Odds To Win The 2019 Open Championship

Odds To Win The 2019 Open Championship

Odds To Win The 2019 Open Championship

With the Open Championship just around the corner, Golf’s Major-Savant, Brooks Koepka is the bettor’s favorite at 15/2 in the odds to win the 2019 Open Championship.

It is hard to bet against him. Koepka has won four Majors in the last three years and has finished second in two others. It took a career round from Gary Woodland to keep Koepka from winning three US Opens in a row.

So what of reigning US Open winner Gary Woodland? Oddsmakers have him in at 50/1, along with the likes of Mark Leishman, Shane Lowry, Webb Simpson, and Phil Mickelson. In other words: they don’t think he has much of a chance.

Rory McIlroy is a sentimental “home town” favorite. It would be quite a feat to see the Irishman win the Open Championship at an Irish Course. For that reason, I suspect it will be too much pressure for him.

Dustin Johnson and Tiger Woods are both in at 12/1. Tiger of course won the Masters this year, and Johnson has finished second at both the PGA Championship and The Masters. I don’t think, however, that either of those offer much insight into how they might do at a classic links course.

Francesco Molinari and Jordan Spieth are in next at 20/1. Molinari is the reigning Open Champion and has a win this year at the Arnold Palmer Invitational. Spieth, on the other hand, has struggled for more than a year now. Currently ranked 72 in the FedEx Cup rankings, I have a hard time envisioning him hoisting the Claret Jug.

The complete odds to win the 2019 Open Championship follow:

Brooks Koepka15/2
Rory McIlroy8/1
Dustin Johnson12/1
Tiger Woods12/1
Francesco Molinari20/1
Jordan Spieth20/1
Xander Schauffele22/1
Tommy Fleetwood25/1
Rickie Fowler25/1
Henrik Stenson25/1
Justin Thompson28/1
Adam Scott30/1
Bryson Dechambeau33/1
Paul Casey40/1
Sergio Garcia40/1
Hideki Matsuyama40/1
Louis Oosthuizen40/1
Tony Finau50/1
Marc Leishman50/1
Shane Lowry50/1
Phil Mickelson50/1
Webb Simpson50/1
Gary Woodland50/1
Graeme McDowell55/1
Tyrrell Hatton60/1
Rafael Cabrera Bello66/1
Matthew Fitzpatrick66/1
Ian Poulter66/1
Bernd Wiesberger66/1
Martin Kaymer80/1
Alexander Noren80/1
Patrick Reed80/1
Daniel Willett80/1
Branden Grace100/1
Zach Johnson100/1
Kevin Kisner100/1
Russell Knox100/1
Hao Tong Li100/1
Thomas Pieters100/1
Brandt Snedeker100/1
Andy Sullivan100/1
Bubba Watson100/1
Lee Westwood100/1
Thorbjorn Oleson125/1
Daniel Berger150/1
Cameron Champ150/1
Paul Dunne150/1
Ross Fisher150/1
Emiliano Grillo150/1
Padraig Harrington150/1
Joost Luiten150/1
Charl Schwartzel150/1
Kevin Chappell200/1
Jason Dufner200/1
Brian Harman200/1
Chris Wood200/1

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