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Dustin Johnson withdraws from Masters with back injury
Dustin Johnson withdrew from the Masters before his first round Thursday, citing a back injury from falling down the stairs Wednesday afternoon.
By Kevin Cunningham
Monday, April 10, 2017

Updated June 6, 2017.

As attention turns to the U.S. Open at Erin Hills, it is clear that oddsmakers have not forgotten about Dustin Johnson. Johnson leads all players with an 13/2 chance to win his second U.S. Open title. Rory McIlroy is in second at 12/1, along with 2015 champ Jordan Spieth at 12/1. The oddsmakers are less confident when it comes to newly-minted Masters champion Sergio Garcia, who currently sits at 25/1 odds to win.

Here's a look at the top players, courtesy of Golfodds.com:

Dustin Johnson: 7/1

Rory McIlroy: 12/1

Jordan Spieth: 12/1

Jason Day: 12/1

Jon Rahm: 15/1

Rickie Fowler: 15/1

Justin Rose: 20/1

Sergio Garcia: 25/1

Hideki Matsuyama: 25/1

Adam Scott: 25/1

Henrik Stenson: 30/1

Justin Thomas: 30/1

Brooks Koepka: 30/1

Thomas Pieters: 30/1

Paul Casey: 40/1

Branden Grace: 40/1

Louis Oosthuizen: 40/1

Matt Kuchar: 50/1

Patrick Reed: 60/1

Head over to Golfodds.com to see odds for the rest of the field.

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