Golf betting fans will have a powerhouse field to handicap for their golf bet selections including last year’s US Open winner Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson, and Masters champ Angel Cabrera. Woods won this golf betting event last year in dramatic fashion in a playoff while playing in immense pain right before his knee surgery.
Woods will be the favorite on the golf bet board but faces huge odds as he attempts to be the first player besides Curtis Strange to win back-to-back US Open gambling titles in the past 56 years. So far this year in golf betting action Woods has 2 wins and 6 top ten finishes and appears to be better than ever.
Woods has been highly selective about which golf betting events that he participates in as he focuses on intense practice sessions when not playing in tournaments.
Two weeks ago, however, Woods was most impressive in The Memorial as he rallied with an impressive final round to come back from a four stroke golf betting deficit to defeat Matt Bettencourt and Mark Wilson as he earned the 67th win of his golf betting career.
Woods thought that The Memorial was perfect preparation for the US Open and he has had previous golf betting success at Bethpage with a 2002 win as he was the only player in the field to finish under par in the golf betting event that year while defeating Phil Mickelson by 3 strokes.
In his previous two attempts to win back-to-back US Open titles Woods finished 12th and 20th. Mickelson arrives at the US Open with a lot on his mind, obviously, as his wife was diagnosed with breast cancer last month and will face surgery shortly after this weekend.
Mickelson had a rough go of it at the St. Jude Classic last weekend but figures to be in top shape as the sentimental favorite in Bethpage.
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