British Open Betting Odds Reopened at Sports Interaction

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C Costigan
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British Open Betting Odds

After a weekend in which the Canadian-based online gambling website took down its 2009 British Open betting odds Sportsinteraction.com has now put them back up.  A number of bookmakers held off on posting British Open betting odds until after the past week's golf events unfolded.

Results of past week tournaments have resulted in some questions as to how well certain golfers will be performing, with many eyes on Padraig Harrington.  He won the last two Open Championships and was brilliant this week at the Irish Open. 

Padraig Harrington has won the Irish PGA Championship for the third straight time, ending a month of poor results in time for his title defence next week in the British Open.

Harrington closed with a 1-over 72 on Saturday at The European Club for a seven-shot victory over former British Amateur champion Brian McElhinney.

Harrington prefers to play the Irish PGA, which is not sanctioned by any of the major tours, to prepare himself for links golf, which he will face at Turnberry. He has won the last two years at the Irish PGA, then gone on to win the British Open.

Harrington had missed the cut in his last five tournaments.

On Winning the 2009 British Open, Harrington had this to say: "It's a pointless thing to say I can go out and win it. That wouldn't help me win it. Even though I turn up and it will be three in a row, it's not like I'm winning all three in the one week. I'm just playing one event and I have to treat it like any of the majors I've played. It's not like I haven't tried 100 per cent in every one of them. I can't try any harder."

The favorite remained Tiger Woods, who won the AT&T Open last week. 

Sportsinteraction.com had Tiger at +187 odds, just short of paying out $200 for every $100 bet.

Here were all your 2009 British Open betting odds now being offerer by Sportsinteraction.com (be sure to claim your 10 percent upon opening an online betting account). 

+187 pays $187 for every $100 bet:  Tiger Woods
+2000 thru +2800; Pays $2000 to $3000 for every $100 bet:  Sergio Garcia, Rory McIlroy, Jim Furyk (+2800) and Padraig Harrington (+2800)

+3000:  Paul Casey, Lee Westwood, Ian Poulter

+3300 to +3500:  Hunter Mahan, Ernie Els, Steve Stricker, Retief Goosen, Ross Fisher, Martin Kaymer, Henrik Stenson.

+4000:  Anthony Kim, Geoff Ogilvy
+5000:  Adam Scott

+5500:  Ben Curtis, Camilo Villagas

+6000:  Kenny Perry

+6600:  Sean O'Hair, Graeme McDowell

+7000:  Zach Johnson, Vijay Singh, Mike Weir
+8000:  Soren Hansen, Justin Leonard, Nick Watney, Luke Donald, Angel Cabrera

+9000:  David Toms

+10000; pays $10,000 for every $100 bet:  Soren Kieldsen, Brian Gay, Justin Rose, David Duval

+11000:  Nick Dougherty, K.J. Choi,

+12500:  Richard Green, Stewart Cink, Robert Allenby, Lucas Glover, Davis Love, Thomas Levet, Miguel Angel Jimenez, Tim Clark, Andres Romero, Stephen Ames

+14000:  Stuart Appleby, Brandt Snedeker, Gonzalo F-Castano

+15000:  Peter Hanson, Oliver Wilson

+17500:  Boo Weekley, Anders Hansen, Francesco Molinari, Rory Sabbatini, Rod Pampling, Darren Clarke

+20000; Pays $20,000 for every $100 bet:  Charl Schwartzel, Ryuji Imada, Dustin Johnson, Richard Sterne, Raphael Jacquelin, Chad Campbell, Anthony Wall, Steve Marino, Jeev Mikha Singh, Alvaro Quiros, Graeme Storm, Colin Montgomerie, Charley Hoffman, Bubba Wilson

+22500:  Johan Edfors, Markus Brief, Fredrik Jacobson

+25000:  Ben Crane, Chris Wood, Todd Hamilton, Louis Oosthuizen, Paul McGinley, J.B. Holmes

+27500:  Rafa Echenique, Paul Goydos, Thongchai Jaidee, Robert Rock, Bryce Molder, Mathew Goggin

+30000; Pays $30,000 for every $100 bet at Sports Interaction:  Charles Howell, Greg Norman, Keven Sutherland, D.J. Trahan, Gary Orr, Carl Petterson, David Drysdale, Thomas Aiken, Matt Kuchar, Marin Laird, Paul Lawrie, Pablo Larrazabal.

Christopher Costigan, Gambling911.com Publisher         

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