2024 LIV Golf Singapore Matchups - Bet on LIV Golf

2024 LIV Golf Singapore Matchups Odds

Reaching the midway point of the 2024 season, the field heads to Southeast Asia for LIV Golf Singapore with Jon Rahm once again listed as the betting favorite in the outright market. That’s been the case in each of the first six tournaments this year with Rahm still searching for his first victory. It’s hard to consider the season a bust, though, with Rahm placing among the top 10 in every event, the only LIV golfer to accomplish that. Each of the last three tournaments had a first-timer in the winner’s circle with Brendan Steele emerging for a one-shot win in Australia. He followed Dean Burmester (Miami) and Abraham Ancer (Hong Kong) giving Rahm and others a jolt of confidence. Talor Gooch won for the second time in as many starts when he triumphed at Sentosa Golf Club last year knocking off Sergio Garcia in a playoff. Visit BookMaker.eu for a complete updated list of matchup betting odds when you’re ready to place a wager.

LIV Golf Singapore Matchup Odds

Jon Rahm -127 vs. Joaquin Niemann +106

Cameron Smith -125 vs. Brooks Koepka +105

Talor Gooch +106 vs. Louis Oosthuizen -127

Dean Burmester -129 vs. Abraham Ancer +108

Dustin Johnson -110 vs. Carlos Ortiz -110

Sergio Garcia +106 vs. Patrick Reed -127

Paul Casey -120 vs. Adrian Meronk +100

Lucas Herbert +100 vs. Marc Leishman -120

Mito Pereira -120 vs. Charles Howell III +100

Cameron Tringale -129 vs. Jason Kokrak +108

Peter Uihlein -163 vs. Henrik Stenson +135

Richard Bland -135 vs. Kevin Na +113

Thomas Pieters +100 vs. Matthew Wolff -120

Anirban Lahiri +115 vs. David Puig -138

Brendan Steele -128 vs. Harold Varner III +107

Charl Schwartzel -105 vs. Bubba Watson -115

Matt Jones -127 vs. Scott Vincent +106

Caleb Surratt -115 vs. Sebastian Munoz -105

Eugenio Lopez-Chacarra +108 vs. Branden Grace -129

Graeme McDowell -115 vs. Ian Poulter -105

Phil Mickelson -110 vs. Pat Perez -110

Danny Lee -105 vs. Jinichiro Kozuma -115

Andy Ogletree -127 vs. Sam Horsfield +106

Lee Westwood +100 vs. Martin Kaymer -120

Tyrrell Hatton +106 vs. Bryson DeChambeau -127

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Need to Know

After a twirl around a layout measuring less than 7,000 yards last week, the field makes a switch to the 7,406 yard The Serapong at Sentosa Golf Club. Current LIV players Sergio Garcia and Ian Poulter won the European Tour’s Singapore Open, which was played at Sentosa from 2005 to 2022. Those wins, however, came before a major renovation to the property in 2020. Yardage was added yet it’s still wide open off the tee with generous fairways. Numerous bunkers and plenty of water serve as a defense, though they are unlikely to play a significant role in the scoring. Last year Gooch and Garcia finished 17-under after 54 holes with Brooks Koepka at 16-under. In all 12 of the 48 players finished 10-under or better.

LIV Golf Singapore Matchup Picks

Jon Rahm -127 vs. Joaquin Niemann

Looking for all value picks is harder with LIV matchups such the field is smaller than a PGA event. So I’m taking a different approach and betting the hot hands. Rahm is one of the hottest finishing no worse than T8 in every start. He placed third in two of those starts and was fourth in another and on four occasions he was within three shots of the winner. It’s hard to go against Niemann with the run he’s had but I like the way Rahm is playing.

Cameron Smith -125 vs. Brooks Koepka

There is some wiggle room in matchups and even though Smith hasn’t won this season doesn’t mean he hasn’t been good. Taking out his WD in Miami a few weeks ago, Smith has two seconds and four top 10s among his seven top 20s in his last nine starts. Over his last three completed starts Smith has a P2 in Hong Kong, T6 at the Masters and T14 in Adelaide last week.

Sergio Garcia +106 vs. Patrick Reed

Two of the more disappointing LIV players go head to head with Garcia at plus odds. Based on his recent history at Sentosa and his price I’ll back Sergio. In three starts at the joint on the Euro circuit, Garcia finished no worse than T11 with a title in 2018. He was up to his old tricks on this stop last year going to a playoff before succumbing to Talor Gooch. Still, the course has been good to him and I like the large sample size.

Phil Mickelson -110 vs. Pat Perez

These two have been paired against each other in just about every tournament and the results have been close. After both finished T51 in the Mayakoba season opener, the two have alternated head-to-head wins with Perez having the better finish in three of the last five. That means it’s Mickelson’s turn and based on his history I’ll back him. Lefty is making his eighth start at Sentosa so he has the course knowledge. And he turned that into a T13 last year.

Louis Oosthuizen -127 vs. Talor Gooch

Few have been as good as Oosthuizen since the end of February. And his run of success goes back even further. In December he won consecutive DP World Tour events and he has three runner-up showings in his last five overall starts, including last week in Adelaide when he finished one shot behind Brendan Steele. His current run started with a runner-up on the Asian Tour and also includes a T7 at LIV Golf Miami. I’ll back Oosty on his hot streak.

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