The Open Championship 2021 Odds and Betting Breakdown At Royal St. George’s
The 149th Open Championship returns to Royal St. George’s for the 15th time, and the 2021 British Open is back after the 2020 event was canceled (COVID). The final major of the season is could produce another longshot winner at the Open Championship 2021, which was the case in 2011 and 2003 when big longshot Darren Clark and huge longshot Ben Curtis won the Claret Jug.
I’ve chipped-in tee-to-green coverage of the British Open including player profiles, golfers to watch, longshots with odds and information you can bet on in the Open Championship betting guide at TheLines. .
Added coverage and golfers odds, match-ups, prop bets and Open Championship history on dozens of golfers in my coverage for FanDuel at The Duel Sports. The golfers odds to win can vary slightly at various sportsbooks, and more variance on long shots.
Compare odds at leading online sportsbooks, and consider betting top finishing position as well. The Westgate SuperBook in Las Vegas golf odds to win the Open Championship are below, and I’ve also added Circa Sports in Las Vegas British Open odds, which also often has better odds to win on golfers. online sites and at golfodds.com for the SuperBook.
Open Championship 2021 Odds
J Rahm 9/1
B Koepka 16/1
R McIlroy 18/1
J Thomas 18/1
X Schauffele 18/1
J Spieth 18/1
D Johnson 20/1
B DeChambeau 30/1
V Hovland 30/1
C Morikawa 30/1
L Oosthuizen 30/1
T Hatton 30/1
P Cantlay 35/1
P Reed 35/1
72 Hole Winning Score prop: 271.5 (Par=70)
— Jeff Sherman (@golfodds) July 12, 2021
COURSE AND TOURNAMENT INFORMATION
- Course: Royal St. Geoge’s
- Location: Sandwich, England
- Date: July 15-18
- Par: 70 / Yardage 7,204
- Purse: $12.5 Million / Winner $2.25 M
- Twitter: @TheOpen
A hole-by-hole look and description of Royal St. George’s.
— The Open (@TheOpen) July 13, 2021
I’ll be adding more British Open coverage along with updates to this page during tournament week. That includes outright winners of interest and tournament match-ups, which are 19-8 following the most recent winner on Joaquin Niemann in the Rocket Mortgage Classic, who also just missed us an outright winning bet when he lost in a playoff.
Fairway’s Foursome – Four Golfers that Fit the Course and Profile for Success at Royal St. George’s
Contending and winning an Open Championship requires patience and perseverance. I chip-in more at TheLines, and add other attributes and golfers that fit a profile to do well at The Open.
Open Championship 2021 Picks
Fairway’s Favorites: Xander Schauffele, Rory McIlroy, Tyrrell Hatton, Tommy Fleetwood
Fairway’s Longshots: Matthew Fitzpatrick, Daniel Berger, Sergio Garcia, Victor Perez
Tournament Match-ups: Tyrrell Hatton (-108) over Louis Oosthuizen (FanDuel).
Tournament match-ups 19-8 in 2021, including 4-2 in majors.
Next week it’s the 3M Open at TPC Twin Cities, just north of Minneapolis.