2024 LIV Golf Hong Kong Matchups - Bet on LIV Golf

2024 LIV Golf Hong Kong Matchups Odds

The fourth tournament of the year is a new stop with the field headed to Asia for the first edition of LIV Golf Hong Kong. Jon Rahm has started his LIV Golf venture as the betting favorite in all four events and so far has two fewer wins than second favorite Joaquin Niemann, who cruised to a 4-shot win last week in Saudi Arabia becoming the sixth player with multiple LIV Golf titles. In their head to head matchup, though, Rahm is listed as a big favorite after finishing among the top 8 in all his starts. We have the usual suspects next in line on the odds board with Bryson DeChambeau, Talor Gooch, Dustin Johnson, Brooks Koepka and Cameron Smith all between 13/1 and 18/1 on the opening line while being featured in several matchups. Visit BookMaker.eu for a complete list of matchup betting odds when you’re ready to place a wager.

LIV Golf Hong Kong Matchup Odds

Jon Rahm -144 vs. Joaquin Niemann +120

Dustin Johnson -128 vs. Brooks Koepka +107

Tyrrell Hatton -105 vs. Bryson DeChambeau -115

Cameron Smith +100 vs. Talor Gooch -120

Louis Oosthuizen -120 vs. Adrian Meronk +100

Sergio Garcia -129 vs. Paul Casey +108

Dean Burmester -138 vs. Patrick Reed +115

Matthew Wolff +100 vs. Peter Uihlein -120

Charles Howell III +115 vs. Mito Pereira -138

Sebastian Munoz +115 vs. Carlos Ortiz -138

Jason Kokrak -138 vs. Cameron Tringale +115

Marc Leishman +108 vs. Lucas Herbert -129

David Puig -132 vs. Caleb Surratt +110

Henrik Stenson -110 vs. Bubba Watson -110

Harold Varner III -115 vs. Richard Bland -105

Brendan Steele -132 vs. Graeme McDowell +110

Thomas Pieters +110 vs. Scott Vincent -132

Branden Grace -110 vs. Ian Poulter -110

Eugenio Lopez-Chacarra -120 vs. Andy Ogletree +100

Charl Schwartzel -129 vs. Lee Westwood +108

Phil Mickelson -127 vs. Pat Perez +106

Sam Horsfield -129 vs. Kalle Samooja +108

Matt Jones -129 vs. Kevin Na +108

Martin Kaymer -129 vs. Danny Lee +108

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Need to Know

Though it’s the first visit for LIV Golf to the Hong Kong Golf Club nearly half the field has taken a spin around the layout at least once in their careers. The course has been around for over a century and has hosted the Asian Tour sanctioned Hong Kong Open since 1959. In the most recent playing of the HKO last November, 12 current LIV golfers pegged it up with Cameron Smith finishing as runner-up. Ian Poulter is the only golfer in the field with a win at the venue carding a HKO scoring record 22-under 268 in 2010. At 6,710 yards it’s a short course but the length is negated by narrow fairways and smaller greens that put a premium on accuracy.

LIV Golf Hong Kong Matchup Picks

Cameron Smith +100 vs. Talor Gooch

I can’t recall seeing Smith struggle as much as he did in Saudi Arabia, but a return visit to the tidy layout in Hong Kong should help ease the concerns he’s had off the tee. Clubbing down will help Smith find the form that made him one of the top players and that will keep him there. His only two visits resulted in a runner-up last year and a T9 back in 2014, so he has fond memories of the course and at even-money the price is right.

Patrick Reed +115 vs. Dean Burmester

Over the course of his career Reed has done some of his best work on shorter courses and HKGC certainly qualifies. Overall the results haven’t been there for “Captain America” but he remains a solid player with the ability and mental toughness to turn things around. He’s played HKGC as much as anyone with a podium finish in 2015 and most recently a T15 at the Hong Kong Open last November.

Louis Oosthuizen -120 vs. Adrian Meronk

With his runner-up finish last week Oosthuizen claimed his best result as a LIV golfer and when he gets on a roll the balls start dropping. Last week Oosthuizen was one of two players to score all three rounds of 67 or lower. Unfortunately Niemann was the other going one shot lower. Oosthuizen has now finished among the top eight in two of three tournaments this year with his confidence level as high as it’s been in years.

Tyrrell Hatton -105 vs. Bryson DeChambeau

This is more a pick against DeChambeau, though Hatton does have a distinguished history in international events and on the DP World Tour. He’s been a member of the last three European Ryder Cup teams and has six DP wins with four of them top-tier Rolex Series titles. His first year in LIV has been solid with all three top 15s and his experience on the Euro circuit will give him an upper hand at this venue. Big hitters could have a problem here that’s why I’m fading Bryson.

Joaquin Niemann +120 vs. Jon Rahm

Backing the hot player is always a good strategy and with Niemann tearing it up he’s a good play at his price. Okay, he’s going against arguably the best player in the world in this matchup, but no one, not even Rahm, can match what Niemann has done over the past several months. In eight worldwide starts since November, he’s racked up three wins, including two of the last three LIV titles, finishing among the top 5 six times. Offering a player on a major heater at plus odds is a deal I can’t refuse.

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