|2013 British Open Prop Odds & Wagers – What Will Be The Winning Margin|
|Written by Drew Sharper|
|Wednesday, 17 July 2013 09:00|
British Open Prop Odds
EAST LOTHIAN, Scotland (TheSpread) – The 2013 British Open should be a competitive tournament. Here is a look at the prop odds available for this major.
According to oddsmakers from Bovada.lv, when it comes to the winning margin of the tournament, both a playoff and 1 stroke have odds of +250. A two-shot winning margin has odds of +350, while three shots is at +450 and four shots or more is at +333.
The Open Championship has come down to a playoff six times since 1998, with the last playoff coming in 2009. Over the last 10 years, the Open has ended in a playoff three times, most of any betting option. The tournament has come down to one shot just twice, in 2012 and 2003. The tournament has been decided by four shots or more three times in the last 10 years as well.
When it comes to the nationality of the winner, Americans are favored with odds of +140. Great Britain & Ireland are combined with odds of +300, while Continental Europe has odds of +400. In Open Championship history, Scotland and the United States are tied for the most winners, as each has won 41 times. England has crowned the winner 10 times while South Africa has had 10 winners.
The 2013 British Open begins on Thursday, July 18 and concludes on Sunday, June 21 from Muirfield Golf Links in East Lothian, Scotland. For a complete look at the prop odds available for the event, see below.
2013 British Open Prop Odds & Wagers
Will there be a playoff: Yes (+250) No (-350)
Will there be a hole in one: Yes (-130) No (+100)
1 shot +250
2 shots +350
3 shots +450
4 shots or more +333
Where will the winner come from
Great Britain & Ireland +300
Continental Europe +400
Rest of the World +300
Big 6 (Woods, Rose, Scott, McIlroy, Mickelson, McDowell) vs. The Field
Big 6 +200
The Field -275