The Open 2019: Tee Times, Betting Odds And Predictions

Another major weekend. Coincidence that I planned a relaxing schedule for the family this Friday and Saturday….maaaaayyyybbbeeeee.

Major weekends are always entertaining and this year’s Open feels like it is going to be one to remember. The field is absolutely stacked and the top ten betting favorites all look like they could win this thing. Speaking of betting favorites, here are the latest odds on the top 10 favorites:

  • Brooks Koepka 10/1
  • Rory McIlroy 9/1
  • Dustin Johnson 16/1
  • Jon Rahm 16/1
  • Tiger Woods 20/1
  • Francesco Molinari 25/1
  • Justin Rose 25/1
  • Tommy Fleetwood 30/1
  • Rickie Fowler 30/1
  • Jordan Spieth 35/1

Rory is going to be the trendy pick this weekend. He once hit a record 61 on this course as a 16 year old. That is what we call, pretty pretty pretty good. I tend to stay away from popular picks, they are normally popular for a reason. But I love the story line here. At 9/1 I would feel comfortable laying a few shekels. If you’re looking for real value though I love Francesco Molinari at 25/1. The 36 year old Italian is the reigning champion and I like him to be right there on Sunday. He seems to always keep himself out of trouble, even before his water hazard that lost him the Masters this year, he was boggy free for from late Friday until Sunday. I love golfers that you have to beat and won’t beat themselves. Tiger I don’t think will win this but will contend. I see him finishing the top 15 after much needed rest.

Some of the more important tee times for tomorrow:

  • Tiger Woods 3:10 pm
  • Phil Mickelson 7:52 am
  • Rory McIlroy 10:09 am
  • Rickie Fowler 10:20 am
  • Brooks Koepka 1:04 pm
  • Jordan Spieth 1:26 pm
  • Justin Rose 2:48 pm
  • Dustin Johnson 2:59 pm

I’ll be locked in on Tiger, he’s can’t miss TV. But with all these guys spread out on Thursday you can go ahead and dedicate your entire day to The Open. And Branded Sports of course. Makes sure to follow us on Twitter

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