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LIV Golf Chicago Odds

Following a lengthy hiatus it’s back to Rich Harvest Farms for LIV Golf Chicago. It’s been over a month since the field last pegged it up at Bedminster with Cameron Smith winning for the second time in three tournaments matching Talor Gooch for the most titles in LIV Golf with three. Smith’s seven-shot victory at Trump National was the largest margin in LIV’s brief history. The first of Smith’s wins took place right here one year ago when he triumphed by three swings over Dustin Johnson and Peter Uihlein. So, I guess it isn’t surprising that with a win on this layout and two victories in the last three events Smith opened as the betting favorite. Bryson DeChambeau is the second favorite on the odds board and one of six players behind Smith with shorter than 20/1 odds. Visit for a complete list of betting odds when you’re ready to place a wager.

LIV Golf Chicago Betting Odds

Cameron Smith +825

Bryson Dechambeau +1225

Joaquin Niemann +1285

Dustin Johnson +1615

Patrick Reed +1650

Mito Pereira +1750

Brooks Koepka +1850

Talor Gooch +2050

Dean Burmester +2550

Harold Varner III +2750

Jason Kokrak +3050

David Puig +3150

Sergio Garcia +3250

Cameron Tringale +3250

Sebastian Munoz +3350

Abraham Ancer +3350

Branden Grace +3650

Eugenio Lopez-Chacarra +3650

Anirban Lahiri +4050

Brendan Steele +4050

Thomas Pieters +4150

Charles Howell III +4250

Louis Oosthuizen +4250

Carlos Ortiz +4250

Marc Leishman +4850

Paul Casey +5250

Richard Bland +5550

Peter Uihlein +5550

Henrik Stenson +6050

Matthew Wolff +6050

Kevin Na +6050

Matt Jones +6550

Ian Poulter +7050

Bubba Watson +7750

Phil Mickelson +8050

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Odds Analysis

Abraham Ancer +3350

The favorite doesn’t always win and the LIV Golf format allows for players further down the odds board to have a chance. Ancer has the potential to break out at any time and his recent form is promising after a sluggish start. He recorded his best LIV finish placing third at Bedminster then went for another top 5 on the Asian Tour. If nothing else he should be rested and overflowing with confidence as he looks to improve on his 27th place finish here a year ago.

Dean Burmester +2550

Also spending time on the Asian Tour during the break, Burmester had some good showings following back-to-back top 8 finishes. Burmester shot 13-under to claim eighth at Greenbrier then placed fifth at Bedminster, his second-best finish of the year. In two starts on the Asian Tour between LIV events, Burmester went T16-7. This is probably Burmester’s best run of form this year and he’s looking to capitalize.

Bryson DeChambeau +1225

Big hitters can thrive on this layout and there’s none bigger than DeChambeau. Of course there’s more to it than just hitting the snot out of the ball and DeChambeau has noticeably improved his overall game. That’s been evident in the second half of this season starting with his 7th in Tulsa and continuing on to his runner-up at Andalucia and finally his first LIV win last month at Greenbrier. DeChambeau had his best 2022 finish at Rich Harvest placing 10th.

Patrick Reed +1650

I keep saying Reed is next in line to win a LIV title and it has yet to happen. And you know the moment I stop talking about him he’s going to rise to the occasion. So, we’ll just pretend I’m backing Reed for the outright this week since he’s done just about everything but win a title. He’s finished among the top 5 in five of his 11 starts, including three times in the last four tournaments. He was fifth at Andalucia, second at London and most recently fourth at Bedminster.

Cameron Smith +825

It almost feels like I’m saving the best for last, but that’s not the case since the golfers are listed alphabetically. But Smith certainly has been the best lately. I typically try to avoid backing the favorite but I can’t resist backing the Aussie in this spot. He’s placed among the top 10 six times with wins in two of the last three tournaments. In two other starts he finished 11th and 12th. I think I’m probably losing money if I don’t back him this week.

Course: Rich Harvest Farms – 7,401 yards, Par 71

Located just outside Chicago in Sugar Grove, Illinois is this 18-hole championship golf course that’s hosted amateur competitions and collegiate events since opening in 1989. Players handled the course well last year in what was likely the first jaunt around the property for most. Smith finished 13-under while DJ and Uihlein were both -10. Stretched out to over 7,400 yards with a constant supply of trees, bunkers and water hazards, the course is demanding. But like we saw last year it isn’t overly difficult and is a nice track for the field to get back in the swing of things after five weeks off. Given the length big hitters will have every opportunity to let it fly and they will thrive as long as the ball stays in play.

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