talkSPORT 2 will be broadcasting ball-by-ball coverage of golf’s oldest major professional tournament, The Open.
Kevin Kisner might be leading The Open after round one – but he’s still a hefty price to lift the Claret Jug.
The American shot a stylish 66 at Carnoustie to take the clubhouse lead going into Friday, but remains priced at a general 25/1.
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After a strong 2018, World No1 Dustin Johnson headed the betting before the first players teed off on Thursday morning – but a disastrous 76 looks to have put him out of contention.
You can now get a massive
150/1 on Johmson completing a remarkable comeback.
Last year’s champion Jordan Spieth went off a
22/1 shot to retain the Jug, but an steady first round of +1 has left him 33/1.
Whilst Southport star Tommy Fleetwood, priced still at 20/1, looks in good touch and is hoping to replicate his US Open heroics.
Sneaking in under the radar is a certain Tiger Woods,
25/1, who showed glimpses of his brilliant best in an opening round 71.
Tiger has been getting his practice in ahead of The Open on Thursday Getty
Here’s how the top ten in the betting look heading into the second round:
Rory McIlroy –
9/1 Jon Rahm –
9/1 Rickie Fowler –
10/1 Tony Finau –
14/1 Francesco Molinari –
16/1 Zach Johnson –
16/1 Justin Thomas –
16/1 Tommy Fleetwood –
20/1 Tiger Woods –
25/1 Justin Rose –
The greens look quick after a lengthy period without rain Getty
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You can listen to the coverage of the Open in partnership with Open Radio, via the app, online or via DAB digital radio.