Joaquin Niemann U.S. Open 2022 Odds, History & Predictions
The RBC Canadian Open was the final stop on the 2022 PGA Tour before the U.S. Open in the Country Club in Brookline, Massachusetts.
Legacies are made at the U.S. Open, and there are few things as meaningful in the golf world as taking home a major title.
So naturally, FanDuel Sportsbook already has tons of odds and prop bets available for the U.S. Open in 2022.
Joaquin Niemann U.S. Open Odds
Joaquin Niemann has +3700 odds to win the U.S. Open in 2022. That has him sitting tied for 16th in the entire field.
Has Joaquin Niemann Ever Won The U.S. Open?
Joaquin Niemann has never won the U.S. Open. His best finish came in 2020 when he finished T-23.
Joaquin Niemann U.S. Open Prop Bets
As for finishing position, Niemann is -150 to finish top-40, +150 to finish top-20, +280 to finish top-10 and +1000 to finish top-five.
In group betting, Niemann is the +220 favorite to win Group E, trailed by Sungjae Im (+230), Hideki Matsuyama (+280) and Brooks Koepka (+300).
Joaquin Niemann U.S. Open History
Niemann has played in the U.S. Open three times, making the cut twice. That includes just one top-25 finish.
Niemann's best single-round score in the U.S. Open was a 68 in Round 1 in 2020. He shot 73 or below in the last three rounds in 2021, when he finished with a personal best of 288 across four rounds.
Joaquin Niemann U.S. Open Prediction & Pick
Although Niemann doesn't have much U.S. Open experience, that doesn't mean he isn't a golfer to watch this week.
Niemann has played really well lately on the PGA TOUR, placing 25th or better in four of his last five outings — including a T-3 finish at the Memorial Tournament less than two weeks ago.
He may have missed the cut in his U.S. Open debut in 2017, but Niemann has placed T-23 and T-31 in each of his last two outings. Those aren't the best performances, but it shows that can at least make the cut, giving him a shot at a decent finish.
Erring on the side of caution due to recent play, a Joaquin Niemann top-20 finish (+150) at the 2022 U.S. Open seems like the safest bet.
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