The British Open Golf Betting : Free Bets, odds as Paddy Power offers 10 places each way to customers

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Paddy Power are gearing up for the Open Golf by offering £250/€250 in free bets to new customers to bet with! They’re also offering a massive TEN places each way in the betting! Don’t miss out on this one! Exclusive to, claim here!

The Open Championship is just round the corner as Dublin’s favourite bookmaker go 10 places each way, which means that they will pay out for the first 10 places if you are placing a bet on the golf this week! With the rest of the industry going only 6 places, this really is an offer to take advantage of, as the firm report it is proving very popular with golf punters.

We are just moments away from the British Open taking place from Muirfield in Scotland and we should be in for another cracking encounter here.

You only have to look at the list of winners to see why this is such a prestigious golf tournament and it is of course the third Major of the year.

Every single player entered into the competition will be looking to do something special and have their moment in the limelight. In truth, you never quite know what is going to happen at the British Open, but what you can guarantee is four days of entertainment and top quality golf.

Of course, many will be looking at a British player that can come out on top and the man with the best chance seems to be Justin Rose as his chances are rated at 20/1.

Rose now finally has that first big title under his belt as he took the US Open earlier in the year and he could have the confidence to make it two Majors in a row.

The Englishman showed just how much quality he does have when on top of his game and he could be one to watch here. A good start is key.

Another Briton with a chance is Rory McIlroy, but the bookies do have him out at 28/1 to win at Muirfield. In truth, these odds are short when it comes to form, but the bookies can’t write McIlroy off as he is one of few players that is almost impossible to beat when at his best.

There is no better time for the Northern Irishman to show what he is made of.

His fellow countryman, Graeme McDowell can be backed at 25/1 and certainly has a chance this week.

However, the American duo of Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson could prove to be tough to beat and the former is at 10/1, with the latter at 22/1.

Woods is the number one golf player in the world, but hasn’t won a Major for five years now. With the conditions looking good though, he knows he stands a great chance at Muirfield.

As for Mickelson, he won the Scottish Open last weekend and is always a big contender in the big tournaments, so could prove to be good value.

Don’t rule out Adam Scott at 22/1 either.

Many British fans will hope that Lee Westwood can get near the top of the British Open leaderboard as he is still after his first Major title. The odds on Westwood winning are 30/1 and he is another that needs a good start as he often leaves himself with so much to do.

There are a whole list of players that could be involved come the closing stages and after Ernie Els’ victory here last year, we might just see another massive shock.

The British Open is one of the highlights of the sporting calendar and with the summer of sport Britain is enjoying right now, it’s tough to see another other than a thrilling contest from Thursday.