Top Senior Odds
The British Open usually throws up the odd surprise and in particular with senior players returning and playing very well. This was exactly the case in 2009 at Turnberry when Tom Watson missed out on a play-off to Stewart Cink to finish second. The Open invites former winners to come back year on year which sees old champions who are now playing on the Senior Tour taking their chances here. From a betting perspective, any player over the age of 50 qualifies as a senior, regardless of which tour they are still playing on.
2017 Open Championship Top Senior Betting
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