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LIV Golf Bedminster Odds

Following his record-setting performance last week that included a closing 58, Bryson DeChambeau emerged as the betting favorite when the field heads to New Jersey for LIV Golf Bedminster, the 11th of 14 events on the season schedule. The League gets back into the swing of things with tournaments on consecutive weekends following a nearly one-month break. DeChambeau doesn’t have a lot of time to enjoy his first LIV victory but his scores of 61-58 over the final two rounds likely won’t be matched anywhere any time soon. LIV returns to Trump National Golf Club Bedminster for the second year. Henrik Stenson prevailed in the inaugural edition claiming a 2-shot victory over Dustin Johnson and Matthew Wolff. In all 34 golfers who competed in last year’s tournament will return for another crack at the $4 million first place prize. Visit for a complete list of betting odds when you’re ready to place a wager.

LIV Golf Bedminster Betting Odds

Bryson Dechambeau +815

Cameron Smith +1000

Brooks Koepka +1200

Talor Gooch +1400

Dustin Johnson +1400

Mito Pereira +1400

Patrick Reed +1600

Harold Varner III +2000

Joaquin Niemann +2000

Sergio Garcia +2000

Sebastian Munoz +2000

Cameron Tringale +2800

Louis Oosthuizen +3000

Dean Burmester +3000

Branden Grace +3000

Jason Kokrak +3300

Matthew Wolff +3500

Henrik Stenson +3500

Carlos Ortiz +3500

Brendan Steele +4000

Charles Howell III +4500

Thomas Pieters +4500

Richard Bland +5000

Peter Uihlein +5000

Abraham Ancer +5000

Anirban Lahiri +5500

Paul Casey +5500

David Puig +6000

Laurie Canter +6000

Marc Leishman +6500

Kevin Na +6500

Ian Poulter +6500

Pat Perez +7500

Odds Analysis

Bryson Dechambeau +815

I don’t always back a player who won the previous tournament and it’s even a bigger gamble with Bedminster coming less than a week after Bryson’s historic charge at Greenbrier. What’s more interesting is that given the length of Trump National it’s a better fit for DeChambeau’s prodigious drives. He didn’t fare well last year finishing at 5-over, but we could argue his game is in a better place now. And becoming just the fourth player on any major pro tour to card a 58 is evidence of that. One great round is enough, but DeChambeau strung two together.

Dustin Johnson +1400

When you only play 54 holes one poor round can ruin your week. It wouldn’t have mattered last week, but Johnson was a combined 9-under over the first and third rounds only to be undone by a 3-over 74 in the middle. It was a bit of a setback for DJ who finished among the top nine in three of his last four LIV starts with a win in Tulsa. He also played well here last year using his powerful drives to finish third at 9-under.

Henrik Stenson +3500

Stenson’s first LIV start was a memorable one with his 2-shot victory at Bedminster last year. He hadn’t finished better than 11th in his subsequent 10 starts but got a boost of confidence recently with his two best finishes since his victory coming in his last four outings. Stenson claimed a top 5 in DC and was ninth in London flashing the all-around game that made him a folk hero in his native Sweden.

Harold Varner III +2000

The lengthier courses with few obstructions have the big hitters salivating. Varner is among the best averaging over 305 yards a drive while improving his numbers in just about every other statistical category. And it’s projected on his results with four finishes inside the top 10 in his last six LIV starts. That includes a win in DC, fourth in Tulsa and sixth last week at Greenbrier. This is his first go at Trump National, but I don’t foresee any problems.

Matthew Wolff +3500

Touted as one of the best young golfers a few years ago, Wolff has struggled with personal demons causing his game to flounder. When he’s right there’s no arguing the guy can play and being one of LIV’s longest hitters should help him this week. He returns to the site of his best LIV finish when he closed at 7-under to finish in a tie for second. He showed signs last week with a top 5 at Greenbrier opening with a 62 to finish at 16-under.

Course: Trump National Golf Club Bedminster – 7,524 yards, Par 71

Located about 40 miles west of New York City in Somerset County, the property has two championship courses. Trump National hosted the third LIV tournament last year with Stenson leading the field by 2-shots at 11-under. The veteran expertly navigated the Old Course that stretches to nearly 7,600 yards at par 71. With generous fairways and three par 5s at around 600 yards the course plays to big hitters. There a number of defenses, though, with cavernous bunkers spread around the property and surrounding nearly every green with water present throughout. Consistently ranked among the top 100 courses in the world, Trump National hosted the 2017 U.S. Women’s Open and was originally scheduled to host the 2022 PGA Championship before the Tour got political.

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