How Many Majors Can Bryson DeChambeau Win?: Odds For 2024 US Open Winner’s Career

  • 👀Bryson DeChambeau is now a multiple-time major winner, defeating Rory McIlroy at Pinehurst No. 2.
  • 📈Below, we provide odds on how many majors DeChambeau will win in his entire career.
  • ⛳Can the big golfer finally come through at Augusta National next April?

One of golf’s most enigmatic stars in Bryson DeChambeau thwarted Northern Irish supernova Rory McIlroy on the back nine at Pinehurst No. 2 on Sunday to capture the California native’s second career U.S. Open championship and 13th win of his pro golf career.  

Now, DeChambeau has two Majors under his belt (the 2020 and 2024 U.S. Open) and years of golf to go (health permitting), which begs the question of whether the 30-year-old California native's upset across North Carolina sports betting at Pinehurst was the first step in a potential run of wins in the sport’s biggest tournaments.  

With that in mind, broke down some hypothetical odds on how many major championships DeChambeau can win, beginning with next month’s Open Championship at Royal Troon from July 18-21.

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How Many Majors Will Bryson DeChambeau Win?

Majors Won


Percent Chance

Over 4.5



Under 4.5



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O/U 4.5 Majors For Bryson?

Given his relative youthful age (30) and two career major championships through eight years as a professional golfer, it’s fair to say that DeChambeau is a good bet to win five or more of the sport’s top tournaments before he hangs up his clubs for good.  

The one thing that may hamper that pursuit is DeChambeau’s do-or-die style, which may lead to injuries down the road as he ages (similar to the ones that ultimately derailed Tiger Woods’ pursuit of Jack Nicklaus’ major championship record).  

With that all in mind, set the bar for DeChambeau at 4.5 major championships.

Given DeChambeau’s success at various major championship courses, with a runner-up at the PGA Championship held at Valhalla in 2024 and a sixth place finish at Augusta in April, there’s no denying that the Californian has a shot at crushing that mark in the near-distant future. Operators like BetMGM North Carolina already have odds up for DeChambeau at next year's Masters.

That’s why we set the bar at -130 (or 56.5%) that DeChambeau wins more than five majors in his pro golfing career, compared with +130 (or 43.5%) odds that he only captures one or two more before his run is done.  

One way or another, DeChambeau enters July’s Open Championship in Scotland as the most recent major champion, with an eye towards capturing his first title at one of the three other top-tier tournaments when the first round tees off from Royal Troon on July 18.  

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Christopher Boan

Christopher Boan is a lead writer at specializing in covering state issues. He has covered sports and sports betting in Arizona for more than seven years, including stops at, the Tucson Weekly and the Green Valley News.

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