The 2012 U.S. Open will have a familiar face as its favorite heading into Thursday's opening round at The Olympic Club in venerable San Francisco, California.
BOVADA has listed Tiger Woods as their favorite at 13/2 odds on Wednesday morning.
This should come as a surprise to absolutely nobody. Woods isn't an dominating favorite even after his victory at Jack Nicklaus' course.
Luke Donald and Lee Westwood, both of whom are tied for second in the odds come in at 11/1.
Phil Mickelson is laying in the weeds at 20/1 while Rory McIlroy is at 14/1. McIlroy hasn't been playing great golf as of late, but sometimes the majors can make some magic happen.
Vermont native Keegan Bradley has been given 66/1 odds, a true dark-horse but still an interesting play with Bradley's skill and potential.
Here's a list of the odds as of Wednesday morning:
Tigers Woods 13/2
Luke Donald: 11/1
Lee Westwood: 11/1
Rory McIlroy: 14/1
Phil Mickelson: 20/1
Dustin Johnson: 25/1
Jason Dufner: 25/1
Justin Rose: 28/1
Matt Kuchar: 28/1
Adam Scott: 33/1
Jim Furyk: 33/1
Rickie Fowler: 33/1
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