The British Open is one of the best tournaments in the world of golf. Also known as The Open Championship, the event is the third of the four major championships for men’s golf. It is hosted every July across the UK; Scotland or England. Bettors love betting on the sport, especially during the Open. Bettors in the USA get to predict who is going to excel and who is going to struggle at the tournament. This article tackles all you need to know about betting on the British Open, from odds to the 2019 British Open schedule. Read on to learn more.
Quick Overview: British Open Golf Tournament
In the USA, the British Open t is one of the major tournaments held following the US Open and US Masters Tournament hosted in the beginning of the year. It is then followed by the popular PGA championship, which is hosted every August.
The British Open golf tournament carries a lot of history as it is the oldest professional golf tournament. It is played on a links-style course, with venues usually situated on the coast with windy conditions and plenty of flat ground.
Qualifying tournaments to make it to the Open are held in all continents globally and betting is made available to the US bettors as soon as the majors kick off. Usually, USA players that have performed well in the lead-ups are listed near the top of the odds.
British Open Odds 2018
Last year marked the 147th Open Championship which took place in Scotland between 19-22 July. The odds were as follows:
British Open 2019 Schedule
The 2019 British Open is scheduled to run from 14-21 July at Royal Portrush in the United Kingdom. The schedule is as follows:
|14 – 21 July 2019||07:00 – 22:00||British Open 2019 – 8 Day|
|14 July||07:00||British Open 2019 – Practice Day|
|15 July 2019||07:00||British Open 2019 – Practice Day|
|16 July 2019||07:00||British Open 2019 – Practice Day|
|17 July 2019||07:00||British Open 2019 – Practice Day|
|18 July 2019||07:00||British Open 2019 – Thursday|
|19 July 2019||07:00||British Open 2019 – Friday|
|20 -21 July||07:00 – 19:00||British Open 2019 – Weekend|
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