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Final round
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The Open

Collin Morikawa -15
Jordan Spieth -13
Jon Rahm -11
Louis Oosthuizen -11
Dylan Frittelli -9
Brooks Koepka -8
Mackenzie Hughes -8
Dustin Johnson -7
Robert MacIntyre -7
Daniel Berger -7
Scottie Scheffler -7

Final round
betting odds
The Open

Louis Oosthuizen 6/4
Collin Morikawa 15/8
Jordan Spieth 5/1
Jon Rahm 16/1
Scottie Scheffler 20/1
Corey Conners 22/1
Cameron Smith 100/1
Dylan Frittelli 100/1
Mackenzie Hughes 100/1
Dustin Johnson 150/1
Shane Lowry 200/1
Paul Casey 200/1
Marcel Siem 250/1
Justin Harding 300/1
Daniel Berger 300/1
Andy Sullivan 300/1
Webb Simpson 300/1
Brooks Koepka 400/1
Jason Kokrak 500/1
Kevin Streelman 750/1
Robert MacIntyre 750/1
Emiliano Grillo 750/1
Cameron Tringale 750/1
Danny Willett 750/1
Ryan Fox 1000/1
Rory McIlroy 1000/1
Joel Dahmen 1000/1
Brian Harman 1000/1
Xander Schauffele 1000/1
Tony Finau 1000/1
Tommy Fleetwood 1000/1
Matthew Fitzpatrick 1000/1
Matt Wallace 1000/1
Justin Rose 1000/1
Daniel Van Tonder 1000/1
Lanto Griffin 1000/1
Dean Burmester 1000/1
Harris English 1000/1
Aaron Rai 1000/1


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Review & Betting Tips for The Open


Jon Rahm
Jon Rahm
James Kennedy

Xander Schauffele
Xander Schauffele

Jordan Spieth
Jordan Spieth
Erik Charlton

Tommy Fleetwood
Tommy Fleetwood
James Kennedy

Shane Lowry
Shane Lowry

Branden Grace
Branden Grace
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Lucas Herbert
Lucas Herbert
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I am in my car driving down the A2 towards Sandwich with the excitement building - Ian Flemming used the name Royal St Mark’s in his gold finger novel and maybe that was to put people off trying to find this Kent jewel and host to the first Open Championship outside of Scotland. Can you guess where I am heading to yet? If you have you can appreciate my obvious excitement.

Yes today I tee it up at Royal St George’s Golf Club host to fourteen Open Championships and one of the toughest courses you are ever likely to play. Jack Nicklaus shot an 83 here in the 1981 Open Championship and Tiger Woods lost a ball on the first hole in 2003 - this is a course that has no respect for reputations and I am not sure you will find a flat lie anywhere on the course and that includes the greens!

I love links golf and the way it makes you think about every shot you play but Royal St George’s is a links course that even on the calmest day still packs a heavyweight punch. But when you putt out at the 18th you know you have played one of the best courses you will ever tee it up on.

There isn’t a weak hole on the course and even the shortest par 4 which is the 361 yard twelfth hole still packs a punch with its five bunkers protecting the front of the green and one at the back, oh and let’s not forget the two bunkers right in the landing that you have to negotiate first.

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My tips to Win:

Well it’s Saturday night and Jon Rahm 7/1 – with 10Bet – has just shot a two under 69 at the Scottish Open and has lost his 36-hole lead, but whether he comes back strongly tomorrow or not I think Jon is the man to beat this week, his life is in a great place at the moment and back-to-back Major Championship wins will just be the cherry on the top.

Someone who has consistently performed at Major Championships but is still waiting to get one over the line is Xander Schauffele 20/1 – BetWay – and I think The Open Championship may just be the Major that he wins first. The Open always throws a curve ball into the mix on the final day and with Xander’s ability to stay in the mix right to the end that curve ball just may go his way.

Someone who comes into this Open Championship slightly under the radar is Jordan Spieth 20/1 – WilliamHill – after starting the year with a missed cut Jordan has gone on to win and notch up a runner-up and four other Top 5 finishes. Who can forget his Open Championship win at Royal Birkdale and that drop onto the practice ground and with a Seve like short game, his second claret jug isn’t that far away.

Each-way tip:

I was quite surprised to find Tommy Fleetwood 40/1 – MansionBet – this far down the betting odds and that can only be good news for punters, Tommy currently sits inside the Top 20 at the Scottish Open having shot all three rounds under par and opened up with a 66. Fleetwood hasn’t really set the world alight this year on both the European and PGA Tours, but a solid Top 20 at the Irish Open and his current form at the Scottish Open, I feel he is trending in the right direction and will be in the thick of it come Sunday afternoon.

Probably not the weather forecast Shane Lowry 40/1 – with SpreadEx – was hoping for at Sandwich this week, with all four days predicted to be sunny with not much wind, unlike when Shane won at Royal Portrush. It maybe two years ago but Lowry is the defending champion this week and will want to put up a solid defence and with three Top 10s from his last five starts on the PGA Tour and a final round 66 at the Irish Open for a Top 25 finish, his game is in a good place at the moment and he won’t want to give up that claret jug without a fight.

Outside tip:

The lowest Open Championship score of 62 is held by Branden Grace 70/1 – with SportNation – which he shot at the 2017 Open Championship at Royal Birkdale and his low ball flight certainly favours links golf and although the wind is not due to pick up on the forecasts at the moment, those of us who play links golf regularly will know that can change very rapidly. Branden won his second PGA Tour event earlier this year and I think these are great odds for the South African.

Longer odds:

Try Lucas Herbert 150/1 – with 10Bet

As always good luck


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