After entering the weekend tied for the lead at 1-under par, Tiger Woods remains the odds-on favorite to win the 2012 U.S. Open.
Woods is listed at 5-4 odds, according to Bovada, to win his first major tournament since 2008 after shooting an even-par 70 on Friday. He remains at 1-under for the tournament, tied atop the leaderboard with Jim Furyk (5-1 odds) and David Toms (10-1).
Those three players were the only ones to break par after the first two days of play at the Olympic Club in San Francisco, CA.
St. John's grad Keegan Bradley (200-1 odds) opened with matching 73s to reach the weekend at 6-over par, tied for 42nd place.
For complete 2012 U.S. Open Odds, visit Bovada.
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