2017 U.S. Open odds: Rickie Fowler the new favorite to win at Erin Hills

Just as everyone predicted, the top three ranked golfers in the world missed the cut of the U.S. Open and won't be playing this weekend. All three had top-five odds of winning the championship, and now all three have been relegated to watching rounds three and four from the comfort of their living room.

As a result of some of golf's heavyweights bowing out early, the door has been propped open for some of the rising stars of the profession. Brooks Koepka, Paul Casey, Brian Harman and Tommy Fleetwood  are all tied at 7-under headed into Saturday -- but it's 28-year-old Rickie Fowler, the 18-hole leader, who enters the weekend as the U.S. Open favorite at 5-to-1 odds.

Below are the odds for the remainder of the field via Bovada.

  • Rickie Fowler 5/1
  • Brooks Koepka 6/1 
  • Paul Casey 7/1 
  • Hideki Matsuyama 9/1 
  • Tommy Fleetwood 12/1 
  • Brian Harman 16/1 
  • J.B. Holmes 16/1 
  • Sergio Garcia 18/1 
  • Brandt Snedeker 20/1 
  • Si Woo Kim 25/1 
  • Jamie Lovemark 25/1 
  • Martin Kaymer 33/1 
  • Marc Leishman 33/1 
  • Charley Hoffman 40/1 
  • Jordan Spieth 40/1 
  • Bill Haas 50/1 
  • Brendan Steele 50/1 
  • Justin Thomas 50/1 
  • Patrick Reed 66/1 
  • Harris English 80/1 
  • Branden Grace 80/1 
  • Russell Henley 80/1 
  • Chez Reavie 80/1 
  • Bernd Wiesberger 80/1 
  • Rafael Cabrera Bello 100/1 
  • Cameron Champ 100/1 
  • Adam Hadwin 100/1 
  • Zach Johnson 100/1 
  • David Lingmerth 100/1 
  • William McGirt 100/1 
  • Louis Oosthuizen 100/1 
  • Xander Schauffele 100/1 
  • Lee Westwood 100/1 
  • Thomas Aiken 150/1
  • Ernie Els 150/1 
  • Kevin Kisner 150/1 
  • Matt Kuchar 150/1
  • Gary Woodland 150/1 
  • Kevin Chappell 200/1 
  • Matthew Fitzpatrick 200/1 
  • Andrew Johnston 200/1 
  • Michael Putnam 500/1
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