US Open Golf Sign-Up Offers and Free Bets
Not to be confused with the tennis Grand Slam event that goes by the same name, the US Open is the second major of the golfing season and arrives on our schedules in mid-June every year.
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2020 US Open
The 2020 US Open Golf tournament takes place at the Winged Foot west course from September 17-20. It was due to be held earlier in the year but was delayed due to the ongoing health pandemic. This will be the second Major of the year, the only other one held so far in 2020 was the US PGA Championship. Only three Majors will be held this year. The Open has been canceled and the US Masters will be held from 12-15 November.
As with many tournaments held at present, the US Open will be held behind closed doors. One key player who will be missing is Brooks Koepka. The former champion has pulled out due to injury.
What should I use my US Open free bets on?
As ever the winners market is the most popular and most talked about amongst fans of the sport but is often the most difficult one to call with a free US Open bet so many contenders for every tournament on the calendar, including the majors.
There will be plenty of tips knocking around in the build-up to the US Open but at FREEbets.org.uk we'll be sorting the wheat from the chaff and helping you when you're betting for free on the US Open.
The each-way option is always a popular choice in major tournaments given the difficulty of picking the overall winner. Some bookmakers will offer differing numbers of places for each-way bets so it is well worthwhile keeping an eye on FREEbets.org.uk to keep up to date with the best offers ahead of the US Open.
An extension of the each-way punt is the top 10 finish market which the vast majority of players will still be odds-against for at the start of the tournament. If you have an inkling on a long shot it can often be worth backing them to finish in the top 10 rather than go for glory and accept a smaller but still attractive profit.
Most bookmakers will also offer you a market on the best placed player from each nationality involved in the tournament which can often be an interesting gamble. The highest placed Brit will create plenty of debate as ever with Rory McIlory now often the favourite to do just that but there are always plenty ready to shoot him down. Of course there are markets on each round of the tournament as well so if you fancy someone to perform well at the start or the weekend at the competition then by all means do so.
2019 US Open Result
1st Gary Woodland (USA) -13
2nd Brooks Koepka (USA) -10
3rd= Jon Rahm (SPAIN) -7
3rd= Chez Reavie (USA) -7
3rd= Xander Shaufelle (USA) -7
3rd= Justin Rose (ENG) -7