The Open Championship Odds overview of Royal Birkdale

November 30, 2010 Golf

The Royal Birkdale Golf Club will be the focus of the golf universe in the coming two weeks as it prepares to host the Open Championship odds.

The British Open, the most prestigious of the Majors will kick off in less than a fort-night and the energy level of the Open Championship betting odds has reached a fevered pitch. Birkdale has traditionally put on a great show for the Open Championship odds enthusiasts and anyone playing the Open Championship betting this year should expect an exciting finish.

The Royal Birkdale is a challenging course representative of the traditional links style course that hosts all the Open Championship odds events. When it comes to hosting huge golf events, the Royal Birkdale has done it all; from the Open Championship betting odds events to Ryder Cups, to Walker Cups to just about everything else. Still it is the Open Championship odds event that has made Birkdale its name.

The course features a very modern club house design that at times looks out place with the primitive golf surroundings and has become a well known landmark in the Open Championship odds. Aside from being voted the best course in the UK and considered among the best courses in the world, Birkdale is, if anything, one of the most challenging courses the Open Championship betting odds. Much, of course, depends on the weather as with so many of the Open Championship odds courses, but if the wind picks up and the rain sets in the Open Championship odds this year could be settled by some very high scores.

Birkdale is not the most difficult of the rotating courses that host the Open Championship odds events, but it’s damn near. With its coastal location the weather can turn nasty in a split second and wreck the Open Championship odds hopes of many a player. The rolling hills, razor thin fairways and contoured greens ensure that none of the players in the Open Championship odds will have a free pass.  The Birkdale is a very tough course and it will make the Open Championship odds entrants pay for any mistake.

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