Spieth, Koepka Lead Early at Open Championship 2017: Live Betting

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Jul/20/2017

The Open 2017 Championship was currently underway with updated futures odds to win to be posted after Thursday’s play.

Jordan Spieth, a co-favorite with Dustin Johnson, led the way early along with Brooks Koepka, winner of this year’s US Open.  Early payout odds were set at 13/1 but should be slashed about 75 percent of that number coming into Friday’s play.

Spieth carded his lowest round at The Open to move into an early share of the lead, shooting five-under-65.

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