Paddy Power

Lucky seven: Paddy’s paying seven places on the Open Championship

by Josh Powell | July 2, 2012

Paddy Power has just got back from the pitch and putt and now he’s all giddy about the start of the Open Championship at Lytham St Annes this month.

The British Open is the oldest of the four majors and Paddy has got an unbelievable offer lined up as the world’s top golfers fight it out for the claret jug and over £750,000 in winnings.

Paddy is paying a stunning SEVEN places at 1/4 the odds on the Open Championship.

It’s not the first golf special of the year (in fact it’s the 13th!) but Paddy has gone the extra mile for punters this time by paying out seven places.

Defending champion Darren Clarke is a massive price to regain his trophy with Rory McIlroy the Irishman most people fancy to do well.

Tiger Woods has found his roar again and goes into the tournament as the favourite after picking up the AT&T National title at the start of the month.

It was his 74th PGA Tour win and now Woods is aiming for golf’s most converted prize for the fourth time.

Paddy’s certainly putting his manhood on the line for one of the most popular golf tournaments of the year and he’ll be hoping for a couple of upsets along the way.

Some other bookies are only paying out five places, so with two extra spots to play for, Paddy Power punters won’t have to rely so much on the luck of the green.

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