Luxbet Offers Extra Winnings on US Open Champion

Back the US Open Champion with Luxbet and earn extra on top of your winnings. Spread your bets by picking more than one player!

Golf’s second major of the year starts shortly as the Chambers Bay course plays host to the US Open. Which man will win in Washington and the more important question for punters is will they be on him? You’ll have even more reason to celebrate if you back the tournament winner with Luxbet thanks to the bookmaker’s big bonus on the US Open. Back the outright winner and you’ll receive an additional 10% extra on your net winnings, up to $200. You can select as many players as you wish, with your first bet per player valid for Luxbet’s Bonus.

The Contenders

Jordan Spieth and Rory McIlroy are the only 2 men are under double figures on Luxbet’s US Open outright Winner market. The latter is the $8.50 favourite while Spieth’s at $9. McIlroy’s first major win was the US open back in 2011 and since then the Northern Irishman has also won the PGA Championship and the Open Championship. He was a strong favourite to complete a Golf Grand Slam at the first major of the year but he turned in an inconsistent performance at the Masters in April. That tournament was one by American young Gun Jordan Spieth, who romped to a record equalling victory at Augusta. The 21 year old is fast becoming golf’s next big name and back to back majors to begin 2015 would catapult his career.

Phil Mickelson is on the third line of betting as he aims to complete a Grand Slam by winning the one that’s got away. He’s been runner up at the US Open but can Phil finally get his hands on the trophy?  2013 Winner Justin Rose is the same price a Mickelson at $17, while German Martin Kaymer is $41 to defend his title.  Jason Day is the shortest price Australian at $34. Can the Queenslander breakthrough for his first major?

Only 1 American has won the US Open since 2009; will the winner come from outside the USA once more or will a player from America win on home soil? And will you be on the champion?