Genesis Scottish Open Golf Matchups - Bet on PGA Tour

Genesis Scottish Open PGA Matchup Odds

The Genesis Scottish Open got a major boost a few years ago with the alliance between the PGA Tour and DP World Tour. Already a prestigious Rolex Series event the tournament is the first to be co-sanctioned by the two supreme golf circuits thus attracting a stronger field. Played on the links-style Renaissance Club in North Berwick, it also serves as a warm up for The Open Championship taking place next week. Some of golf’s best sit at the top of the odds board with defending champion Rory McIlroy the betting favorite in the outright market with world No. 3 Xander Schauffele close behind. The two are featured in a tournament matchup with no clear-cut

Genesis Scottish Open Matchup Odds

Rory McIlroy -110 vs. Xander Schauffele -110

Rory McIlroy -159 vs. Collin Morikawa +132

Xander Schauffele -153 vs. Collin Morikawa +127

Ludvig Aberg -120 vs. Viktor Hovland +100

Ludvig Aberg vs. -125 Tommy Fleetwood +105

Viktor Hovland -110 vs. Tommy Fleetwood -110

Tom Kim -120 vs. Hideki Matsuyama +100

Matt Fitzpatrick -110 vs. Justin Thomas -110

Brian Harman -105 vs. Jordan Spieth -115

Sungjae Im -129 vs. Sahith Theegala +108

Corey Conners -110 vs. Aaron Rai -110

Sepp Straka +106 vs. Robert MacIntyre -127

Wyndham Clark -135 vs. Max Homa +113

Min Woo Lee -157 vs. Byeong Hun An +130

Christiaan Bezuidenhout -134 vs. Adam Scott +112

Thomas Detry -138 vs. Nicolai Hojgaard +115

Billy Horschel +106 vs. Si Woo Kim -127

Alex Noren -125 vs. Denny McCarthy +105

Tom McKibbin -105 vs. Ryan Fox -115

Rasmus Hojgaard -134 vs. Matt Wallace +112

Tom Hoge -110 vs. Erik Van Rooyen -110

Kurt Kitayama -105 vs. Sebastian Soderberg -115

Matthieu Pavon -132 vs. Adam Hadwin +110

Justin Rose +130 vs. Jordan Smith -157

Ben Griffin -128 vs. Rickie Fowler +107

Bernd Wiesberger +100 vs. Ewen Ferguson -120

Seamus Power -120 vs. Cam Davis +100

Austin Eckroat -102 vs. Eric Cole -118

Laurie Canter +115 vs. Victor Perez -138

Lucas Glover -110 vs. Mackenzie Hughes -110

Kevin Yu -127 vs. Doug Ghim +106

Thorbjorn Olesen -102 vs. Guido Migliozzi -118

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Need to Know

Hosting for the sixth straight time, The Renaissance Club is a typical links course that dominate in this region. There have been modifications to the property since becoming host with a reduction in yardage from previous years. At 7,237 yards it’s not long by Tour standards with the elements on the exposed course being the primary defense. Links players should typically have an advantage and that was the case last year when Rory McIlroy prevailed by one swing over Scot native Robert MacIntyre. The first three editions at the Renaissance Club all went to extra holes with the last two decided by a single shot.

Genesis Scottish Open Matchup Picks

Xander Schauffele -110 vs. Rory McIlroy

The previous two winners of this tournament going head to head is a treat. This is the first time we’ve seen McIlroy since his vapor lock at the U.S. Open and it’s hard to say if he’s yet to recover. Meanwhile, Schauffele just keeps plugging along with a made-cut streak up to 50 with 11 finishes this season inside the top 10. Winning his first major at the PGA Championship is May hasn’t affected him going T8-T7-T13 in three starts since.

Brian Harman -105 vs. Jordan Spieth

A trip across the pond has to bring back some good memories for Harman, who won The Open at Royal Liverpool last year for his first major championship soon after a T12 in this tournament. And he’s playing well heading into the overseas trip with nine top 25s this season, including in each of his last two starts. He was T21 at the U.S. Open and most recently carded a final round 62 at the Travelers to earn a share of ninth.

Christiaan Bezuidenhout -134 vs. Adam Scott

Bezuidenhout earned his stripes on the DP World Tour winning three times before making the leap to the PGA side. And while he’s yet to win since the move, the South African has been close stringing together 10 top 25 finishes in 17 starts. He returned to the DP Tour in April finishing tied for third at the ISPS Handa Championship and two years ago was T16 here. I don’t typically back players at this price but Bezuidenhout can work this course.

Bernd Wiesberger +100 vs. Ewen Ferguson

His stint in LIV Golf didn’t work out so Wiesberger returned to the DP World Tour and is having a fine season so far. One of his eight DP Tour wins came in this tournament in 2019, the first played at The Renaissance. He won in a playoff with a course tournament record -22. Wiesberger has six top 25s in his last seven starts, including a T2 at last month’s European Open.

Aaron Rai -110 vs. Corey Conners

Strong recent form has me leaning toward Rai in this matchup. He was co-runner-up at the Rocket Mortgage Classic and T7 at the John Deere in his last two starts. Prior to that he earned a top 20 at the U.S. Open and was T14 in Canada. I’m counting on his run of solid shots continuing on a course that saw Rai miss the cut in his past two visits.

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