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British Open 2012: Odds and TV schedule

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The 2012 British Open tees off Thursday, July 19 from Royal Lytham and St. Annes Golf Club, where Tiger Woods heads a field of 157 golfers seeking the Claret Jug.

Live coverage each day can be viewed on ESPN, while ABC will offer three hours of tape-delayed coverage Sunday from the final round.

British Open 2012 TV schedule

Thursday, July 19: 4:30 a.m. – 3 p.m. ET (ESPN)
Friday, July 20: 4:30 a.m. – 3 p.m. ET (ESPN)
Saturday, July 21: 7 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. ET (ESPN)
Sunday, July 22: 6 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. ET (ESPN) and 3 p.m. – 6 p.m. ET (ABC), tape delay

2012 British Open Odds (thanks to JustBet Sportsbook)

Tiger Woods 7.5 to 1
Lee Westwood 14 to 1
Rory McIlroy 16 to 1
Luke Donald 14 to 1
Padraig Harrington 16 to 1
Martin Kaymer 28 to 1
Phil Mickelson 28 to 1
Sergio Garcia 3p to 1
Justin Rose 30 to 1
Ernie Els 30 to 1
Francesco Molinari 30 to 1
Graeme McDowell 30 to 1
Louis Oosthuizen 35 to 1
Rickie Fowler 35 to 1
Ian Poulter 40 to 1
Adam Scott 40 to 1
Dustin Johnson 30 to 1
Jason Dufner 45 to 1
Hunter Mahan 50 to 1
Matt Kuchar 40 to 1
Bubba Watson 50 to 1
Charl Schwartzel 50 to 1
Jim Furyk 50 to 1
Steve Stricker 60 to 1
Paul Lawrie 60 to 1
Peter Hanson 60 to 1
Ross Fisher 60 to 1
Nicolas Colsaerts 65 to 1
Nick Watney 65 to 1
Matteo Manassero 80 to 1
Henrik Stenson 80 to 1
Keegan Bradley 80 to 1
KJ Choi 80 to 1
Thomas Bjorn 80 to 1
Retief Goosen 80 to 1
The Field (Any Other Player) 2 to 1

Odds to Win British Open (Thanks to 5Dimes Sportsbook)

Tiger Woods 7.75 to 1
Lee Westwood 13.35 to 1
Luke Donald 15.45 to 1
Padraig Harrington 15.45 to 1
Rory McIlroy 16.10 to 1
Justin Rose 30 to 1
Graeme McDowell 33 to 1
Phil Mickelson 35 to 1
Rickie Fowler 35 to 1
Sergio Garcia 35 to 1
Adam Scott 40 to 1
Dustin Johnon 45 to 1
Ernie Els 45 to 1
Francesco Molinari 45 to 1
Ian Poulter 45 to 1
Louis Oosthuizen 45 to 1
Martin Kaymer 45 to 1
Hunter Mahan 50 to 1
Jason Dufner 50 to 1
Jim Furyk 50 to 1
Matt Kuchar 60 to 1
Charl Schwartzel 75 to 1
Steve Stricker 75 to 1
Bubba Watson 80 to 1
Zach Johnson 80 to 1
Paul Lawrie 85 to 1
Ross Fisher 90 to 1
Fredrik Jacobson 95 to 1
Nicolas Colsaerts 95 to 1
Nick Watney 100 to 1
Peter Hanson 100 to 1
Thomas Bjorn 100 to 1
Alexander Noren 125 to 1
Ben Curtis 125 to 1
Bo Van Pelt 125 to 1
Keegan Bradley 125 to 1
Martin Laird 125 to 1
Simon Dyson 125 to 1
KJ Choi 135 to 1
Branden Grace 150 to 1
Retief Goosen 150 to 1
Anders Hansen 175 to 1
Davis Love III 175 to 1
John Senden 175 to 1
Raphael Jacquelin 175 to 1
Marcel Siem 185 to 1
Rafa Cabrera Bello 185 to 1
Andres Romero 200 to 1
Carl Pettersson 200 to 1
Darren Clarke 200 to 1
Geoff Ogilvy 200 to 1
Jamie Donaldson 200 to 1
Jeev Milkha Singh 200 to 1
Jonathan Byrd 200 to 1
Michael Hoey 200 to 1
Miguel Angel Jimenez 220 to 1
George Coetzee 225 to 1
Robert Karlsson 225 to 1
Tim Clark 225 to 1
Bill Haas 250 to 1
Robert Rock 250 to 1
Thongchai Jaidee 250 to 1
Thorbjorn Olesen 250 to 1
Y.E. Yang 250 to 1
Matteo Manassero 275 to 1
Aaron Baddeley 300 to 1
Richard Sterne 300 to 1
Alvaro Quiros 310 to 1
Brandt Snedeker 325 to 1
John Huh 325 to 1
Pablo Larrazabal 325 to 1
Stewart Cink 325 to 1
Chad Campbell 350 to 1
Harris English 350 to 1
John Daly 350 to 1
Kyle Stanley 350 to 1
Vijay Singh 375 to 1
Angel Cabrera 385 to 1
Marcus Fraser 385 to 1
Joost Luiten 400 to 1
Kevin Na 425 to 1
Charles Howell III 450 to 1
Ryo Ishikawa 450 to 1
Trevor Immelman 450 to 1
Richie Ramsey 485 to 1
Tom Lehman 485 to 1
Gary Woodland 500 to 1
Paul Casey 500 to 1
Sang Moon Bae 500 to 1
Gregory Havret 525 to 1
Marc Leishman 525 to 1
Gonzalo Fernandez Castano 550 to 1
Greg Owen 550 to 1
Matthew Baldwin 550 to 1
Lucas Glover 585 to 1
Robert Allenby 585 to 1
Alejandro Canizares 625 to 1
James Morrison 625 to 1
Mark Wilson 625 to 1
Greg Chalmers 650 to 1
Troy Matteson 650 to 1
Thomas Aiken 675 to 1
Johnson Wagner 725 to 1
Tom Watson 725 to 1
Justin Leonard 815 to 1
Kyung Tae Kim 825 to 1
Lee Slattery 825 to 1
Jbe Kruger 850 to 1
Ted Potter Jr. 875 to 1
David Duval 925 to 1
Aaron Townsend 1,000 to 1
Adilson Da Silva 1,000 to 1
Alan Dunbar 1,000 to 1
Andrew Georgiou 1,000 to 1
Anirban Lahiri 1,000 to 1
Ashley Hall 1,000 to 1
Barry Lane 1,000 to 1
Bob Estes 1,000 to 1
Brad Kennedy 1,000 to 1
Brendan Jones 1,000 to 1
Chez Reavie 1,000 to 1
Dale Whitnell 1,000 to 1
Daniel Chopra 1,000 to 1
Elliot Saltman 1,000 to 1
Garth Mulroy 1,000 to 1
Grant Veenstra 1,000 to 1
Hiroyuki Fujita 1,000 to 1
Ian Keenan 1,000 to 1
James Driscoll 1,000 to 1
Justin Hicks 1,000 to 1
Juvic Pagunsan 1,000 to 1
Kodai Ichihara 1,000 to 1
Koumei Oda 1,000 to 1
Manuel Trappel 1,000 to 1
Mardan Mamat 1,000 to 1
Mark Calcavecchia 1,000 to 1
Morten Orum Madsen 1,000 to 1
Nicholas Cullen 1,000 to 1
Paul Broadhurst 1,000 to 1
Prayad Marksaeng 1,000 to 1
Rafa Echenique 1,000 to 1
Richard Finch 1,000 to 1
Russ Cochran 1,000 to 1
Sam Walker 1,000 to 1
Sandy Lyle 1,000 to 1
Scott Pinckney 1,000 to 1
Simon Khan 1,000 to 1
Stephen Ames 1,000 to 1
Steven Alker 1,000 to 1
Steven O’Hara 1,000 to 1
Steven Tiley 1,000 to 1
Tadahiro Takayama 1,000 to 1
Todd Hamilton 1,000 to 1
Toru Taniguchi 1,000 to 1
Toshinori Muto 1,000 to 1
Troy Kelly 1,000 to 1
Warren Bennett 1,000 to 1
Yoshinori Fujimoto 1,000 to 1


Odds to Win British Open
(Thanks to Bovada Sportsbook)

Tiger Woods
8/1
Lee Westwood
14/1
Luke Donald
14/1
Rory McIlroy
16/1
Padraig Harrington
20/1
Francesco Molinari
28/1
Graeme McDowell
28/1
Justin Rose
28/1
Martin Kaymer
33/1
Phil Mickelson
33/1
Sergio Garcia
33/1
Louis Oosthuizen
33/1
Adam Scott
40/1
Dustin Johnson
40/1
Ernie Els
40/1
Ian Poulter
40/1
Rickie Fowler
40/1
Jason Dufner
40/1
Bubba Watson
40/1
Hunter Mahan
40/1
Jim Furyk
40/1
Matt Kuchar
40/1
Peter Hanson
50/1
Charl Schwartzel
50/1
Paul Lawrie
50/1
Fredrik Jacobson
50/1
Geoff Ogilvy
50/1
George Coetzee
50/1
Nick Watney
50/1
Nicolas Colsaerts
50/1
Ross Fisher
50/1
Steve Stricker
66/1
Thomas Bjorn
66/1
Zach Johnson
50/1
Ben Curtis
66/1
Bo Van Pelt
66/1
Branden Grace
66/1
Keegan Bradley
66/1
K.J. Choi
66/1
Martin Laird
66/1
Ratief Goosen
80/1
Aaron Baddeley
80/1
Alexander Noren
80/1
Alvaro Quiros
80/1
Andres Romero
80/1
Brandt Snedeker
80/1
Jamie Donaldson
100/1
Rafael Cabrera -Bello
100/1
Raphael Jacquelin
100/1
Robert Karlsson
100/1
Simon Dyson
100/1
Anders Hansen
100/1
Angel Cabrera
100/1
Bill Haas
100/1
Carl Pettersson
125/1
Gary Woodland
125/1
John Senden
125/1
Marcel Siem
125/1
Michael Hoey
125/1
Miguel Angel Jimenez
125/1
Richard Sterne
125/1
Robert Rock
125/1
Stewart Cink
125/1
Thongchai Jaidee
125/1
Thorbjorn Olesen
125/1
Trevor Immelman
125/1
Y-E Yang
125/1
Charles Howell III
125/1
Darren Clarke
125/1
Davis Love III
150/1
Greg Owen
150/1
Harris English
150/1
John Daly
150/1
Jonathan Byrd
150/1
Paul Casey
150/1
Robert Allenby
150/1
Ryo Ishikawa
150/1
Sang-Moon Bae
150/1
Thomas Aiken
150/1
Tim Clark
150/1
Vijay Singh
150/1
Jeev M Singh
125/1
Chad Campbell
150/1
Gonzalo Fernandez
200/1
Gregory Havret
200/1
Jbe’ Kruger
200/1
John Huh
200/1
Johnson Wagner
200/1
Kevin Na
100/1
Kyle Stanley
200/1
Kyung-Tae Kim
200/1
Lucas Glover
200/1
Marc Leishman
200/1
Mark Wilson
200/1
Pablo Larrazabal
200/1
Richie Ramsay
200/1
Stephen Ames
200/1
Troy Matteson
200/1
Alejandro Canizares
250/1
Bob Estes
250/1
Greg Chalmers
250/1
James Morrison
250/1
Joost Luiten
250/1
Justin Leonard
250/1
Marcus Fraser
250/1
Richard Finch
250/1
Alan Dunbar
300/1
Garth Mulroy
300/1
James Driscoll
300/1
Lee Slattery
300/1
Tom Lehman
300/1
Tom Watson
200/1
Toru Taniguchi
300/1
Daniel Chopra
400/1
Matthew Baldwin
400/1
Simon Khan
400/1
Andrew Georgiou
500/1
Brad Kennedy
500/1
Brendan Jones
500/1
Chez Reavie
500/1
David Duval
500/1
Hiroyuki Fujita
500/1
Justin Hicks
500/1
Juvic Pagunsan
500/1
Koumei Oda
500/1
Mark Calcavecchia
500/1
Morten Orum Madsen
500/1
Paul Broadhurst
500/1
Prayad Marksaeng
500/1
Rafa Echenique
500/1
Sam Walker
500/1
Steven O’Hara
500/1
Steven Tiley
500/1
Ted Potter
300/1
Todd Hamilton
500/1
Toshinori Muto
500/1
Troy Kelly
500/1
Warren Bennett
500/1
Yoshinori Fujinoto
500/1
Barry Lane
750/1
Steven Alker
750/1
Aaron Townsend
1000/1
Adilson Da Silva
1000/1
Anirban Lahiri
1000/1
Ashley Hall
1000/1
Dale Whitnell
1000/1
Elliot Saltman
1000/1
Grant Veenstra
1000/1
Ian Keenan
1000/1
Kodai Ichihara
1000/1
Mardan Mamat
1000/1
Nicholas Cullen
1000/1
Russ Cochran
1000/1
Sandy Lyle
1000/1
Scott Pinckney
1000/1
Tadahiro Takayama
1000/1
Manuel Trappel
1000/1

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  1. Tim

    Jul 19, 2012 at 12:51 am

    So who’s picking any long shots? Heck for a fin you could get lucky!

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