Barring an unforeseen collapse by Rory McIlroy, the final round of the British Open will be his 18-hole victory lap and a bore for long-shot bettors.
As he’s showing more signs of old age, the old Tiger Woods is missed. He was far more fascinating when winning majors and scoring with porn stars.
Brady Kannon, a handicapper for Pregame.com, analyzes the top British Open players.
Las Vegas handicapper Wes Reynolds (@WesReynolds1 on Twitter) is betting a mythical $200 bankroll on British Open futures (odds from LVH sports book).
Here are the assorted player matchups and propositions posted at the LVH sports book.
With the final round falling on Father’s Day, and especially because he has played second fiddle six times in the U.S. Open, Phil Mickelson will be the sentimental favorite of most fans and media this week.
Not long ago, Jordan Spieth was the definition of a long shot. In August, when odds on the Masters opened at Las Vegas sports books, Spieth’s potential was a rumor
A dig into Adam Scott’s closet uncovers no dirt, skeletons or porn stars. The new man to beat in golf is one of the good guys, and he’s a favorite around here because he’s a UNLV guy.
Adam Scott, Rory McIlroy, Phil Mickelson and Bubba Watson are worth watching if you’re looking to make some money on the Masters.
Watch out for the South Africans this week, and I’ll target four of them. I’m trying to beat Rory McIlroy, Adam Scott and lefties Phil Mickelson and Bubba Watson. Last year, I hit Scott for a $30 wager at 25-1 odds. In this format, I’ll select nine players who could return at least $1,000 by earning the green jacket.