2024 LIV Golf Las Vegas Matchups - Bet on LIV Golf

2024 LIV Golf Las Vegas Matchups Odds

With LIV using the tagline, “Golf, but Louder,” I guess it’s only fitting the field heads to Sin City this week for the inaugural LIV Golf Las Vegas. The season got off to a blistering start with prized acquisition Jon Rahm showing why he’s one of if not the best player in the world. He may not be ranked in that position and he will slide down the OWGR with no rankings points available to LIV players, but those who know, know. The Spaniard made a seamless transition finding himself in contention in Mexico before finishing one-swing off the pace. His new team, however, won the title and the hefty chunk of change that comes with it. You could say it was a good week for Rahm. And it was an even better week for Joaquin Niemann, who became the second LIV golfer to go sub-60 riding an opening 59 to the finish line and disposing Sergio Garcia on the fourth playoff hole. Rahm opened as a big favorite over Niemann in the outright market with those two also featured in a matchup. Visit BookMaker.eu for an updated list of matchup betting odds when you’re ready to place a wager.

LIV Golf Las Vegas Matchup Odds

Jon Rahm -175 vs. Joaquin Niemann +145

Tyrrell Hatton -153 vs. Louis Oosthuizen +127

Cameron Smith -110 vs. Talor Gooch -110

Dustin Johnson +100 vs. Brooks Koepka -120

Bryson DeChambeau -129 vs. Sergio Garcia +108

Dean Burmester -127 vs. Patrick Reed +106

Charles Howell III -110 vs. Abraham Ancer -110

Adrian Meronk -127 vs. Cameron Tringale +106

Marc Leishman -105 vs. Sebastian Munoz -115

Mito Pereira -127 vs. Carlos Ortiz +106

Brendan Steele -129 vs. Harold Varner III +108

Henrik Stenson -115 vs. Anirban Lahiri -105

Paul Casey -105 vs. Richard Bland -115

Jason Kokrak -125 vs. Lucas Herbert +105

Matt Jones -129 vs. Kevin Na +108

Branden Grace -105 vs. Laurie Canter -115

Graeme McDowell +108 vs. Ian Poulter -129

Thomas Pieters -105 vs. Peter Uihlein -115

Pat Perez -110 vs. Phil Mickelson -110

David Puig -132 vs. Scott Vincent +110

Bubba Watson +100 vs. Charl Schwartzel -120

Danny Lee +106 vs. Lee Westwood -127

Caleb Surratt -163 vs. Andy Ogletree +135

Matthew Wolff +106 vs. Sam Horsfield -127

Kalle Samooja -115 vs. Jinichiro Kozuma -105

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Looking to take advantage of the Super Bowl hype in Vegas, it’s no coincidence LIV Golf scheduled this tournament at this time. The Las Vegas Country Club is just a stones throw from the Strip and Allegiant Stadium, which hosts the NFL Championship on Sunday. And much like last week at Mayakoba the pros will navigate a relatively short course with the LVCC measuring 7,203 yards at par 72. We saw players club down last week and that’ll be the case once again. Niemann placed among the top 3 in driving accuracy and GIR. An anomaly in the desert is the tree-lined fairways that stand in the way of golfers. Once through those you have greens heavily protected by bunkers with water hazards also on the property.

LIV Golf Las Vegas Matchup Picks

Sergio Garcia +108 vs. Bryson DeChambeau

The LVCC layout isn’t really for players who can smack the ball off the tee which is why I’m fading DeChambeau in this matchup. And if last week’s results on a course that also rewards accuracy is any indication Garcia is the way to go. Still searching for that maiden LIV win Garcia was as close as you could get in Mexico gaining four strokes on Niemann in the final round before falling in a playoff. And getting Sergio at plus odds is a bonus.

Matthew Wolff +106 vs. Sam Horsfield

Another plus odds player who I think is ready for big things is Wolff. He’s a big hitter who doesn’t do it for show, which is the main difference between him and DeChambeau. And Wolff got a fresh start so to speak switching teams in the offseason. The end result last week wasn’t the best but his close to the tournament leaves me optimistic about his chances in Vegas.

Paul Casey -105 vs. Richard Bland

In the areas you’d find important for a strong finish Casey was good, hitting a high percentage of GIR while keeping the golf ball in playable spots on the course. He scored below par in all four rounds at Mayakoba to finish T11, a strong start after a disappointing 2023. Still the veteran is a proven ball-striker who can master shorter courses.

Sebastian Munoz -115 vs. Marc Leishman

Munoz was great in certain aspects of his game last week and downright awful in others putting him at T13. He recorded 17 birdies matching the most in the field and ranked among the top 5 in GIR percentage. However, 10 bogeys and a double left him on the outside. Closing the gap is a step in the right direction and softer conditions with expected rain could help his shots on and around the greens.

Harold Varner III +108 vs. Brendan Steele

This is more of a hunch and Varner’s price helped seal the deal. After finishing dead last at Mayakoba I fully expect Varner to make a comeback, he’s too good of a player not to. Heck he won in DC last year and had just one finish outside the top 30. That’s not outstanding considering the smaller field, but even the best players have bad days.

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