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The Open

If you’re looking to bet on The Open, day two kicks off on Friday morning with Cam Young leading the way. It’s really a good time to bet behind players who got off to solid, but quiet starts, banking on them ramping up to make the cut and chopping down into the lead over the weekend.

Justin Thomas ended his day at even par and 57th overall. He was -2 before a double-bogey on 18 and would be a great candidate. He was the best golfer in my model this week and if you can get him at an improved price, risk-free,why wouldn’t you?!

Jordan Spieth is another. A Masters Champion here and a renowned links-specialist, Spieth’s putting has let him down this year and despite the odd blip today, he looked much more settled. He could absolutely make a run into the weekend.

Rory McIlroy is the favorite at +350 after his strong opening round, but he was +900 before the tournament started. You’d be better served looking at Scottie Scheffler at +750. The World #1 went -4 on the first say and is only two shots behind Rory.