Open Championship Betting

Sunday - 7/23/23
Tournament Winner
Rory McIlroy
+1000
Jon Rahm
+1200
Scottie Scheffler
+1200
Justin Thomas
+1400
Cameron Smith
+1600
Jordan Spieth
+2000
Xander Schauffele
+2000
Collin Morikawa
+2200
Dustin Johnson
+2200
Matt Fitzpatrick
+2200
Will Zalatoris
+2200
Patrick Cantlay
+2500
Sam Burns
+2800
Viktor Hovland
+3000
Brooks Koepka
+3300
Bryson DeChambeau
+3300
Hideki Matsuyama
+3300
Shane Lowry
+3300
Tommy Fleetwood
+3300
Cameron Young
+4000
Tony Finau
+4000
Tyrrell Hatton
+4000
Joohyung Kim
+4000
Daniel Berger
+5000
Joaquin Niemann
+5000
Max Homa
+5000
Sungjae Im
+5000
Tiger Woods
+5000
Adam Scott
+6600
Davis Riley
+6600
Louis Oosthuizen
+6600
Paul Casey
+6600
Seamus Power
+6600
Justin Rose
+6600
Abraham Ancer
+8000
Billy Horschel
+8000
Bubba Watson
+8000
Corey Conners
+8000
Patrick Reed
+8000
Robert Macintyre
+8000
Jason Day
+9000
Aaron Wise
+10000
Keegan Bradley
+10000
Mito Pereira
+10000
Sergio Garcia
+10000
Talor Gooch
+10000
Webb Simpson
+10000
Christiaan Bezuidenhout
+12500
Gary Woodland
+12500
Harold Varner III
+12500
Marc Leishman
+12500
Rickie Fowler
+12500
Russell Henley
+12500
Adam Hadwin
+15000
Alex Noren
+15000
Branden Grace
+15000
Brian Harman
+15000
Cameron Champ
+15000
Chris Kirk
+15000
Harris English
+15000
Jason Kokrak
+15000
Matthew Wolff
+15000
Maverick McNealy
+15000
Ryan Fox
+15000
Sebastian Munoz
+15000
Si Woo Kim
+15000
Tom Hoge
+15000
Charl Schwartzel
+20000
Erik van Rooyen
+20000
Francesco Molinari
+20000
Jhonattan Vegas
+20000
Kevin Kisner
+20000
Kevin Na
+20000
K.H. Lee
+20000
Luke List
+20000
Matt Kuchar
+20000
Ryan Palmer
+20000
Sepp Straka
+20000
Lee Westwood
+25000
Phil Mickelson
+25000
Sam Horsfield
+25000
Thomas Pieters
+25000
Henrik Stenson
+30000
Russell Knox
+30000
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British Open

In addition to the biennial Ryder Cup team competition (all Ryder Cup bets), the four major tournaments played in stroke play — including the British Open — are the most important events in golf.

Betting on the British Open

The Grand Slam in professional golf means winning all the major golf championships that are played each season in this order: the Masters, the U.S. Open Championship, the British Open and the U.S. PGA Championship (all bets on the U.S. PGA Championship).

The British Open is the only Major held outside of the United States, and it is the oldest surviving professional golf tournament. The Claret Jug and its rich history are sought after by all golfers and are frequently played in the birthplace of golf— which is why the British Open is one of the best golf tournaments in the world.

The British Open, also known simply as The Open, is one of the most prestigious tournaments on the PGA Tour and the European PGA Tour. Founded in 1860, it was originally held annually at Prestwick Golf Club in Scotland. It now rotates between several courses in Scotland, England, and Northern Ireland.

Recommended betting on the British Open

The British Open Major starts every year on the third Friday of July. It is one of the most unpredictable majors in terms of who wins. The challenge of the course - the coastal winds, the changes between sun and rain, and vice versa are quite intense.

Some iconic holes such as the Road Hole 17th at St. Andrews and the Postage Stamp at Royal Troon have made or broken the reputation of many golfers.

The winner of the British Open is usually an under double-digit par player. The most challenging golf course is Carnoustie, which since 1980 is a three-under par, with an average of only 15 players under par per championship.

Betting on the Men's British Open

The men's tournament is a 72-hole total competition over four rounds and lasts for more than four days, with 18 holes played each day. Rounds are played in groups of three golfers for the first two days and groups of two for the last two days. Make golf bets on our online sports betting platform.

The open field is cut to the top 70 players plus ties after 36 holes. We recommend betting on the golfers who arrive in good shape before the tournament and are more likely to make the cut.

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