Lee Westwood: 1/66 Not To Win Major This Year – Jordan Spieth 25/1 To Go One Better
Lee Westwood had another ‘so near but yet so far’ moment at the Masters and he is now 1/66 to fail to win a major this year and 33/1 to win the US Open.
Jordan Spieth showed why he is one of the great up and coming talents and he is 25/1 to go one better at the US Open and 13/2 to win one major this year.
Rory Mcllroy is very much on his way back and he is 11/4 to win a single major in 2014 and just 66/1 to win all three.
Despite a poor showing by the majority of big European names – Europe are 10/11 favourites to win the Ryder Cup with the United States offered at 11/10.
“Bubba was a good result for us but Speith would have been way better. We have a great golfing year ahead and so far turnover has not been affected by the absence of Tiger Woods, “ said William Hill spokesman Rupert Adams.
US Open 2014: 8/1 Tiger Woods, 9/1 Rory Mcllroy, 16/1 Adams Scott, 16/1 Phil Mickelson, 20/1 Henrik Stenson, 25/1 Jason Day, 25/1 Jordan Spieth, 25/1 Justin Rose, , 33/1 Bubba Watson, 33/1 Dustin Johnson, 33/1 Graeme McDowell, 33/1 Lee Westwood, 33/1 Sergio Garcia, 40/1 Brandt Snedeker, 40/1 Charl Schwartzel, 40/1 Hunter Mahan, 40/1 Jason Dufner, 40/1 Charl Schwartzel, 40/1 Hunter Mahan, 40/1 Jason Dufner, 40/1 Luke Donald, 40/1 Matt Kuchar, 50/1 Ian Poulter, 50/1 Keegan Bradley, 50/1 Louis Oosthuizen, 50/1 Zach Johnson, 66/1 Bill Hass, 66/1 Jim Furyk.
How Many Majors Will Lee Westwood Win In 2014? 1/66 None, 13/2 One, 50/1 Two, 200/1 Three
How Many Majors Will Jordan Spieth Win In 2014?: 1/50 None, 13/2 One, 50/1 Two, 200/1 Three
How Many Majors Will Rory Mcllroy Win In 2014?: 1/5 None, 11/4 One, 20/1 Two, 66/1 Three
Ryder Cup: 10/11 Europe, 11/10 United States, 10/1 Tie