2022 Open Championship Odds, Picks & Field for PGA Tournament on FanDuel Sportsbook
Open Championship Start Time, Date & Prize Money
Start Date: Thursday, July 14, 2022
Golf Course: St. Andrews Links (Old Course) - St. Andrews Scottland
Course Stats: 7,313 Yards, Par 72
Defending Champion: Collin Morikawa
Open Championship Tee Times
Open Championship Tee Times will be available at this link ahead of each round.
Open Championship Odds & Favorites
Odds to win Open Championship are from FanDuel Sportsbook.
- Rory McIlroy (+1000)
- Xander Schauffele (+1300)
- Jordan Spieth (+1500)
- Jon Rahm (+1600)
- Matthew Fitzpatrick (+1800)
- Scottie Scheffler (+1800)
- Shane Lowry (+2000)
- Justin Thomas (+2100)
- Cameron Smith (+2200)
- Patrick Cantlay (+2600)
- Will Zalatoris (+2700)
- Tommy Fleetwood (+2800)
- Collin Morikawa (+2800)
- Tyrrell Hatton (+3400)
- Dustin Johnson (+3400)
Open Championship Field
Open Championship field can be found via this link.
Open Championship Picks & Predictions
Mcilroy is on an incredible run right now, playing some fantastic golf. He's grabbed a top-20 finish in seven consecutive starts, which includes five top-10 finishes. And of those, four were top-5 finishes, along with one win.
He's also no stranger to success in this tournament at St. Andrews. In 2010, as mentioned above, McIlroy placed T-3 and tied the best Round 1 score in Open Championship history. Pairing his talents, recent performances and past course success, I'll take the plus money and go for McIlroy to finish Top-5 at +270.
Bet Rory McIlroy to finish top-5 (+270)
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