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LIV Golf Jeddah Matchups Odds

There’s a lot at stake this week with the final individual tournament of the season taking place at LIV Golf Jeddah. The season-long individual champion will be crowned with the winner claiming the $18 million prize. Bryson DeChambeau put himself in position to win with his victory last time out in Chicago, his second title in the last three events, and he opened as the betting favorite in the outright market. Cameron Smith enters as the points leader having alternated wins with DeChambeau over the last four tournaments. Brooks Koepka won his first LIV Golf title in Jeddah last year and is one of five former course winners in the field. Second favorite Dustin Johnson won the Saudi International twice with Abraham Ancer, Harold Varner III and Graeme McDowell also emerging victorious at Saudi Arabia’s luxurious Royal Greens Golf & Country Club. Visit for a complete list of matchup betting odds when you’re ready to place a wager.

LIV Golf Jeddah Matchup Odds

Bryson DeChambeau -135 vs. Dustin Johnson +104

Cameron Smith -140 vs. Talor Gooch +108

Brooks Koepka -130 vs. Patrick Reed -101

Joaquin Niemann -120 vs. Mito Pereira -110

Abraham Ancer -115 vs. Anirban Lahiri -115

Sebastian Munoz +113 vs. Dean Burmester -145

Sergio Garcia -105 vs. Harold Varner III -125

Marc Leishman -135 vs. Henrik Stenson +104

Jason Kokrak -120 vs. Cameron Tringale -110

Brendan Steele -130 vs. Louis Oosthuizen -101

Peter Uihlein -110 vs. Thomas Pieters -120

Charles Howell III -115 vs. Carlos Ortiz -115

Branden Grace -130 vs. Richard Bland -101

David Puig -125 vs. Paul Casey -105

Matthew Wolff +113 vs. Ian Poulter -145

Kevin Na-101 vs. Sam Horsfield -130

Matt Jones -101 vs. Eugenio Lopez-Chacarra -130

Bubba Watson -160 vs. Pat Perez +125

Graeme McDowell -150 vs. Lee Westwood +117

Phil Mickelson -101 vs. Charl Schwartzel -130

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Royal Greens is familiar to most in the 48-player field having hosted last year’s LIV event and entertaining the Saudi International on the DP World Tour and Asian Tour. Opened in 2017 the course is up for several WGA awards this year. Former course champ McDowell commented on the layout saying, “It’s a really good golf course. The way the wind blows here you have to hit a lot of different shots. It asks all the questions.” Stretched to 7,048 yards at par 70, it’s a short course by pro standards with wide open fairways and a few bunkers. Nestled on the Red Sea coast, wind serves as the primary defense, but the course can definitely be overpowered off the tee. And low scores are out there. Koepka and Peter Uihlein tied for the 54-hole lead last year at 12-under while Ancer and DJ both carded a 72-hole 19-under to win the Saudi International.

LIV Golf Jeddah Matchup Picks

Abraham Ancer -115 vs. Anirban Lahiri

While the course won’t scare any of the players dealing with the conditions is always a factor. Ancer has successfully navigated his way through worse and dealing with wind is something not everyone is comfortable with. Apparently Ancer is well-adjusted to the elements winning the 2023 Saudi International with a tournament course record 19-under, which came just a few months after he earned a top 10 in the LIV tournament at the same venue. He’s also enjoying a nice stretch with top 5s in his last three worldwide starts.

Matthew Wolff +113 vs. Ian Poulter

I can see why Wolff is offered at plus odds. I can also see the value in backing him at this price. He’s been inconsistent everywhere else but at Royal Greens where he captured a T6 at the Saudi International in 2022 and followed that with a T10 back in February. In between Wolff calmly finished 10-under for 5th at last year’s LIV Golf tournament. His success at this joint has me eagerly backing him.

David Puig -125 vs. Paul Casey

One of the youngest players in LIV Golf, Puig is starting to feel comfortable in his surroundings and it paid off last week with a win on the Asian Tour. His first pro triumph came in dominant style by five shots even though he carded a closing 73. He also had his two best LIV finishes over the summer with a 7th at Andalucia and a 4th at Greenbrier. The best run of form in his career also an additional T15 on the Asian Tour.

Dustin Johnson +104 vs. Bryson DeChambeau

Two wins in the previous three LIV tournaments put DeChambeau atop the outright odds list and as a big favorite in this matchup. It is Dustin Johnson we’re talking about and catching a player of his caliber at plus odds won’t happen often. And DJ is another former winner at Royal Greens, doing it twice with an addition runner-up at the Saudi International. Five of the top 7 in this tournament last year were among the leaders off the tee, and DJ can hit the ball. Bryson might be the best at it, but his winner’s hangover will play a role.

Peter Uihlein -110 vs. Thomas Pieters

After a hot start that saw him finish among the top 11 in his first five LIV starts, Uihlein cooled off over the summer. We saw him pick up the pace recently starting with a top 5 in Chicago and a T22 in the DP World Tour’s Alfred Dunhill Links Championship last week. While the finish wasn’t great his opening 64 was. In those events Uihlein posted a scoring average of 68 leaving him open to low scores at Royal Greens.

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