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the open 01:20 - Jul 18 with 1135 viewsbob566

Let's be having you. I reckon Fleetwood at 20/1
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the open on 07:53 - Jul 18 with 1096 viewsWokingR

Fleetwood is a very good shout although if he's the runaway leader after day 3 what's the betting the R&A will ask him to get a haircut.
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the open on 08:00 - Jul 18 with 1092 viewsElHoop

It's hard to find an angle to this. Fleetwood - he looks a bit too mentally fragile for me and this is going to be tough. Might back him for first round leader though. Rahm won by six in similar conditions in Ireland a couple of weeks ago - that's probably the best current form. He's young though. Does he have enough to get him home over the back nine on Sunday? Garcia has been picking and choosing when he plays and is in good form this year when he's turned out. I'll go for Rahm and Garcia - two Spaniards - experience and inexperience but both very talented.
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the open on 09:39 - Jul 18 with 1048 viewsDesertBoot

Jordan Spieth for me.

Wish I could be like David Watts

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the open on 14:12 - Jul 18 with 977 viewsWokingR

the open on 09:39 - Jul 18 by DesertBoot

Jordan Spieth for me.


Spieth's certainly started to show some form again.
I'm still hoping Westwood can put 4 good rounds together for the first time in years. He's always there but one round always ruins it.
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the open on 14:45 - Jul 18 with 957 viewsvanrrrr

Adam Scott or Justin Rose for me

hopefully the wind is howling at the weekend - proper golfing weather
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the open on 15:28 - Jul 19 with 884 viewsSnipper

I've done Daniel Berger @ 66/1 and Brian Harman @ 125/1. Both e/w.
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the open on 15:31 - Jul 19 with 881 viewsbob566

didn't bother with Fleetwood in the end. No price whatsoever. I've gone

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good luck everyone
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the open on 15:42 - Jul 19 with 869 viewskingsburyR

Matsayama for me.

With Leishman (medium price) and Si Woo Kim (dont know which bit is his surname but a big price)

Dont know why we bother. .... but we do!

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the open on 15:55 - Jul 19 with 861 viewsellersliehoop

the open on 15:28 - Jul 19 by Snipper

I've done Daniel Berger @ 66/1 and Brian Harman @ 125/1. Both e/w.


Mickelson 40/1 E/way, Skybet paying 10 places
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the open on 18:13 - Jul 19 with 797 viewselnombre

Johnson for me, though the forecast suggests a wet-weather specialist could be the bet. Justin Rose perhaps? Matsuyama might be a good shout.

I'm going tomorrow (Birkdale is now pretty local to me), think Thursday might be the only dry (ish) day...
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the open on 20:20 - Jul 19 with 753 viewsthorpebankR

Leishman for me won't mind conditions and having good season around 50-1
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the open on 20:23 - Jul 19 with 751 viewsSimonJames

Is Harry Vardon still playing?

The man you were yesterday is your only true measuring stick.

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the open on 21:04 - Jul 19 with 732 viewshopphoops

Adam Scott for me.

18 years ago...

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the open on 22:34 - Jul 19 with 663 viewsElHoop

Am sticking with the Spaniards outright but am having a few fivers on the first round leader. Best conditions might be very late in the day so given that Schauffele, Dodt, Li, McCullen and Munoz are big prices and promising sorts, hopefully one of them will give me a run for my money tomorrow.
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the open on 23:06 - Jul 19 with 641 viewsbob566

the open on 22:34 - Jul 19 by ElHoop

Am sticking with the Spaniards outright but am having a few fivers on the first round leader. Best conditions might be very late in the day so given that Schauffele, Dodt, Li, McCullen and Munoz are big prices and promising sorts, hopefully one of them will give me a run for my money tomorrow.


Schaeffle has been trending well. Won two weeks ago
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the open on 14:56 - Jul 20 with 577 viewsWokingR

I don't think Tommy Fleetwood is going to need a haircut any time soon.
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the open on 14:58 - Jul 20 with 570 viewsBrianMcCarthy

Distant cousin Padraig Harrington +3 after encouraging signs last weekend. Didn't expect a win but was hoping for a good showing.

McIlroy has missed the fairway and the green on the first hole.

Will be shouting for McIlroy and Garcia, the latter may have a chance.

"The opposite of love, after all, is not hate, but indifference."
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the open on 15:02 - Jul 20 with 568 viewsjohncharles

I had a feeling Ian Poulter would do well. So far so good.

Strong and stable my arse.

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the open on 15:08 - Jul 20 with 559 viewsBrianMcCarthy

the open on 15:02 - Jul 20 by johncharles

I had a feeling Ian Poulter would do well. So far so good.


Despite the comical clothing I like Poulter. Always honest in his assessment of his performance and a talented flair player.

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the open on 15:17 - Jul 20 with 547 viewsdanehoop

the open on 15:08 - Jul 20 by BrianMcCarthy

Despite the comical clothing I like Poulter. Always honest in his assessment of his performance and a talented flair player.


Also thought Poulter would do well as he appears to be getting back to his best after injury knocked him back for more than a year. Think Paul Casey is another one to watch, been starting to find some form this year in the majors and usually pretty steady when the wind and rain are around.

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the open on 16:19 - Jul 20 with 509 viewsBrianMcCarthy

McIlroy +4 after 4...

...hang on, there's some bollix out there plying with a shirt and tie on!

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the open on 10:24 - Jul 22 with 372 viewsElHoop

Looks like being a real 'game of two halves' this one. Conditions today and tomorrow so much better than the first two days. Wouldn't be surprised to see the course record go today - currently 63.

Spieth obviously in the van now and if he has a driving Saturday then I doubt that he'll be caught, but he's not infallible. But someone needs to go sub 65 to get right into this - there's a few candidates going down to level par - McIlroy, Watson and Matsuyama seem the most likely to burn it up later. Poulter was very good yesterday and it will be interesting to see whether he can step it up in these conditions - same for Kuchar. However Spieth could of course turn it into a procession today if he really gets going.
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