British Open Odds – Final Round

We've reached the final round of the Open Championship and all eyes will be on Shane Lowry.

The Irishman posted a tournament-best 8-under 63 on Saturday and holds a four-shot lead headed into Sunday.

He was in a four-way tie late in the third round before he started drilling one birdie after another. He just missed a birdie on the final hole that would have tied the major championship record.

The oddsmakers at the Las Vegas Westgate SuperBook have made Lowry the odds-on favorite at 4/7 (Bet $100 to win $57).

Prior to the event, Lowry was listed as high as 65/1 odds to capture the final major of the season. 

Pre-Tournament Odds

Sitting behind Lowry is Tommy Fleetwood at 12-under and J.B. Holmes at 10-under.

Fleetwood is considered to have the best shot to rally past Lowry at 7/2 odds (Bet $100 to $350) while Holmes has 40/1 odds.

Brooks Koepka and Justin Rose will have to make up seven shots on Lowry come Sunday at 9-under.

The SuperBook does believe the Koepka (10/1) and Rose (20/1) have an outside shot as well.

Listed below are the latest odds to win the Open Championship heading into Sunday's final round, per the SuperBook.

Odds to win 2019 Open Championship (7/21/19)
Shane Lowry 4/7
Tommy Fleetwood 7/2
Brooks Koepka 10/1
Justin Rose 20/1
J.B. Holmes 40/1
Rickie Fowler 50/1
Jon Rahm 60/1
Jordan Spieth 80/1
Lee Westwood 100/1
Tony Finau 150/1
Danny Willett 200/1
Henrik Stenson 200/1
Matt Kuchar 250/1
Alex Noren 300/1
Field (All Others) 60/1

The Superbook is also offering a head-to-head matchup on Lowry versus the field on Sunday and the return on all others brings back plus-155 (Bet $100 to win $155).

Odds to Win - Matchup
Shane Lowry - 175
Field (All Others) +155

Odds Subject to Change