Top PGA Tour Amateurs to Watch at the U.S. Open Golf Championship

  • Top ranked amateur Gordan Sargent has +40000 odds to win the 2024 US Open.
  • Florida State Seminole teammates Luke Clanton (+50000) and Frederik Kjettrup (+150000) are two amateurs to watch.
  • 2024 NCAA Men’s individual champion Hiroshi Tai has +200000 odds to win his first PGA Tour event.

PINEHURST, N.C. – The 2024 U.S. Open field has 15 amateur golfers, with most playing in their first PGA Tour event. Here are some of the top amateurs to watch at online sportsbooks with long odds to win the US Open.

Top-ranked Gordon Sargent will likely draw the most betting traffic of all the amateurs as the most experienced. He has the shortest US Open odds of any amateur at +40000 thanks to a T-39 finish at the 2023 U.S. Open.

Sargent has three other PGA Tour events under his belt, including a missed cut at the Masters Tournament in 2023. He has +275 odds to finish top 40 at the US Open for a second consecutive year.

Pair Of Florida State Seminoles Enter US Open Field

Luke Clanton and Frederik Kjettrup, two talented players from Florida State University, will make their PGA Tour debuts at the U.S. Open after qualifying last week. Clanton finished fourth (five under par) in the 73-player qualifying field at The Bear’s Club, while Kjettrup shot a pair of rounds of 66 (12 under par) to finish third in a 68-player qualifying field.

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The two college teammates impressed and earned solid odds at Florida online sportsbooks to win the US Open. Clanton, three-time individual winner in the 2024 season, has +50000 odds while Kjettrup has +150000 odds to win the major championship.

The NCAA men’s individual golf champion, Hiroshi Tai, has long +20000 odds at US online golf sportsbooks despite his impressive achievement. Sargent (1), Clanton (6), and Kjettrup (13) are all much higher on the World Amateur Golf Rankings than Tai at No. 35.