Rickie Fowler Still Favorite to Win 2017 US Open Despite Setback

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Jun/16/2017

Paul Casey will pay out $55 for every $10 bet coming into Saturday’s round should he win this year’s US Open.  Though Casey sat atop the leaderboard after Friday’s play, it was Rickie Fowler who remained the slight favorite at 5/1 odds for a $50 payout on every $10 bet should he win.

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Other odds as of Friday evening included Brooks Koepka at +550.  He’s been hovering around the top five since Day 1 and would pay out more than $10,000 on a $100 bet for those who got some action down early, assuming he actually wins of course.

Hideki Matsuyama was at 8-1, Tommy Fleetwood at 12-1 and Brian Harman 15-1.

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