2024 LIV Golf Adelaide Matchups - Bet on LIV Golf

2024 LIV Golf Adelaide Matchups Odds

The first tournament since the Masters has the field in South Australia for LIV Golf Adelaide. A repeat stop, The Grange Golf Club was Talor Gooch’s personal playground last year. Going 10-under in each of the first two rounds lifted Gooch to the first of two consecutive titles and three overall that came in a span of just five tournaments helping him capture the individual points championship. Aussie Cameron Smith and Bryson DeChambeau were the top finishers at Augusta sharing sixth place while outright favorite Jon Rahm was an uncharacteristic T45 at Augusta. For the second straight tournament LIV crowned a first time winner with Dean Burmester edging Sergio Garcia in a playoff to collect the massive winner’s share in Miami.

The two are featured in tournament matchups, which you can bet on. Visit BookMaker.eu for a complete updated list of matchup betting odds when you’re ready to place a wager.

LIV Golf Adelaide Matchup Odds

Jon Rahm -115 vs. Joaquin Niemann -105

Bryson DeChambeau -140 vs. Cameron Smith +117

Tyrrell Hatton -130 vs. Talor Gooch +109

Louis Oosthuizen -160 vs. Brooks Koepka +133

Abraham Ancer +100 vs. Dean Burmester -120

Dustin Johnson +105 vs. Patrick Reed -125

Sergio Garcia -110 vs. Adrian Meronk -110

Paul Casey -175 vs. Lucas Herbert +145

Carlos Ortiz -115 vs. Marc Leishman -105

David Puig -150 vs. Matthew Wolff +125

Charles Howell III -110 vs. Jason Kokrak -110

Richard Bland -125 vs. Peter Uihlein +105

Henrik Stenson +105 vs. Cameron Tringale -125

Harold Varner III -130 vs. Anirban Lahiri +109

Kevin Na +105 vs. Sebastian Munoz -125

Mito Pereira -115 vs. Caleb Surratt -105

Brendan Steele -140 vs. Thomas Pieters +117

Matt Jones -120 vs. Bubba Watson +100

Branden Grace -140 vs. Charl Schwartzel +117

Graeme McDowell +113 vs. Scott Vincent -135

Ian Poulter -140 vs. Eugenio Lopez-Chacarra +117

Phil Mickelson +117 vs. Andy Ogletree -140

Kalle Samooja +105 vs. Sam Horsfield -125

Pat Perez -150 vs. Lee Westwood +125

Danny Lee +109 vs. Kieran Vincent -130

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Need to Know

A majority of the field got its first glimpse at The Grange Golf Club in last year’s event and they navigated the tidy layout with precision. More than half the 48-player field ended the 54-hole tournament at 10-under or better and all but two players finished even-par or better. Not a lot has changed in the last 12 months with the layout again using a composite of two championship courses on the property. Essentially the back nine of each course will be used with the exception of one hole. In all, the total yardage is less than 7,000 giving bangers a week off. Accuracy off the tee with tight tree-lined fairways is important as is strong iron play and, of course, putting. The club hosted the 2016 and 2019 Women’s Australian Open with winners scoring 16- and 17- under across 72 holes. Short by pro standards, the course has plenty of bunkers serving as a defense.

LIV Golf Adelaide Matchup Picks

Jon Rahm -115 vs. Joaquin Niemann

Backing Rahm does make sense. Not only is he one of the top players in the world the odds aren’t as bad as they’ve been in other tournaments. Here’s the thing: I think Rahm was anxious at the Masters as defending champ in his first season with LIV Golf prompting a T45. Now with that over I think Rahm will be back to his deadly self, which is also why I also backed him in the outright market.

Cameron Smith +117 vs. Bryson DeChambeau

Smith is playing exceptional golf leading into this homecoming and at plus odds he’s worth the risk. I was startled at the odds for this matchup with Smith a considerable underdog. The two finished tied for sixth at Augusta giving Smith top 10s in his last two completed events and his third in his last five. Smith also tied for third here last year putting on a show for his native fans.

Talor Gooch +109 vs. Tyrrell Hatton

He has yet to duplicate the heater from a year ago, which would be difficult considering Gooch won back-to-back LIV titles and three in a span of five tournaments. He does have six top 10s since winning at Valderrama last July with runner-up finishes in Las Vegas and Jeddah. And he went scorched earth at The Grange carding 62 in each of the first two rounds last year.

Marc Leishman -105 vs. Carlos Ortiz

Another Aussie playing a home game, Leishman is not only on a run of good form he’s proven to be a tough competitor on home soil. Leishman has four career victories in Australia and recently placed third at the DP World Tour’s Australian PGA Championship in December. He is coming off his best finish since that event grabbing a share of fourth at LIV Golf Miami.

Phil Mickelson +117 vs. Andy Ogletree

Every now and then Mickelson throws a curve keeping us on our toes. There was the runner-up finish at the 2023 Masters that kinda came out of nowhere. There was also a T6 in Jeddah last month. What I’m saying is that Lefty still has some juice, though he seemingly conserves it most of the time. He was consistent at Augusta with rounds between 73 and 75 and I like his price.

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