One of the more popular special bets when betting on the Open Championship is whether or not there'll be a play-off to decide the winner. The Open is a stokeplay competition played over four days but if there are more than one player tied on the best score at the end of 72 holes, those players must then play-off over four holes to decide who is the winner.
There have been 18 play-offs in the Open Championship history, most recently in 2009 when Stewart Cink beat Tom Watson at Turnberry. Bob Charles (1963) and Peter Thomson (1958) both won play-offs when they were still played over 36 holes.
Will there be a Play-off at the 2017 British Open Odds?
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