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Woods & Westwood favourites this weekend
July 5, 2012

With the 141st Open Championship coming up later this month, the top players in the world are looking to find form before the third major of the season.

Tiger Woods, fresh of recording his 74 th career win at Congressional, heads to the Old White TPC in West Virginia in what is likely to be his final competitive action before Lytham, whilst World Number 3, Lee Westwood, is in Paris for the French Open.

William Hill make Woods 7-2 favourite to make it win number 75 this week, whilst the market for the Open de France is headed by Lee Westwood at 6-1.

William Hill spokesman, Rupert Adams, said: "With three wins this year, it looks like we can now truly say that Tiger is back! He is favourite to win the Greenbrier this week, favourite to win the Open later in the month, and just 20/1 to win both the final two majors this season. Lee Westwood recently showed top class form to win in Sweden and he looks the one to beat in Paris this week, and we rate the Worksop wonder at 5-1 to win one major this year."

Greenbrier Classic: 7-2 Tiger Woods, 16-1 Webb Simpson, 20-1 Dustin Johnson, Phil Mickelson, 22-1 Steve Stricker, 25-1 Jim Furyk, 33-1 Jonathan Byrd, Brendon de Jonge, Seung-Yul Noh, Keegan Bradley, 40-1 Bill Haas, Jeff Overton, Jimmy Walker, 50-1 Cameron Tringale, KJ Choi, John Rollins, Brandt Snedeker, 66-1 Andries Romero, Charley Hoffman, Rory Sabbatini, Charles Howell, Jhonattan Vegas, John Huh, Camilo Villegas, Marc Leishman, Kevin Na, Sean O'Hair, Greg Owen, Pat Perez, Carl Pettersson, 80-1 Bar (e/w ¼ 1,2,3,4,5)

French Open: 6-1 Lee Westwood, 12-1 Martin Kaymer, 16-1 Francesco Molinari, Justin Rose, Graeme McDowell, 20-1 Ian Poulter, 25-1 Peter Hanson, 33-1 Nicolas Colsaerts, Thorbjorn Olesen, Henrik Stenson, 40-1 Jamie Donaldson, Rafa Cabrera-Bello, Simon Dyson, Retief Goosen, Mark Foster, 50-1 Alvaro Quiros, Branden Grace, Matteo Manassero, 66-1 Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano, Richard Sterne, George Coetzee, Danny Willett, Alexander Noren, Marcel Siem, Chris Wood, Thongchai Jaidee, Anthony Wall, Richie Ramsay, Pablo Larrazabal, Richard Green, 80-1 Bar (e/w ¼ 1,2,3,4,5)

141 st Open Championship: 9-2 Tiger Woods, 10-1 Lee Westwood, 12-1 Rory McIlroy, 16-1 Luke Donald, 18-1 Padraig Harrington, 25-1 Graeme McDowell, Martin Kaymer, Phil Mickelson, 28-1 Sergio Garcia, Dustin Johnson, 33-1 Ernie Els, Jason Dufner, Louis Oosthuizen, Justin Rose, Rickie Fowler, Adam Scott, 40-1 Paul Lawrie, Jim Furyk, Bubba Watson, Ian Poulter, Matt Kuchar, Hunter Mahan, 50-1 Steve Strikcer, Nicolas Colsaerts, Charl Schwartzel, Jason Day, 66-1 Thomas Bjorn, Keegan Bradey, Bo Van Pelt, Peter Hanson, Nick Watney, Ross Fisher, 80-1 Bar (e/w ¼ 1,2,3,4,5)

PGA Tour Money List: 4-5 Woods, 6-1 Dufner, 8-1 McIlroy, 10-1 Mahan, 12-1 Donald, Watson, 16-1 Mickelson, 20-1 Kucjar, Simpson, 25-1 Fowler, 33-1 Z.Johnson, Rose, 40-1 Westwood

Race To Dubai: 3-1 McIlroy, 10-3 Westwood, 5-1 Rose, 11-2 Donald, 10-1 Oosthuizen, 14-1 McDowell, 16-1 Colsaerts, 20-1 Lawrie, Kaymer, 25-1 Grace, Hanson, 33-1 Molinari

William Hill Golf Specials

Lee Westwood - 2012 Major wins: 1-16 No Majors, 5-1 One Major, 50-1 Two Majors

Lee Westwood - First Major win: 10-1 Open 2012, 12-1 USPGA 2012, 1-16 first win after 2012-07-03

Tiger Woods - 2012 Major wins: 1-5 No Majors, 10/3 One Major, 20-1 Two Majors

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