Sky Bet giving customers a brilliant offer for the 2017 Open Championship that will delight each-way golf backers
The 2017 Open Championship takes place between 20-23 July, with the world’s best golf players heading to the Royal Birkdale Golf Club hoping to be the one that lifts the magnificent Claret Jug.
It’s a brilliant tournament and many betting customers enjoy placing a few bets on the action, with each-way often the way to go considering it’s mighty difficult to pick out the actual winner of any golf event.
The fantastic news is that Sky Bet aren’t just offering great odds for the 2017 Open Championship but they are also throwing up amazing each-way place terms. That’s in addition to offering new customers a free £10 no deposit bet when they first sign up.
This means you can place an each-way bet on the Open Championship outright market knowing that you will get paid out on the place if your golfer is among the top ten on the final leaderboard.
It’s a brave move from Sky Bet who will hope that several of the favourites miss out on the top ten, with Dustin Johnson currently trading at odds of 11/1, while Rory McIlroy will hope to rediscover some form and he’s available at 12/1.
Jordan Spieth is a 12/1 shot, with the in-form Jon Rahm trading at 14/1 and it’s clear that the Spaniard is the buzz golf player at the moment, having recently triumphed in Ireland.
Justin Rose is 16/1 and that’s the same odds afforded to Sergio Garcia, this year’s winner of the Masters and someone who has gone pretty close to landing an Open Championship victory in the past.
Tommy Fleetwood is an 18/1 chance and he will be playing in front of a home crowd, with the Southport player in the form of his life.
All odds were correct at time of posting.