British Open Odds 2024

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Researching the history of The Open will help punters make more informed (and therefore smarter) bets.

The Open Championship is the oldest, and one of the most prestigious golf tournaments in the world. The tournament has always been played on links courses - pitting the world's best golfers against nature in all its unforgiving force.

The Open favours players who can adapt to fast-changing conditions, with pre-tournament form an important signpost to success as always. In five of the last seven years, for example, the Claret Jug has been claimed by a player who had won at least one of his previous five events in the build-up. Historically, experienced players have also had an edge in The Open due to the unique nature of the tournament.


The Open prize fund currently sits at around £10million, with the winner taking home nearly £2million. The 2024 runner-up will land a £1.41m payday and third place will get £731k. All of the golfers who finish in the top 20 at The Open will take home more than £100k each.

The bookmaker with the best Open Championship odds will differ depending on which player or match you are betting on. But you can use our Open Championship betting odds comparison tool to find the best available price for the players you fancy.

The Open Championship ticket prices vary by day, starting at £25 and increasing each day leading up to Sunday's final round. No food, drink or parking is included with these tickets. They allow access to the grounds, as well as entrance to various grandstands.

Harry Vardon holds the record for the most Open Championship victories. He has six tournament wins to his name. Four golfers have won the British Open Championship five times. They are James Braid, John Henry Taylor, Peter Thompson and John Watson.

Golf punters can watch all four men's majors and all five women's majors live on Sky Sports Golf. Live coverage of the US Open takes place from July 14-21 and punters can catch all the action as it happens.