With the golf Open Championship 2010 starting on Thursday, it would be worth taking a good look at all the Open Championship odds to determine who to place your money on.
Golf betting is always a difficult thing to do, with the the large fields making picking a winner a bit like finding a needle in a haystack.
The Open Championship betting is no different, with 156 players teeing off.
Tiger Woods has the favourite odds to win golf Open Championship at 6/1, long golf odds for a man who has won twice at St Andrews before.
Even more tempting Open Championship betting odds can be found throughout the field, though, with former world number two Sergio Garcia 100/1 to win.
The golf Open Championship 2010 is perhaps the most exciting time in the golf betting calendar, with all the players competing declaring the St Andrews course the home of golf.
You can get Open Championship odds of 16/1 for Phil Mickelson to win the event. If he does that the American will surplant Woods as the number one golfer in the world.
More Open Championship outrights can be found with US Open champion Graeme McDowell at 33/1, his countryman Rory McIlroy at 16/1 and the always colourful Englishman Ian Poulter at 33/1.
Golf betting has never been so easy, with Ladbrokes’ website constantly updating, meaning that hole-by-hole you are getting the most up-to-the-minute Open Championship odds.
Ernie Els won the Open in 2002 and has Open Championship odds of 20/1 in to come out on top in the golf Open Championship 2010.