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2022 British Open Odds: Tiger set to hog all the attention?

Tiger Woods at the British Open Championship

Usually, Tiger Woods would be the center of attention at a major championship he’s won three times.

But he may have to share some of that attention as he tees it off at St.Andrews for the British Open. That’s because of all the controversy surrounding the battle between the LIV Golf group and the PGA Tour. When they start talking about antitrust investigations, it’s serious. And everyone’s got to be a little nervous.

As for Tiger himself, well, as BetOnline customers well know, he has been Lord and master of this course more than once. And there is a reason he calls it “my favorite course in the world.”

British Open Odds — Here are the numbers..

The odds are ever-changing, but this what BetOnline has as far as the top contenders are concerned:

2022 British Open Championship Updated Odds

GolferOdds
Jon Rahm+900
Collin Morikawa +1200
Jordan Spieth+1400
Rory McIlroy +1400
Dustin Johnson +1600
Justin Thomas +1600
Brooks Koepka +1600
Viktor Hovland+1800
Bryson DeChambeau +1800
Xander Schauffele +2000
Scottie Scheffler+2200
Tyrrell Hatton +2200
Louis Oosthuizen+2200
Patrick Cantlay+2200
Cameron Smith +2700
Patrick Reed+2900
Shane Lowry+2900
Matthew Fitzpatrick+3300
Paul Casey +3300
Tommy Fleetwood +3700
Daniel Berger +3700
Justin Rose +4000
Joaquin Niemann+4100
Robert Macintyre+4200
Webb Simpson+5000
Marc Leishman +5000
Lee Westwood+5000
Sergio Garcia+5000
Will Zalatoris +5000
Tony Finau +5000
Sam Burns+5000
Tiger Woods +5000
Branden Grace+5000
Corey Conners+6000
Adam Scott +6000
Abraham Ancer+6500
Rickie Fowler +6500
Christiaan Bezuidenhout +6500
Jason Day+6500
Garrick Higgo+6500
Matt Wallace+8000
Harris English+8000
Ian Poulter+8000
Jason Kokrak+8000
Alex Noren+9000
Lucas Herbert+9000
Pádraig Harrington+10000
Phil Mickelson +10000
Francesco Molinari+10000
Bernd Wiesberger+13000
Brian Harman+13000
Guido Migliozzi+13000
Stewart Cink +13000
Gary Woodland+13000
Min Woo Lee+13000
Victor Perez+13000
Danny Willett+13000
Dylan Frittelli +13000
Billy Horschel +13000
Ryan Palmer +15000
Kevin Streelman+15000
Kevin Kisner +15000
Martin Kaymer +15000
Sam Horsfield +15000
Keegan Bradley +15000
Russell Henley +15000
Thomas Detry +15000
Erik Van Rooyen +15000
Max Homa+15000
Matthias Schmid +15000
Matt Kuchar+15000
Charley Hoffman+17000
Henrik Stenson +17000
Emiliano Grillo +17000
Brandt Snedeker+21000
Ryan Fox+21000
Lucas Glover+21000
Andy Sullivan+21000
Richard Bland+21000
Matt Jones +21000
Rafael Cabrera Bello+27000

If you notice, Tiger is not in that group. He is, instead, listed at +5000 (50-1). That number has been climbing, we might add. And you can get a price of +375 on him to finish in the top ten.

British Open Odds — Ah, St. Andrews

As we mentioned a moment ago, this is Woods’ favorite course. Officially, it is the “Old Course at St. Andrews” and it is in fact hailed as the oldest in the world.

Tiger has tamed this circuit twice in his three Open wins. The first time was downright historic. In 2000, he registered 19 under par and managed to avoid landing it in the bunker for the entire tournament.

We’re not thinking he can duplicate that, of course. But we will say that this course was built with the objective of challenging players in bad conditions. It is not at all unusual for there to be lots of rain and wind. That’s the way it was in 2015 when Zach Johnson won it.

But this week, aside from some morning showers on Friday, good weather is expected to prevail. And on this course, good conditions promote great scoring, because the longer hitters can reach the green easily.

According to Rory McIlroy, BetOnline’s +1000 favorite, Tiger can contend. He says that unless conditions are different, they’ll be playing a “game of chess” out there. And that “no one plays it better” than Woods.

British Open Odds: Tiger’s history

Tiger Woods has made 18 British Open appearances. He has won it three times, and overall he has ten finishes in the top ten. He’s also missed the cut three times.

In 2018, he led the tournament all by himself in the final round. But he faded a little, and fell to Francesco Molinari (who’s 300-1 as we speak).

He is one of four players who has won the Open at St. Andrews. Johnson, Louis Oosthuizen and John Daly are the other three.

Seriously though, the pertinent question has to be whether Woods can even get around the course without too much pain. His last two majors – the Masters and the PGA Championship – produced his two highest scores (to par) ever in a major. And he had to withdraw from the PGA after the third round. What followed was that he sat out the U.S.Open.

The good news for his fans is that he has walked the course a couple of times in the last week. On one of those days, he played a full practice round with his buddy Justin Thomas, the reigning PGA champ.

So perhaps he’ll find the strength.

And the magic. At +375, is it maybe worth a small play?

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