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New customer offer: Jason Day, Dustin Johnson OR Rory McIlroy 10/1 to win The Open Golf

Jamie Clark, Sports Editor | July 11, 2016

Fancy a flutter on The Open Golf Championship from Royal Troon this week, but not sure who to back? Coral give new customers a sensational sign up offer that allows you to hedge your bets and have three hopes.

A terrific 10/1 price boost is available for any of Jason Day, Dustin Johnson or Rory McIlroy to win The Open.

To get your slice of these enhanced odds, simply sign up for an online or mobile account with us, staking €/£5, and if any of those three are crowned champion you will receive the €/£50 winnings paid out as free bets.

Coral are committed to crediting these to you within four days and this awesome offer is available from 08:00 BST on Monday, July 11th until 18:00 on Thursday, July 14th. This will even allow punters the chance to sign up during the first round!

We often run promotional price boosts like this one, so view our other offers or read on and be reminded what Day, Johnson and McIlroy can do ahead of one of golf’s most prestigious events…

Terrific trio hold every chance

Bridgestone Invitational Golf

Australian Day won the Players Championship for his 10th PGA Tour tournament win back in May and of course was victorious at the US PGA Championship last year – his maiden Major title.

South Carolina native Johnson, meanwhile, grabbed the last big golfing prize on offer, the US Open, with a three strokes victory. The American has carried that fine form into the British equivalent by following up with victory in the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational.

Northern Ireland’s McIlroy will be no stranger to UK and Irish audiences and won The Open Championship two years ago – one of four Majors he’s lifted.

If none of the three featured golfers are crowned Open champion, then fear not. Coral will compensate all losing wagers with a €/£5 free bet you can use across our digital platforms.

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