Early Odds to Win the 2014 US Open Post-Masters

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Early Odds to Win the 2014 US Open Post-Masters
Julio Cortez

With the first golf major of 2014 in the books, it's already time to look ahead to the 114th U.S. Open, which will be played this June at Pinehurst.

Last year, it was Justin Rose who walked away with the U.S. Open Championship trophy, and this year the 33-year-old Brit will be trying to defend his title. He will face steep competition, though. There are 11 former champions who are expected to be in the field, including Angel Cabrera, Rory McIlroy, Webb Simpson and, if healthy, Tiger Woods.

Phil Mickelson, who is still looking for his first U.S. Open victory after finishing second six times, is expected to be there, as is Adam Scott and this year's Masters champion Bubba Watson.

There's no runaway favorite, but there are plenty of great golfers who have a solid shot at taking the title. Here's an early look at the U.S. Open odds, based on the odds from Oddschecker at the beginning of the year and the results so far this season.

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