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Monday, 09 July 2012
Can tiger break his open duck?
McIlroy 13/10 to beat Woods in a Match bet
The Open Championship gets underway in less than a week’s time, with Tiger Woods getting back to the form that made him unbeatable at one stage of his career. With two victories in the past month, many will feel he is due an Open victory and Ireland’s largest independent bookmaker have installed him as their 5/1 favourite. Rory McIlroy is available at 13/10 to beat Tiger in a match bet and as big as 14/1 to win the tournament outright.
One Irishman who knows what it takes to win the Open Championship is Padraig Harrington. The Dubliner has been getting his game back on track in recent weeks and punters are latching onto him to be top Irishman at 2/1. With two championships already in the bag, his experience will be a huge factor should he be in contention come the final day.
Anybody who follows Golf would not begrudge Lee Westwood his first major. One of the most popular player’s on the tour can be backed at 14/1 to do so. The Irish firm are offering each-way value by paying out on the first SIX places, and if an Irishman wins, they will refund all losing outright bets placed pre-tournament.
“The 141st Open Championship at Royal Lytham & St Annes is one of the most eagerly anticipated majors in a very long time. With Tiger getting back to his best and Padraig wanting to add to his Major haul, it promises to be a treat for all golf fans. The race is on to secure places for the Ryder Cup and with the competition so fierce for European spots, friendships will go out the window once the action commences ”, commented Leon Blanche, Boylesports Head of Communications.
Tiger Woods Specials
9/2 To Miss the Cut
1/8 To Make the Cut
Rory McIlroy Specials
7/2 To Miss the Cut
1/6 To Make the Cut
Match Bet Woods v McIlroy
Match Bet Westwood v Donald
Will there be a Play Off
Will there be a Hole in One
Top English Player (only these 5 Count)
Top Irish Player (only these 5 Count)
For further information:
Leon Blanche, Boylesports
Tel: 00353 87 980 7986
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