THE OPEN has been a Jordan Spieth procession and it's difficult to see him throwing it away on Sunday.
A birdie at the last for a third-round 65 gave the American a three-shot lead and also brought up my Super Single as he outscored playing partner Matt Kuchar by one.
The two-time Major champion, tipped antepost by Ace Venturer at 18-1, will once again play with his pal Kuchar in the final group and is a best 3-10 with Ladbrokes to get the job done.
Kuchar is possibly the only guy who can put pressure on and he is 5-1 at bet365. After that there is a gap to Brooks Koepka (25-1, bet365) and Hideki Matsuyama (40-1, 888sport). I tipped both each-way at the start so hopefully they'll place.
My Super Single twoball on Saturday was a winner but the treble was a loser.
Let's give it another go on Sunday and the single is Dustin Johnson to beat defending champion Henrik Stenson. Neither can win and the Swede will enjoy his final hours as Open champion.
Johnson fired a 64 on Sunday that could have been even better and in good conditions I fancy him to go low again.
For the treble I'm backing against two young Englishman who have did superbly to make the cut. Amateur Alfie Plant has won the Silver Medal for leading amateur and while he'll enjoy himself in the final round he should be outscored by South African Brandon Stone.
Toby Tree is paired with Andy Sullivan and should be felled by the experienced Englishman who finished well at the Scottish Open last week.
Complete the treble with Rafa Cabrera-Bello who is enjoying another good week after winning the Scottish Open. He was exceptional on the final day at Dundonald and can put in another good show to see off American Chan Kim.
- D Johnson to bt Stenson (2pm) (1-1, Paddy Power)
- Sullivan to bt Tree (9.50am)
- Stone to bt Plant (10.50am)
- Cabrera-Bello to bt C Kim (1.50pm)
- (31-10, William Hill)