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The world’s finest golfers will head to Northern Ireland this week to fight for the Claret Jug at The Open Championship. It is only the second time that this prestigious major has been held outside of Scotland or England, and the Irish should be in the mood for a party. Local hero Rory McIlroy will dominate the headlines, but world number one Brooks Koepka has a fine record on links courses and he is a former European Tour player, so he will be dangerous. Everyone will be keen to see how Tiger Woods fares, after his sensational triumph at Augusta earlier this year, while big names like Dustin Johnson, Jon Rahm, Francesco Molinari, Jordan Spieth, Xander Shauffele and Justin Rose will also be in the mix. If you place a £10 winner bet or £5 each-way bet on The Open at William Hill, it will give you a free £10 bet every time your selection scores an eagle during the tournament. Holes 2, 7 and 12 and par-5 at Royal Portrush and eagles are certainly possible there.
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