Odds To Win The Open Championship 2018

Odds To Win The Open Championship 2018
Odds To Win The Open Championship 2018

World Number One Dustin Johnson is the bettors favorite for winning the 2018 Open Championship At Carnoustie. He’s alone atop the board at 11/1.  Johnson has a mixed record at the Open Championship. He did not play the Open the last time it was Carnoustie (2007), so there’s no history to work from there. But overall, his record at the Open Championship is mixed, at best.

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Rory McIlroy is in next at 12/1. McIlroy won the Arnold Palmer Invitational earlier this year, and finished fifth at The Masters. However, he missed the cuts at The Players and The US Open. Not a particularly good sign.

Jordan Spieth, Justin Rose, Rickie Fowler and Tommy Fleetwood are all in at 16/1. Spieth has had a terrible year by his own standards. Fowler is that guy whom everyone is waiting on to win his first major. Rose has had a pretty good year, though: He won the WGC-HSBC Champions and Fort Worth Invitational and has six top ten finishes in all.

Fleetwood is a guy I’d keep an eye on, though. We don’t see a lot of him here in the States, but he is sneaky good. He has eight top tens this year worldwide.

Brooks Koepka, Justin Thomas, Tiger Woods and John Rahm round out the top ten at 20/1. Koepka is coming off his second consecutive US Open, but it remains to be seen if his game translates to a Open Championship. He finished T10 in 2015 and T6 in 2017. Koepka was a scratch in 2016 because of an injury.

Thomas has two wins this season, to go with a second. He finished 17 at the Masters and 25th a the US Open. Rahm as a win this year at the Careerbuilder Challenge, and a 4th at the Masters. However, he missed the cut at the US Open.

As for Tiger. Well, he’s Tiger. He would have people betting on him to win even if he wasn’t in the field.

The complete Odds to Win the Open Championship 2018 follow:

 

PlayerOdds
Dustin Johnson11/1
Rory McIlroy12/1
Jordan Spieth16/1
Justin Rose16/1
Rickie Fowler16/1
Tommy Fleetwood16/1
Brooks Koepka20/1
Justin Thomas20/1
Tiger Woods20/1
John Rahm20/1
Henrik Stenson22/1
Jason Day25/1
Sergio Garcia25/1
Alexander Noren28/1
Francesco Molinari33/1
Hideki Matsuyama33/1
Marc Leishman33/1
Patrick Reed33/1
Paul Casey33/1
Phil Mickelson33/1
Branden Grace40/1
Tyrrell Hatton40/1
Bubba Watson50/1
Ian Poulter50/1
Louis Oosthuizen50/1
Russell Knox50/1
Adam Scott66/1
Bryson Dechambeau66/1
Matt Kuchar66/1
Matthew Fitzpatrick66/1
Rafael Cabrera Bello66/1
Thomas Pieters66/1
Tony Finau66/1
Shane Lowry80/1
Zander Schauffele80/1
Zach Johnson80/1
Lee Westwood80/1
Brandt Snedeker100/1
Daniel Berger100/1
Martin Kaymer100/1
Paul Dunne100/1
Ross Fisher100/1
Thorbjorn Oleson100/1
Webb Simpson100/1
Andy Sullivan125/1
Brian Harman125/1
Byeonghun AN125/1
Cameron Smith125/1
Charl Schwartzel125/1
Charley Hoffman125/1
Chris Wood125/1
Daniel Willett125/1
Graeme McDowell125/1
Hao Tong Li125/1
Padraig Harrington125/1
Peter Uihlein125/1
Bill Haas150/1
Emiliano Grillo150/1
Jason Dufner150/1
Jimmy Walker150/1
Kevin Kisner150/1
Russell Henley150/1
Steve Stricker150/1
Charles Howell III150/1
Kevin Na150/1
Bernd Wiesberger175/1
Ryan Fox175/1
Soren Kjeldsen175/1
Adam Hadwin200/1
Alexander Levy200/1
Andrew Johnson200/1
Anirban Lahiri200/1
Billy Horschel200/1
Brendan Steele200/1
Jamie Lovemark200/1
Kevin Chappell200/1
Kyle Stanley200/1
Luke Donald200/1
Pat Perez200/1
Steward Cink200/1
Pat Perez200/1
Stewart Cink200/1
Alexander Bjork250/1
David Horsey250/1
Pablo Larrazabal250/1
Richie Ramsay250/1
Sean O'Hair250/1
Thongchai Jaidee250/1
Wesley Bryan250/1
Hideto Tanihara300/1
Ernie Els350/1
Robert Streb350/1
Paul Lawrie400/1
Grant Forrest500/1
Andrew Dodt500/1
Darren Clarke500/1
Justin Leonard750/1
Tom Lehman750/1
Ben Curtis1000/1

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