LIV Golf Jeddah Odds – Golf Betting

LIV Golf Jeddah Odds – Golf Betting

As will be the case in every tournament he plays, Jon Rahm sits atop the opening odds board when the field heads to Saudi Arabia for LIV Golf Jeddah. Serving as the final individual tournament last year this event moves up on the calendar with Royal Greens Golf and Country Club becoming the first course to host three LIV Golf tournaments. There’s been only one winner, though, with Brooks Koepka prevailing in a playoff in each of the last two years. Koepka opened as the third favorite along with Mayakoba winner Joaquin Niemann. Last time out Dustin Johnson joined three others with three career LIV Golf wins topping the field in Las Vegas by a single swing. DJ hit the board as the second favorite and is the only other player with shorter than 10/1 odds. Visit for a complete list of betting odds when you’re ready to place a wager.

LIV Golf Jeddah Betting Odds

Jon Rahm +550

Dustin Johnson +997

Brooks Koepka +1100

Joaquin Niemann +1100

Talor Gooch +1400

Tyrrell Hatton +1400

Bryson Dechambeau +1400

Cameron Smith +1800

Sergio Garcia +2200

Adrian Meronk +2501

Louis Oosthuizen +2501

Mito Pereira +2501

Paul Casey +2801

Dean Burmester +2801

Matthew Wolff +3001

Abraham Ancer +3001

Jason Kokrak +3501

Peter Uihlein +3501

Charles Howell III +4001

David Puig +4001

Patrick Reed +4001

Sebastian Munoz +4501

Carlos Ortiz +4501

Harold Varner III +4501

Lucas Herbert +4501

Bubba Watson +5501

Caleb Surratt +5501

Cameron Tringale +6001

Marc Leishman +6001

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Abraham Ancer +3001

Ancer’s recent play doesn’t make me optimistic about his chances for a victory. However, he’s had success on the Royal Greens layout winning the Saudi International in January 2023 with a scorching 19-under. That effort came just a few months after he tied for 10th in the LIV Golf event at the property. In last year’s tournament Ancer overcame a lousy start to complete the final 36 holes at 9-under to climb into a tie for 11th.

Paul Casey +2801

Backing into last season and the first two stops in 2024 we’ve seen the best LIV Golfers rise to the top. That’s quite a change from earlier results when upset winners were had nearly every tournament. That’s not to say it won’t happen again and Casey is a worthy pick given his recent form and his price. He had a nice start to the season with a T11 in Mayakoba followed by a T5 in Las Vegas. In 2022 Casey earned a share of fifth in this event finishing two shots off the lead. The shorter course better suits his game making him a target in the outright market.

Brooks Koepka +1100

How can you say no to Koepka? Two of his three LIV Golf victories have come in this event with both requiring extra holes, showing just how resilient and steadfast he is. He carded a 62 in each of those tournaments while scoring below par in all six rounds with an average of 65.66. He’s been below par in all six rounds this season, though his lowest score is 3-under and he hasn’t finished better than seventh. However, this layout brings out the best in Brooks and it would be silly to fade him this week.

Cameron Smith +1800

Outside of a disastrous close in Vegas Smith hasn’t played poorly this season, just not good enough to contend for a title. And that’s not the Smith we know. One of four three-time winners in LIV Golf, Smith hasn’t had much success in two LIV starts at Royal Greens finishing outside the top 20 both times. It’s a baffling result considering his game suits the layout and he’s a proven commodity in the golf world. Even though his price isn’t quite where I’d like it to be there’s plenty of upside to backing Smith based on previous results.

Matthew Wolff +3001

It might seem like I’m backing Wolff in every tournament and there’s good reason for that. He’s overcome some obstacles in his career and last time out in Vegas he had his best finish since his second start in 2022 coming up a few shots short alone in fourth. The sweet swing was on display and more important Wolff’s confidence level was high making shots he didn’t even attempt in previous events. In 2022, Wolff grabbed a share of fifth in this tournament recording the second lowest score among the field over the final 36 holes.

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 two LIV Golf events. At less than 7,100 yards it’s a tidy layout that has been nominated for numerous World Golf Awards. 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 in 2022 and outlasted Talor Gooch last year with a combined scoring average of 65.66 over the six rounds. 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.

TV Coverage: Golf Channel, NBC

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