US Open Betting: Best of the Rest

The Punter takes his last look around the side markets to see if he's missed anything. Will we see a hole-in-one or maybe a Virgin Winner?

"With three of the four par 3s measuring at least 236 yards, it’s odds-on that we won’t see an ace this week and big hitters won’t mind taking anything around 1.51/2 about No in the Hole-In-One market."


In addition to the outright market, there are numerous speciality markets to consider at this year's US Open. I've previewed the outright here, and I've also looked at the Victory Margin market, the Top Irish and Top UK and Ireland market and the Top South African market and there are numerous other articles in our golf section here.

Paul Krishnamurty has picked out three outsiders to consider in his Find Me a 100 Winner column, mapped out the course for us brilliantly here in his In-Play Guide and looked at the Top Aussie market, as well as profiling all the major contenders here.

Mike Norman has looked at the Top European market, as well as the outright one and Romilly Evans has considered who might be in front after day.

That's plenty of coverage already but just in case we've missed anything, I've had another quick look at all the other side markets...

With three of the four par 3s measuring at least 236 yards, it's odds-on that we won't see an ace this week and big hitters won't mind taking anything around 1.51/2 about No in the Hole-In-One market.

The in-form wily old vet, Thongchai Jaidee, might be the value in the Top Asian market with experienced Koreans, K.J Choi and Y.E Yang out of form and finally, given 10 of the last 12 majors have gone to someone winning their first major, the 1.51/2 about there being another Virgin Major Winner this time around looks more than fair.


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