2024 LIV Golf Nashville Odds - Bet on LIV Golf

2024 LIV Golf Nashville Odds

Following his epic 1-shot victory at the U.S. Open for his second major championship, Bryson DeChambeau opened as the betting favorite for this week’s LIV Golf Nashville. For the second straight tournament the League has a new host with The Grove having honors, which isn’t a surprise since LIV CEO Greg Norman was instrumental in the design of the layout. A trend of first-time winners continued a few weeks ago in Houston when Carlos Ortiz pocketed the $4 million prize, the fourth first-time champion in the past five tournaments and the fifth overall in eight events this season. All eyes, though, will be on DeChambeau and his follow-up with Jon Rahm expected to be in the field after skipping the U.S. Open due to a foot injury. Rahm opened as the second favorite along with Joaquin Niemann. Visit BookMaker.eu for a complete list of betting odds when you’re ready to place a wager.

LIV Golf Nashville Betting Odds

Bryson DeChambeau +700

Joaquin Niemann +1100

Jon Rahm +1100

Brooks Koepka +1200

Tyrrell Hatton +1400

Sergio Garcia +1600

Talor Gooch +1600

Cameron Smith +1800

Carlos Ortiz +2000

Louis Oosthuizen +2000

Dean Burmester +2500

Dustin Johnson +2500

Patrick Reed +2500

Abraham Ancer +3000

Adrian Meronk +3300

Lucas Herbert +3300

Marc Leishman +3300

Paul Casey +3300

Cameron Tringale +3500

David Puig +3500

Matthew Wolff +3500

Richard Bland +4000

Thomas Pieters +4000

Kevin Na +6500

Anirban Lahiri +7000

Jason Kokrak +7000

Sebastian Munoz +7000

Mito Pereira +7500

Brendan Steele +8000

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Odds Analysis

Louis Oosthuizen +2000

If the back ailment that forced his withdrawal in Houston has healed I like Oosthuizen to join the ranks of first-time LIV winners. He was playing well before the WD with two runner-up finishes and a T7 in his previous five LIV starts. He also boasts the metrics that will play well on The Grove with the second-best fairway hit percentage. He’s also been putting at a high level leading to back-to-back wins on the DP World Tour in December.

David Puig +3500

I’ve been high on Puig for some time based on his play on the Asian Tour, where over his last seven starts he has a pair of wins and three additional top 5s. That strong play failed to cross over into his LIV career, though. That was until last time out in Houston where he finished with a share of third, two shots off the pace. It was his best result in 24 LIV starts. His middle rounds at the U.S. Open were probably the best of his career given the circumstances going 3-under over those 36 holes. Unfortunately the bookends weren’t as good.

Jon Rahm +1100

The host course this week offers up a great opportunity for Rahm to display his overall talent while also reaching the pinnacle of LIV Golf. Of course a lot depends on his recovery from a foot injury that forced him out of the U.S. Open. Hitting fairways and greens in regulation is always helpful and also things Rahm does well. They’re also paramount in getting the best of The Grove. Some of the top players are teeing off for a third straight week with Rahm having some down time, which should also be helpful.

Patrick Reed +2500

We’ve seen Reed pick up his game recently and he too is a good fit for the host layout. His run of strong form started in March with a top 5 at the Macau International Series event and continued to Houston earlier this month with a T3. He has three additional top 15s in between. Known for his precision and accuracy, The Grove is a nice layout for Reed to display those traits.

Cameron Smith +1800

There isn’t much to make you think Smith has a shot at winning. Recent results have been horrific that included a T48 in his last LIV Golf event in Houston. But Smith did make the cut at the U.S. Open, which was an accomplishment, and he was consistent with three 72s and a 71. Not good enough to contend but a strong sign on a difficult course that his game is coming back. It’s been rare for smith to endure long stretches of poor play so a bounce back is in the cards.

Course: The Grove – 7,297 yards, par 71

Opened in 2012 The Grove is relatively new but it has made its mark in the golfing community. The course ranks among the 10 best in Tennessee, according to Golf Digest, and hosted a Korn Ferry Tour Finals event last year. It’s also routinely hosted USGA and NCAA tournaments in the past. This, however, will be the first significant golf event in the state in a long time. The course has been modified for the LIV Golf debut with the typical par 5 second hole reduced to par 4 at 529 yards, making it the longest par 4 on the course. Generous fairways will allow big hitters to let it rip while giving the entire field a chance to score low. There are hazards, though, with strategically placed bunkers and plenty of water. Weaving its way through the property McCrory Creek has swallowed plenty of golf balls over the years.

TV Coverage: CW Network

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