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2016 Major golfing diary: Coral provide results, odds and upcoming schedule

Sam Barnard, Assistant Sports Editor | June 24, 2016

We’re already two golfing Majors down in 2016, with Danny Willett and Dustin Johnson claiming their first-ever titles at The Masters and US Open respectively.

There is still a lot to play for during rest of the year, however, as The Open and USPGA Championships are upcoming, while the Ryder Cup and Summer Olympics are events to look forward to too.

Read on below for Coral’s results of previous Majors and odds for forthcoming tournaments….

The Masters 2016 results

Willett claimed his first ever Major title after capitalising on a dramatic capitulation by defending champion Jordan Spieth at Augusta.

In an English-heavy leaderboard, Lee Westwood, Paul Casey, Matthew Fitzpatrick and Justin Rose also finished in the top 10.

Masters Golf Final Round

Leaderboard

1 Danny Willett -5
T2 Jordan Spieth -2
T2 Lee Westwood -2
T4 Paul Casey -1
T4 J.B. Holmes -1
T4 Dustin Johnson -1
T7 Matthew Fitzpatrick E
T7 Soren Kjeldsen E
T7 Hideki Matsuyama E
T10 Daniel Berger +1
T10 Jason Day +1
T10 Rory McIlroy +1
T10 Justin Rose +1
T10 Brandt Snedeker +1

US Open 2016 results

Another golfing star to win his maiden Major, Johnson finally shook off doubts that he’d never win one of the sport’s biggest prizes after toppling the likes of Republic of Ireland’s Shane Lowry, despite a controversial moment.

There were surprise poor performances from the likes of Spieth and Rory McIlroy, though Jason Day eventually caught up to finish tied-eighth.

US Open Golf Day Four

Leaderboard

1 Dustin Johnson -4
T2 Jim Furyk -1
T2 Scott Piercy -1
T2 Shane Lowry -1
T5 Sergio Garcia E
T5 Branden Grace E
7 Kevin Na +1
T8 Jason Dufner +2
T8 Zach Johnson +2
T8 Jason Day +2
T8 Daniel Summerhays +2

The Open Championship 2016 results

Henrik Stenson claimed his maiden Major in this year’s Open edition at Royal Troon, and in turn broke a number of records as he edged sole challenger Phil Mickelson in the final round.

The likes of Spieth and Day both flopped, but McIlroy and US Open champion Johnson put in credible efforts to finish tied-fifth and tied-ninth respectively.

British Open Golf

Leaderboard

1 Henrik Stenson -20
2 Phil Mickelson -17
3 JB Holmes -6
4 Steve Stricker -5
T5 Sergio Garcia -4
T5 Tyrrell Hatton -4
T5 Rory McIlroy -4
8 Andrew Johnston -3
T9 Bill Haas -2
T9 Dustin Johnson -2
T9 Soren Kjeldsen -2

USPGA Championship 2016 odds

Day is the defending USPGA champion, after he claimed his first Major here last year, but is behind McIlroy in the betting to retain his crown.

This year’s edition will be held in Springfield, New Jersey, where the winner will claim a cool $1.89m.

Mideast Emirates Abu Dhabi Golf

Outright favourites

Rory McIlroy 7/1
Jason Day 8/1
Jordan Spieth 11/1
Dustin Johnson 11/1
Henrik Stenson 16/1
Justin Rose 25/1
Bubba Watson 25/1
Adam Scott 25/1
Phil Mickelson 25/1
Rickie Fowler 28/1
Sergio Garcia 33/1
Patrick Reed 45/1
Danny Willett 50/1
Hideki Matsuyama 50/1
Brooks Koepka 50/1

Notable others

Louis Oosthuizen 66/1
Tiger Woods 66/1
Martin Kaymer 66/1
Zach Johnson 66/1
Shane Lowry 80/1
Lee Westwood 80/1

Ryder Cup 2016

Europe have been absolutely dominant over the USA in the Ryder Cup, that happens usually every two years, having claimed 11 of the past 15 editions since 1985 and each of the previous three.

The Americans will get home advantage this year at the Hazeltine National Golf Club in Chaska, Minnesota, and are slight favourites to finally regain the famous team trophy.

Golf - 2014 Ryder Cup - Press Conference - Wentworth

Outright

Europe 11/8
USA 4/5
Tie 9/1

To lift trophy

Europe 19/20
USA 4/5

Specials

For more specific markets, check out our specials before each tournament and throughout the year that include top five finishes or players to win or more Majors.

Johnson and Day are the only pair still eligible to be in the top 20 of all four Majors, while the likes of the duo plus Willett, McIlroy and Spieth can all claim two or more.

PGA Championship Golf

Win two or more Majors in 2016

Dustin Johnson 5/1
Danny Willett 12/1
Jason Day 33/1
Rory McIlroy 40/1
Jordan Spieth 50/1
Rickie Fowler 250/1
Bubba Watson 300/1

Top 5 finish in all four Majors

Dustin Johnson 12/1

Top 10 finish in all four Majors

Jason Day 15/8
Dustin Johnson 11/4

Top 20 finish in all four Majors

Jason Day 8/13 Dustin Johnson 11/8

To make the cut in all four Majors

Jason Day 2/7
Jordan Spieth 2/7
Dustin Johnson 1/3
Bubba Watson 4/9
Adam Scott 4/9
Sergio Garcia 4/9
Danny Willett 4/9
Matt Kuchar 4/9
Louis Oosthuizen 1/2

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