U.S. Open betting odds 2013: Tiger Woods big favorite despite poor Memorial Tournament

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Allan Henry-USA TODAY Sports

Tiger Woods heads into the June 13 U.S. Open Tournament having just posted one of the worst four-day showings of his entire career. Woods scored a 44 on his first nine holes, his worst career mark. However, he has also won four of the eight tournaments he has entered in 2013 and is expected to play big in this Grand Slam tournament just like he always has.

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Thus his betting odds for taking home the prestigious competition stand at 7-2, making him the favorite for the title.

Behind him in the odds are three young gunners in Rory McIlroy at 16-1, Adam Scott, who recently won the 2013 Masters, at 20-1, and Matt Kuchar at 22-1.

Following are the betting odds for the favorites to win the U.S. Open:

Tiger Woods: 7-2
Rory McIlroy: 16-1
Adam Scott: 20-1
Matt Kuchar: 22-1
Brandt Snedeker: 25-1
Graeme McDowell: 25-1
Justin Rose: 25-1
Phil Mickelson: 25-1
Charl Schwartzel: 28-1
Lee Westwood: 28-1
Luke Donald: 28-1

Do you think Tiger will continue to add to his legacy, or will one of golf’s up and coming stars start solidify his resume?

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