Webb Simpson U.S. Open 2022 Odds, History & Predictions

Webb Simpson 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 Brookline Massachusetts.

Legacies are made at the U.S. Open, and there are few things as meaningful in the golf world as winning a major tournament.

So naturally, FanDuel Sportsbook already has tons of odds and prop bets available for the U.S. Open in 2022.

Webb Simpson U.S. Open Odds

Webb Simpson has +10000 odds to win the U.S. Open in 2022. There are 36 golfers with lower odds to win.

Has Webb Simpson Ever Won the U.S. Open?

Webb Simpson won the 2012 U.S. Open at the Olympic Club in San Francisco for his first major title in his second U.S. Open start.

Webb Simpson U.S. Open Prop Bets

As for finishing position, Simpson is +110 to finish top-40, +250 to finish top-20, +800 to finish top-10 and +1800 to finish top-five.

Webb Simpson U.S. Open History

Webb Simpson has made nine U.S. Open starts and missed the cut three times. Along with his 2012 win, Simpson has finished top-10 in 2018 and 2020.

Simpson's best single-round score in the U.S. Open was a 66 in the final round at Pebble Beach in 2019 on his way to a T-16 finish.

Webb Simpson U.S. Open Prediction & Pick

Despite hitting fairways at a 65% clip to rank top-40 on Tour, Simpson's still only hitting 63.89% greens to rank 149th this year. His best finish in eight starts this year is T-20 at the PGA Championship.

Simpson's last two tournaments were his best back-to-back events in stats performances this year. But he's still likely to struggle at the U.S. Open, and his Par 4 efficiency numbers rank near No. 100 from 450-500 yards. Webb's only chance to compete and finish top-20 is to keep the ball in play from the tee. Even then, it's going to be tough for Webb to stay competitive.

Simpson has fallen to No. 56 in the world rankings after starting the year at No. 27. Taking his ability, stats and performances into play, Webb Simpson offers little to finish even top 40, and Simpson is more likely to miss the cut (+122).