Martin Kaymer is the insane favorite to win the 2014 US Open
You can throw your money elsewhere but Martin Kaymer is going to take all of it away.
Martin Kaymer continues to roll through the field at the US Open as he posted a strong 72 on Saturday to stay clear five clear of everyone else.
Because he hasn't trailed he's easily the big-time favorite heading to Sunday but there are some big names lurking in case he falls apart like Retief Goosen did in 2005 with a final-round 81.
Rickie Fowler is the most notable of the group that trails and he's following a T5 at the Masters earlier this year with a fine performance at Pinehurst this week. If you're looking at somebody who could clean up a Kaymer disasters, he would be my pick.
Martin Kaymer: 1-3
Henrik Stenson: 10-1
Rickie Fowler: 10-1
Dustin Johnson: 14-1
Erik Compton: 25-1
Brandt Snedeker: 40-1
Matt Kuchar: 50-1
Jordan Spieth: 80-1
Kevin Na: 80-1
Justin Rose: 80-1
Brooks Koepka: 125-1
Nobody else is even under 200-1. These are the only 11 golfers with a shot and really it's kind of just Kaymer and everybody else is praying.
Kuchar is kind of interesting at 50-1 given that he's nine back. Stenson at 10-1 piques my interest as well -- he's only six back.
With my life on the line, though, I'm going Kaymer, even at 1-3 odds. I think he gets it dones on Sunday evening.
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