The Open Championship – the oldest major in golf – celebrates its 150th edition this week. And as with pretty much every event he attends, all eyes and bets will be on him Tiger Woods.
Can he do a repeat of the 2019 Masters at the 150th British Open this week? weather bet on it.
Here’s everything you need to know about betting on Tigers at The Open Championship with odds over FOX bet. Visit for more golf content PGA Tour page below FOX sports.
TIED TOGETHER: Open Championship Odds
Tiger’s win at Augusta in 2019 was his 15th major title and his first since 2008. Can he take 16th place at the Old Course in St Andrews, Scotland on Sunday?
As far as the Open Championship goes, Woods has had tremendous success with three wins (2000, 2005, 2006). He also had four other top 10 finishes.
He won the 2000 and 2005 Opens on the Old Course – where they’re playing this week – which is why players are hoping he can reclaim the magic once more
Can he win his fourth Open?
Here are some Tiger bets at FOX Bet*
Leads after the first round: +7000 (Wager $10 to win $710 total)
Gain 150. Open: +8000 (Wager $10 to win $810 in total)
Places in the top five: +1600 (Wager $10 to win $170 total)
Places in the top 10: +600 (Wager $10 to win $70 total)
Top 20 places: +275 (Wager $10 to win $37.50 in total)
* = odds as of 07/12/2022
A win on Sunday would put Tiger in a six-way tie for third on the Open’s most title list. Bettors are going all-in on Woods as he currently has the largest liability for the Open at BetMGM with 5.7% of tickets (2nd most) and 6.7% of handles (3rd most).
Woods bettors also make up 10% of the handle at DraftKings Sportsbook (most).
“Tiger Woods is already a significant liability for BetMGM at The Open Championship,” said Jason Scott, BetMGM’s Vice President of Trading. “Judging from his last few tournaments, Tiger’s body seems to be taking an incredible toll playing four days in a row so we’re happy with the tremendous strain.”
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Despite the big bets on Wood, he’s still a significant long-range shot to win the tournament. Understandably given his health and recent performances.
Tiger’s last PGA win was at the Zozo Championships on October 28, 2019.
At the Masters in April, he finished 47th. Tiger made his first start on the PGA Tour since the 2020 Masters after his car accident in February 2021.
Tiger shot a 9-over-par 79 in May in the third round of the PGA Championship at Southern Hills in Tulsa, Oklahoma, and then retired. It was the third-worst round of his major career and the fifth-worst of his pro career.
Still, Tiger’s troubles haven’t deterred bettors as the big bets continue to roll in.
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