The Open 2015 betting: Jordan Spieth and Tiger Woods dominate interest

Justin Rose is favourite among the Brits in the absence of Rory McIlroy

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The Open 2015 is about getting under way at St Andrews, the home of golf.

But sadly it's missing the world No 1, Rory McIlroy, due to the Northern Irishman breaking an ankle during a kick-about with friends.

The absence of the would-have-been-favourite has seen attention turn to Jordan Spieth, who is targeting his third major in a row having already won the Masters and US Open this year.

Meanwhile, former world No 1 Tiger Woods continues to generate as much interest as those in much better form and higher up the rankings than himself.

Here, with the help of Betfair, we take a look at some of the best bets surrounding the American duo, as well as the overall winner odds.

Jordan Spieth specials

Spieth to make the cut - 1/10

Spieth to miss the cut - 5/1

Spieth to win wire to wire - 28/1

Spieth to achieve a career Grand Slam before McIlroy - 5/4

Spieth to achieve a career Grand Slam in 2015 - 22/1

Spieth to win a third Major this year - 15/8

Tiger Woods specials

Tiger to make the cut - 4/9

Tiger to miss the cut - 13/8

Tiger to shoot 4 consecutive rounds under par - 6/1

Tiger to lead after Round 1 - 33/1

Tiger to shoot 4 Rounds in the 60's - 16/1

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2015 Open Championship Winner

Jordan Spieth - 6/1

Dustin Johnson - 11/1

Rickie Fowler - 16/1

Adam Scott - 22/1

Justin Rose - 22/1

Henrik Stenson - 22/1

Louis Oosthuizen - 22/1

Tiger Woods - 33/1

Hideki Matsuyama - 33/1

Jason Day - 33/1

Paul Casey - 33/1

Martin Kaymer - 33/1

Phil Mickelson - 33/1

Sergio Garcia - 33/1

Bubba Watson - 40/1

Brandt Snedeker - 40/1

Phil Mickelson - 40/1

Shane Lowry - 40/1

Branden Grace - 45/1

Matt Kuchar - 50/1

Brooks Koepka - 50/1

Luke Donald - 66/1

Bernd Wiesberger - 66/1

J.B Holmes - 66/1

Tommy Fleetwood - 66/1

Victor Dubuisson - 66/1

Jimmy Walker - 70/1

Graeme McDowell - 80/1

Ian Poulter - 80/1

Jim Furyk - 80/1

Lee Westwood - 80/1

Ernie Els - 100/1

Padraig Harrington - 125/1

Sir Nick Faldo - 2500/1

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