U.S. Open odds: Value in the field behind Mickelson
Phil Mickelson is the favorite heading into the final round of play at the U.S. Open and is the only player under par after 54 holes.
Par (70) was a good enough score for Mickelson to retain his lead and remain the favorite (+250) at Merion Golf Club with an overall score of 1-under. Lefty has never won the U.S. Open and will be celebrating his 43rd birthday Sunday.
Hunter Mahan (+600), Charl Schwartzel (+450) and Steve Stricker (+550) are all within stroke of Phil heading into the final round.
Justin Rose, Billy Horschel and Luke Donald are just two strokes back of the lead and also within striking distance Sunday.
Tiger Woods fell off the map Saturday after firing a 6-over 76 – his worst third-round score at the U.S. Open as a pro. He now sits at 9-over par for the tournament, making it virtually impossible for him to capture his fourth career U.S. Open title.
Here are the outright odds courtesy of Bet365
Phil Mickelson +250
Charl Schwartzel +450
Steve Stricker +550
Hunter Mahan +600
Justin Rose +900
Luke Donald +1000
Billy Horschel +1400
Jason Day 1400
Rickie Fowler +2800
Ian Poulter +10000
Lee Westwood +10000
For the complete list visit Bet365.