2024 LIV Golf Mayakoba Odds - Bet on LIV Golf

2024 LIV Golf Mayakoba Odds

For the second straight year LIV Golf opens its season south of the border with LIV Golf Mayakoba from the El Camaleon Golf Course in Playa del Carmen, Mexico. The first of 14 scheduled 54-hole, no-cut events gets a boost with the addition of Jon Rahm and Tyrrell Hatton from the PGA side. One of the top players of his generation, Rahm was immediately thrust into the spotlight as the prohibitive betting favorite, though the top of the odds board looks like a major championship with Hatton, Joaquin Niemann, Bryson Dechambeau, Cam Smith, Dustin Johnson, Talor Gooch and Brooks Koepka all among the top eight favorites in the outright market. Charles Howell III cashed in last year winning the inaugural tournament to claim the $4 million prize. Gooch had the most impactful season become the first player to win consecutive tournaments as part of his three-win season giving him additional prize money as the individual season champion. To make things more interesting from a betting standpoint there are odds for team results. Visit BookMaker.eu for a complete list of betting odds when you’re ready to place a wager.

LIV Golf Mayakoba Betting Odds

Jon Rahm +450

Joaquin Niemann +1450

Tyrrell Hatton +1450

Bryson Dechambeau +1450

Cameron Smith +1650

Dustin Johnson +1850

Talor Gooch +1850

Brooks Koepka +2050

Abraham Ancer +2050

Mito Pereira +2250

Adrian Meronk +2250

Patrick Reed +2850

Dean Burmester +2850

Sebastian Munoz +2850

Harold Varner III +3050

Louis Oosthuizen +3050

Sergio Garcia +3050

Charles Howell III +3350

Carlos Ortiz +3350

Marc Leishman +3350

Peter Uihlein +4050

Anirban Lahiri +4050

Henrik Stenson +4550

Jason Kokrak +4550

Andy Ogletree +4550

Brendan Steele +5050

Lucas Herbert +5050

Cameron Tringale +5050

Branden Grace +5550

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Odds Analysis

Abraham Ancer +2050

Ancer loves playing on home soil and this is a great chance for him to enter the winners circle for the first time as a LIV golfer. He’s enjoyed success at El Camaleon with three top-10s among his six top 25s in his last six starts at the joint. It was a disappointing run for him last year when he finished 17th in this event. Mexico’s top ranked pro will do his best to defend his country’s honor and getting a win is a step in that direction.

Talor Gooch +1850

A winner in half the six tournaments played outside the Unites States last season, Gooch used those titles to secure the individual season title and the additional bonus cash that comes with it. And it looks like we’re outside the US this week so according to the numbers there’s a 50 percent chance Gooch wins. That’s shoddy logic and certainly not the case, but you get the point that Gooch excels in international events. He shared the 36-hole lead before imploding in the final round last year and recovered just fine winning three of the next seven tournaments.

Charles Howell III +3350

Howell had a fine last season with his win at Mayakoba the icing on the cake. It was one of five top 10s during the season and outside of a three-tournament stretch last summer, he was consistently among the top 20. His game fits nicely with the Mayakoba layout and he blistered the course at 8-under to close out his 4-shot win last year. His consistent play is a trademark and has benefits at Mayakoba.

Patrick Reed +2850

A stalwart on tidy courses has been the scouting report on Reed. And he’s probably been one of the better players in LIV Golf that has yet to win a title. I’ll chalk up his poor showing at Mayakoba last year as a one-off and lean on Captain America for that first title. He came close last year earning five top 5s with a runner-up in London and a third in Adelaide while placing sixth in the individual season standings.

Cameron Smith +1650

Tied with Koepka and Gooch for the most career LIV Golf victories Smith was a big get when he signed a few years ago. He made an immediate impact on the circuit winning his second LIV start and has been consistently among the top one-fourth of finishers collecting 10 top 12s in 17 starts. He placed sixth at Mayakoba last year but has more to offer on a course that appears suited for his game as the top rated putter on the circuit last year.

Course: El Camaleon Golf Club – 7,116 yards, par 71

El Camaleon opened in 2004 and was the first venue to host a PGA Tour event outside the US and Canada. Many players are familiar with the layout and being a resort course it offers little resistance. Additional yardage was added over the last few years stretching the course to 7,116 yards at par 71, still considered short by pro standards. The lack of distance can impact big hitters like Bryson DeChambeau and accuracy is a bigger deal than distance. The fairways are forgiving, but go too wide and the numbers can climb quickly with water, forests and swampland on the outer edges. Don’t expect the pros to spend much time in those areas. Former winners on this course competing this week include Howell III, Graeme McDowell and Pat Perez.

TV Coverage: CW Network

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