US Open 2015: Top Odds to Win, Golf Futures & Favorites

Rory McIlroy is the favorite for next month's U.S. Open. (Getty)

Rory McIlroy is the favorite for next month’s U.S. Open. (Getty)

With the U.S. Open just about a month away, the sportsbooks have come out with updated odds and they feel it’s a two-man race to win the season’s second major.

World’s No. 1 Rory McIlroy is the favorite at 4/1, while the No. 2-ranked player, Masters winner Jordan Spieth, comes in at 7/1.

McIlroy might be peaking at the right time; he’s coming off a dominating 7-stroke win at Quail Hollow. Spieth, on the other hand, is coming off a missed cut at The Players Championship. Though he does have 2 top-20 finishes since taking the green jacket over a month ago.

Tiger Woods, who is currently ranked 140th, is also in the field and he comes in at 14/1, just ahead of Adam Scott (16/1) and Dustin Johnson (16/1). Last year’s U.S. Open winner, Martin Kaymer, has 28/1 odds to repeat.

The 115th U.S. Open will be held June 18-21 at Chambers Bay Golf Course in University Place, Washington.

The below odds were provided by sportsbooks monitored by OddsShark and are subject to change:

Odds to Win the U.S. Open

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Rory McIlroy … 4/1
Jordan Spieth … 7/1
Tiger Woods … 14/1
Adam Scott … 16/1
Dustin Johnson … 16/1
Rickie Fowler … 18/1
Phil Mickelson … 20/1
Jason Day … 22/1
Justin Rose … 22/1
Sergio Garcia … 22/1
Henrik Stenson … 25/1
Bubba Watson … 28/1
Martin Kaymer … 28/1
Jimmy Walker … 33/1
Matt Kuchar … 33/1
Patrick Reed … 33/1
Brooks Koepka … 40/1
Hideki Matsuyama … 40/1
Jim Furyk … 40/1
Graeme McDowell … 50/1
Keegan Bradley … 50/1
Paul Casey … 50/1