You Can Bet On The Open 2021 Getting Spectacularly Exciting
Posted: July 19, 2021
Updated: July 19, 2021
Generous 2021 Open Odds On Rory McIlroy
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Jon Rahm Bookies Favorite To Win 4th Major
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Royal St. George’s beckons so it’s time to bet on The Open 2021. But just who should you back? Rory appears adrift, the Americans are flagging but Ian Poulter is putting in the effort. So, is this homegrown hero going to win out or will one of the visiting hoards happen upon a victory? Well online sportsbook sites in the UK like Bet365 have their view, of course, but remember, this is 2021. You can’t bet on golf tournaments panning out quite as everyone expects. Not this year.
Rory McIlroy missed the cut at The Renaissance Club. Whichever way you slice that up, it’s not good. Ahead of the 4th Major of the year, at the Royal St. George’s course in the UK, Rory needed more. He needed a boost to his confidence. Oh dear. Just how much you can expect from him is debatable. If you’re going to bet on The Open 2021, Rory may not feature in your choices. Yes, online bookies in the UK give him 18/1, but honestly, his chances are just not that good.
You can understand why online betting sites in the UK give him such generous odds on The Open 2021. A lot of people will bet on Rory McIlroy as the best known British player. Pity his current form doesn’t warrant it. Bet365 giving him 18/1 is, frankly, almost insulting to the others who get the same price. Justin Thomas for one, Brooks Koepka another. Thomas did well in the Scottish breeze, Brooks is a fresher bet on The Open 2021 having sat the Scottish Open out.
Should You Bet On Ian Poulter Staying On Form?
Of course, Jon Rahm is the big favorite. His US Open win, and tolerable result in Scotland, see the bookies give him 8/1. That’s head and shoulders above the rest of the field. However, Xander Schauffele demonstrated he’ll not skimp at Royal St. George’s and he’s not the only challenger. He’s another player parked at 18/1 by the bookies. Meanwhile a good bet on The Open 2021 may garner a far longer price from Bet365. Up north Ian Poulter played a superb 64 in his final round.
Odds On The 2021 Open
- Matthew Fitzpatrick – 40/1
- Patrick Cantlay – 35/1
- Collin Morikawa – 35/1
- Bryson Dechambeau – 33/1
- Tyrrell Hatton – 33/1
- Louis Oosthuizen – 33/1
- Viktor Hovland – 30/1
- Dustin Johnson – 20/1
- Xander Schauffele – 18/1
- Jordan Spieth – 18/1
- Justin Thomas – 18/1
- Rory McIlroy – 18/1
- Brooks Koepka – 18/1
- Jon Rahm – 8/1
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If he brings that form with him south he’s going to challenge Jon Rahm every inch of the way. Sure, those who like to bet on sports in the UK will quickly note he’s a somewhat lengthy 75/1 to win. However, they’ve closed up those numbers and he does seem to have the form you need to win. So, of course, does Thomas Detry who gets 110/1. As does the far more reasonable 40/1 shot that is Matthew Fitzpatrick. But, can you really carry momentum from Scotland to Kent?
Get Your Bet On The Open 2021 At Bet365
We shall see. One thing is for sure, no one will run away with this win. Indeed, after a couple of surprise winners and one dramatically apt winner the fourth Major could go anywhere. Some will look at the odds on Rory McIlroy and see a possible redemption story. Others will eye the odds on Jon Rahm and see a stroll to victory in the offing. However your bet on The Open 2021 may need to look beyond the obvious. A bet on Jon Rahm is hardly in keeping with 2021’s zeitgeist.
“I have matured, I have learned.”
- Rory McIlroy
He’s had his win. The 4th Major is very unlikely to fall to the same player as one of the previous three. This isn’t that sort of year. So perhaps you should bet on Jordan Spieth or check out the odds on Viktor Hovland. After all, whilst Rory and Jon get intense you could find those with a more healthy dose of luck come out on top. So when you take advantage of UK gambling laws to bet on The Open 2021 don’t just throw down your hard-earned cash on the usual suspects. This won’t go down like that.
We take a look at why, if you’re going to bet on The Open 2021, you may want to look beyond the obvious candidates.