The 141st British Open is just mere days away, and gamblers look to score big on the event.
Of the latest money lines and odds, these are your bets for each strategy. There are so many options to choose from, but these are your best bets for each technique.
Whether you look for easy money and bet on the favorite, or risk it all on a longshot, this is your guide to betting the Open Championship in 2012.
*Note: All money lines courtesy Gamblers Palace
Tiger Woods remains the overwhelming favorite for this year's British Open at +735. He's already won at Arnold Palmer, Memorial and AT&T National this year, and looks for his fourth victory of the season.
After remaining in contention during the U.S. Open until the final day, he won the AT&T National before being cut at Greenbrier. Now he looks to rebound, and early money lines say he will.
Woods looks like he might finally be back, but he'll need a win at a major to prove it. The Open Championship could be that major.
Lee Westwood is the main competitor against field favorite Tiger Woods. At +850 he has the second-best line, and his recent success could fuel a major victory.
He finished tied for third at the Masters before finishing tied for fifth at the Wells Fargo earlier this year. His last appearance was at the U.S. Open when he finished tied for tenth, ahead of Woods.
While he hasn't won a British Open in his career, he finished in second in 2010, and looks to capture his first major title this time around.
Rickie Fowler is still very young at just 23-years-old, but he'll look to top the field at the British Open.
Fowler is a streaky player whose finished in the Top Five three times this year (including a win at Wells Fargo), but has also been cut twice.
Fowler is an unpredictable player, and he may be worth the risk at +2500.
Darren Clarke is my longshot because he won the event last year. While he isn't even given a money line at Gamblers Palace, he is listed with 125-1 odds according to CBS Sports.
Clarke is buried under most of the field, and is expected to be cut at the event. However, there is a chance that he may surprise us at the Open Championship for a second time in two years.
Don't sleep on Clarke twice.
This is your entire money lines preview for the 2012 British Open. Of all the golfers in the field, these are the lines for the top competitors.
Whether you're a gambler of just a fan, these can be incredibly helpful.
*Note: Courtesy Gamblers Palace
|FIELD - ANY PLAYER NOT LISTED ABOVE||+150|