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Everyone was excited to finally stop examining the US Open 2009 odds and see the tournament get underway but it looks like we'll have to wait a little longer to get a real taste of Bethpage. It's pouring rain up in Farmingdale, New York, which has forced the United States Golf Association to postpone the first round of action. It is going to resume at 6:30 AM ET on Friday morning. Check the site daily for 2009 US Open OddsOffshore sportsbook odds maker are going to have to make some more adjustments due to this torrential down pour, which might result in Woods being an even bigger favorite by the time it's all said and done.
Tomorrow, the USGA will try to squeeze in two rounds of golf, but it's unlikely that they will be able to pull it off. The weather forecast is supposed to improve somewhat but any more rain could force the 2009 US Open to finish on Monday. Also, the USGA will allow golfers to have the greens squeegeed before their putts, which is somewhat of a rarity.
The golfers can have 3-4 feet in front and behind their ball squeegeed, which should allow for a smoother putt. Tiger Woods tried it out on the second hole but he still missed his putt. Check the site daily for 2009 US Open Odds Woods is just two shots off the lead and it's not like anyone has separated from the pack at this point. The leaders is Jeff Brehaut at -1 and he's also the leader in holes played.
He's finished up 11 holes, which is the most of anyone. Almost half the field still hasn't even teed off to this point, so don't put a lot of faith in Brehaut's early lead. As a matter of fact, it might work against him as he might get to thinking too much overnight now that he's in an unusual spot. Here's a sportsbook betting pick for you: Brehaut will NOT win the 2009 US Open. That being said, it will probably Woods. Check the site daily for 2009 US Open Odds