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Rafa Cabrera Bello (+6000 @Pointsbet USA)
Rafa is playing exception golf at present, having nearly won The Irish Open earlier this month before Jon Rahm powered home to victory with a final-round 62 and finishing in 9th in last weeks Scottish Open. His career best major finish came in the British Open in 2017 (Tied 4th) and given recent form, we think he’ll be a factor come Sunday at Royal Portrush.
Jason Day (+4000 @Pointsbet USA)
The former World No. 1 seems to be getting back to his best now that he has Steve Williams on the bag, with the pair already seeing results. After a T- 21 finish at the US.Open in their debut pairing, Day finished T-8 at the Travelers Champ and we feel he has a big weekend ahead of him at The British Open.
Xander Schauffele (+2500 @Pointsbet USA)
The most under-stated & under-rated world class golfer in modern golf, Xander Schauffele continues to knock at the door of the top table. The British Open Championship might just be HIS Major and Royal Portrush might just be his place! Uncharacteristically for a Californian, he’s a great links golfer, as he proved when finishing second at Carnoustie last year. He also has two top five finishes in Majors in 2019. Patience will be tested at Portrush, a golf course which few in the 156-field know well, but Schauffle has more patience than most.
Shane Lowry (+7000 @Pointsbet USA)
Rory McIlroy will hoover up most of the local support, but on the off-chance he doesn’t meet home expectations, Lowry will be more than happy to stand-in and carry the mantle! Funninly enough for a player who has an affinity for links golf, his record in the Open Championship has been terrible, having missed the last four cuts! However, on the upside, he is in decent form and knows the Portrush course better than almost everyone else in the field. He most certainly has the talent and imagination to answer every question the course will ask. But what of the greens themselves? Lowry is a streaky putter. If he’s off this week then look elsewhere. But if he’s on, He Is ON! So @7000 then why not?!
Eddie Pepperell (+7000 @Pointsbet USA)
Pepperell is a modern day social golfer (check out his twitter!……But more he is also a brilliant old-school kind of golfer – a sensational ball-striker whose guileis perfectly suited to the Open Championship.
He probably doesn’t drive the ball well enough to win around a brute of a course like Portrush – but @8000 he’s certainly worth a punt!!
Thats it from us folks….. enjoy the spectacle which is The Open and here’s to some of these big punts come good on Sunday!