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Open Championship Odds 2011 – Top English Player

Written by:
Alistair Prescott
Published on:
Jul/11/2011
Open Championship Odds 2011 – Top English Player

888Sport.com has released their Open Championship odds for 2011 top English player.

Lee Westwood and Luke Donald were both listed as the 7/4 favorites to finish first among England’s golfers.   Justin Rose, Paul Casey and Ian Poulter each offered tremendous value at 11/1 odds. 

None of these British players have to win the tournament, they simply have to finish above all the others from England. 

Ireland’s two-time Open Championship winner, Padraig Harrington, had nothing but great things to say about Westwood.

“Lee is a prolific winner and could be a prolific winner of majors. Of all the players out here who has a good understanding of their game, he’s right in there. And he would be a perfect example, I believe, who is in the one per cent of fearless golfers.”

But Harrington doesn’t believe The British Open is Westwood’s cup of tea. 

“I think he has a chance of winning at Sandwich but (he] wouldn’t be my favourite. I don’t think it’s his golf course. I would pick a venue like Congressional, a big, tough challenge, as a golf course for Lee to win on. Not a tricky golf course.”

Luke Donald will come into this event having just won the Scottish Open on Sunday.

Donald had 10/1 odds of winning the Open Championship 2011 outright while Westwood was listed with 11/1 odds.  

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Top English Player

 

 

 

Lee Westwood

7/4

 

Simon Khan

60/1

 

Luke Donald

7/4

 

Gary Boyd

70/1

 

Justin Rose

11/1

 

Kenneth Ferrie

80/1

 

Paul Casey

11/1

 

Simon Lilly

100/1

 

Ian Poulter

11/1

 

Francis McGuirk

100/1

 

Ross Fisher

12/1

 

Richard McEvoy

100/1

 

Robert Rock

25/1

 

Thomas Shadbolt

125/1

 

Simon Dyson

30/1

 

Andy Smith

125/1

 

Brian Davis

35/1

 

Lee Corfield

125/1

 

Danny Willett

40/1

 

Andrew Johnston

125/1

 

Graeme Storm

40/1

 

Craig Hinton

125/1

 

Tom Lewis

60/1

 

Adam Wootton

125/1

 

Each-way bets on 3 places at 1/4 odds

14th of July 2011 6:30am

- Alistair Prescott, Gambling911.com

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