2024 LIV Golf Nashville Matchups - Bet on LIV Golf

2024 LIV Golf Nashville Matchups Odds

It’s another tournament and another new course as LIV heads to Tennessee for the first time for this week’s LIV Golf Nashville. Two weeks ago the League debuted in Texas with Carlos Ortiz becoming the fourth first-time winner in the last five tournaments. And last week Bryson DeChambeau finished off a 1-shot victory at the U.S. Open with a brilliant bunker save to enter as the betting favorite in the outright market. There has been a shift in the outright odds with some of the players typically sitting atop the list dropping further down. Cameron Smith and Dustin Johnson dropped into the second tier of favorites but they are still forces to be reckoned with. Some golfers are playing for a third consecutive week, which hasn’t been the case in LIV Golf. That could give players who skipped the U.S. Open an advantage, like maybe Jon Rahm, who is itching to join the list of first-time LIV Golf winners. Visit BookMaker.eu for a complete updated list of matchup betting odds when you’re ready to place a wager.

LIV Golf Nashville Matchup Odds

Bryson DeChambeau -144 vs. Jon Rahm +120

Joaquin Niemann -127 vs. Tyrrell Hatton +106

Brooks Koepka -115 vs. Louis Oosthuizen -105

Sergio Garcia -105 vs. Talor Gooch -115

Carlos Ortiz -120 vs. Dean Burmester +100

Patrick Reed -115 vs. Cameron Smith -105

Abraham Ancer -115 vs. Adrian Meronk -105

Dustin Johnson -110 vs. Paul Casey -110

Cameron Tringale -115 vs. David Puig -105

Marc Leishman -110 vs. Richard Bland -110

Matthew Wolff -110 vs. Lucas Herbert -110

Thomas Pieters -110 vs. Sebastian Munoz -110

Brendan Steele -115 vs. Kevin Na -105

Anirban Lahiri -105 vs. Mito Pereira -115

Caleb Surratt -115 vs. Peter Uihlein -105

Jason Kokrak -110 vs. Charles Howell III -110

Harold Varner III -110 vs. Matt Jones -110

Scott Vincent -129 vs. Henrik Stenson +108

Martin Kaymer -110 vs. Charl Schwartzel -110

Kieran Vincent -110 vs. Graeme McDowell -110

Sam Horsfield -110 vs. Eugenio Lopez-Chacarra -110

Kalle Samooja -115 vs. Andy Ogletree -105

Branden Grace -115 vs. Bubba Watson -105

Ian Poulter -129 vs. Phil Mickelson +108

Jinichiro Kozuma -115 vs. Pat Perez -105

Lee Westwood -129 vs. Danny Lee +108

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Need to Know

One of the top courses in Tennessee, The Grove welcomes LIV Golf for its debut as host. There is some history with The Grove hosting the Korn Ferry Tour Simmons Bank Open the previous three years. In those events the winning scores were 17-under (twice) and 16-under. The course will play slightly different, though, with par at 71 due to a modification of the second hole making scoring even more difficult. The track also stretches to nearly 7,300 yards, which isn’t overly long but it isn’t a pushover either. Generous fairways will allow most players to take shots off the tee. However, missing fairways and greens could prove to be fatal. The trend of first-time winners continues last time out in Houston with Ortiz topping the field by a shot. He is the fifth inaugural champion in eight tournaments this season.

LIV Golf Nashville Matchup Picks

Jon Rahm +120 vs. Bryson DeChambeau

Considering the odds and Rahm’s WD from the U.S. Open with a foot injury it might be foolish to back the Spaniard. I’m guessing Rahm is ready to go since he was considering playing last week, and the time off likely did him some good. At the same time DeChambeau is teeing it up for the third straight week and coming off an emotional win at Pinehurst. We all know how the follow up usually goes and Rahm can tap into his strengths on this course allowing him to prevail at a healthy price.

Louis Oosthuizen -105 vs. Brooks Koepka

Another golfer that didn’t play last week, Oosthuizen was enjoying a run of fine form before his WD in Houston. His previous five LIV starts included a pair of runner-up finishes along with a T7. He also had a T8 from earlier in the year and posted consecutive victories on the DP World Tour in December. Possessing power and precision, Oosthuizen has the goods to successfully navigate The Grove.

Abraham Ancer -115 vs. Adrian Meronk

One of those five first-time winners this season, Ancer has the game to reel off a few more before it’s all said and done. He followed his win in Hong Kong with three successive top 10s before stumbling in Houston. That tournament was a classic example of the three round format and how one bad day can spoil the week. Ancer played the final 36 holes at 7-under overcoming an opening 75 to finish in the top half of the field.

David Puig -105 vs. Cameron Tringale

I backed Puig in the outright and with favorable odds I’m also backing him in this matchup. He’s been brilliant on the Asian Tour with two wins among five top 5s in his last seven starts. And that magic finally transcended to LIV Golf with his best showing last time out in Houston. The best amateur player a few years ago, Puig earned a share of third in Houston finishing two shots off the lead. His overall play at the U.S. Open wasn’t spectacular, but he made the cut and played the middle 36 holes at 3-under, which was encouraging.

Sergio Garcia -105 vs. Talor Gooch

Last week’s T12 was a bonus for Garcia, who was a late addition to the U.S. Open field. It continued a stretch of strong play for the veteran that started in April with a playoff loss at LIV Golf Miami. That result may have been more frustrating since it was his second extra-hole loss of the season. Also, if hitting fairways and greens in regulation are as important as most think they will be this week, Garcia stands out ranking in the top 5 in both categories.

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