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LIV Golf London Odds

LIV returns to where it all started with the field heading across the pond for LIV Golf London, the ninth of 14 tournaments this season. In a rarity the league plays in consecutive weeks after Talor Gooch won at Valderrama, his third title this season and overall. In reality the field is just staying in Europe since Spain was the host country last week. Anyway, we see some of the same names at the top of the odds board with two-time winner Brooks Koepka looking to match Gooch’s total as the betting favorite. Brooks finished three shots back last week while co-second favorite Bryson DeChambeau was 1-swing off the lead. Cameron Smith and Dustin Johnson are also among the top five favorites all at 12/1 or shorter on the opening line. Carl Schwartzel won the inaugural LIV event last year that took place at Centurion Club near London. Visit for a complete list of betting odds when you’re ready to place a wager.

LIV Golf London Betting Odds

Brooks Koepka +800

Bryson DeChambeau +1000

Cameron Smith +1000

Dustin Johnson +1000

Talor Gooch +1200

Patrick Reed +1600

Mito Pereira +2000

Joaquin Niemann +2200

Branden Grace +2500

Cameron Tringale +2500

Harold Varner III +2500

Sebastian Munoz +2500

Sergio Garcia +2500

Peter Uihlein +3000

Charles Howell III +3300

Dean Burmester +3300

Jason Kokrak +3300

Paul Casey +3300

Abraham Ancer +4000

Brendan Steele +4000

Carlos Ortiz +4000

Louis Oosthuizen +4000

Thomas Pieters +4000

Anirban Lahiri +5000

Henrik Stenson +5000

Eugenio Lopez-Chacarra +6000

Ian Poulter +6000

Kevin Na +6000

David Puig +7500

Laurie Canter +8000

Marc Leishman +8000

Matthew Wolff +8000

Pat Perez +8000

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Odds Analysis

Bryson DeChambeau +1000

I wanted to back the favorite however the recent play of DeChambeau has been startling and most of all consistent. He had impressive showings in the last two majors finishing T4 at the PGA Championship and T20 at the U.S. Open. And you can’t argue with his recent LIV showings going 7th in Tulsa, 10th in DC and 2nd last week. It almost seems like he’s due for a win with a strong game to complement his booming drives.

Jason Kokrak +3300

Another player seemingly on the verge of a breakthrough win is Kokrak, who has finished among the top 12 in each of the last five tournaments he completed. He had four straight top 12s before withdrawing in DC. That could have been a concern except that Kokrak responded in a positive way by finishing 6th at Valderrama despite a 3-over 74 in the middle round. That he was able to finish where he did was pretty impressive and I like his chances at Centurion Club.

Sebastian Munoz +2500

Quietly climbing up the individual points race with half of his last six starts landing him in the top 5, Munoz is on a run of strong form that has him thinking a win is out there. Not a big hitter, which is about the only negative in his game right now, Munoz can easily make up strokes in other areas. And his confidence is high after finishing fourth in each of his last two starts.

Brendan Steele +4000

While the course isn’t long it does require plenty of carry and accuracy off the tee. One player who does that as well as anyone is Steele. He’s been hampered by issues with his putter recently and that was evident last week. He has the tools and looks for better strokes that led him to a pair of top 5s in the first two events of the season. Centurion is more open which should allow for Steele to make up swings with his driver. The bottom line, though, is he needs to putt better.

Harold Varner III +2500

The euphoria of winning for the first time may have gotten the better of Varner, who followed his victory in DC with a 38th at Valderrama. I’m giving him the benefit of the doubt since he was playing consistent golf leading up to DC with a top 10 in Singapore and a 4th in Tulsa. Another strong player off the tee, Varner’s game has been strong all season and there is a team going with multiple winners so why not back one of the latest?

Course: Centurion Club – 7,068 yards, par 71

Host of the first LIV Golf event in 2022, the Centurion Clubs is also the first to host multiple LIV events. Last year’s tournament was an all-South African affair with Schwartzel beating fellow countryman Hennie du Plesis by one shot to claim the initial $4 million prize. The South African team of Schwartzel, du Plessis, Louis Oosthuizen and Branden Grace also took home the team title. At under 7,100 yards the field gets another short layout but stern test after battling Valderrama. A bulk of the yardage sits on the back nine with three of the four par 5s after the turn. Meanwhile around 80 sand traps and four major water hazards provide a level of defense. There are a few changes from last year’s edition with the ninth hole reconfigured to play 513 yards and a new tee setup at the 18th making it a 559-yard closer.

TV Coverage: CW Network

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