US Open Golf Betting Picks: Finau Can Shine Again

US Open Predictions

The third major of the golf season is here, and our golf betting experts have provided a full preview of this tournament and the best bets and picks to make the most of this event.


Key Stat: Finau has an excellent record in the majors, with 10 top 10s in 24 starts

Tip Reasoning

  • Finau is ranking close to the top 20 for Total Driving, and he is also 24th for Bogey Avoidance
  • He finished second in the Canadian Open and has now recorded two runners up positions and a fourth place in his last five starts
  • Finau ranked 4th for SG: Around The Green and 5th for SG: Putting in Canada last week


We tipped Tony Finau in the Canadian Open last week and did well as he finished in the second position. He should follow up at the US Open as he is an excellent driver of the ball, a decent putter and has a great short game.

After a poor season start, things have taken a positive turn for Finau. As mentioned, he finished second in the Canadian Open and has now recorded two runners up positions and a fourth place in his last five starts. Looking at the critical stats for this week, we can see that everything is pointing in his direction. When it comes to Total Driving, for instance, he is ranking close to the top 20, and he is also 24th for Bogey Avoidance.

Not only that, but Finau has an excellent record in the majors, with 10 top 10s in 24 starts, with a 5th place in 2018 and a tied eight in 2020 at the US Open. He ranked 4th for SG: Around The Green and 5th for SG: Putting in Canada last week, and he has everything of a player that can go all the way at this US Open, including a great price!

Tip Reasoning

Key Stat: The Irishman has been very consistent recently, as he has yet to finish worse than tied 32nd in a strokeplay event this season

  • Lowry is ranking 22nd for Total Driving and 10th for SG: Approach
  • he is 3rd in Bogey Avoidance, which is a great advantage here where mistakes has to be minimized
  • He is capable of stepping up on great occasions, as he can keep calm and focused

For our second selection, we have picked Shane Lowry. The Irishman has been very consistent recently, as he has yet to finish worse than tied 32nd in a strokeplay event this season. He was second at the Honda Classic, third at Augusta National and the RBC Heritage, and followed that up with a 10th place in Canada last weekend.

He is currently hitting great from the tee as he ranked 7th for Total Driving at the US Masters, 5th at the US PGA and 11th in Canada. This season, he is ranking 22nd for Total Driving and 10th for SG: Approach and 7th Around The Greens at the Canadian Open.

He has proven to be capable of stepping up on great occasions, as he can keep calm and focused. Keeping mistakes to the minimum is paramount at the US Open, and he is 3rd in Bogey Avoidance, which is a great advantage. Lowry has achieved his best result at the US Open in the north-east of the United States, at Oakmont, where he finished second. Since then, he has confirmed his ability of doing well in Major tournaments, with success in the 2019 Open. We expect him to be in contention again, and he looks value in the market.

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John was born and raised in London, John has always been in love with American sports. He started to write football articles back in 2006 on his own blog and has also worked for several newspapers. John other passion was betting and has worked as a trader for several top sports book in the UK. As sports trader and has joined leading UK betting tipping site BettingTips4You in 2013 and he is now head of content. He has a great passion for US Sports so hasn't wasted the opportunity to write also for NewJerseySafeBetting, now that online sportsbetting has been legalized in the state.