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Zach Johnson recently handed back the Claret Jug that he won last year, and he’ll be looking to defend his title this year so he can reclaim it. “That thing has a lot of weight to it in the sense that is represents golf. It’s been in my home town, at the club I grew up at,” said Johnson, who is currently ranked world No. 18. “Certainly my entire team has had it, meaning my coaches at their clinics, their academies. They had it for two to four weeks. So I’ve got to be honest, I probably had the thing for three months.”
Despite winning it last year, Johnson is an outsider for the title this year 51.00 (50/1), per online sportsbook odds. McIlroy (No. 4) on the other hand is tied with Dustin Johnson (No. 2) with each carrying odds of 10.00 (9/1), while Jason Day (No. 1) is the favourite 9.50 (17/2) on the “To Win Outright” market.
McIlroy has clinched his sole Open title in 2014, while Johnson’s greatest achievement came in 2011 when he finished runner-up in the tournament alongside Phil Mickelson. Although Day is the favourite for the title this year, he’s never lifted the Claret Jug in his career that began 10 years ago.
Former world No. 1 Tiger Woods has offered guidance to 28-year-old Day as he prepares to take on the competition. “When I talk to him, it’s about how mentally tough he was,” said Day. “When he didn’t have his best stuff, he would just find a way to get it done. His game plan was, ‘I’ve just got to get this ball in the hole.’ ”
“If it was trying to catch someone, he wanted to cut that lead down maybe one of two shots. Just cutting into that lead will show that there’s presence there In the same way, if you have the lead, being able to extend that lead shows that you’re playing some pretty strong golf.”
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