2024 LIV Golf Houston Odds - Bet on LIV Golf

2024 LIV Golf Houston Odds

The eighth tournament of the season brings a new stop with the field gathering for the first time in the Lone Star State for LIV Golf Houston. And another new development has someone other than Jon Rahm listed as the betting favorite. Rahm has yet to win in his debut LIV Golf season but he is the only player to finish among the top 10 in all seven stops. He was overtaken at the top of the odds board by Bryson DeChambeau. Rahm, DeChambeau, Brooks Koepka and Cam Smith are among 10 LIV golfers getting primed for the upcoming U.S. Open. Koepka ended a string of three straight first-time winners by claiming the title in Singapore last time out for his record fourth LIV Golf title. He is one of seven players listed with odds of 16/1 or lower. Visit BookMaker.eu for a complete list of betting odds when you’re ready to place a wager.

LIV Golf Houston Betting Odds

Bryson DeChambeau +700

Jon Rahm +800

Joaquin Niemann +1000

Tyrrell Hatton +1200

Brooks Koepka +1400

Cameron Smith +1400

Talor Gooch +1600

Dean Burmester +2000

Louis Oosthuizen +2000

Dustin Johnson +2200

Abraham Ancer +2500

Sergio Garcia +2800

Carlos Ortiz +3300

Marc Leishman +3300

Patrick Reed +3300

Adrian Meronk +3500

Lucas Herbert +4000

Thomas Pieters +4000

Cameron Tringale +4500

Paul Casey +4500

Richard Bland +4500

Matthew Wolff +5500

David Puig +6000

Charles Howell III +6500

Mito Pereira +6500

Sebastian Munoz +6500

Brendan Steele +7000

Kevin Na +7000

Anirban Lahiri +8000

Peter Uihlein +8000

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Odds Analysis

Paul Casey +4500

The veteran has played some good golf this season and is a former winner claiming the 2009 Houston Open. In addition he has a top 10 from the last time he played that tournament in 2015. He opened this season with a T11 in Mayakoba and registered a T5 in Las Vegas. He came close to his first LIV win losing a playoff in Hong Kong and he’s been steady all year and for most of his career.

Dustin Johnson +2200

Outside of a T7 in Singapore last month there’s hasn’t been much for Johnson to write home about since winning in Las Vegas in February. In his other four LIV starts DJ finished outside the top 20, had a MC at the Masters and most recently was T43 at the PGA Championship. It’s rare to see him struggle for this long and he has the ability to turn things around in a hurry. DJ placed among the top 5 in his last two completed starts on the Houston property while on the PGA Tour.

David Puig +6000

If Puig can somehow convince himself he’s playing on the Asian Tour he’s got a good shot at his first LIV victory. Since last October Puig started seven times on the Asian circuit finishing inside the top 15 in all of them, including wins in Malaysia and Singapore while most recently earning a top 5 at the Saudi Open. That success hasn’t translated for the former top amateur, but a recent trend of first-time winners in the league could continue and Puig’s a player that stands out.

Jon Rahm +800

Now that he’s not the outright favorite maybe Rahm can relax a bit and let the game come to him. That first-time winner trend is for real and surprisingly Rahm hasn’t been a part of it. He’s certainly used to the routine and is the only LIV golfer to place among the top 10 in every event. And you know he’s chomping at the bit to get back on the course after a disastrous MC at the PGA Championship last month.

Patrick Reed +3300

I might as well stick with the first-time winner theme and call out native Texan Reed, who makes a homecoming since he’s from nearby. That alone has to be motivation for Reed, who finished T10-T17 previously on this layout. He has in the past displayed the precision needed on this course and recently experienced a stretch that included a fourth in the International Series, a T9 in Miami and T12 at the Masters. It couldn’t get much better for Reed to get his first LIV victory in his backyard.

Course: Golf Club of Houston – 7,403 yards, par 72

While this is a new event for LIV Golf the Golf Club of Houston is no stranger to many in the field. Host of the PGA Tour’s Houston Open from 2003 to 2019, five current LIV golfers emerged victorious in that tournament during the stretch, most recently Ian Poulter in 2018. Anthony Kim’s last pro victory took place at this venue in 2010 prior he retired. Of the five Paul Casey is the only player with shorter than 130/1 odds. Recognized as one of the top courses in Texas, the Golf Club of Houston stretches to over 7,400 yards at par 72. Forgiving fairways allow big hitters to take shots, but multi-tiered greens, strategically placed bunkers and numerous water hazards serve as the layouts defense. During its PGA Tour run the winning score reached 16-under or better 10 times with Phil Mickelson winning the 2011 edition at 20-under.

TV Coverage: CW Network

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