As day one of the 2012 U.S. Open grows ever closer, Vegas is on the minds of many. While not the Super Bowl, or even the NBA Finals, the U.S. Open promises to raise some interest from squares and sharps alike.
With the 2012 tournament being played at The Olympic in San Francisco, the tournament promises to provide some exciting theater, as the course is used for the first time in a major tournament since 1998. Some of the players rated highest in the field weren't even born yet (actually, they were, but they were just young chaps).
Lee Janzen took the title over Payne Stewart the last time the U.S. Open was played at The Olympic. The course has a reputation as a tough course to play and promises to remain that way this week.
Here are the latest odds for the 112th playing of the U.S. Open.
All odds provided by VegasInsider.com.