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2021 Open Championship Odds: Jon Rahm the deserving favorite once again

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For the first time in two years, it’s Open Championship week!

Just last month, Jon Rahm won the U.S. Open as the betting favorite, and oddsmakers believe he is the man to beat once again. Brooks Koepka, Xander Schauffele, Justin Thomas, Rory McIlroy, and Jordan Spieth headline a crop of worthy challengers not far behind.

Check out the full betting odds courtesy of FanDuel sportsbook.

  • Jon Rahm (15/2)
  • Brooks Koepka (16/1)
  • Xander Schauffele (18/1)
  • Justin Thomas (18/1)
  • Rory McIlroy (18/1)
  • Jordan Spieth (18/1)
  • Dustin Johnson (22/1)
  • Louis Oosthuizen (30/1)
  • Viktor Hovland (30/1)
  • Patrick Reed (33/1)
  • Patrick Cantlay (33/1)
  • Tyrrell Hatton (33/1)
  • Bryson DeChambeau (34/1)
  • Shane Lowry (35/1)
  • Collin Morikawa (35/1)
  • Tommy Fleetwood (35/1)
  • Matthew Fitzpatrick (40/1)
  • Paul Casey (40/1)
  • Lee Westwood (40/1)
  • Scottie Scheffler (45/1)
  • Tony Finau (50/1)
  • Justin Rose (50/1)
  • Marc Leishman (60/1)
  • Branden Grace (60/1)
  • Sergio Garcia (60/1)
  • Cameron Smith (65/1)
  • Webb Simpson (65/1)
  • Rickie Fowler (65/1)
  • Robert MacIntyre (65/1)
  • Daniel Berger (65/1)
  • Joaquin Niemann (70/1)
  • Harris English (70/1)
  • Abraham Ancer (70/1)
  • Will Zalatoris (75/1)
  • Adam Scott (75/1)
  • Jason Day (75/1)
  • Christiaan Bezuidenhout (80/1)
  • Ian Poulter (80/1)
  • Phil Mickelson (80/1)
  • Garrick Higgo (80/1)
  • Lucas Herbert (80/1)
  • Alex Noren (90/1)
  • Jason Kokrak (100/1)
  • Min Woo Lee (100/1)
  • Brian Harman (120/1)
  • Ryan Palmer (120/1)
  • Thomas Detry (130/1)
  • Russell Henley (130/1)
  • Bernd Wiesberger (150/1)
  • Corey Conners (150/1)
  • Kevin Kisner (150/1)
  • Matt Wallace (150/1)
  • Victor Perez (150/1)
  • Stewart Cink (150/1)
  • Padraig Harrington (150/1)
  • Sam Burns (150/1)
  • Guido Migliozzi (150/1)
  • Max Homa (170/1)
  • Martin Kaymer (180/1)
  • Danny Willett (180/1)
  • Gary Woodland (180/1)
  • Francesco Molinari (180/1)
  • Richard Bland (180/1)
  • Billy Horschel (200/1)
  • Keegan Bradley (200/1)
  • Kevin Streelman (200/1)
  • Charley Hoffman (200/1)
  • Lucas Glover (200/1)
  • Sam Horsfield (200/1)
  • Joel Dahmen (240/1)
  • Sebastian Munoz (240/1)
  • Harold Varner III (240/1)
  • Henrik Stenson (250/1)
  • Erik Van Rooyen (250/1)
  • Andy Sullivan (250/1)
  • Matt Jones (250/1)
  • Carlos Ortiz (250/1)
  • Emiliano Grillo (250/1)
  • Antoine Rozner (250/1)
  • Matt Kuchar (260/1)
  • Matthias Schwab (300/1)
  • Brandt Snedeker (300/1)
  • Jason Scrivener (300/1)
  • Chris Kirk (300/1)
  • Johannes Veerman (300/1)
  • Troy Merritt (300/1)
  • Brendon Todd (300/1)
  • Rafa Cabrera Bello (300/1)
  • Cameron Tringale (310/1)
  • John Catlin (320/1)
  • Adam Long (320/1)
  • Dylan Frittelli (320/1)
  • Chez Reavie (350/1)
  • Lanto Griffin (350/1)
  • Justin Harding (350/1)
  • Mackenzie Hughes (350/1)
  • Romain Langasque (350/1)
  • Ryan Fox (350/1)
  • Joost Luiten (350/1)
  • Kurt Kitayama (350/1)
  • Dean Burmester (350/1)
  • Jazz Janewattananond (350/1)
  • Takumi Kanaya (350/1)
  • Talor Gooch (350/1)
  • Brendan Steele (350/1)
  • Byeong Hun An (450/1)
  • Keith Mitchell (450/1)
  • Jimmy Walker 4350/1)
  • Benjamin Hebert (450/1)
  • Jorge Campillo (450/1)
  • Marcus Kinhult (450/1)
  • Rikard Karlberg (450/1)
  • Michael Lorenzo-Verga (450/1)
  • Adam Hadwin (450/1)
  • Marcus Armitage (450/1)
  • Shaun Norris (450/1)
  • C.T. Pan (450/1)
  • Daniel Van Tonder (450/1)
  • Rikuya Hoshino (450/1)
  • Marcel Siem (450/1)
  • Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano (500/1)
  • Paul Waring (500/1)
  • Jaco Ahlers (500/1)
  • Cole Hammer (500/1)
  • Ernie Els (500/1)
  • Chan Kim (500/1)
  • Yuki Inamori (500/1)
  • Haotong Li (500/1)
  • Matthias Schmid (500/1)
  • Darren Clarke (500/1)
  • Brad Kennedy (500/1)
  • J.C. Ritchie (500/1)
  • Yuxin Lin (500/1)
  • Richard Mansell (500/1)
  • Poom Saksansin (750/1)
  • Jonathan Thomson (750/1)
  • Sam Forgan (1000/1)
  • Laird Shepherd (1000/1)
  • Deyen Lawson (1000/1)
  • Aaron Pike (1000/1)
  • Nicholas Poppleton (1000/1)
  • Joe Long (1000/1)
  • Abel Gallegos (1000/1)
  • Ryosuke Kinoshita (1000/1)
  • Christoffer Bring (1000/1)
  • Ricardo Cella (1000/1)
  • Marcel Schneider (1000/1)
  • Richard T. Lee (1000/1)
  • Daniel Hillier (1000/1)
  • Ryutaro Nagano (1000/1)
  • Sam Bairstow (1000/1)
  • Ben Hutchison (1000/1)
  • Daniel Croft (1000/1)
  • Connor Worsdall (1000/1)
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Report: Greg Norman spotted following a surprise grouping on Thursday at the Masters

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Greg Norman is at this week’s Masters tournament but found himself in a situation where he had to buy himself a ticket to enter the grounds.

Speaking to the Washington Post, Norman explained why he was at Augusta National:

“I’m here because we have 13 players that won 10 Masters between them. So I’m here just to support them, do the best I can to show them, ‘Hey, you know, the boss is here rooting for you.’ ”

So who was Norman following during the opening round of this year’s Masters? Well the answer may surprise you.

Per Sports Illustrated’s Bob Harig, Norman was spotted following the LIV-less grouping of Rory McIlroy, Scottie Scheffler and Xander Schauffele.

We’ll find out a little later today whether Norman will make his third appearance in as many days at this year’s opening major.

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Collin Morikawa makes surprising late putter switch at Masters

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Collin Morikawa has had plenty of success with a blade in his hands over the course of his young career, but after a lean spell on the greens lately, it appears that the 27-year-old is ready to try something new.

The California-native began the year with his TaylorMade TP Soto before switching to a Logan Olson proto last month. Now at this week’s Masters, Morikawa has been spotted with a Spider Tour X, the same flatstick that Scottie Scheffler will be using at Augusta.

The move would represent a big change, but it has been a very frustrating year on the greens for Morikawa, who will hope the TaylorMade mallet can offer him a similar upturn in fortune to that of Scheffler. In 2024, Morikawa ranks 164th for Strokes Gained: Putting, and 157th for Total Putting.

We’ll keep an eye whether Morikawa puts the mallet into action on day one of the Masters.

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Dave Portnoy places monstrous outright bet for the 2024 Masters

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Fresh off of winning $2.76 million on UConn’s victory over Purdue on Monday night, Barstool Sports’ founder Dave Portnoy has just placed a massive bet for this year’s Masters.

Tweeting on Wednesday morning, Portnoy revealed that he has placed $300,000 on Scottie Scheffler to win this year’s Masters at odds of +450.

Should he win, that’d be a total payout of $1.65 million.

Scheffler is one of the shortest priced favorites of recent times at the Masters, and is looking for what would be his third win in his last four events.

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