British Open Second Round Odds

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SANDWICH, ENGLAND (TheSpread) – The first round of the 2011 British Open has concluded and a pair of surprise names are atop the leader board.

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Thomas Bjorn and amateur Tom Lewis both shot a 5-under 65 on Thursday to hold a one-shot lead over a trio of golfers. Bjorn hasn’t made a top 10 in a major championship since 2005 while Lewis is not even a professional yet in his career.

According to oddsmakers from online sports book Bodog, Bjorn now has 20/1 odds to win the tournament while Lewis has 33/1 odds. The favorite to win is now Graeme McDowell.

Lewis birdied four-straight holes at one point in his round to get to 5-under par. He had just two bogies on his round. Bjorn actually was 6-under heading into his final hole, but bogied No. 18.

McDowell is currently tied for sixth at 2-under par. McDowell started his day with a double bogey and was actually 3-over par after five holes, but he battled his way back and birdied his final two holes to get to 2-under.

The 2011 British Open is played at Royal St. George in Sandwich, England and continues on Friday, July 15 and concludes on Sunday, July 17.

2011 British Open Odds to Win - Who Will Win British Open?

Graeme McDowell 10/1

Lee Westwood 12/1

Rory McIlroy 12/1

Martin Kaymer 12/1

Luke Donald 15/1

Webb Simpson 20/1

Thomas Bjorn 20/1

Miguel Angel Jimenez 25/1

Sergio Garcia 25/1

Steve Stricker 25/1

Lucas Glover 25/1

Jason Day 30/1

Phil Mickelson 30/1

Tom Lewis 33/1

Adam Scott 35/1

Ian Poulter 35/1

Jeff Overton 40/1

Ryan Palmer 50/1

Darren Clarke 50/1

Dustin Johnson 50/1

Charl Schwartzel 50/1

Bubba Watson 50/1

Edoardo Molinari 60/1

Rickie Fowler 60/1

KJ Choi 60/1

Ricky Barnes 60/1

Ryan Moore 60/1

Robert Allenby 75/1

Robert Rock 75/1

Ross Fisher 100/1

Justin Rose 100/1

YE Yang 100/1

Chad Campbell 100/1

Matt Kuchar 100/1

Anders Hansen 100/1

Henrik Stenson 100/1

Danny Willett 100/1

Angel Cabrera 100/1

Justin Leonard 100/1

Davis Love III 100/1

Stewart Cink 100/1

JB Holmes 100/1

Padraig Harrington 100/1

Robert Karlsson 125/1

Matteo Manassero 150/1

Nick Watney 150/1

Louis Oosthuizen 150/1

Charles Howell III 150/1

Ernie Els 150/1

Seung-Yul Noh 150/1

Rory Sabbatini 200/1

Zach Johnson 200/1

Anthony Kim 200/1

Paul Casey 200/1

Jim Furyk 200/1

Alvaro Quiros 200/1

Camilo Villegas 200/1

Martin Laird 200/1

Ben Crane 200/1

Peter Uihlein 200/1

Tom Watson 200/1

Peter Hanson 200/1

Francesco Molinari 200/1

Hunter Mahan 200/1

Trevor Immelman 200/1

Geoff Ogilvy 300/1

David Duval 300/1

Paul Lawrie 300/1

Gregory Havret 300/1

Ryo Ishikawa 300/1

John Daly 300/1

Gary Woodland 300/1

Spencer Levin 300/1

Charley Hoffman 300/1

Brandt Snedeker 300/1

Mark Wilson 300/1

Bill Haas 300/1

Sean OHair 300/1

Bo Van Pelt 300/1

Ben Curtis 500/1

Aaron Baddeley 500/1

Retief Goosen 500/1

Mark OMeara 500/1

Todd Hamilton 500/1

Hiroyuki Fujita 500/1

Jerry Kelly 500/1

Kevin Streelman 500/1

Thongchai Jaidee 500/1

Kyung-Tae Kim 500/1

Kevin Na 500/1

Rhys Davies 500/1

Jonathan Byrd 500/1

Thomas Aiken 500/1

Field (Any Other Golfers) 9/2

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