Rory McIlroy US Open Odds – Time To End Major Drought?

We have Rory McIlroy US Open odds for you as the Nothern Irishman bids to finally get that elusive fifth major this June in Los Angeles.

The Rory McIlroy major drought continues, having not won one in nearly nine years, his last major success came back at The Open Championship in 2014. On that occasion he shot -17 under to beat Rickie Fowler and Sergio Garcia who were his closest challengers to win his fourth major.

Many expected Mcllroy to continue to dominate majors for the foreseeable future but despite more often than not entering each tournament as one of the favourites he has not been able to add to his four major titles.

In this post, you will find McIlroy’s latest US Open betting odds along with a preview of his chances of

Rory McIlroy US Open Betting Odds

Rory McIlroy is the third favourite at 10/1 in the betting odds to win his second US Open in 2023. The two market leaders for the US PGA Championship are World Number (2) Scottie Scheffler at 8/1 along with 2023 Masters Champion Jon Rahm at 9/1

Mcllroy has been a regular at the top of major betting markets for well over a decade now. Typically he has been somewhere in the 10/1 range in the odds, and he even won this event in 2011.

Could this be his time to win his fifth major? We all know when Mcllroy is at his best there is very few who can live with him on the golf course.

Rory McIlroy’s Current Form

McIlroy’s Wins In 2023

The Northern Irish man already has only one victory to his name in 2023 which came in the Dubai Desert Classic at the end of January which came under plenty of press coverage. This victory notably came against foe Patrick Reed by a single stroke with a birdie on the 72nd hole. Reed had previously sued McIlroy, so the victory was about far more than just golf and prize money it was personal.

Most Recent Form

Since that victory at the beginning of the year his form has been largely poor, from his nine starts in 2023 his record is 1 win, 1 runner-up, 4 Top 10s, 4 Top 25s and 7 cuts made.  In his last event, he finished T7 at the PGA Championship.

Recent Major Form

Rory has had mixed form at the Majors this season, at the 2023 Masters many predicted he would complete the Grand Slam of Golf but it was not as he was cut.

However, in the most recent major his form improved after finishing T7 at the PGA Championship he will be hoping to finish even higher up the leaderboard on this occasion.

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Rory McIlroy’s US Open Form

McIlroy has run of US Open form is very hit-and-miss despite winning the event back in 2011. From his 14 starts at the event, he has made the cut 9 times. However, when he does make the cut he is very likely to find himself at the top of the leaderboard with 7 Top 10 finishes at the event when making the cut.

His form at the event has become more consistent though at the last four events he has finished T9, T8, T7 and T5 suggesting he is on an upward trajectory again and perhaps ready to win another US Open event 12 years on after his first success at the event in 2011

Rory McIlroy’s Major Wins

Rory McIlroy has won four major championships to date in his illustrious playing career. His first win at the majors came as a fresh-faced 22-year-old who took the golfing world by storm as he dominated the field en route to the 2011 US Open. His performance that week was historic as he set the US Open scoring records for 72-hole, 54-hole and 36 holes.

The 2012 PGA Championship followed at Kiawah Island and later the 2014 Open Championship at Royal Liverpool. At the time it looked like McIlroy was destined for the career grand slam and to even win 10+ majors in his career.

Unfortunately, Mcllroy has not lived up to expectations only winning a single major since then which was his fourth and to date final, major at the 2014 PGA Championship at Valhalla. Can he win the event again like he did ack in 2011?

For a full preview of the 2023 US Open check out our US Open 2023 preview post where we take a look at the betting favourites, the course and everything else you need to know ahead of ‘Golf’s Toughest Test’.

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