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Odds to win 2021 British Open

 
Mar. 6, 2021
by VI News
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Odds to Win 2021 Open Championship Odds

Odds To Win 2021 British Open (7/15/21 - 7/18/21)
Golfer American Fractional
Dustin Johnson +850 17/2
Rory McIlroy +1100 11/1
Brooks Koepka +1200 12/1
Jon Rahm +1200 12/1
Bryson Dechambeau +1600 16/1
Justin Thomas +2000 20/1
Tyrrell Hatton +2200 22/1
Jordan Spieth +2700 27/1
Xander Schauffele +2700 27/1
Hideki Matsuyama +2900 29/1
Patrick Cantlay +2900 29/1
Tommy Fleetwood +2900 29/1
Adam Scott +3300 33/1
Collin Morikawat +3300 33/1
Paul Caseyt +3300 33/1
Shane Lowryt +3300 33/1
Jason Day +4100 41/1
Justin Rose +4100 41/1
Patrick Reed +4100 41/1
Rickie Fowler +4100 41/1
Webb Simpson +4100 41/1
Louis Oosthuizen +4200 42/1
Daniel Berger +5000 500/1
Harris English +5000 500/1
Matthew Fitzpatrick +5000 500/1
Sergio Garcia +5000 500/1
Tony Finau +5000 500/1
Viktor Hovland +5000 500/1
Francesco Molinari +6500 65/1
Gary Woodland +6500 65/1
Henrik Stenson +6500 65/1
Joaquin Niemann +6500 65/1
Matt Kuchar +6500 65/1
Matthew Wolff +6500 65/1
Rasmus Hojgaard +6500 65/1
Robert MacIntyre +6500 65/1
Scottie Scheffler +6500 65/1
Sung-Jae Im +6500 65/1
Alex Noren +8000 80/1
Cameron Smith +8000 80/1
Lee Westwood +8000 80/1
Marc Leishman +8000 80/1
Danny Willett +9500 95/1
Branden Grace +10000 100/1
Bubba Watson +10000 100/1
Christiaan Bezuidenhout +10000 100/1
Graeme McDowell +10000 100/1
Ian Poulter +10000 100/1
Martin Kaymer +10000 100/1
Matt Wallace +10000 100/1
Max Homa +10000 100/1
Rafael Cabrera Bello +10000 100/1
Thomas Pieters +10000 100/1
Will Zalatoris +10000 100/1
Zach Johnson +10000 100/1
Bernd Wiesberger +12000 120/1
Brendon Todd +12000 120/1
Phil Mickelson +12000 120/1
Thomas Detry +12000 120/1
Abraham Ancer +15000 150/1
Billy Horschel +15000 150/1
Brandt Snedeker +15000 150/1
Byeong-Hun An +15000 150/1
Erik Van Rooyen +15000 150/1
Keegan Bradley +15000 150/1
Kevin Kisner +15000 150/1
Matthias Schwab +15000 150/1
Ryan Palmer +15000 150/1
Si Woo Kim +15000 150/1
Tom Lewis +15000 150/1
Andy Sullivan +21000 210/1
Brian Harman +21000 210/1
Cameron Champ +21000 210/1
Chez Reavie +21000 210/1
Corey Conners +21000 210/1
Jason Kokrak +21000 210/1
Kevin Na +21000 210/1
Joel Dahmen +27000 270/1
Kevin Streelman +27000 270/1
Lanto Griffin +27000 270/1

Odds Provided by FanDuel - Subject to Change

How to read the 2021 British Open Betting Odds

After postponing the 2020 British Open due to the COVID-19 global pandemic, the final major of the season that is often called "The Open Championship" will return in 2021.

The 2021 British Open is schedued to take place from July 15 to July 23 from Royal St. George's Golf Course in Sandwich, Kent, England.

2021 British Open Contenders

  • Dustin Johnson +850
  • Rory McIlroy +1100
  • Brooks Koepka +1200
  • Jon Rahm +1200
  • Bryson Dechambeau +1600
  • Justin Thomas +2000
  • Once again, Dustin Johnson has been made the top betting favorite at +850 (Bet $100 to win $850) odds to capture the event.

    After DJ, the contenders list is short with just five golfers listed below 20/1 odds.

    Of those ball strikers, only Rory McIlroy (11/1) has been able to lift the Claret Jug across the pond.

    British Open Betting History

    Betting on the British Open has produced great returns for long shot bettors and Shane Lowry brought back a 65/1 price in 2019.

    Inclduing Lowry, International players have won nine of the past 13 Open Championships and that includes a run of three of the last four.

    British Open Winners (2016-2020)

    • 2019 - Shane Lowry (65/1)
    • 2018 - Francesco Molinari (25/1)
    • 2017 - Jordan Spieth (12/1)
    • 2016 - Henrik Stenson (30/1)
    • 2015 - Zach Johnson (80/1)

    Jordan Spieth was the last American to raise the Claret Jug, doing so in 2017.

    In the modern era, Tiger Woods (3), Nick Faldo (3), Padraig Harrington (2) and Ernie Els (2) have multiple Open Championships.

    Coincidentally, Woods (2005-2006) and Harrington (2007-2008) both captured back-to-back championships over a four-year stretch and we haven't seen a repeat winner in the United Kingdom since.

    British Open Betting History


      
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