11th Jul 2021
19th Jul 2021
Location: Royla Birkdale, England
Official website: http://www.theopen.com/
What are the The Open Championship odds? At our last check:
Rory Mcilroy, 12/1.
Brooks Koepka, 16/1.
John Rahm, 18/1.
Dustin Johnson, 14/1.
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Have a look at the previous winners below, and the event details section above as it will give you The Open 2021 dates, location and a link to their official website.
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The Open Winners:
2019 - Shane Lowry.
2018 - Francesco Molinari.
2017 - Jordan Speith.
2016 - Henrik Stenson.
2015 - Zach Johnson.
2014 - Rory Mcilroy.
2013 - Phil Mickelson.
2012 - Ernie Els.
2011 - Darren Clarke.
2010 - Louis Oosthuizen.
The Open Championship was first established in 1860 and won by Willie Park Sr.
Henrik Stenson holds the tournament aggregate record with 264 strokes over the 4 rounds (2016).
The largest margin of victory is 13 strokes by Old Tom Morris in 1862!
Harry Vardon has won it the most times (6) in the late 1800s and early 1900s.
The Open Betting:
The Open Winner
Top 10 FinishThe Open News Headlines
Best Bets on DraftKings Sportsbook for the PGA TOUR's Sanderson Farms Championship
- ... played alongside the WGC-HSBC Champions and the Open Championship. Past winners here include Sebastian Munoz, who was +6600 last year, ...
JOHN COCKAYNE: One-handed golf and feather-filled balls: the solution to innovation
- ... or that Old Tom Morris won the third version of the Open Championship by 13 strokes. As the controlling bodies tried to “Tiger proof” the courses, are ...
Robert MacIntyre felt time was right to switch caddies in bid to take next step
- ... to the European Tour and earned rookie of the year honours in 2019, aided by a share of sixth in the Open Championship at Royal Portrush.