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LIV Golf Greenbrier Odds

After nearly a month off LIV golf is back in action returning stateside for LIV Golf Greenbrier, the 10th of 14 tournaments this season. It seemed like only a matter of time before Cameron Smith visited the winner’s circle and it happened last time out in London with a one shot win for his first title this season and second overall. As a result, Smith is positioned as the betting favorite when the field heads to The Greenbrier in West Virginia this week. Smith is now the fourth player with multiple titles with the other three among the favorites on the outright odds board at 16/1 or shorter. A winner in Orlando in April, Brooks Koepka is the second favorite with Tulsa champ Dustin Johnson matched with Bryson DeChambeau as the third favorites. Despite winning half of the previous six tournaments, Talor Gooch is the sixth favorite. Visit for a complete list of betting odds when you’re ready to place a wager.

LIV Golf Greenbrier Betting Odds

Cameron Smith +750

Brooks Koepka +1100

Bryson DeChambeau +1400

Dustin Johnson +1400

Patrick Reed +1400

Joaquin Niemann +1600

Talor Gooch +1600

Sebastian Munoz +1800

Cameron Tringale +2000

Harold Varner III +2000

Jason Kokrak +2500

Mito Pereira +2500

Sergio Garcia +2500

Kevin Na +2800

Louis Oosthuizen +2800

Branden Grace +3000

Henrik Stenson +3000

Thomas Pieters +3000

Peter Uihlein +3300

Abraham Ancer +4000

Anirban Lahiri +4000

Dean Burmester +4000

Paul Casey +4000

Marc Leishman +4500

Brendan Steele +5000

Carlos Ortiz +5000

Charles Howell III +5000

Ian Poulter +5000

Pat Perez +5000

Laurie Canter +6500

Richard Bland +7000

Odds Analysis

Branden Grace +3000

We’ve seen players closer to the top of the odds board prevail this season with the last five winners at 20/1 or shorter. So meandering down the list might not be the best move. A seemingly strong fit for course with his accurate drives and solid irons is Grace, who isn’t that far removed from the leaders. He’s a previous winner claiming the prize in Portland last year and is happy to be back in the states where his best finishes have taken place. He was runner-up in DC with a podium finish in Tulsa among his three top 11s in four US-based events.

Kevin Na +2800

It’s been an up and down season for Na but he should feel comfortable on The Greenbrier track as a former winner on the property. Na won the 2018 Military Tribute at The Greenbrier by five-swings for his second PGA Tour title ending a drought that spanned seven years. Na hasn’t finished better than eighth this year but he is coming off his best round of the season when he carded a 7-under at Centurion Club.

Joaquin Niemann +1600

Sticking with the theme of players high on the odds list and former winners at The Greenbrier, Niemann is next on the list. And the list is and has been in alphabetical order by last name if you haven’t been paying attention. Anyway, Niemann was the last to win on the course claiming the Military Tribute at The Greenbrier in 2019 by a record six shots. The event was discontinued for the following year due to dwindling attendance.

Thomas Pieters +3000

There’s a lot more to his game than just massive drives. Unfortunately Pieters hasn’t had much of a chance to show off. He likely won’t this week given the length of the course but nailing some of the driveable par 4s can put Pieters in a nice position to score low. And he’s coming off his best finish in LIV this season going 9-under over the first 36 holes to place 10th in London. His even-par third round was actually an improvement after going a combined 3-over in his last two starts.

Patrick Reed +1400

He’s won on every tour he’s played so the time is coming for his first LIV title. Reed came close in London finishing in tie for second one shot behind Cam Smith. The result didn’t seem possible after a 7-shot opening round deficit. Reed had the second-best Day 2 round at 7-under and made up three more shots in the close but still finished shy. He’s placed among the top 5 in four of his last seven starts and has scored over par in only one of his last 21 rounds.

Course: The Greenbrier (Old White) – 7,186 yards, par 71

Four courses span the property at The Greenbrier, a luxury resort located in the Allegheny Mountains of West Virginia. LIV will tee it up on the Old White Course, which according to their website measures 7,186 yards at par 71. That’s not long but numerous hazards make up for the lack of distance by increasing the level of difficulty. The Greenbrier has hosted several major events, including the 1979 Ryder Cup, which was the first contested under the current USA vs. Europe format. Between 2010 and 2019 the property hosted the PGA Tour’s Greenbrier Classic, which in its last playing saw Joaquin Niemann post a tournament record six shot victory. Current LIVers Danny Lee and Kevin Na also won the Greenbrier Classic.

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