Ladbrokes Offer: 33/1 For McIlroy to Win the Irish Open

Kicking off on the 6th July, the Irish Open is set to be one of the summer’s biggest golfing events, with some of the biggest names around battling it out for the title. The likes of Rory McIlroy, Olympic gold medallist Justin Rose, Danny Willett and Hideki Matsuyama are among the favourites for the title, with bookmakers expecting a flurry of bets in the build-up to the competition. As a result, Ladbrokes are offering new customers the opportunity to back Rory McIlroy at odds of 33/1 to win the tournament.

Despite just £1 being the maximum bet allowed with this promotion, it is still well worth taking advantage of, with McIlroy heading into the competition as the defending champion. A fantastic 5-wood from 252 yards on the 18th in 2016 helped the Northern Irishman on the way to victory, with the four-time major winner looking to return to winning ways after a difficult six months. Odds of 33/1 are certain to appeal to many golf fans, with a winning bet providing the perfect platform to kick start your betting strategy with Ladbrokes.

Ladbrokes Irish Open Offer
Fig. The Ladbrokes Irish Open Offer

All winning bets will be offered in the form of free bets, while customers placing losing bets will see their stake refunded in the form of a free bet also. Ladbrokes will pay out on this offer within 24 hours of bets being settled, with just one bet per customer allowed. This promotion is available up until 7am on the morning of Thursday 6th July, the start date of the Irish Open at the Portstewart Golf Club.

Ladbrokes Irish Open Odds

Existing customers are not able to take advantage of this promotion, with new customers registering online or via the Ladbrokes mobile app being eligible. With a prize fund of over $7 million on offer for the players involved, Ladbrokes offer customers the chance to get in on the action, with a 33/1 win the perfect way to begin your betting using their platform.

Head to Ladbrokes today to take full advantage of this offer.

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