2019 Open Championship Betting Odds and Tips

WilliamHillBetfairCoralMansionBet
Brooks Koepka4.50555
Jon Rahm7.50777
Tommy Fleetwood13121512
Justin Rose15151715
Shane Lowry17131917
Patrick Cantlay26262926
W Simpson26262926
Tony Finau26292926
Sergio Garcia29312929
Henrik Stenson34293629
J.B. Holmes34343634
Rickie Fowler34343634
Tyrell Hatton34343634
Jordan Spieth41413635
Jason Day41464629
Dustin Johnson41414641
Lee Westwood41414641
Matt Kuchar51414641
Alex Noren41415641
Louis Oosthuizen51515651
Justin Thomas51515651
Dylan Frittelli67677167
Hideki Matsuyama678110167
Robert Macintyre816710181
Kiradech Aphibarnrat818110181
Eddie Pepperell818110181
Bernd Wiesberger818110181
Kevin Kisner1268110181
Matthew Fitzpatrick101101126101
Romain Langasque101101126101
Ryan Fox101101126101
Patrick Reed101126126101
Branden Grace126101151126
Erik van Rooyen126101151126
Paul Casey126126151126
Russell Knox126126201151
Lucas Bjerregaard126151251151
Xander Schauffele151176251151
Matt Wallace201151251151
Rory Sabbatini151201251151
Cameron Smith201201201201
Andrew Putnam201151251201
Charley Hoffman201251251251
Francesco Molinari251251301151
Rory McIlroy201201301251
Sungjae Im201201301251
Si Woo Kim251251301251
Rafael Cabrera-Bello251301301201
Thorbjorn Olesen301251301251
Lucas Glover201301401251
Bryson DeChambeau201301401251
Graeme McDowell251301401251
Thomas Pieters251301401251
Bubba Watson301301401251
G Woodland251401401251
Justin Harding351301401251
Takumi Kanaya401251--
Abraham Ancer301401401251
Aaron Wise351401401251
Byeong-Hun An301401401301
Keegan Bradley301401401301
Danny Willett201501501201
Sang Hyun Park401251401501
Yuki Inamori201501501251
Shubhankar Sharma401401401401
Callum Shinkwin301401501301
Chez Reavie301401501401
Billy Horschel501--301
David Lipsky501--301
Joaquin Niemann401--401
Kyle Stanley401--401
Doc Redman501401501301
Jorge Campillo401--501
Keith Mitchell401--501
Prom Meesawat401--501
Yuta Ikeda401--501
Ernie Els251501751401
Darren Clarke301401751501
Ashton Turner401301751501
Zander Lombard401401751401
Doyeob Mun501--501
Stewart Cink501--501
Michael L - Vera---501
Miguel Angel Jimenez---501
Emiliano Grillo401501751401
Zach Johnson401501751403.25
Adam Hadwin351501751501
Brian Harman401501751501
Jim Furyk401501751501
Yosuke Asaji401501751501
Joost Luiten501501751501
Marc Leishman101--1001
Brandon Stone501501751501
Brandt Snedeker501501751501
Adrian Otaegui401501751751
Mikko Korhonen401501751751
Padraig Harrington3514011001501
Patton Kizzire501501751751
Robert Rock401-1001251
Connor Syme2515011001501
Alexander Levy5015011001301
Adri Arnaus501--751
Andy Sullivan751--501
C. Wood501--751
Isidro Benitez501--751
Ian Poulter4015011001501
Phil Mickelson4015011001501
Nino Bertasio5015011001401
Paul Waring301--1001
Tiger Woods2515011001751
Hao-Tong Li5015011001501
Jazz Janewattananond5015011001501
Adam Scott5015011001501
Luke List3515011001751
Oliver Wilson4015011001751
Andrea Pavan4015011001751
Andrew Johnston4015011001751
Benjamin Hebert4015011001751
Shaun Norris501-1001501
Ryan Palmer5015011001751
Jimmy Walker5015011001751
Kevin Streelman401--1001
Christiaan Bezuidenhout5015011001751
Andrew Wilson401--1001
Jason Kokrak5015011001751
Jack Senior401--1001
Corey Conners5015011001751
Tom Lewis401--1001
Curtis Knipes751---
Jake McLeod751--751
James Sugrue7515011001-
Gunn Charoenkul751--751
Brandon Wu7515011001-
Joel Dahmen501--1001
Mikumu Horikawa7515011001751
Paul Lawrie501--1001
Sung-Hoon Kang751--1001
Nathan Lashley751--1001
Chan Kim1001--751
Austin Connelly751--1001
Alexander Bjork751--1001
Dong Kyu Jang751--1001
Dimitros Papadatos---1001
David Duval---1001
Garrick Porteous---1001
Cheng-Tsung Pan---1001
Matthew Baldwin---1001
Kurt Kitayama1001--1001
Tom Lehman---1001
Shugo Imahira---1001
Richard Sterne---1001
Yoshinori Fujimoto1001--1001
Matthias Schmid1501---
In Choon Hwang2001--1001
Sam Locke2001--1501

We’re hugely excited for the 2019 Open Championship which is the only golfing major that is played in the United Kingdom. On this occasion, the world’s elite will head to the Royal Portrush Golf Club in Antrim, Northern Ireland, with this country playing host to the Open Championship for just the second time.

Royal Portrush hosted the Open in 1951 and this was the only time where the Open has been hosted outside of England and Scotland before this year’s event. The Dunluce Links course is widely regarded as one of the best golf courses in the world, with all eyes likely to be on one player.

Rory Bidding to Win on Home Soil

Rory McIlroy is currently trading at around the 10/1 mark to win the Claret Jug in 2019 and it’s little surprise that he’s among the favourite to win the 2019 Open Championship. Rory is among the best players in the world and he’s massively excited about the prospect of competing at a course which is clearly dear to his heart.

McIlroy has decided to skip the Irish Open to make sure he’s fully prepared for the Open Championship, with the 29-year-old admitting that landing the Claret Jug at this golf course would mean more to him than completing a career Grand Slam.

“If there is ever a year when I feel I can miss the Irish Open, it’s this year,” McIlroy told the BBC. “If I was to play the Irish Open, the Open Championship would be my third event in a row. For me, that’s not the best way to prepare for what could be the biggest event of my life.”

McIlroy knows Portrush like the back of his hand and will be back on native soil where the crowds will be flocking to see their national hero, with Rory determined to enjoy the experience but ultimately win the Open Championship for a second time at a course where he’s clearly at home.

Tiger Woods Trading as Favourite for Claret Jug

Tiger Woods has won the Open Championship on three occasions, with the American having triumphed in 2000, 2005 and 2006 although it’s worth bearing in mind that it’s been thirteen years since the 43-year-old has lifted the Claret Jug and this tournament might come at the wrong time for the legendary player.

Woods will be playing his fourth major and might have exerted himself a great deal in the PGA Championship and Open Championship, which comes fairly soon after his Masters triumph where he was able to secure a Green Jacket for the fifth occasion.

Tiger was able to tie sixth in the Open last year after a two year hiatus out of the competition, while his previous two appearances saw the American miss the cut after finishing in 69th in 2014. This sort of data suggests that it might be a tall order for the legend of golf to get among the leaders.

Francesco Molinari Could Make Strong Title Defence

Molinari is trading at 25/1 to win at Royal Portrush and he will be in no mood to relinquish his Open Championship title. The Italian continues to improve and is now among the top golf players in the world, with the Ryder Cup hero of 2018 having enjoyed a two-shot victory at Carnoustie last summer.

Molinari is hugely popular with golf spectators and it’s worth bearing in mind that his play at Carnoustie was outstanding to the degree that he didn’t drop a shot during his final two rounds at the Scottish course. The diminutive European didn’t drop a shot during his final 37 holes.

The Italian’s temperament is rock solid and rarely wavers, with the 36-year-old looking forward to the challenge and he might actually benefit from a scorched course rather than inclement conditions. His all-round game is top rate and many will think he’s an each-way bet to nothing.

Could We See a New Name on the Claret Jug?

Francesco Molinari, Jordan Spieth, Henrik Stenson, Zach Johnson, Rory McIlroy, Phil Mickelson and Tiger Woods are some of the previous winners that will be returning in search of further Open Championship glory, although there’s a decent chance that we will see a first-time Open winner at Portrush.

Dustin Johnson has fared well in the Open Championship before and seems to adjust well to the links conditions in the United Kingdom, with the American trading at 14/1 to lift the Claret Jug and follow in the footsteps of many of his compatriots who have done this previously.

Justin Rose is also among the favourites to win the Open Championship and the Englishman is sure to get a warm reception on every hole at Portrush, while he’s often found making a late charge on the final day. Ian Poulter is another Ryder Cup hero that announced a resurgence by playing well at the Masters and he’s available at a big price.

Brooks Koepka is a serial winner of major golf tournaments and Rickie Fowler is another American who has regularly made a splash on this side of the Atlantic, with the latter yet to win a major championship and it doesn’t seem to be getting any easier to claim the spoils given the level of competition.

Many think it’s a matter of time before Jon Rahm wins a major championship and the Spaniard clearly has time on his hands, with an aggressive style of play likely to work well around the links course. Sergio Garcia has come close in the Open Championship before and is available at a big price to compete here.

Look for Extra Places on Open Championship

Many customers like placing each-way bets on the Open Championship considering it’s fairly hard to pick out a winner amidst a big field of talented golfers. Each-way betting means that you can back a golfer and make money if they manage to finish high up the leaderboard.

Well ahead of the Open Championship, you might typically only see ¼ odds for the first four places when it comes to each-way betting. However, the bookmakers will start to create more attractive place terms when we approach the tournament.

It’s good to hunt around for a bookie that is offering the best possible place terms. You might get an operator offering eight places for a particular tournament and some even go as big as ten places. It’s a great way of making money without needing to back the winner.

Open Championship Betting Tips

We’re going to swerve Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy at the head of the betting market, with the latter clearly desperate to win in Ireland although that doesn’t always equate to producing a quality performance over four days. However, Dustin Johnson is someone who can go close to landing his first Claret Jug at Portrush.

DJ missed the cut in 2018 although he’s previously performed well in this tournament, enjoying three top-ten performances amongst others. This American has demonstrated that he can cope with all manner of elements to prosper in tough conditions.

We’re also getting with Francesco Molinari who illustrated a love for links golf when triumphing at Carnoustie twelve months previously and the Italian is just so adept at playing steady golf in that metronomic fashion.

We’ll throw in Matt Kuchar at a much bigger price. The likeable American nearly won two years ago before a stirring comeback from Jordan Spieth and it would be little surprise to see “Kooch” in the mix on the final day.

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