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2019 U.S. Open: SportsLine has surprising picks and predictions

The SportsLine Projection Model simulated the 2019 U.S. Open 10,000 times and came up with a shocking leaderboard.
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We simulated the 2019 U.S. Open 10,000 times, and there are some major surprises. Our proprietary computer model, built by DFS pro Mike McClure, has nailed five majors entering the weekend, including Brooks Koepka's historic victory at the 2019 PGA Championship. It also called Tiger Woods' deep run in last year's PGA Championship despite being a 25-1 long shot.

The model has been spot-on in the 2018-19 season as well. It was high on champion Rory McIlroy at the Players Championship, projecting him as one of the top two contenders from the start. It also correctly predicted Koepka's (9-1) victory at the CJ Cup. Additionally, it correctly called Bryson DeChambeau's (9-1) seven-shot victory at the Omega Dubai Desert Classic. Anyone who has followed the model is WAY up.

Now, it has simulated the 2019 U.S. Open and there are some HUGE surprises.

One major surprise the model is calling for at the U.S. Open this year: Tiger Woods, a three-time champion, reigning Masters champ, and one of the top Vegas favorites, barely cracks the top 10. Another surprise: Justin Thomas, a 25-1 long shot, makes a strong run at the title. He has a much better chance to win it all than his odds imply, so he's a target for anyone looking for a HUGE payday.

Also, the model says four golfers with odds of 20-1 or longer will make a deep run at the U.S Open title, including a MONSTER long shot. Anyone who bets on these underdogs could hit it BIG... Join SportsLine right now to see who you can bank on to win the 2019 U.S. Open, and see which long shots make a run at the title, plus see Tiger Woods' exact finish position, all from the model that just nailed the PGA Championship!

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