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Final round
scores for
The Open Championship

Zach Johnson -15
Won in play-off

Marc Leishman -15
Louis Oosthuizen -15
Jason Day -14
Jordan Spieth -14
Danny Willett -11
Justin Rose -11
Sergio Garcia  -11
Jordan Niebrugge  (a) -11
Brooks Koepka -10
Adam Scott -10

Final round
betting odds
for The Open
Championship

Jordan Spieth 5/2
Louis Oosthuizen 7/2
Jason Day 7/2
Adam Scott 16/1
Paul Dunne 16/1
Justin Rose 20/1
Padraig Harrington 20/1
Sergio Garcia 25/1
Zach Johnson 33/1
Dustin Johnson 40/1
Danny Willett 50/1
Charl Schwartzel 66/1
Marc Leishman 66/1
Robert Streb 66/1
Retief Goosen 80/1
Rickie Fowler 80/1
Eddie Pepperell 125/1
Steven Bowditch 125/1
Hideki Matsuyama 150/1
Jordan Niebrugge 200/1
Marc Warren 200/1
Patrick Reed 200/1
Ryan Palmer 250/1
Brooks Koepka 500/1
Jim Furyk 500/1
Paul Lawrie 500/1

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The Open Championship returns to the home of golf at St Andrews - or as she is affectionately known “The Old Lady”. St Andrews is the oldest links in the world with golf being played on the famous course since the early 1400s. The first Open Championship played over a 18-hole layout was first held here in 1873.

The great Bobby Jones once stated “I could take out of my life everything but my experiences here in St Andrews and I would still have had a rich and full life”. High praise indeed from the only man to win the Grand Slam, holding both The Open Championship and US Open Championship winning both as an amateur golfer, along side his Amateur Championships on both sides of the pond in the same year. This feat has never been repeated and probably never will be.

My tips to win:

At this moment in time Jordan Spith 11/2 – with Bet365 – has to be the best golfer in the world and taking three major championships from three starts leaving just one to make the Grand Slam must be a massive incentive for the Texan this week and I must admit I think only a fit McIlroy can stop him. Three wins, three runners-up and four other Top 10s states he will be right in there come Sunday afternoon.

Louis Oosthuizen 28/1 – with Coral – won his only major championship to date the last time The Open was held at St Andrews so he will be another player turning up here and getting a positive vibe from being back here. Louis was in the thick of it at the US Open and done well to challenge after a disastrous start. Oosthuizen has also had a couple of Top 5 finishes in the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship so he will be in confident mood teeing it up here this week.

One player who should have a number of major championships to his name but is still waiting for his first is Dustin Johnson 14/1 – with Coral – who had a putt to win the US Open and ended up not even forcing a play-off. Dustin should have won the Open Championship at Royal St George’s in 2011 but put a ball OOB and then the famous grounding of the club at Whistling Straits in 2010. Johnson was in the Top 10 going into the final round here in 2010 but a 74 see him slip down the leaderboard, something I don’t see happening again this year.

My each-way tips

A player that seems to be getting back to his best golf is Paul Casey 35/1 – with BetFred – who has spent probably the last 5-years injured or playing with some sort of injury. Casey has the game to do well here and was third to Oosthuizen in 2010 and has a Top 10 in the Alfred Dunhill Cup Championship. Casey didn’t have a great US Open he is a player that can let things get to him mentally so I wasn’t surprised, but knowing this course well and having played well here I think he will be challenging again come Sunday

Branden Grace 55/1 – with Coral – has won on the St Andrews links before and although his opening round of 60 was shot on Kingsbarns he will have very fond memories when he turns up here this week. Branden showed the world that he can compete at this level going very close at last months US Open and with a win and three other Top 11 finishes in his last three events as I write this guide I think he could be one to watch.

My outside Tip:

One player who has a very good record in the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship is Tommy Fleetwood 90/1 – with Coral – who also comes into this week on the back of a good showing at the US Open. Tommy has three Top 5 finishes here from four starts and was runner-up last year. Fleetwood has three Top 6 finishes from his last seven starts and he could do very well here this week.

If Rory withdraws:

Louis Oosthuizen 28/1 – with Coral – won his only major championship to date the last time The Open was held at St Andrews so he will be another player turning up here and getting a positive vibe from being back here. Louis was in the thick of it at the US Open and done well to challenge after a disastrous start. Oosthuizen has also had a couple of Top 5 finishes in the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship so he will be in confident mood teeing it up here this week.

As always good luck



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