2009 US Open Free Betting Picks

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2009 US Open Free Betting Picks
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The US Open is one of the crown jewels of golf. This years US Open has all the usual suspects as favorites to win the tournament. Today we will lay out Craig from CT Sports Picks free betting plays for this years US Open.

This tournament has some great stories with Tiger Woods trying to repeat as the Champion. Also we have Phil Mickelson coming back and trying to win after being off with his wife who has recently diagnosed with cancer. Of course there are even more stories of some great longshots that will come forward if they perform well the first few days.

Now onto the free US OPEN free betting plays!

Hunter Mahan US Open Winner (60-1)- This years US Open at Bethpage is so long will really favor the long drivers if they can keep it in the fairway. Mahan is one of the biggest drivers on the tour and has all the tools to put himself into contention going into the final round. Mahan will have a chance if he can make some putts which has been his downfall in recent tournaments.

Mike Weir US Open Winner (60-1)- Hard to figure Mike Weir's game out as one week he is great and one week he misses cut. But a former Major Winner makes him a very dangerous longshot. Not the longest hitter but Weir is above average in driving distance and can be very accurate. We are assuming this week Mike will be on his game and if he putts well could really be a cash cow for us bettors.

Playing these two longshots is a very smart wise guy play but lets admit that if they win Tiger Woods will have to play poorly. If Tiger plays his B plus game or better its over. If Tiger plays his best he will make all his backers happy as they cash the +150 betting tickets.

Craig from CT Sports Picks has been on fire with all the free sports picks and trend plays so make sure you check back daily to not miss any of his free winners at http://www.CTSportsPicks.com!!  

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