2022 British Open Odds: McIlroy, Rahm odds favorites

Posted by Arthur Crowson .

Scottie Scheffler is well-ahead of the field in the World Golf Rankings, but still working on becoming a household name in a year where the LIV Golf Tour has hogged headlines. The good news is Scheffler is a top-three favorite to win this summer’s British Open and LIV Tour golfers are allowed to participate, too. So, who do the British Open golf odds think will take the 2022 title for the 150th edition at the Old Course at St. Andrews??

Latest Odds – Open Championship

Not much has changed on the 2022 British Open futures odds board with Rory McIlroy the 10-to-1 favorite, followed by Jon Rahm at 12-to-1. As previously mentioned, Masters champion Scottie Scheffler is the third favorite at 14-to-1, while defending champ Collin Morikawa and Justin Thomas check in at 18-to-1.

LIV Golf Tour members Xander Schauffele, Brooks Koeopka and Dustin Johnson also boast better than 33-to-1 odds to win at St. Andrews.

GolferOdds to win 2022 British Open
Rory McIlroy+1000
Jon Rahm+1200
Scottie Scheffler+1400
Collin Morikawa+1800
Justin Thomas+1800
Matthew Fitzpatrick+2000
Will Zalatoris+2000
Cameron Smith+2200
Jordan Spieth+2200
Shane Lowry+2200
Xander Schauffele+2500
Patrick Cantlay+2800
Brooks Koepka+3300
Dustin Johnson+3300
Tiger Woods+3300
Viktor Hovland+3300
Hideki Matsuyama+4000
Louis Oosthuizen+4000
Sam Burns+4000
Tommy Fleetwood+4000
Tony Finau+4000
Tyrrell Hatton+4000

British Open Prop Bets

What British Open Odds and Props Can You Bet On?

What British Open Odds and Props Can You Bet On?

Outside of outright bets, you can wager on a ton of options at the British Open. Make/miss the cut, top-5, top-10, player matchups, group matches, round leaders…..it’s all up to you!

When Can I Bet On These British Open Props?

When Can I Bet On These British Open Props?

Keep an eye on our best online sportsbooks. More props will be released closer to the start date of the tournament, which is July 15th. Remember, if you are in the United States, there will be a time difference with the tournament in England.

Most Recent Champion Golfers

Collin Morikawa

2021

Collin Morikawa was valued at +2500 heading into the 149th edition of the Open Championship and at fourth in the world golf rankings, he was established as one of the very best players in the world. He got off to a good start with a 67, and shot into contention with a 64 on Friday. Morikawa was paired with leader Louis Oosthuizen, trailing the 2020 Champion Golfer of the Year by two strokes, and Morikawa made a shot up on Oosthuizen with a 68 in the third round. Morikawa was unstoppable in the final round, shooting a bogey-free 66 and making a number of huge putts to win his second major. Morikawa won the first major championship to return without fans at the PGA Championship in August 2020. It’s fitting that he would win the Open Championship when it returned with fans.

Collin Morikawa poses with the Claret Jug A $100 bet on Morikawa would have won you $2,500.

Shane Lowry

(2019)

Ireland’s Shane Lowry was a +6000 longshot heading into the 2019 Open Championship at Royal Portrush in Northern Ireland, but got off to a great start with a pair of 67s. However, Lowry took control of the tournament with a 63 in the third round, which was a course record and he went into the final day with a four-stroke lead. He managed to hang on in a typically rainy and windy final round, shooting a 72 to finish at -15. Lowry would win his first major championship by six strokes over England’s Tommy Fleetwood.

Shane Lowry kisses the Claret Jug A $100 bet on Lowry would have won you $6,000.

Francesco Molinari

(2018)

Molinari, who hails from Italy, was also a +6000 longshot like Lowry ahead of the 2018 Open Championship at Carnoustie in Scotland. Shooting 70-72 in the first two rounds wasn’t great, but it kept Molinari in it until the third round, where he shot a 65 to move up the leaderboard. Molinari was paired with Tiger Woods in the final round, and he didn’t blink as Molinari shot a bogey-free 69 to win his first major championship by two shots over Kevin Kisner, Rory McIlroy, Justin Rose and Xander Schauffele.

Francesco Molinari poses with the Claret Jug A $100 bet on Molinari would have won you $6,000.

Jordan Spieth

(2017)

Jordan Spieth burst onto the scene in 2015 with his first Masters win in 2015, and proceeded to surge up the world rankings, reaching #1 and he also won a FedEx Cup along the way, along with a US Open win. In 2017, Spieth went to the Open Championship at Royal Birkdale in England, and shot a -5 in the first round. Spieth held the lead after 36 holes, and again after 54 holes, where he led Matt Kuchar by three strokes. The two Americans battled each other as Spieth struggled early, but he recovered for some back-nine fireworks. Spieth managed a miraculous up-and-down for bogey on #13 from the practice area, and then hit a 50-foot bomb of a putt for eagle at the 15th to take control. He would go on to win his third major championship by three strokes over Kuchar.

Jordan Spieth poses with the Claret Jug A $100 bet on Spieth would have won you $1,200.

Henrik Stenson

(2016)

Henrik Stenson was playing good golf ahead of the 2016 British Open at Royal Troon in Scotland, and shot a solid 65 in the first round. However, the Swede put the pedal to the medal in the second round with a 65, and then followed that with a 68 in the third round. Stenson was paired with Phil Mickelson in the final round and the two put on a show. Mickelson shot a blistering 65, but Stenson bettered him with a 63 to finish -20, three shots clear of Mickelson for his first major championship. The -20 under was a new British Open record, edging Tiger Woods’ -19 in 2000.

Henrik Stenson poses with the Claret Jug A $100 bet on Stenson would have won you $3,000.

Zach Johnson

(2015)

Zach Johnson was a huge underdog of +8000 going into the 2015 Open Championship at St. Andrews, but an opening-round 66 put him up there with the leaders. The second round had weather issues, so it started Friday and finished on Saturday, but Johnson held steady with a 71. He shot a 70 to remain three shots back of leaders Australian Jason Day, amateur Irishman Paul Dunne and South Africa’s Louis Oosthuizen. Johnson made his move in the final round, shooting a 66 to pull even with Oosthuizen and Australia’s Marc Leishman, and the three went into a four-hole playoff. Johnson cleared the four holes in 15 strokes, one better than Oosthuizen and three better than Leishman for his second major championship following the 2007 Masters.

Zach Johnson hits a shot on the 18th hole at St. Andrews A $100 bet on Johnson would have won you $8,000.

St. Andrews Old Course

The British Open celebrates 150 years this July when the field tries to match what golfer Willie Park first accomplished back in 1860. It seems fitting that the major’s 150th birthday celebration would take place back at St. Andrews and on the old course, which first hosted the tournament in 1873.

British Open Odds St. Andrews Old Course

Future British Open host courses are Royal Liverpool in 2023, Royal Troon in 2024 and Royal Portrush in 2025.

2022 St. Andrews Old Course Hole-by-Hole

HoleYardsPar
13734
24464
34004
44794
55465
64124
73814
81903
93494
103854
111813
123524
134634
146045
154554
164184
175004
183584

2022 British Open Odds FAQ

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