Earlier this week, I previewed the US Open focusing on some of the top players at The Country Club. Now let’s dig into some “longshots.”

Note: prices listed below available at a major US sportsbooks as of writing on Monday.

Mito Pereira 60/1

This could be a great bounceback spot for Mito after his heartbreak at Southern Hills. He ranks top 10 in off the tee, approach, driving efficiency and greens in regulation. Pereira has finished 27th or better in each of his last seven starts.

Corey Conners 60/1

Conners ranks top 5 in off the tee, driving efficiency and greens in regulation. He has finished sixth and 13th the last two weeks, gaining a combined 19.1 strokes off the tee and on approach. He’s a good U.S. Open fit.

Louis Oosthuizen 75/1

Oosthuzien hasn’t had the best of form in 2022 but he plays so much better in majors than normal PGA Tour events (which, now, might exclusively be the LIV series as a captain of the legendary juggernaut Stingers GC). He has finished top three in four of his last seven majors. The Mattress King’s approach is based on patience and a solid overall game. Don’t be surprised to see him contend once again.

Davis Riley 80/1

Riley, a stud down on the Korn Ferry Tour in recent years, has really burst onto the scene over the last few months. He has finished 13th or better in each of his last five starts. His iron play has been outstanding, gaining 23 strokes over his last four events. If he can continue that solid iron play, another top 13 finish may be in store this week.

Sebastian Munoz 160/1

Munoz ranks top 20 in off the tee, approach, driving efficiency and greens in regulation, while also settling above average in putting and around the green. He just struggles to finish events off, which is why we are getting the price at 160/1. He has made his last 10 cuts in 2022 which result in seven finishes of 33rd or better. Munoz makes for a great option as a longshot this week to win or finish top 10.

Russell Henley 160/1

Henley ranks top 25 in approach, driving efficiency, greens in regulation and around the green. That’s a great combination for The Country Club. Henley already has five top-14 finishes this season. If he has any semblance of a putter this week, we could see the UGA product deliver yet another high finish.