2024 LIV Golf Andalucia Odds - Bet on LIV Golf

2024 LIV Golf Andalucia Odds

Could this be the week Jon Rahm breaks through for his first win? In a homecoming of sorts the Spaniard opened as the co-betting favorite along with Bryson DeChambeau for LIV Golf Andalucia. Rahm will have competition from three other Spanish-born players, including two that finished among the top 10 in last year’s event. David Puig was T5 and Sergio Garcia T10, though they were several strokes behind winner Talor Gooch, who won for third time in five LIV tournaments. Last month in Nashville, Tyrrell Hatton became the sixth first-time winner in nine tournaments this year keeping a trend alive. Visit BookMaker.eu for a complete updated list of betting odds when you’re ready to place a wager.

LIV Golf Andalucia Betting Odds

Bryson DeChambeau +650

Jon Rahm +650

Joaquin Niemann +1100

Tyrrell Hatton +1100

Sergio Garcia +1400

Brooks Koepka +1800

Cameron Smith +2000

Louis Oosthuizen +2000

Carlos Ortiz +2200

Talor Gooch +2200

Patrick Reed +2500

Abraham Ancer +2800

Dean Burmester +3300

Dustin Johnson +3300

Richard Bland +3300

David Puig +3500

Lucas Herbert +3500

Marc Leishman +3500

Paul Casey +3500

Cameron Tringale +4000

Sebastian Munoz +4000

Thomas Pieters +4000

Adrian Meronk +4500

John Catlin +4500

Anirban Lahiri +5000

Matthew Wolff +5000

Jason Kokrak +6000

Kevin Na +7000

Sam Horsfield +7000

Brendan Steele +8000

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Odds Analysis

Abraham Ancer +2800

Coming into last year’s tournament Ancer was struggling yet he found consistency at Valderrama and finished T19. He’s on a much different path ahead of this event with a win in Hong Kong, three additional top 10s and each of his last six starts inside the top 25. The quirkiness of the course is something that fits Ancer’s game and I like his chances.

Sergio Garcia +1400

His knowledge of the course and being on the best run of his LIV stint makes Garcia a worthy pick in the outright market. The first-time-winner-trend is a thing and guess who has yet to win a LIV title? The setup was perfect prompting everyone to say Garcia, and that’s the answer. Sergio has played Valderrama a lot during his career and he has several wins on his resume. He’s finished among the top 5 in two of his last five LIV starts and looks poised to win.

Louis Oosthuizen +2000

Since winning back-to-back starts on the DP World Tour in December, I’ve been saying Oosthuizen is close to getting his first LIV victory. He was runner-up twice in his last six LIV starts finishing alone in second one swing behind Brendan Steele in Adelaide. He also shared second in Jeddah finishing four-shots off the lead. There were some health concerns after a WD in Houston, but Oosty responded by finishing 13th last month in Nashville.

David Puig +3500

Hopefully his last two starts were just minor bumps in the road and not potholes. After a podium finish in Houston last month, Puig inexplicably fell off the cliff finishing outside the top 50 at the US Open and in Nashville. I’m not making excuses for Puig but there was a major and a number of top players struggled at The Grove. Puig has a win on the Asian Tour earlier this year and he overcame an opening 74 to finish T5 here last year.

Jon Rahm +650

I’ve been saying all season that Rahm is going to win, but the schedule is winding down and he’s yet to enter the winner’s circle. Things are lining up nicely for him this week though which is why I’m backing despite having the price of a favorite. He’s finished among the top 10 in every LIV start he completed, coming back from a MC at the Masters and WD in Houston to earn a share of third last time out in Nashville.

Course: Real Club Valderrama – 7,010 yards, par 71

You can’t say LIV plays at questionable courses. Long considered one of if not the finest course in Europe, Real Club Valderrama has played host to numerous high-profile events over its lifetime. One of the more notable was the 1997 Ryder Cup. Stretching out to just over 7,000 yards at par 71 the course isn’t threatening and short by pro standards. But that doesn’t mean it’s easy. The par-5 fourth hole, known as La Cascada, is the signature hole with a two-tiered green and water to the right. However, the par-5 17th will offer the most intrigue. The green is defended by water in the front and bunkers in the back forcing players to make a decision to aim for the green on their second shot.

TV Coverage: CW Network

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