2013 British Open: Odds to win at Muirfield after two rounds
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2013 British Open: Odds to win at Muirfield after two rounds


With the weekend to go at the 2013 Open Championship, online betting site Bovada has released updated odds for players to win on Sunday at Muirfield.

Leader Miguel Angel Jimenez is a 14-to-1 choice as he attempts at 49 years of age to become the oldest major champion in history. Henrik Stenson, who plays with Jimenez in Saturday's final group, is a 15-2 shot.

Tiger Woods and Lee Westwood, who play together in the penultimate third-round group, are the two favorites going off at 5-to-2 and 6-to-1, respectively.

Two-time major champion Angel Cabrera and Phil Mickelson, who trails Jimenez by four shots, are both 14-to-1 shots, too.

Odds to win the 2013 Open Championship

Tiger Woods - 5/2
Lee Westwood - 6/1
Henrik Stenson - 15/2
Dustin Johnson - 11/1
Angel Cabrera - 14/1
Miguel Angel Jimenez - 14/1
Phil Mickelson - 14/1
Adam Scott - 16/1
Zach Johnson - 16/1
Martin Laird - 20/1
Charl Schwartzel - 25/1
Ian Poulter - 33/1
Jason Day - 33/1
Bubba Watson - 40/1
Ryan Moore - 40/1
Rafael Cabrera –Bello - 40/1
Webb Simpson - 40/1
Jordan Spieth - 50/1
Francesco Molinari - 66/1
Darren Clarke - 75/1
Hunter Mahan - 80/1
Branden Grace - 150/1
Graeme McDowell - 150/1
Jamie Donaldson - 150/1
Brandt Snedeker - 200/1
Ken Duke - 200/1
Bernd Wiesberger - 250/1


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