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Odds to Win 2018 British Open After Day 1: Kevin Kisner Would Pay $2500

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Jul/19/2018

Gambling911.com has your 2018 British Open betting odds to win after Round 1.

Though Kevin Kisner sat atop the leaderboard after Thursday's play, he was coming in at 25/1 odds.

Kisner was listed with some of the longest odds coming into this week's Open.

“If you don’t believe in yourself out here, you’re going to get run over pretty quickly,’’ Kisner said. “So I’m pretty sure everybody has a lot of self-belief, or we wouldn’t be doing it.’’

Jon Rahm was among the bigger names inching towards the top, though he was quite a few notches down.  His odds, along with Rory McIlroy, were listed at 10/1 odds.

Tiger Woods was still hovering around 20/1 odds. He faded after a somewhat strong start to score 71.

“I think it played a little on the quick side out there this afternoon," Woods said. "The balls were definitely rolling and I thought I played a pretty solid round and unfortunately I didn’t take care of both par 5s. I had 8-iron into both of them, and made par on both of those and had a little three-wiggle there on 13. So the round certainly could’ve been a little bit better.”

The Open  Place Bets Here
Odds to Win The Open Championship (Upd. After R1)
 
01:35 AM 61502 Jon Rahm   +1000  
61501 Rory McIlroy   +1000  
61504 Justin Thomas   +1400  
61503 Rickie Fowler   +1400  
61505 Tony Finau   +1600  
61552 Field (any other player)   +2000  
61507 Francesco Molinari   +2000  
61506 Tiger Woods   +2000  
61508 Alex Noren   +2200  
61509 Kevin Kisner   +2500  
61511 Henrik Stenson   +2800  
61510 Zach Johnson   +2800  
61518 Brooks Koepka   +3300  
61513 Jordan Spieth   +3300  
61512 Justin Rose   +3300  
61514 Tommy Fleetwood   +3300  
61517 Brandon Stone   +4000  
61515 Jason Day   +4000  
61516 Ryan Moore   +4000  
61520 Erik van Rooyen   +5000  
61519 Matt Kuchar   +5000  
61523 Danny Willett   +6600  
61521 Marc Leishman   +6600  
61524 Matthew Southgate   +6600  
61525 Russell Henley   +6600  
61522 Thorbjorn Olesen   +6600  
61527 Adam Scott   +8000  
61531 Brendan Steele   +8000  
61530 Kevin Na   +8000  
61528 Patrick Cantlay   +8000  
61526 Thomas Pieters   +8000  
61529 Webb Simpson   +8000  
61534 Branden Grace   +10000  
61539 Charley Hoffman   +10000  
61537 Chris Wood   +10000  
61532 Dustin Johnson   +10000  
61535 Louis Oosthuizen   +10000  
61538 Luke List   +10000  
61540 Pat Perez   +10000  
61533 Paul Casey   +10000  
61536 Xander Schauffele   +10000  
61541 Zander Lombard   +10000  
61544 Chez Reavie   +12500  
61542 Ian Poulter   +12500  
61543 Matthew Fitzpatrick   +12500  
61545 Phil Mickelson   +12500  
61547 Haotong Li   +15000  
61550 Kevin Chappell   +15000  
61551 Kyle Stanley   +15000  
61546 Lee Westwood   +15000  
61548 Martin Kaymer   +15000  
61549 Sung Kang   +15000  

 

 

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