U.S. Open odds 2013: Tiger Woods not budging as pre-tournament favorite

Andrew Redington

Tiger hasn't won the US Open since 2008, but that hasn't stopped him from being the heavy favorite among the bettors. Here are the odds for the 2013 US Open field.

The 113th US Open gets underway from Merion Golf Club in roughly 24 hours, and Tiger Woods remains firmly entrenched as the pre-tournament favorite. Woods hasn't moved off his 9/2 odds for winning the tournament, well ahead of Phil Mickelson at 16/1. Mickelson had dropped down to 20/1 earlier in the week, but he's back up to 16/1 as of Wednesday morning.

Other than that, there hasn't really been a ton of movement in the odds near the top. Adam Scott is back down to 22/1 after briefly rising to 20/1, but that's it. Barring a late rush in betting, the odds won't change much.

Here are the odds for the 2013 US Open, courtesy of Bovada.

Tiger Woods - 9/2
Phil Mickelson - 16/1
Graeme McDowell - 20/1
Matt Kuchar - 20/1
Rory McIlroy - 20/1
Adam Scott - 22/1
Justin Rose - 22/1
Brandt Snedeker - 28/1
Charl Schwartzel - 28/1
Lee Westwood - 28/1
Luke Donald - 33/1
Sergio Garcia - 33/1
Dustin Johnson - 40/1
Jason Day - 40/1
Jim Furyk - 40/1
Steve Stricker - 40/1
Keegan Bradley - 40/1
Webb Simpson - 40/1

For the odds on the full US Open field, check out Bovada.

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