06.2018

Preview, talking points and odds The second Golf major of the year takes place this weekend with the 118th US Open. It will be held at the Shinnecock Hills Golf Club in New York. It’s the fifth time the venue has hosted the event and the first since an infamous weekend in 2004. The final round 14 years ago descended into farce after the seventh green was deemed ‘unplayable’. Only two players finis... more...

US Open – big price winner

| 18.06.2017

There’s value in opposing the favourite One of the major inserts in the sporting calendar, as the 2017 renewal of the world-famous US Open takes place at Erin Hills, Wisconsin from Thursday evening. Four days of gripping golf lies ahead, and Sky Sports bring every hole live. The 117th edition of the historic major, Coral are betting on a range of markets, from outright winner and top-10 finish, to... more...

2016 Major golfing diary: Coral provide results, odds and upcoming schedule

| 25.07.2016

Sam Barnard, Assistant Sports Editor | June 24, 2016 We’re already two golfing Majors down in 2016, with Danny Willett and Dustin Johnson claiming their first-ever titles at The Masters and US Open respectively. There is still a lot to play for during rest of the year, however, as The Open and USPGA Championships are upcoming, while the Ryder Cup and Summer Olympics are events to look forwar... more...

Five tasty top 10 shouts for US Open golf tournament

| 16.06.2016

Sam Barnard, Assistant Sports Editor | June 14, 2016 Punters and sports fans may have their minds stuck in the midst of Euro 2016, but don’t forget that the second golfing Major of the year, the US Open, is also on our screens. The world’s top stars will once again battle it out for the famous tournament, this time held at the Oakmont Country Club in Pennsylvania, and Coral have picked... more...

2016 US Open: Can Spieth put his Masters nightmare behind him?

| 16.06.2016

Simon Sinclair | June 15, 2016 Jordan Spieth stunned the world with his collapse at The Masters in April as the American looked poised to bolster his collection of Majors. The 22-year-old surrendered a five-shot lead on the back nine at Augusta, which allowed Englishman Danny Willet to claim the Green Jacket. Spieth will now aim to put the disappointment behind by defending his US Open crown at Oa... more...

Four-way tie in US Open with Jason Day recovering well from vertigo

| 21.06.2015

Jason Day battled vertigo to earn a four-way tie in the US Open, after collapsing on the second day. He shares the lead with US Masters winner Jordan Spieth, Dustin Johnson and South African Branden Grace on four-under-par. Day, 4/1 to win, was seven adrift on the front nine, though delighted the crowds on the second half of the course to tie for the lead. “I felt pretty groggy on the front ... more...

Rising star Spieth on course for second Major, Woods exits US Open

| 20.06.2015

Jordan Spieth (11/5 favourite) is no doubt one of golf’s newest stars, and the 21-year-old is already on course to take his second Major as he jointly leads the way at the US Open after the second round. Texas-born Spieth, who claimed the US Masters title this year, caught up by four shots after the first day as he carded a 67 to overtake then-leaders Dustin Johnson (9/2) and Henrik Stenson ... more...

Stenson & Johnson lead US Open after Day One with Woods floundering

| 19.06.2015

Sweden’s Henrik Stenson jointly leads the US Open after the first day’s play on five-under-par, and is 13/2 with Coral to win the tournament. Tiger Woods, however, is in trouble on 10-over-par and is unlikely to last distance, even if his form improves just a little. He needs a miracle at Chambers Bay, and 1000/1 odds for him to win reflect this. Pre-tournament favourite and US Masters... more...