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.
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Rory McIlroy British Open Odds
Rory McIlroy has +2200 odds to win the 2021 Open Championship. Those are the sixth-best odds to win the tournament across the field.
Rory McIlroy British Open Prop Bets
McIlroy is tied for the third-best odds (+450) to post a top-five finish at the Open Championship. He is also +210 to finish top-10 and -105 to finish top-20.
Day has +3100 odds to be the Round 1 leader, the sixth-best odds to in the British Open field.
Rory McIlroy British Open History
Rory McIlroy won the Open Championship in 2014. That is one of five top-10 finishes he's recorded since making his British Open debut in 2007.
His best Open Championship score came at Royal Liverpool in 2014 when he shot -17 to win the event. His best single-round score at the Open Championship was a 63, which he shot in the third round of his 2019 win.
His best Open Championship score came at St Andrews in 2015 when he shot -14 to finished T-4th. His best single-round score at the Open Championship was a 63, which he shot in the first round at St Andrews in 2010, where he finished T-3rd.
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