US Open Golf 2011 Form Guide
When making a bet on the this year's US Open at the Congressional Country Club punters are well advised to check the form of all the Top Players leading up to the Major. Due to its unpredicatble nature golf is, of course, a tough sport for punters to get involved with but one tip is to check out how well players are performing in the build up to the tournament in order to get an idea of who is heading to the US Open with momentum.
Current Grand Slam Champions
- 2011 US Masters - Charl Schwartzel
- 2010 US Open - Graeme McDowell
- 2010 Open Championship - Louis Oosthuizen
- 2010 PGA Championship - Martin Kaymer
In the US Masters back in April the South African Charl Schwartzel was the surprise winner, holding his nerve in the final few rounds to win his first ever major. Rory Mcllroy was leading the pack up all the way up until the last nine holes, when he capitulated and rapidly fell back. The US Masters witnessed the return to form of Tiger Woods who had a very strong final two rounds. Other player's who impressed included the Australian trio of Jason Day, Adam Scott and Geoff Ogilvy, as well as England's Luke Donald.
New World No. 1 Luke Donald has been in sensational form since the turn of 2011 and is currently top of the FedEx Cup standings. The 33-year-old is closely followed by theAmerican's Bubba Watson, Mark Wilson and Matt Kucher. Donald is in fine form at the moment and this showed with an impressive win at the WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship win in February, which has been followed by nine other top 10 finishes.
Donald is also the Top European Golfer at the moment and the current leader in the Race to Dubai rankings. The 33-year-old Englishman has won a number of events this year, including most recently the BMW PGA Championship in May. Carl Schwartzel is second following his impressive US Masters win in April and a first placed finish at the Joburg Open back in January. The South African will head into the US Masters looking to beat his best placed finish of tied 16th.