|British Open Enhanced Offer|
|Promo Type||Enhanced Odds/Free Bet Bonus|
|Promo||26.00 (25/1) Rory McIlroy to Win the British Open|
|Valid Until||12:00 BST - July 15, 2016|
|Accepted Countries||UK & Ireland|
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2014’s edition of The Open Championship saw McIlroy lift his first Claret Jug, but he missed out on defending the title last year when he lost it to Zach Johnson. This year, he has the chance to reclaim it and also win the massive £1,175,000 for finishing first in the tournament.
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McIlroy recently received criticism from some corners of the game for diminishing the value of the golfing event at the Olympics, saying he will instead opt to watch sports that “matter” at the Games in Rio. “I’ll probably watch the Olympics, but I’m not sure golf will be one of those events I watch, probably the events like track and field, swimming, diving, the stuff that matters,” said the 27-year-old star.
When speaking about fellow golf professional Jordan Spieth – who felt saddened by opting out of participating in the Rio Olympics – McIlroy commented, “Honestly, I don’t think it was as difficult a decision for me as it was for him. I don’t feel like I’ve let the game down at all. I didn’t get into golf to try and grow the game. I got into golf to win championships and major championships, and all of a sudden you get to this point and there is a responsibility on you to grow the game, and I get that.”
“But at the same time that’s not the reason that I got into golf. I got into golf to win. I didn’t get into golf to get other people into the game. But, look, I get where different people come from, and different people have different opinions.”
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