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So normally there is a thread regarding the open, and other majors, and although a little late this year, wondered who everyone has backed.


My current runners with a semi chance are A fitzpatrick at 700/1, 2.50 ew.

Cink at 150/1 and Jordan at 125/1 both 10 ew. Had Siem at 500/1 and a good round today would have been interesting but he has blown up.

Only small bets this year as couldn't get any on until Thursday afternoon so had to change who I backed to a degree. Biggest regret is that I wanted to get on Harman on Wednesday at 150/1 overall and 80/1 first round. He's been playing well and looked great in the Scottish open last week. Was down to 25/1 by time I put my bets on and swerved it. Really hopes he blows up tbh as bad as that seems. Straka was my other one at 200/1, started poorly but recovered a bit. Hoping he blows up too, EW money on both of them would have been decent and crying if Harman wins.

As things stands, I'm thinking Mcilroy, Rahm or Young will make a run tomorrow. Depends if Harman can get through today and handle tomorrow's pressure.

Feel sorry for Hatton, he has the game for the majors just seems to implode randomly. He's 1 under for the tournament but finished round 2 with a quadruple on the last, a par 5. Could easily have been a birdie and he's 6 under. Got low in rd 1 and fell apart a bit. Seems he's great at going low when the pressure isn't on but woild love for him to win one.

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I backed Cameron young in play at 40/1 e/w 4 places so has a decent chance. 

And on the opposite end backed speith at 12/1 in play who has gone to other way 🤣


would have loved to see what price John Rahm was this morning.  

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