How To Bet The British Open at SugarHouse Sportsbook

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The 148th edition of the British Open is set to tee-off Thursday at Royal Portrush Golf Club in Northern Ireland. Last year’s champion Francesco Molinari will look to defend his title against a, per usual, loaded field of players.

SugarHouse Sportsbook has posted their odds in anticipation of The Open this weekend, including outright winners, group winners, and even head-to-head matchups.

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Outright Winner Odds

PlayerOdds
Rory McIlroy+900
Brooks Koepka+1000
Jon Rahm+1400
Dustin Johnson +1600
Tiger Woods+1800
Justin Rose+2200
Patrick Cantlay+2200
Francesco Molinari+2800
Xander Schauffele+2800
Tommy Fleetwood+3000

Favorites to win Open Championship at SugarHouse Sportsbook

1. Rory McIlroy (+900)

The winner of the 2014 iteration of the British Open, McIlroy is SugarHouse’s favorite this time around. He won the Players Championship back in March and also won the Canadian Open last month. He’s finished in the top-10 in 10 of his 13 PGA Tour appearances this season, so he’s certainly in a good position to make some noise this time around.

2. Brooks Koepka (+1000)

Koepka has performed WELL in the three majors to be played so far this season. He won the PGA Championship back in May and was the runner-up in the Masters and U.S. Open. Like always, he’ll be a popular bet – currently receiving upwards of 20% of the handle at DraftKing Sportsbook – and based on his past performances, he just might make a run at this one.

3. Jon Rahm (+1400)

Despite missing the cut in two of the last three tournaments he’s participated in (including the PGA Championship), Rahm has had a strong showing of late. After winning the Zurich Classic of New Orelans, he finished third in the US Open behind Brooks Koepka and champion Gary Woodland. Rahm will be looking for his first major championship.

4. Dustin Johnson (+1600)

Johnson will look to rebound from a rough stretch of tournaments of late. After finishing in the top 10 in 8 of 11 appearances, he finished 35th at the US Open and missed the cut at the Rocket Mortgage Classic. Still, he was the runner-up at the Masters and the PGA Championship this season and won WGC-Mexico Championship in February. He’ll be looking for his 2nd major title after winning the US Open in 2016.

5. Tiger Woods (+1800)

Tiger will be looking to continue his resurgent string of success this weekend. His memorable win at the Masters is by far the best moment of this PGA Tour season. After missing the cut at the PGA Championship, he placed 9th at the Memorial Tournament, and then finished 21st at the US Open. Tiger will look to claim his 4th British Open victory, having last won it in 2006. It would also be his 16th major win, two more behind Jack Nicklaus for the most major championships in PGA Tour history.

Groups

SugarHouse will also be taking bets on group winnners for the tournament:

Group AOdds
Rory McIlroy+225
Brooks Koepka+260
Jon Rahm+400
Dustin Johnson+450
Tiger Woods+550
Group BOdds
Patrick Cantlay+350
Justin Rose+350
Xander Schauffele+350
Adam Scott+350
Henrik Stenson+350
Group COdds
Justin Thomas+300
Tommy Fleetwood+333
Rickie Fowler+350
Jason Day+380
Bryson Dechambeau+380
Group DOdds
Francesco Molinari+275
Paul Casey+333
Matt Kuchar+350
Hideki Matsuyama+350
Webb Simpson+450
Group EOdds
Jordan Spieth+275
Sergio Garcia+333
Tony Finau+350
Marc Leishman+400
Gary Woodland+400
Group FOdds
Rafa Cabrera-Bello+333
Matthew Fitzpatrick+333
Louis Oosthuizen+333
Tyrrell Hatton +350
Ian Poulter+400

Matchups

1v1 matchups for the better finish will also be available for prospective betters. Just to list a few:

Rory McIlroy v. Jon Rahm 
McIlroy-150
Rahm+138
Tie+1800
Brooks Koepka v. Dustin Johnson 
Koepka-137
Johnson+130
Tie+1800
Tiger Woods v. Justin Rose 
Woods-106
Rose+100
Tie+1800
Patrick Cantlay v. Xander Schauffele 
Cantlay-106
Schauffele+100
Tie+1800
Tommy Fleetwood v. Rickie Fowler 
Fleetwood-110
Fowler+105
Tie+1800

The British Open is the last major championship of this PGA Tour season, and SugarHouse is clearly making the most of it. You don’t want to miss out!

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