2021 Golf’s Open Championship – To Win Odds

Rahm Looks to Capture Second Major

Jon Rahm has finished in the top-10 at four consecutive majors, winning the 2021 U.S. Open in June. Can he make it two-in-a row? Defending champ Shane Lowry will have something to say about that, as will past winners Rory Mcilroy and Jordan Spieth. Major winners Brooks Koepka, Justin Thomas, and Dustin Johnson have all finished in the top-12 but have never won the British Open. All three offer bettors excellent odds. It’s the final major of the year. Make it count.

2021 Open Championship – To Win:

  • Jon Rahm (+800)
  • Rory Mcilroy (+1800)
  • Shane Lowry (+4000)

12 Rounds. Two Champions. One Winner!

Jermell Charlo (34–1, 18 KOs) and Brian Carlos Castano (17–0–1, 12 KOs) will battle for the chance to become the first undisputed light middleweight champion in the four-belt era. The return on a bet in Charlo’s favor won’t blow your mind, but it’s the smart play. Expect his superior height, reach, and experience to prove too much for the undefeated Castano to handle.

Fight Odds – July 17th:

  • Brian Carlos Castano (+240) vs. Jermell Charlo (-300)

Two Underrated Lightweights Prepare to Throw Down

The majority of Islam Makhachev’s (19-1) victories have come by submission or by decision. He doesn’t knock people out. His next opponent, Thiago Moises (15-4), has never been knocked out. See where we’re going with this? This fight will go the distance. Bet accordingly.

UFC Fight Night – July 17th:

  • Thiago Moises (+420) vs. Islam Makhachev (-620)

Bucks Look to Even Series After Blowout Win

The Suns took Games 1 and 2. The Bucks took Game 3, covering the spread thanks to a 41-point night from Giannis Antetokounmpo. The Suns haven’t lost back-to-back games since Round 1. Giannis is back to 100%, but Suns +4 offers you the best return. Lock it in, win cash.

NBA Finals – July 14th:

  • Phoenix Suns +4 (+100) vs. Milwaukee Bucks -4 (-120)

Mexico’s Title Defense in Jeopardy

Mexico tied its opening game versus Trinidad and Tobago. Now the most successful country in Concacaf Gold Cup history (11 titles) is in danger of being eliminated in the group stage. It won’t happen. Mexico will pour it on versus Guatemala. Look for the defending champs to cover the -3½ (+124) spread in a game that goes over 3½ (-117) goals.

Concacaf Gold Cup – July 14th:

  • Mexico (-2500) vs. Guatemala (+5900)
  • El Salvador (-102) vs. Trinidad And Tobago (+320)

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