2024 LIV Golf Adelaide Odds - Bet on LIV Golf

2024 LIV Golf Adelaide Odds

After a three week break it’s back to work for the field of 54 players as they gather down under for LIV Golf Adelaide. Making its LIV debut last year, the tournament was a boost for Talor Gooch, who carded consecutive rounds of 10-under at the start and cruised to a three-shot victory. It was the first of two straight wins for Gooch, who captured three titles overall last season on his way to the individual championship. He’s yet to win since joining LIV but you have to think Jon Rahm is getting close. He’s been the betting favorite in every tournament he’s played this season and Rahm once again tops the odds board, with the usual suspects close behind. Visit BookMaker.eu for a complete list of betting odds when you’re ready to place a wager.

LIV Golf Adelaide Betting Odds

Jon Rahm +650

Joaquin Niemann +1000

Bryson Dechambeau +1000

Cameron Smith +1100

Talor Gooch +1200

Tyrrell Hatton +1200

Louis Oosthuizen +2000

Brooks Koepka +2200

Dean Burmester +2500

Abraham Ancer +2500

Patrick Reed +2500

Dustin Johnson +2500

Paul Casey +2500

Lucas Herbert +3000

Adrian Meronk +3000

Sergio Garcia +3000

Carlos Ortiz +3000

Marc Leishman +4000

David Puig +4500

Matthew Wolff +4500

Charles Howell III +4500

Jason Kokrak +5000

Peter Uihlein +5500

Richard Bland +5500

Anirban Lahiri +6000

Henrik Stenson +6000

Harold Varner III +6500

Cameron Tringale +6500

Kevin Na +6500

Sebastian Munoz +7000

Mito Pereira +7000

Caleb Surratt +7500

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Odds Analysis

Talor Gooch +1200

It was around this time last year that Gooch caught fire finishing the season atop the individual points board to win the additional bonanza that comes with it. His first LIV victory and the first of two straight took place here when Gooch carded 20-under through 36 holes to lead by a whopping 10 swings. He was never threatened in the third round. His record tying three titles came in a span of five tournaments.

Marc Leishman +4000

There are several good Australian players in the field and I actually have two in this section. Anything to get an advantage and playing on home soil on a course that’s still new to many is a good one. Leishman comes up first in the alphabetical list and because he has longer odds than Cam Smith, whom I’ll discuss later. Leishman is coming off one of his finest LIV outings earning a share of fourth in Miami, his fourth top 5 in his last 12 overall starts.

Louis Oosthuizen +2000

It’s been a nice several-months stretch for Oosthuizen, who can put a bow on things with a LIV title. He won back to back titles on the DP World Tour in December and was runner-up on the international series in February. He’s also been toying with a LIV win earning three top 8s, including a co-runner-up in Jeddah last month.

Jon Rahm +650

A T45 at the Masters was the first time outside the top 10 in nine worldwide starts for Rahm proving it happens to the best of players. It also shows you just how consistent he’s been. He’s yet to win a LIV event, though it only seems like a matter of time. And it hasn’t been for a lack of effort. Rahm finished among the top 8 in all five starts with three of those in the top 5.

Cameron Smith +1100

When you raise the bar so high it becomes more difficult to clear it. It’s not smith has been bad, which he hasn’t been by the way, rather so much is expected of him when he goes eight months without a win something has to be wrong. That’s not the case and Smith is trending in right direction with a playoff loss at LIV Golf Hong Kong and a T6 at the Masters. Smith is another of the Australian lads competing with three of his career victories coming in his native land.

Course: The Grange Golf Club – 6,946 yards, par 72

LIV Golf makes its second visit to The Grange in South Australia. One of the most prestigious clubs around it features two internationally rated championship golf courses which will both be used this weekend. The layout features a composite made up of holes from the East and West courses with an approximate range of less than 7,000 yards. That’s a rough estimate and the length could vary but either way it’s short by pro standards. LIV Golf Commissioner Greg Norman had input on the design and will certainly be more popular than ever with players this week. In typical Norman style the course features tree-lined fairways, plenty of bunkers and average-sized undulating greens. Gooch was on fire last year opening with a pair of 62s to withstand a final round collapse. In all more than half the field finished at 10-under or better.

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