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Open Championship Payout Odds Comparisons - 2021

Written by:
Dan Shapiro
Published on:
Jul/09/2021

Payout odds on the favorite to win the 2021 Open Championship were $50 more on Jon Rahm at BetOnline (7/1) compared to DraftKings (+650).

Rahm is the favorite to win after his victory at the US Open three weeks ago.

"It felt like such a fairy tale story that I knew it was going to have a happy ending," Rahm said after those two career-changing birdies gave him a 4-under 67. "I could just tell, going down the fairway after that first tee shot, that second shot and that birdie, I knew there was something special in the air. I could just feel it.

"I just knew that I could do it and believed it."

But can he do it again?

Brooks Koepka has double the odds of winning the Open Championship as the second favorite at 16/1.  That's a payout of $200 more than DraftKings and the price is actually comparable to that of Bovada, which is not always as competitive. 

Koepka was named Player of the Year in both 2018 and 2019. He won the Open Championship in 2019.

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Rory McIlroy, as is typical, comes in with relatively short odds.  He also pays $1600 at BetOnline compared to just $1100 at DraftKings.

The four-time major winner held a share of the lead early in the final round of the US Open before finishing seventh.

Dustin Johnson and Justin Thomas each pay out $1800 for every $100 bet.  Johnson only pays $1100 at DraftKings but Thomas pays more at $2200. 

Below you will find all the early market prices.  Lock these prices in now as they are subject to change.

Odds to Win 2021 Open Championship (Early Market)

Jon Rahm+700

Brooks Koepka+1600

Rory McIlroy+1600

Dustin Johnson+1800

Justin Thomas+1800

Xander Schauffele+1800

Jordan Spieth+2000

Bryson DeChambeau+2500

Louis Oosthuizen+2500

Collin Morikawa+2800

Viktor Hovland+2800

Patrick Cantlay+3300

Tyrell Hatton+3500

Matthew Fitzpatrick+4000

Shane Lowry+4000

Tommy Fleetwood+4000

Paul Casey+4500

Hideki Matsuyama+5000

Lee Westwood+5000

Scottie Scheffler+5500

Tony Finau+5500

Branden Grace+6000

Marc Leishman+6000

Cameron Smith+6600

Christiaan Bezuidenhout+6600

Daniel Berger+6600

Justin Rose+6600

Joaquin Niemann+7500

Rickie Fowler+7500

Webb Simpson+7500

Will Zalatoris+7500

Abraham Ancer+8000

Adam Scott+8000

Garrick Higgo+8000

Harris English+8000

Jason Day+8000

Phil Mickelson+8000

Robert MacIntyre+8000

Sergio Garcia+8000

Alex Noren+10000

Brian Harman+10000

Ian Poulter+10000

Jason Kokrak+10000

Martin Kaymer+10000

Matthew Wolff+10000

Ryan Palmer+10000

Bubba Watson+12500

Francesco Molinari+12500

Matt Wallace+12500

Tom Lewis+12500

Bernd Wiesberger+15000

Danny Willett+15000

Gary Woodland+15000

Kevin Kisner+15000

Matt Kuchar+15000

Richard Bland+15000

Henrik Stenson+20000

Thomas Pieters+20000

- Dan Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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