2023 Open Championship Updated Odds, Field: Rory McIlroy & Scottie Scheffler Favored Over Jon Rahm

2023 Open Championship Updated Odds, Field: Rory McIlroy & Scottie Scheffler Favored Over Jon Rahm article feature image

Via Ross Parker/Getty Images. Pictured: Rory McIlroy during day four of the Genesis Scottish Open at The Renaissance Club, on July 16, 2023, in North Berwick, Scotland.

2023 The Open Championship Odds

Odds via bet365

Rory McIlroy+800
Scottie Scheffler+800
Jon Rahm+1300
Cameron Smith+1700
Brooks Koepka+2200
Viktor Hovland+2200
Tommy Fleetwood+2400
Rickie Fowler+2400
Tyrrell Hatton+2400
Patrick Cantlay+2400
Xander Schauffele+2700
Shane Lowry+3000
Jordan Spieth+3200
Collin Morikawa+3200
Dustin Johnson+3200

Matt Fitzpatrick+4500
Tom Kim+5000
Justin Rose+5500
Wyndham Clark+5500
Max Homa+5500
Cameron Young+6000
Bryson DeChambeau+6000
Tony Finau+6000
Sam Burns+6000
Justin Thomas+6500
Min Woo Lee+6500
Robert MacIntyre+6500
Hideki Matsuyama+7500
Patrick Reed+8000
Talor Gooch+8000
Adam Scott+8500
Jason Day+9000
Corey Conners+9000
Ryan Fox+10000
Sungjae Im+11000
Russell Henley+11000
Keegan Bradley+12000
Brian Harman+12000
Louis Oosthuizen+12000
Padraig Harrington+14000
Denny McCarthy+14000
Si Woo Kim+14000
Byeong-Hun An+14000
Nicolai Hojgaard+15500
Joaquin Niemann+16500
Sahith Theegala+17500
Adrian Meronk+17500

Lucas Herbert+20000
Gary Woodland+20000
Rasmus Hojgaard+20000
Sepp Straka+22500
Harris English+22500
Matthew Jordan+22500
Kurt Kitayama+22500
Branden Grace+22500
Ewen Ferguson+22500
Chris Kirk+22500
Alexander Bjork+25000
J.T. Poston+25000
Alex Noren+25000
Phil Mickelson+25000
Jordan Smith+25000
Seamus Power+30000
Thorbjorn Olesen+30000
Thomas Detry+30000
Tom Hoge+30000
Thomas Pieters+32500
Victor Perez+32500
Daniel Hillier+35000
Taylor Moore+35000
Adam Schenk+35000
Emiliano Grillo+35000
Henrik Stenson+35000
Davis Riley+40000
Christiaan Bezuidenhout+40000
Yannik Paul+40000
Billy Horschel+40000
Nick Taylor+40000
Joost Luiten+40000
David Lingmerth+40000
Brendon Todd+45000
Kyoung-Hoon Lee+45000
Matt Wallace+45000
Francesco Molinari+45000
Abraham Ancer+45000
Richie Ramsay+45000
Andrew Putnam+50000
Pablo Larrazabal+50000
Thriston Lawrence+50000

Guido Migliozzi+60000
Adrian Otaegui+60000
Lee Hodges+60000
Keita Nakajima+60000
Antoine Rozner+60000
Laurie Canter+60000
Takumi Kanaya+60000
Matthew Southgate+60000
Jorge Campillo+60000
Marcel Siem+60000
Romain Langasque+75000
Richard Bland+75000
Rikuya Hoshino+75000
Connor Syme+75000
Callum Shinkwin+75000
Danny Willett+75000
Charl Schwartzel+75000
Michael Kim+100000
Alex Fitzpatrick+100000
Kalle Samooja+100000
Jazz Janewattananond+100000
Nacho Elvira+100000
Zach Johnson+100000
Dan Bradbury+100000
Stewart Cink+100000
Ben Griffin+100000
David Micheluzzi+100000
Sami Valimaki+100000
Scott Stallings+100000
Kyungnam Kang+125000
Hurly Long+125000
Marc Warren+125000
Ernie Els+125000
Taiga Semikawa+125000
Adri Arnaus+125000
Alejandro Canizares+125000
Trey Mullinax+125000
Seungsu Han+125000
Brandon Robinson Thompson+125000
Oliver Wilson+125000
Alex Maguire+125000

Christo Lamprecht+200000
Travis Smyth+200000
Shubhankar Sharma+200000
Kazuki Higa+200000
Bio Kim+200000
Connor McKinney+200000
Zack Fischer+250000
Darren Clarke+250000
Jose Luis Ballester+250000
Kyle Barker+300000
Gunner Wiebe+300000
Oliver Farr+300000
Harrison Crowe+300000
Hiroshi Iwata+300000
Haydn Barron+300000
Martin Rohwer+300000
Mateo Fernandez de Oliveira+300000
Tiger Christensen+300000
Taichi Kho+300000
Kensei Hirata+300000
Ockie Strydom+300000
Marco Penge+300000
Kazuki Yasumori+500000
Graeme Robertson+500000
John Daly+500000
Michael Stewart+500000
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The PGA Tour heads to Hoylake, England for The 151st Open Championship at Royal Liverpool Golf Club following Rory McIlroy's win at the Scottish Open.

McIlroy now returns to Royal Liverpool, the site of his first Open Championship victory in 2014, in search of his fifth major championship. As of Tuesday afternoon, he is tied as the betting favorite at +800 to win The Open Championship outright at bet365. The Northern Irishman now has six consecutive top-nine finishes and ranks second on the PGA Tour in Strokes Gained: Tee to Green this season. In his last seven starts at The Open Championship, McIlroy has five top-five finishes, including a solo third-place result at St. Andrews last year.

The reigning Champion Golfer of the Year, Cameron Smith, has the fourth-shortest odds to retain the Claret Jug at +1600. The Aussie has been gaining momentum recently as he has finished in the top 12 in eight straight events, including a win at LIV London in his last start. Smith also is coming off of consecutive top-10 finishes at the PGA Championship (T9) and the U.S. Open (fourth).

Scottie Scheffler entered The Open Championship with the second-shortest outright odds at +700 at bet365, but he has since lengthened to +800 as of Tuesday afternoon, and he is tied with McIlroy for the shortest odds to win. The Texas Longhorn leads the PGA Tour in Strokes Gained: Approach, SG: Off the Tee, SG: Tee to Green and SG: Total this season and now has seven consecutive top-five finishes after finishing in a tie for third at the Scottish Open. The 2022 Masters winner and the world No. 1 has finished T8 in 2021 and T21 in 2022 in his two Open Championship appearances and looks to win his second major championship this week.

Tiger from Jan. 1-July 16 (2006)
2.6 SG tee to green
0.1 SG putting
2 PGA Tour wins
Open at Hoylake on July 23: Won

Scottie from Jan. 1-July 16 (2023)
3.1 SG tee to green
-0.1 SG putting
2 PGA Tour wins
Open at Hoylake on July 23: ?

— Kyle Porter (@KylePorterCBS) July 16, 2023

Jon Rahm heads to Royal Liverpool with the third-shortest outright odds at +1200. The Spaniard has played in just one tournament since his 10th-place finish at the U.S. Open, a missed cut at the Travelers Championship — his only missed cut in 17 starts this season. The 11-time PGA Tour winner and reigning Masters champion is looking for his third major championship this week. The Arizona State Sun Devil has finished in the top 11 in two of his last three Open Championship appearances.

Viktor Hovland heads to Hoylake at +2000 odds to win his first major championship. The Norwegian has only played in two Open Championships, but he has made the most of his chances with a T12 in 2021 and a T4 in 2022 at St. Andrews. Hovland has finished in the top 29 in six consecutive starts on Tour, including a T2 at the PGA Championship and a win at the Memorial Tournament.

PGA Championship winner Brooks Koepka is the final golfer with odds of 20-1 or shorter to win the Open Championship at +2000. The five-time major winner is looking for his first Open Championship win this week. Koepka has finished in the top 10 in four of his last six Open Championship starts, and he has finished in the top 17 in all three majors this year. The Florida State Seminole played at Royal Liverpool in the Open Championship in 2014 and finished T67 in what was the fifth major championship start of his career.

Course Preview

Royal Liverpool Golf Club is a 7,383-yard par-71 with three par-5s, four par-3s and 11 par-4s. The club has a rich history dating back to 1869 and will host its 13th Open Championship this week. Past Open Championship winners at Hoylake include Tiger Woods (2006), McIlroy (2014), Bobby Jones (1930) and Walter Hagen (1924).

Royal Liverpool will look different than it did when McIlroy won here in 2014 as more than a dozen changes have been made to the course — Martin Ebert, who consults seven of the 10 Open Championship courses, oversaw the recent changes at Hoylake. Notably, the 17th hole, which was previously a par-4, is now a 136-yard par-3, and the 10th hole, which was previously a 532-yard par-5, is now a 507-yard par-4 (par was previously 72 here in 2014 when the course played at 7,312 yards).

The stage for The 151st Open.

Hole 1 – Royal.

Par 4. 459 yards.

(1/18) pic.twitter.com/n6xbXraslq

— The Open (@TheOpen) July 17, 2023

Past Winners

Smith, McIlroy, Collin Morikawa, Phil Mickelson, Shane Lowry, Jordan Spieth, Francesco Molinari and Zach Johnson are among past Champion Golfers of the Year in the field this week.

2022Cameron Smith-20
2021Collin Morikawa-15
2019Shane Lowry-15
2018Francesco Molinari-8
2017Jordan Spieth-12
2016Henrik Stenson-20
2015Zach Johnson-15
2014Rory McIlroy-17
2013Phil Mickelson-3

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