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Ladbrokes money back offer on The Open softens blow of the cut

| 12.07.2015

The Open Championship 2015 gets under way this week and to celebrate the world’s finest golfers jetting into St Andrews, Ladbrokes are running a fantastic offer on the British-based Major.

The bookmaker is offering customers a phenomenal insurance policy on bets placed on the outright winners market.

Ladbrokes will refund losing single bets on that market as free bets up to £/€25 should your selected player miss the cut after 36 holes.

For all the terms and conditions on this offer just click here.

With Rory McIlroy sadly sidelined and unable to defend his title, there is sure to be waves of support for American Jordan Spieth who sits alone as 5/1 favourite.

The 21-year-old putting sensation is taking the world of golf by storm in 2015, becoming the first man since Tiger Woods in 2002, to secure the first two Majors of the season.

However, with Spieth about as unlikely to miss the cut as miss a putt from inside two feet in current form, it could be worth punters utilising this offer on some other golfers.

In which case, how about the man he has just emulated whose name appears on the Claret Jug three times and twice at St Andrews?

Tiger Woods may have been enduring some really tough times this year, missing the US Open cut by a distance possibly being the lowlight, but he can never be written off at the famous old course.

He still posted a tie for 17th at the Masters and his most recent run out showed big signs of improvement on the PGA Tour, where he shot three rounds in the 60s at the Greenbrier Classic.

At 25/1, the 14-time Major winner is still a hefty price – but if it all goes wrong, then there is still money in the bank.

All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing.

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Christian Crowther

Give Christian a sport with anything remotely spherical in it and he’ll happily while away the hours watching it on the box. However, he’d much prefer writing about, playing or betting on golf, football, cricket, tennis, snooker.... you get the picture.