Daniel Berger Open Championship Odds 2021 and History on FanDuel Sportsbook

Adam Taylor McKillop
Daniel Berger British Open odds and Open Championship history for 2021 on FanDuel Sportsbook.
Daniel Berger British Open odds and Open Championship history for 2021 on FanDuel Sportsbook. / Tom Pennington/Getty Images

Three of golf's majors are behind us for the 2021 season. Hideki Matsuyama took home the green jacket with a Masters win, Phil Mickelson had an unlikely PGA Championship win and Jon Rahm won the US Open.

Now the golf world's attention turns to Royal St. George's Golf Club in Kent, England for the 2021 Open Championship.

FanDuel Sportsbook has all the odds and prop bets you need for the 2021 Open Championship.

Daniel Berger British Open Odds

Daniel Berger has +7000 odds to win the 2021 Open Championship. Those are tied for the 30th-best odds in the field.

Daniel Berger British Open Prop Bets

Berger is tied for the 28th-best odds (+1100) to post a top-five finish at the Open Championship. He is also +550 to finish top-10 and +270 to finish top-20.

Berger has +6000 odds to be the Round 1 leader.

In match betting, Berger is favored with -142 odds head-to-head against Branden Grace (+112).

Daniel Berger British Open History

Daniel Berger has never won the Open Championship. His best Open Championship score came at Royal Birkdale in 2017 when he shot +1 and finished T-27. His best single-round score at the Open Championship was a 67, which he shot in both the fourth round of his 2017 performance.

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