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Open Championship Odds 2011

Written by:
Dan Shapiro
Published on:
Jul/08/2011
Open Championship Odds 2011

Open Championship odds 2011 were available from William Hill here.  US customers can bet on the Open Championship (also known as the British Open) here at BetDSI.com (odds may be different than those found below)

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As everyone probably knows by now, Tiger Woods is out of this year’s Open Championship, though it is doubtful he would have been made the favorite.

Instead, that honor goes to Ireland’s Rory McIlroy who is starting to generate quite a bit of buzz for the golf world.

McIlroy comes in at 13/2 odds at William Hill and he is actually being called “The next Tiger Woods”.

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McIlroy won the recent US Open after some previous “chokes”.  He had completely come undone in a previous Masters tournament.

"He's certainly captured everyone's imagination," said Gary Van Sickle, a senior writer for Sports Illustrated and Golf.com, in an interview with CNN.com. 

Lee Westwood had the next best odds at 16/1 followed by Luke Donald at 22/1. 

The Open Championship is widely regarded as one of the most wagered on events in the United Kingdom.  Of course players around the world can find Open Championship odds and place their bets at William Hill here.

Open Championship odds appear above golfers name.

13/2

Rory McIlroy

9/1

 

Lee Westwood

16/1

 

Luke Donald

   

22/1

 

Martin Kaymer

25/1

 

Graeme McDowell

28/1

 

Sergio Garcia

   

33/1

 

Jason Day

35/1

 

Phil Mickelson

35/1

 

Nick Watney

   

40/1

 

Padraig Harrington

40/1

 

Retief Goosen

40/1

 

Charl Schwartzel

   

45/1

 

Ian Poulter

45/1

 

Dustin Johnson

50/1

 

Steve Stricker

   

50/1

 

K.J. Choi

50/1

 

Adam Scott

50/1

 

Matt Kuchar

   

55/1

 

Justin Rose

55/1

 

Matteo Manassero

Find more Open Championship odds here

- Dan Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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