British Open Current Odds

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Current Odds to Win the British Open – 2009

Tiger Woods Betting Options

As they get ready to tee it up at Turnberry for the 2009 British Open, all eyes will be on Tiger Woods. Nothing new of course. All eyes are on Tiger Woods in every Tournament he plays in. After all, he is the best golfer in the world. But if you’re planning on betting on Tiger Woods in the 2009 British Open we suggest you reconsider as the current odds on Tiger to win present very little value.

Tigers average current odds to win the Open are +225. Which means you wager $100 to win $225. A those odds, you simply have to pass. You can do much better by simply betting on Tiger in the head to head matchups. For example, some sportsbooks offer three way betting. They match 3 golfers for a particular round, or for the entire British Open and post odds for each. One sportsbook has the following 3 way odds. Tiger Woods -175, Lee Westwood +225 and Ryo Ishikawa +665. In this scenario, all Tiger has to do is beat Westwood and Ishikawa in the first round and you win your bet. It will cost you more than betting Tiger to win the Open, but instead of having to beat the entire field for the entire event, he just has to beat those two in the first round.

Speaking of the entire field, most sportsbooks also offer a Tiger Woods vs. the Field wager. The average current odds we have seen for this prop are the Field at +400. Which means you can wager $100 to win $400 and you get every player participating in the British Open against Tiger Woods. As long as Tiger doesn’t win, you win your wager. again, a little more value in this instance, backing every player as opposed to just backing one.

No guarantee Tiger will win as it is. He’s never played this course before. Last time we checked, Tiger doesn’t win EVERY Tournament. Padraig Harrington won the last two Opens (no Tiger last year) and he has current odds of 25/1!!! Greg Norman not only won the Open in the past, but he won it at Turnberry on this very course and has current odds to win of 100/1. Now that would be a nice Score eh? And a nice story as well. Ok, he won it here 23 years ago. But still, dare to dream.

The point we are trying to drive home is that there are far better betting opportunities for the British Open than betting on the favorite, Tiger Woods, to win it all. Aside from the bet offers we have already discussed, there are head to head matchups, there are odds posted on each players chance of making the top 10 (Tiger is a 5/1 favorite to make the top 10). There are odds posted on the top Englishman, the top American or the top European. There are also odds posted on whether or not each player will make the cut.

Here are the Current Odds to win the British Open gathered from several different Sportsbooks including SBG Global. Make sure you shop around and check the odds at all the top sportsbooks. What you save is what you earn!

Tiger Woods +225

 Field (Any Other Golfers) +400

Sergio Garcia +2000

Lee Westwood +2500

Padraig Harrington +2500

Ian Poulter +2500

Rory McIlroy +2500

Steve Stricker +3000

Retief Goosen +3000

Hunter Mahan +3000

Paul Casey +3000

Henrik Stenson +3000

Geoff Ogilvy +3000

Jim Furyk +3000

Anthony Kim +3000

Martin Kaymer +4000

Ross Fisher +4000

Adam Scott +4000

Ernie Els +4000

David Duval +5000

Zach Johnson +5000

Camilo Villegas +5000

Kenny Perry +5000

Ben Curtis +6000

Angel Cabrera +6000

Graeme McDowell +6000

Sean OHair +6000

Vijay Singh +6000

David Toms +6000

Mike Weir +7500

Justin Leonard +7500

Tim Clark +7500

Luke Donald +8000

Stuart Appleby +10000

Andres Romero +10000

Justin Rose +10000

Stewart Cink +10000

Robert Allenby +10000

KJ Choi +10000

Greg Norman +10000

Lucas Glover +10000

Miguel Angel Jimenez +12500

Rory Sabbatini +12500

Stephen Ames +12500

Davis Love III +12500

John Daly +15000

Chad Campbell +15000

Darren Clarke +15000

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