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2024 LIV Golf Las Vegas Odds

He didn’t win but I think it’s safe to say the debut of Jon Rahm was a smashing success. In his first LIV event the Spaniard finished one-shot off the pace in third, and his new team Legion XIII claimed the title. All in all it was a profitable few days for Rahm. Once again the heavy favorite in the outright market, Rahm goes for his first individual victory when the field assembles in the Nevada desert for this week’s LIV Golf Las Vegas. It’s a new stop for LIV and I guess you’ve arrived on the sports scene when Vegas plays host to one of your events. If the opening tournament was a preview of things to come LIV Golf will have an excellent year. A larger, deeper field provided many memorable moments in Mexico with Joaquin Niemann earning his first LIV win holding off Sergio Garcia in a playoff. Visit BookMaker.eu for a complete list of betting odds when you’re ready to place a wager.

LIV Golf Las Vegas Betting Odds

Jon Rahm +500

Joaquin Niemann +1000

Brooks Koepka +1200

Cameron Smith +1400

Tyrrell Hatton +1400

Bryson DeChambeau +1600

Dustin Johnson +1600

Talor Gooch +1800

Sergio Garcia +2000

Dean Burmester +2200

Abraham Ancer +2500

Louis Oosthuizen +2500

Patrick Reed +3000

Adrian Meronk +3300

Mito Pereira +3300

Charles Howell III +3500

Carlos Ortiz +4000

Henrik Stenson +4000

Sebastian Munoz +4000

Harold Varner III +4500

Cameron Tringale +5000

Jason Kokrak +5000

Marc Leishman +5000

Anirban Lahiri +5500

Lucas Herbert +5500

Paul Casey +5500

Peter Uihlein +6000

Branden Grace +6500

Brendan Steele +6500

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Odds Analysis

Tyrrell Hatton +1400

Since he joined the league along with Rahm the publicity hasn’t followed Hatton. But that’s fine by his admission because he just wants to play golf. And the Englishman has been doing a fine job of that recovering from a shaky start in Mexico to close with a 64, the lowest of the day, and a T8 finish for his fifth top 15 in his last six overall starts. Hatton has all the tools to be successful on this course with straight drives and precise iron shots.

Dustin Johnson +1600

Johnson has two wins with both coming on courses similar in many ways to what he’ll attack this weekend. DJ is one of the biggest names in LIV Golf finishing among the top 5 at Mayakoba giving him seven top 5s among his 13 top 10s during his LIV career. Those are great results for a player many said had a down 2023. It doesn’t matter where he plays or the elements DJ has to deal with, he’s always a threat and the stronger field will only make him better.

Louis Oosthuizen +2500

Strong play prior to the start of the LIV Golf season just continued for Oosthuizen, who got better as the tournament in Mexico continued. He closed with his best round of the day finishing with a share of eighth place adding to his run of excellent form that included a pair of titles on the DP World Tour. The South African has yet to break out in LIV finishing no better than fourth in any start, but his confidence level is at an all-time high.

Jon Rahm +500

Man I hate backing the favorite and especially at such short odds. But why wouldn’t someone throw down on Rahm now that his debut with the new format and everything else is out of the way. If there is a weakness in Rahm’s game it’s his putting. He can certainly make up for that with pinpoint drives and precise iron play. Rahm was in contention at Mayakoba, something we’ll be saying a lot of this season, before ending up one shot short of a playoff.

Matthew Wolff +8000

Not that long ago Wolff was considered the future of the sport. Well, maybe not that drastic, but his game turned a lot of heads. Subsequently some mental health issues need to be addressed and Wolff focused more on that than on his game, which was commendable. The talent and sweet swing are still there and with Wolff being removed from a toxic situation with former teammates, I expect to see him where he once was. He also likes the atmosphere of Vegas was some positive results from previous tournaments.

Course: Las Vegas Country Club – 7,203 yards, par 72

Located in the heart of Vegas and just moments from the famed Las Vegas Strip and the home of Super Bowl LVIII Allegiant Stadium, the Las Vegas Country Club hosts LIV Golf for the first time, but is no stranger to big events. The PGA Tour’s Las Vegas Invitational called the club home between 1983 and 1991 and the LPGA played on the property as late as 2006. Seven-time major champion Gene Sarazen once said the LVCC is “one of the best courses I have seen in my lifetime.” The course doesn’t seem to fit the surrounding desert landscape with numerous trees lining narrow fairways. It’s not a long course at just over 7,200 yards putting a premium on accuracy over distance. Avoiding bunkered greens will also be important.

TV Coverage: CW Network

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