Tiger Woods Open Championship 2022 Odds, History & Predictions

Tiger Woods Open Championship 2022 Odds, History & Predictions


The Genesis Scottish Open was the final stop on the 2022 PGA Tour before the Open Championship at the famed St. Andrews.

Legacies are made at the Open Championship, especially when it's played at arguably the most famous course in the world, and there are few things as meaningful in the golf world as winning a major tournament.

So, naturally, FanDuel Sportsbook already has tons of odds and prop bets available for the Open Championship in 2022.

Tiger Woods British Open Odds

Tiger Woods has +6500 odds to win the Open Championship in 2022. The three-time British Open champion is tied for the 26th-best odds.

Has Tiger Woods Ever Won the British Open?

Woods has won the British Open three times, including twice at St. Andrews in 2000 and 2005. He also won at Royal Liverpool in 2006.

Tiger Woods British Open Prop Bets

As for finishing position, Woods is +125 to finish top-40, +185 to finish top-30, +600 to finish top-10 and +1300 to finish top-five.

Tiger Woods British Open History

Woods has made 21 Open Championship starts and made the cut 18 times. Along with his three British Open wins, Woods has seven other top-10 finishes including a T-6 in 2018. He did miss the cut at St. Andrews in 2015.

Woods best single-round score in the Open Championship was a 64 in Round 3 of the 1997 event at Royal Troon when he failed to finish top-20.

Tiger Woods British Open Prediction & Pick

The attention continues to surround Woods, who is now ranked No. 994 in the world at age 46. Of course, he's only played in two PGA Tour events this year after suffering major injuries in his SUV crash nearly 17 months ago. Still, while the betting public supports Woods, it's fools gold despite the greatest shot maker of his generation playing his best and winning twice at the strategic challenge of St. Andrews.

Tiger Woods winning the 2022 Open Championship is absurd. He's unlikely to finish top-30 in the 2022 British Open, and is more likely to miss the cut than make it despite a sub-70 scoring average at the Par 72 St. Andrews. Those days are long gone for terrific Tiger.