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LIV Golf Jeddah Odds

The final regular season event has the 48-player field in Saudi Arabia for LIV Golf Jeddah. All individual competitions will be completed this week with Bryson DeChambeau, Cameron Smith and Talor Gooch vying for the season-long championship and the bonanza that comes with it. DeChambeau vaulted up the standings with his second win in three tournaments besting the field by a stroke in Chicago. He and Smith have traded titles over the last four events and along with Gooch the trio has seven of the 12 titles this season. That’s why they’re battling for the season award. Not surprisingly the three are among the top four on the odds board with DeChambeau leading the way and Dustin Johnson next in line. Defending champ Brooks Koepka is fifth on the board. Visit for a complete list of betting odds when you’re ready to place a wager.

LIV Golf Jeddah Betting Odds

Bryson Dechambeau +825

Dustin Johnson +1205

Cameron Smith +1250

Talor Gooch +1650

Brooks Koepka +1750

Joaquin Niemann +2015

Abraham Ancer +2050

Patrick Reed +2250

Dean Burmester +2250

Mito Pereira +2350

Sebastian Munoz +2550

Anirban Lahiri +2750

Brendan Steele +2850

Sergio Garcia +3050

Harold Varner III +3350

Jason Kokrak +3450

Thomas Pieters +3450

Marc Leishman +3550

Carlos Ortiz +4050

Branden Grace +4250

Cameron Tringale +4250

Peter Uihlein +4450

Louis Oosthuizen +4550

Charles Howell III +4550

Eugenio Lopez-Chacarra +4650

Henrik Stenson +4750

David Puig +5050

Richard Bland +5050

Paul Casey +5050

Bubba Watson +5050

Sam Horsfield +5450

Ian Poulter +5550

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Odds Analysis

Abraham Ancer +2050

There’s plenty to be said about players having success on a certain layout. Ancer won the Saudi International at Royal Greens at 19-under in January, just a few months after placing among the top 10 at the LIV Golf event here. All seven rounds were at or below par with a scoring average of 66.14. And he enters on a run of good form with top 5s in each of his last three starts. He placed 5th in Chicago and was T3 in Bedminster. In between those LIV events Ancer was T4 in the Asian Tour’s International Series.

Dustin Johnson +1205

Again, previous success on this layout is something to consider and Johnson has it winning two of the five Saudi International tournaments along with a runner-up. He also claimed a top 5 when LIV Golf visited last year. And DJ got greased up for his return to Royal Greens earning a T11 at Bedminster and t9 last time out in Chicago. This looks like the right time to back him.

Brooks Koepka +1750

Okay, just one more previous course winner on my outright list, I promise. While he’s been below average recently, at least by his standards, going 1-1-1 in the Ryder Cup with nothing better than a T24 in his last four overall starts, Koepka is a strong pick as the defending champ and his record in this part of the world. I thought Team USA did him a disservice not including at least one other LIV golfer on the Ryder Cup team and with that behind him it’s time to get swinging.

David Puig +5050

While the cream has risen to the top of LIV Golf recently there have been some unsuspecting winners in the past. One player gunning for a title is Puig, who experienced victory for the first time as a professional last week on the Asian Tour. That just capped a solid run of form that included two top 7s on LIV and two other top 14s on the Asian Tour. He was the 36-hole leader twice in that stretch and his price carries plenty of value.

Matthew Wolff +6050

Just about a year ago it looked like Wolff was ready to take off, and he did sort of. With past demons behind him, Wolff’s run ironically started at Royal Greens last year with a top 5 in this event. That started a stretch of five straight top 10s worldwide that included a stop in the Saudi International. He’s cooled off since, but his history on this track is something to admire as is the payout following a win.

Course: Royal Greens Golf & Country Club – 7,048 yards, Par 70

Opened in 2017 the course is relatively new but has hosted several professional tournaments in its history, including last year’s LIV Golf Invitational. At less than 7,100 yards it’s a tidy layout that has been nominated for numerous World Golf Awards this year. The biggest defense is Mother Nature with stiff breezes off the Red Sea affecting where a golf ball travels. A number of players in the field have experienced Royal Greens with five of them previous course winners. Koepka beat Peter Uihlein in a playoff last year for his first LIV title with the two finishing 54 holes at 12-under. Abraham Ancer and Dustin Johnson won the Saudi International with a tournament course record 19-under. Harold Varner III and Graeme McDowell are other previous winners.

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