Jordan Spieth ” I didn’t play my best at the US open and my driver was an issue at the Deere classic”. Well guess what, he won both. Imagine he does bring his best golf and driver? The young man has already won four tournaments in 2015, including each of the first two major events on the calendar. Spieth will look to make it three straight major titles this weekend at the British Open at St. Andrews. He’s currently 7-1 with leading online betting agents, which to me is huge over’s. Considering Mcilroy, who was the 6-1 favorite has withdrawn through injury and he’s coming off another confidence boosting playoff win at the Deere.
Dustin Johnson figures to be Spieth’s biggest competition heading into the British Open. Johnson was in the thick of things for the U.S. Open right down to the wire, but he was unable to force a playoff on the 18th green and took home a second-place finish instead. Since 2014, Johnson has four top-two finishes with two tournament wins, and he is going off at 13/1 to get the job done in the British Open. DJ has played well this year but has a case of the yips when it comes to finishing it off.
Louis Oosthuizen. Some what of an under dog at 25-1. Let’s see Won at St. Andrews five years ago by seven shots.Played out of his mind at the U.S. Open after an opening-round 77, missing out of a playoff with Jordan Spieth by one measly shot. Then Despite a lackluster Travelers start (MC) and opening three rounds at the Greenbrier, shot a 3-under 67 on Sunday to bring some momentum to St. Andrews. Great value!