2024 LIV Golf Miami Odds - Bet on LIV Golf

2024 LIV Golf Miami Odds

After serving as host of the season-ending team championship the first two years, LIV Golf Miami and Trump National Doral get a regular season event for the first time. Jon Rahm hit the board as the betting favorite, like he’s done in every tournament this season, as he gets ready to defend his title at The Masters in one week. With two wins this season Joaquin Niemann hit the board as the second favorite. Niemann joined Dustin Johnson, Brooks Koepka, Bryson DeChambeau, Cameron Smith and Talor Gooch as multiple career winners. When the field assembled in Hong Kong last month Abraham Ancer became a first-time winner beating Paul Casey and Smith in a playoff. Visit BookMaker.eu for a complete list of betting odds when you’re ready to place a wager.

LIV Golf Miami Betting Odds

Jon Rahm +600

Joaquin Niemann +700

Bryson DeChambeau +900

Brooks Koepka +1200

Cameron Smith +1200

Dustin Johnson +1400

Talor Gooch +1400

Tyrrell Hatton +1600

Adrian Meronk +2200

Louis Oosthuizen +2200

Paul Casey +2200

Dean Burmester +2500

Sergio Garcia +2500

Abraham Ancer +2800

Carlos Ortiz +2800

Charles Howell III +2800

David Puig +3500

Patrick Reed +3500

Jason Kokrak +4000

Lucas Herbert +4000

Henrik Stenson +4500

Anirban Lahiri +5000

Kevin Na +5500

Richard Bland +5500

Harold Varner III +6000

Mito Pereira +6000

Peter Uihlein +6000

Sebastian Munoz +6500

Matthew Wolff +7000

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Odds Analysis

Bryson DeChambeau +900

If driving distance is a factor there’s only one player you need to keep an eye on. One of the biggest hitters in the entire sport, DeChambeau leads LIV averaging nearly 321 yards off the tee which has helped him snare a best five eagles this season. His prodigious blasts helped his Crushers GC win the team title last year and his better all-around game has helped him secure a top 10 finish in each of his last two starts.

Sergio Garcia +2500

Garcia didn’t have much luck last time out in Hong Kong with the shorter track affecting his game. He’s probably excited to be on a course that better fits his booming style. And he better work on his putting after troubles on the green dropped him into a T38 in Hong Kong. Garcia can hit the snot out of the ball and he’s been accurate a GIR percentage of 72. The games seems to be more a mental challenge for Garcia and if other parts are working his putts will start to drop, which is what I’m betting on this week.

Louis Oosthuizen +2200

Oosthuizen does a lot of things on the course well but he’s yet to put it all together. He snared a top 10 in the season opener and was co-runner-up in Jeddah before stumbling to a share of 19th in Hong Kong. The South African enjoys a challenge and Trump National will definitely supply it. Now it’s up to Oosthuizen to navigate the treacherous layout, which he proved he can do on both the PGA and European Tours.

David Puig +3500

He’s won already this year, but it wasn’t a LIV Golf tournament. Puig won the Asian Tour’s Malaysian Open in February and spent time between LIV events losing a playoff at the International Series Macau event a few weeks ago. However, his runner-up elevated him to first in the Asian Tour standings. Trump National sets up as a good test for Puig’s long drives and he’s playing with more confidence following his success on the Asian Tour.

Cameron Smith +1200

It’s been a quiet season so far for Smith and that should scare the entire LIV field. He showed signs of breaking out in Hong Kong rallying from six-shots back on the final day to force a three-man playoff. It was actually more of a struggle for eventual winner Abraham Ancer, but Smith did what he had to finishing at 13-under. It was his best finish of the season and a nice bounce back after a T41 in Jeddah. Smith is streaky and when he gets going look out.

Course: Trump National Doral – 7,701 yards, Par 72

It’s probably a good thing players had three weeks in between starts. Going from the short Hong Kong Golf Club to Trump National there is an increase of nearly 1,000 yards in total length, which is quite extensive. At least most of the field is familiar with the Blue Monster with LIV playing its team championship in Miami the previous two years. The PGA Tour’s Doral Open was played here from 1962 to 2006 and from 2007 to 2016 the WGC played a tournament on the Blue Monster. LIV members Dustin Johnson, Phil Mickelson and Patrick Reed have all won on this course while Bubba Watson has three runner-up finishes on his resume. Distance off the tee is a must but strategically-placed deep bunkers, undulating greens, deep rough and an assortment of water hazards serve as a defense.

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