Golf Odds: British Open 2010 Odds?

The 2010 British Open will take place in St. Andrews July 15-18th 2010, and despite starting this PGA Tour season with six consecutive losses, Tiger Woods is still the favorite to win the 2010 British Open Betting Odds. The last time Tiger lost eight starts in a row was in 1998. Woods has had some nice wins at St. Andrews in 2000 and 2005.

Do you think Charl Schwartzel is any chance of winning the British Open 2010? The latest issue of Golf Digest has a great article about him, giving him much praise.

What are the British Open 2010 Odds?

asked by Cori in Golf | 3687 views | 07-14-2010 at 08:05 PM

Online sportsbooks have opened with Phil Mickelson as a 10-1 betting choice British Open 2010 predictions, which begins on Thursday from the Old Course at St. Andrews in Scotland. Mickelson is currently 2nd on the Official World Golf Ranking just a fraction behind long time rival Tiger Woods, who is the betting favorite in odds to win The Open at 5-1. Mickelson has made the cut in 12 out of 13 events entered this year and has 1 win, which was at The Masters. He has also finished 2nd at the Quail Hollow Championship, 4th at the US Open, and 5th at The Memorial.

Odds To Win 2010 British Open

Tiger Woods 4-1
Phil Mickelson 14-1
Ernie Els 16-1
Padraig Harrington 16-1
Lee Westwood 16-1
Rory McIlroy 18-1
Graeme McDowell 25-1
Justin Rose 25-1
Paul Casey 30-1
Ian Poulter 30-1
Martin Kaymer 35-1
Luke Donald 40-1
Ross Fisher 40-1
Jim Furyk 40-1
Retief Goosen 40-1
Sergio Garcia 50-1
Robert Karlsson 50-1
Anthony Kim 50-1
Geoff Ogilvy 50-1
Adam Scott 50-1
Henrik Stenson 50-1
Steve Stricker 50-1
Camilo Villegas 50-1
Angel Cabrera 65-1
K.J. Choi 65-1
Stewart Cink 65-1
Tim Clark 65-1
Hunter Mahan 65-1
Sean O'Hair 65-1
Alvaro Quiros 65-1
Charl Schwartzel 65-1
Nick Watney 65-1
Chris Wood 65-1
Miguel Angel Jimenez 80-1
Field (All Others) 4-1

Tiger Woods is the top favorite for the event, simply because of his natural ability to get hot and hit any type of shot especially his trademark low stinger. However, hes not as strong of a play for the 2009 Open Championship odds as he normally is. Hes struggled off the tee all season and Turnberry will punish poor tee shots, especially if the conditions are windy. For Tiger to succeed, he may want to keep the driver in the bag. Hell scramble all week, but I dont think a win is in the cards.

answered by Joseph | 07-14-2010 at 08:06 PM

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