The Open Championship 2022 - DraftKings Sportsbook Promo and Prediction
July 13, 2022
It is not surprising that Rory McIlory is qualified to play in this year's Open Championship. McIlroy finished third in the world rankings on PGA Tour. He won four majors before the age of 26, including the 2014 Open Championship at Royal Liverpool. At that time, he beat Sergio Garcia and Rickie Fowler by two strokes.
Currently, McIlroy is the favorite golfer in DraftKings Sportsbook to win the 2022 Open Championship. Bet $5 at DraftKings and Get $100 paid out in free bets - Win or lose. Keep reading for full promo details and why we think Rory is the best bet to claim his 2nd Open Championship title (won his 1st title in 2014).
Why bet on Rory McIlroy?
✅ Rory McIlroy is third on the PGA Tour.
✅ McIlory’s lowest average score on this year's tour is 68.63 and scored +10.46 strokes against the field at majors
✅ McIlory won the Open Championship match in 2014
✅ McIlory will win @ +800
|When:||Thursday, July 14, 2022, 2.00 a.m. ET|
|Venue:||Old Course, St Andrews, UK.|
|Betting Picks:||McIlroy to win @ +800|
Here are the odds for the 2022 Open Championship's top golfers.
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Bet on 2022 Open Championship with DraftKings
DraftKings offers a 20% up to $1,000 First Deposit Bonus promo for new users. This promo is quite simple because it does not require a specific code. To claim the promo, you must be 21 years old, create a DK account, and make a minimum initial deposit of $5. From that deposit, you will get a bonus of 20% up to $1,000.
Bet $5 > Get $100
Does this promo apply to all DK users?
No, this promo is only valid for new DK users and has a minimum age of 21 years.
What is the minimum deposit required?
The minimum deposit is $5.
Can I use this promo for other sports?
No this is a British Open exclusive Golf Promo
The 2022 Open Championship Favorites
McIlroy won The Open Championship in 2014 and has three other Major tournament wins. in 2010 The Open Championship, He finished in the T-3 position.
The current number three on the world ranking, Rahm finished last year's Open Championship at T-3 position. But he lacks experience in the St. Andrews course.
Scheffler is currently the world's number one ranked golfer in the world, he finished T-8 in last year's Open Championship.