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LIV Golf Greenbrier Matchups Odds

After nearly a one month hiatus, LIV golf is back in action this week in the mountains of West Virginia for LIV Golf Greenbrier. It’s been an even longer wait for fans in the U.S., who haven’t been able to watch the golfers in person since late May when Harold Varner III won in DC. The 10th of 14 tournaments on the season schedule brings another new venue in The Greenbrier, but it is familiar to several players in the field. Joaquin Niemann and Kevin Na were the last two winners of the Military Tribute at The Greenbrier, a PGA Tour stop that lasted a decade. Last time out in London Cameron Smith became the fourth golfer to win multiple LIV events and hit the board as the outright betting favorite with the usual suspects close behind. Brooks Koepka, Bryson DeChambeau, Dustin Johnson and Patrick Reed round out the top five favorites and all are featured in tournament matchups. Visit for a complete updated list of matchup betting odds when you’re ready to place a wager.

LIV Golf Greenbrier Matchup Odds

Cameron Smith -139 vs. Brooks Koepka +107

Cameron Smith -144 vs. Patrick Reed +112

Brooks Koepka -125 vs. Patrick Reed -105

Bryson DeChambeau -115 vs. Dustin Johnson -115

Bryson DeChambeau -115 vs. Talor Gooch -115

Dustin Johnson -115 vs. Talor Gooch -115

Joaquin Niemann -145 vs. Sebastian Munoz +113

Joaquin Niemann -135 vs. Harold Varner III +104

Sebastian Munoz -105 vs. Harold Varner III -125

Cameron Tringale -110 vs. Mito Pereira -120

Sergio Garcia -125 vs. Louis Oosthuizen -105

Jason Kokrak -130 vs. Branden Grace -101

Peter Uihlein -101 vs. Thomas Pieters -130

Henrik Stenson +104 vs. Dean Burmester -135

Kevin Na -120 vs. Paul Casey -110

Abraham Ancer -120 vs. Charles Howell III -110

Ian Poulter +104 vs. Marc Leishman -135

Anirban Lahiri -105 vs. Brendan Steele -125

Pat Perez -115 vs. Carlos Ortiz -115

Laurie Canter -101 vs. Richard Bland -130

Eugenio Lopez-Chacarra -120 vs. Danny Lee -110

Matt Jones -115 vs. David Puig -115

Phil Mickelson +117 vs. Scott Vincent -150

Bubba Watson -140 vs. Lee Westwood +108

Bernd Wiesberger -130 vs. Graeme McDowell -101

Need to Know

The Old White course at The Greenbrier is one of four that adorn the 11,000-acre property and is primarily used for championship tournaments. The venue is no stranger to major events hosting the 1979 Ryder Cup, the 1994 Solheim Cup and a PGA Tour stop from 2010 to 2019. The LIV Golf website lists the course at 7,186 yards at par 71, though I’ve seen other numbers at different sites. Either way the course is short by pro standards but hazards are lurking so it isn’t a typical resort layout. Tree-lined fairways can obstruct drives and the greens are well defended putting an emphasis on accuracy. In the final PGA Tour event at The Greenbrier Niemann carded the second-lowest winning score at 21-under for a record six shot victory.

LIV Golf Greenbrier Matchup Picks

Branden Grace -101 vs. Jason Kokrak

I backed Grace in the outright and his odds in this matchup are too good to pass up. His best efforts have come in tournaments played in the US and being stateside after two stops in Europe has to be a relief. He’s a previous winner taking the title last year in Portland and three of his best four finishes have come in DC (2nd), Tulsa (3rd) and Tucson (11th). In addition his accuracy off the tee will be helpful in securing a low score.

Patrick Reed +112 vs. Cameron Smith

Another player getting close to the winner’s circle, Reed is another good fit for the layout. That doesn’t mean he’s going to win the thing or even play well, but it’s a start. And Reed was close to securing that first LIV W last time out in London. He was 13-under over the final 36 holes nearly overcoming a 7-shot deficit after the opener to finish a shot back. Along with a top 5 in Andalucia makes Reed’s form worth betting on.

Danny Lee -110 vs. Eugenio Lopez-Chacarra

He finished inside the top 20 just once this season, but oh was it a memorable one. Lee surprised everyone as an 80/1 longshot to win in Tucson in the second tournament of the season. That came after he placed 34th in Mayakoba. His best finish since the Arizona stop was 24th in Singapore, but he ended a string of six straight par or worse rounds by going 6-under over the final 36 holes in London. And he’s been better than his opponent most of the year.

Bryson DeChambeau -115 vs. Talor Gooch

With similar odds I was going to back Gooch in this matchup. After realizing all three of his wins came outside the US I decided to reverse course. In four US-based events Gooch hasn’t placed better than 14th while DeChambeau has finished 13th or better in each of his last four starts. DeChambeau’s best result was second in Andalucia when he lost two strokes in the final round to fall by one shot to Gooch. Revenge is a fickle mistress.

Kevin Na -120 vs. Paul Casey

I could be wrong but I don’t think Na will forget his win at The Greenbrier back in 2018. It was his second PGA Tour win and first in seven years so it was a major relief. And there wasn’t much drama since his five-swing margin was the second-largest in the history of that PGA event. He hasn’t been sharp this season finishing no better than eighth, but he salvaged a top 15 in London by going 9-under over the final 36 holes with a season-best 7-under in the middle round.

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