Ahead of the 2022 British Open Championship, also known as The Open Championship, we detail how many places the leading UK betting sites are paying for this year's tournament at the Royal St George's along with the place terms.

The 2022 British Open Championship, the third golfing major of the year, will be the 149th edition of the British Open. The tournament will begin on Thursday 14th July and will run through until Sunday 17th July and as always, bookmakers are doing their very best to compete for your business.

So, who is paying the most places at this year's tournament in Angus, Scotland.

Below we've detailed the number of places each of the leading UK online bookmakers are paying out on this year's British Open tournament along with the place terms. We will continue to update the page as and when necessary.

Keep in mind that if you haven't yet joined any of the listed bookmakers then you may be eligible for some free bets and bonuses.

bet365

Places8
Odds1/5

Betfair

Places8
Odds1/5

Betfred

Places7
Odds1/5

BetVictor

Places7
Odds1/5

Betway

Places8
Odds1/5

BoyleSports

Places8
Odds1/5

Coral

Places10
Odds1/5

Ladbrokes

Places5
Odds1/4

Learn more about Ladbrokes golf betting

Paddy Power

Places10
Odds1/5

William Hill

Places7
Odds1/5

US Masters 5 Places

  • Ladbrokes (1/4 odds)

US Masters 6 Places

  • 888Sport (1/4 odds)

US Masters 7 Places

  • Betfred (1/5 odds)
  • BetVictor (1/5 odds)
  • William Hill (1/5 odds)

US Masters 8 Places

  • Betfair (1/5 odds)
  • Betway (1/5 odds)

US Masters 10 Places

  • BetBright (1/5 odds)
  • Coral (1/5 odds)
  • Paddy Power (1/5 odds)

Getting the best value out of your bets is essential to increasing your long term profits. With that in mind, knowing which online bookmakers are paying out the most places on the British Open Championship could be the difference between you winning or losing. You can understand more about British Open Championship Each Way Place Offerings by reading our article on Each Way Betting.

WRITTEN BY James Cormack
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