The Open Golf Betting Offers all bookmaker enhanced prices on One Page

The Open Golf is this week and all the leading bookmakers have some great offers, we have listed the best Open Betting deals, there is lots of enhanced price offers with extended number of places paid out on etc.

To help you find all the best offers we have listed all The Open Golf Betting Offers and bookmaker enhanced prices on One Page.

The Open 2016 Coral Betting Offers


The Open 2016 Paddy Power Offers

British Open 2016 Betfair Enhanced Odds Offers

Boylesport Open 2016 Offers

Skybet Open 2016 Betting offer

Open 2016 888Sport

The Open 2016 Betfred Free Bet Codes

The oldest major is the Open Championship which is lovingly known as The Open , in the US is sometimes called the British Open. It is the oldest major and is the only one played outside of the US. The other majors being the Master, the US Open and the PGA championship.

    Paddy Power to Pay 7 Places at the Open Golf

    The British Open Championship starts this Thursday at Lytham St Annes. We were wondering how many places Paddy Power will pay out for at the Open, and in true Paddy Power style they have not disappointed they are paying a massive 7 places.
    The British is one of the 4 majors together with the Masters, USPGA and the US Open and it is the oldest golf major. Played on links courses it is always a competitive event.
    The winner of the open wins £750,000 and will forever be known in gold folk law once they life the claret jug. Paddy Power are paying 7 places at 1/4 odds

    Paddy have been offering golf specials all year this is their 13th and it is their best yet. Who do you think will win the open? can Darren Clarke defend his trophy or will Rory Mcillroy manage to win it, or will the rejuvenated Tiger Woods and to his haul of major titles he is in top form winning the AT&T National title earlier this month that was his 74th pga tour win the most anyone has ever got, and he will be looking for his 4th Open title.

    If you do not have a Paddy Power account why not open one today, most bookies are only paying out 5 places. If you open an account with £10 paddy will give you £20 of free bets in return. Also if you sign up via our site we will also give you FREE Lifetime membership to our Daily Betting Tips.

      Scottish Open Golf 2nd Round Betting Tips

      The Barclays Scottish Open is taking place at the Castle Stuart Golf Links in Inverness, Scotland. The First Round leaders are Lee Wesrwood and a surprise leader Mark Tullo from Chile who is ranked 232 in the world. Westwood carded a 65 7 under par first round which included 6 birdies and an eagle. Also finding form was Colin Montgomerie hit 67 which gives him a good chance of playing the Open next week for the 22nd Consecutive year.

      World number six Phil Mickelson faces a battle to survive the cut after a frustrating 73, which contained a double bogey at the 14th when his approach shot from the fairway finished in a hollow just off the green and he took four more from there.

      The most remarkable round was that of Scotsman Marc Warren, who started with a triple-bogey seven, but then had seven successive birdies – one off the European Tour record – and returned a 67.

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        The Open Golf 2010 Preview

        One of the most prestigious golf tournaments is taking place in July 2010 at the infamous St Andrews course on 15 Jul 2010 – 18 Jul 2010. With this tournament being the only ‘major’ played outside of the US, it is one event that every professional golf player wants to win, not least the current champion, Stewart Cink, from the USA. Let’s hope the good weather continues and stays in Scotland so that every player and spectator can fully enjoy the professional golfers at their very best.
        It is always difficult to predict a winner for these tournaments and with Stewart Cink, Read more The Open Golf 2010 Preview