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Lee Travino, who bet on himself to win the 1971 Open Championship at 14-1 and blew away the field. (Image: bahl.blog.blogspot.com)
The world’s most readily useful golfers are up in hands this at the Open Championship in the UK, where they have been asked to sign a waiver to declare that they will not place bets on the outcome of the championship week. Betting is one thing of the tradition for many players at the Open, because, of course, sports betting is totally legal and readily available in Britain. At the 1971 Open, Lee Travino famously bet £100 ($171) on himself at 14-1, which helped him to almost triple his award money as he blew away the field.
However, for the time that is first the Open, the R&A, the governing human body regarding the game outside the US, has officially warned players that such behavior is now off-limits, even though it claims the rules have been in spot since 2011. It absolutely was news to some. One player, whom wished to remain nameless, told ESPN which he was ‘shocked’ when he had been handed the waiver, while his caddy indicated his delight that the ban did not extend to caddies.
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Pro golfer Graeme McDowell gave a more measured and professional response, however, stating: ‘It’s really no different than exactly what we already have in the European Tour and PGA Tour, so it does not change any such thing.
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