Rickie Fowler 7/2 for a 2016 major

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Rickie Fowler has set his sights on winning a major in 2016 and William Hill offer 7/2 that he delivers at least one major victory. Both Mcllroy and Spieth might have something to say about that with Jordan 6/5 and Rory Mcllroy 11/8 to win a major in 2016.
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May 8, 2018
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Rickie Fowler has set his sights on winning a major in 2016 and William Hill offer 7/2 that he delivers at least one major victory. Both Mcllroy and Spieth might have something to say about that with Jordan 6/5 and Rory Mcllroy 11/8 to win a major in 2016.

To Win A Major In 2016: 6/5 Spieth, 11/8 Mcllroy, 2/1 Day, 7/2 Fowler, 6/1 B Watson, 6/1 D Johnson, 6/1 Rose, 8/1 Scott, 8/1 Stenson, 12/1 Matsuyama, 12/1 Reed, 14/1 Koepka, 14/1 Oosthuizen, 14/1 Kaymer, 14/1 Kuchar, 14/1 Mickelson, 14/1 Garcia, 14/1 Woods, 16/1 Grace, 16/1 Thomas, 20/1 Snedeker, 20/1 Schwartzel, 20/1 Casey, 20/1 Dubuisson, 25/1 Furyk, 25/1 Zach Johnson, 33/1 Westwood, 40/1 Poulter

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