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2024 LIV Golf Jeddah Matchups Odds

Moving up several months on the calendar for the 2024 season, LIV Golf Jeddah is now the third tournament on the slate after serving as the final individual tournament in each of the first two seasons. That has to come as a shock to Brooks Koepka, who is the only winner this tournament has had taking them both in a playoff. The previous two editions were played in October and Jon Rahm wasn’t in the field, which means Koepka was kicked down the odds board opening as the third favorite in the outright market. Rahm, as he’ll probably be in every tournament he plays, hit the board as an overwhelming favorite, with the winner of the most recent event Dustin Johnson the second favorite. With his triumph in Las Vegas DJ matched Koepka, Talor Gooch and Cam Smith as the only three-time winners in LIV Golf with all of them featured in matchups. Visit BookMaker.eu for a complete list of matchup betting odds when you’re ready to place a wager.

LIV Golf Jeddah 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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The luxurious Royal Greens Golf and Country Club is familiar to most in the field having hosted LIV Golf the last two years and entertaining the Saudi International on the DP World Tour and Asian Tour. Opened in 2017 the course has earned several WGA awards in its brief lifespan with former course champ Graeme McDowell saying, “It’s a really good golf course. The way the wind blows here you have to hit a lot of different shots. It asks all the questions.” Stretched to 7,048 yards at par 70, it’s short by pro standards with wide open fairways and a few bunkers. Nestled on the Red Sea coast, wind serves as the primary defense, but the course can be overpowered off the tee. Koepka and Talor Gooch tied for the 54-hole lead last year at 14-under while Abraham Ancer and DJ both carded a 72-hole 19-under to win the Saudi International. Harold Varner III is the fifth player in the field to have a win on this layout.

LIV Golf Jeddah Matchup Picks

Brooks Koepka +107 vs. Dustin Johnson

As you can see by my picks I’m going for value and this one has plenty. Sure DJ won the last event in Vegas but Koepka is unbeaten in two visits to Royal Greens and at plus odds he’s too good to pass up. Besides, how often will you get a chance to back Koepka with a price like this? For whatever reason Brooks loves golfing in this part of the world and he defies the odds by mastering a shorter course. It could be that he needs to be more of a golfer than a hitter and he’s ultra focused. When he does that he’s pretty darn good.

Cameron Smith +100 vs. Talor Gooch

Smith is another big-time player with value. Along with the golfers mentioned above, these two are also three-time LIV Golf champions and if not for a disappointing 2-over to close in Vegas the narrative surrounding Smith would be much different. Smith is always a target and I expect him to rebound from his T15 in Vegas to be more like the player we’ve become accustomed to seeing.

Matthew Wolff +100 vs. Peter Uihlein

It’s hard not to like Wolff for overcoming barriers and having an abundance of talent. The obstacles are seemingly out of the way, or at least not a major factor, and it’s time for the talent part to take over. He showed what he’s capable of in Vegas finishing fourth then grabbed a share of seventh on the Asian Tour. He’s also fancied Royal Greens in the past finishing among the top 10 three times in four starts. I think he’s still undervalued so I’m grabbing while I can.

Paul Casey +108 vs. Sergio Garcia

A shorter course that requires accuracy and a strong approach game fits Casey to a tee, no pun intended. And with a stellar start to the season he’s a target with plenty of value at plus odds. Casey opened the season with a T11 in Mayakoba followed by a T5 in Vegas where he held the lead after 18 holes. He’s also had success on this layout with a pair of top 5s in his last three visits. Given recent form and a nice price I’ll back the Englishman against the veteran Garcia.

Cameron Tringale +115 vs. Jason Kokrak

Tringale has yet to build off a successful 2023 when he finished among the top 10 five times, including one in this event. He closed last year’s tournament at 9-under over the final 36 holes challenging for the lowest score over that span. Much like Cam Smith, a rough closing in Vegas cost him in what was otherwise a decent showing.

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