Rose Win Costs Ladbrokes £2 Million

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Justin Rose’s US Open win has cost Ladbrokes a cool £2 million in payouts to winning punters.

The Englishman was heavily backed before the tournament started, seeing him tee off at Merion as a 25/1 shot, however in-play punters also had the opportunity to back Rose as big as 66/1.

Going into the late hours of Sunday evening Rose was as short as 1/500 for the win, with six punters winning a collective 57p.

It’s long odds-on (1/25) that Rose ends the year with just one major under his belt, or there’s a 10/1 chance he adds another to his collection, with potential success at The Open chalked up at 20/1.

Rose’s odds of picking up this year’s BBC Sports Personality Of The Year award have consequently been slashed to 5/1 from 20/1, making him the second favourite to Andy Murray (9/4).

Jessica Bridge of Ladbrokes said: “Rose is a thorn in our side after the bumper payout, and punters are already reinvesting their winnings for success at Muirfield in a month’s time.”

Ladbrokes latest odds

2013 Open Championship

Woods 5/1
McIlroy 10/1
Westwood 16/1
Rose 20/1
Scott 20/1
Donald 20/1
Mickelson 25/1
McDowell 25/1
Garcia 33/1
Els 33/1
Day 33/1
Snedeker 33/1
Schwartzel 40/1
Fowler 40/1
Poulter 40/1
Oosthuizen 40/1
Johnson 40/1
50/1 bar

How many Majors will Justin Rose win in 2013

1 – 1/25
2 – 10/1
3 – 250/1

BBC SPOTY Award

Andy Murray 9/4
Justin Rose 5/1
Chris Froome 6/1
Alastair Cook 10/1
Ronnie O’Sullivan 14/1
Jessica Ennis 16/1
David Beckham 16/1
Carl Froch 16/1
20/1 bar

 

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