Paddy Power’s favourites to win the Open Championship 2023 at Royal Liverpool Golf Club

The leading contenders for the Claret Jug.

Rory McIlroy


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The links are calling as Royal Liverpool Golf Club prepares to stage the final major championship of the year.

Yep, the world’s best golfers have raced through the season’s most prestigious tournaments and it’s off to England in the battle for the Claret Jug from Thursday, July 20 to Sunday, July 23.

LIV defector Cameron Smith is the defending champion after victory on the Old Course at St Andrews in 2022 and a star-studded field of 156 players are set to take their chance in this year’s edition of the Open Championship.

Open Championship odds are on the Paddy Power website and Paddy Power app, otherwise prices for the leading contenders at the 2023 tournament can be found below.

The Claret Jug

Rory McIlroy is the joint-favourite with Paddy Power to win the Open Championship 2023 after storming to success in the Scottish Open at the Renaissance Club last weekend.

The Irishman has climbed to second in the world rankings after bagging six consecutive top-10 finishes in a row and heads into the tournament in fine form.

Crucially, he has course-and-tournament form thanks to victory in the Open Championship at Royal Liverpool in 2014.

Scottie Scheffler is the other co-favourite in our betting to win the Open Championship as the world number one attempts to add a second major to his resume.

The 26-year-old American has finished in the top five in his last seven tournaments including tying for third in last weekend’s Scottish Open.

A tie for eighth in 2021 has been Scheffler’s best performance in two previous cracks at The Open.

Jon Rahm, who has slipped to third in the world rankings, is also prominent in our Winner betting market in which we’re paying 10 places!

A lack of links practice after failing to take part in the Scottish Open could be a concern, while he missed the cut for the first time in two years in his last tournament, the Travelers Championship.

Spaniard Rahm, 28, was tied for 34th in last season’s Open Championship and has never finished higher than third when trying to win the Claret Jug.

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