British Open Odds & Betting Picks
The British Open is the only one of the four Golf Majors not held in the United States. Simply known as 'The Open Championship' across the pond, it is held at various courses across the British Isles. It was back in 1860 that the first tournament was held at Prestwick Golf Club in Scotland.
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When and Where is the 2022 US British Open being held?
Royal St. George's is again set to host the 2022 event July 14-17.
This will be the 15th time the course has hosted the championships with the first in 1894 and the last in 2011. Darren Clarke won on that occasion to lift the Claret Jug to become a Major winner for the first time.
Who holds the record for the biggest win and lowest score?
Back in the early days' Tom Morris Sr. and Tom Morris Jr. were two of the best golfers in Scotland. The former won the 1862 event by 13 strokes with the latter winning in 1870 and 1869 by 12 and 11 strokes respectively.
In the modern era, Tiger Woods holds the record for the most dominating win. In 2000 he was eight strokes play of Ernie Els and Thomas Bjorn.
The lowest score (to par) was the most recent event as Shane Lowry recorded a 15-under par score when winning the 2019 competition at Royal Portrush.
Who has won the British Open the most?
Harry Vardon of Jersey won six times between 1896 and 1914. Since the Second World War two players have lifted the Claret Jug on five occasions. Aussie Peter Thomson and American Tom Watson host that distinction.
Who won the 2021 British Open?
The 2021 event was won by Collin Morikawa who ended the tournament 15 under par, followed closely by fellow countryman Jordan Spieth on -13.