If you go into the final day of a major championship with a four-shot advantage, then you're liable to be the betting favorite. And if you were Adam Scott, who takes a four-shot lead into Sunday at the 2012 British Open, you would be the overwhelming betting favorite to take home your first major championship.
Scott's 11-under performance through his first 54 holes has made him a -175 favorite to finish on top at Royal Lytham & St. Annes, which would give the Aussie his first major in his 11th year of playing all four in a season.
Bettors less confident in Scott might want to wager on the folks following him who have hoisted trophies before: Graeme McDowell's four shots back and +400 to win the Claret Jug, and Tiger Woods' five-shot deficit translates to a +500 line.
And if you really want value, riding Brandt Snedeker (+1500) and hoping for a scintillating Sunday from a player who made no bogeys in his first 40 holes this week makes some sense, as does betting on the field, which comes with a +2500 line.
Here's a list of odds for the top 10 players heading into Sunday's final round of the 2012 British Open, via Sportsbook.ag.
Adam Scott (11-under): -175
Graeme McDowell (7-under): +400
Brandt Snedeker (7-under): +1500
Tiger Woods (6-under): +500
Ernie Els (5-under): +2500
Zach Johnson (5-under): +2500
Thorbjorn Olesen (4-under): +8000
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