As the third golf major gets under way in California this week, Torrey Pines hosts the 121st US Open, but who will be the latest name on the trophy come Sunday?
Currently the favourite by some considerable distance, World number three Jon Rahm is 10/1 with UniBet, but having only just been cleared to compete after a positive COVID-19 test last week, whether the Spaniard is feeling any ill-effects, remains unclear.
Could Bryson DeChambeau be the better option?
Romping home at Winged Foot last September, Bet365 and William Hill are offering 18/1 for DeChambeau to be only the seventh man to defend his US Open crown, but is The Scientist still too much of a loose cannon?
SkyBet are again the best for a major punt, paying out on 11 places at 1/5, and as a former two-time winner of the tournament, Brooks Koepka at 14/1 looks at the very least a good bet for a top 10 finish or likely, better.
Winner in 2017 and 2018, Koepka looks to have shrugged off his injury woes and should be a force this week.
Phil Mickelson rolled back the years at Kiawah Island last month to win the PGA Championship, and Lefty can complete the career Grand Slam in his native San Diego this weekend.
For the golfing romantics out there, SkyBet’s 11 places at 55/1 looks an excellent candidate again, with Bet365 and BetVictor offering a best of 70s.
Patrick Cantlay is also worth attention.
Having won the Memorial earlier this month, and as a name who has been tipped to break into the major enclosure, the Californian is priced at 28/1 with MansionBet to win on home soil.
Former Masters champion Patrick Reed won the Farmers Insurance in San Diego back in January, and fetching 30/1 with both Bet365 and BetVictor, Captain America knows how to win one of the big four.
If you’re again pinning your hopes on Rory McIlroy to finally end his seven-year major drought at Torrey Pines, his price of 22/1 with SportNation, is decidedly more appealing than his 11/1 price from before Kiawah Island last month.
From a British perspective though, Paul Casey’s 50/1 offering with BetVictor is the better choice, with the Cheltenham man having finished T4 at the PGA also.