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LIV Golf Bedminster Preview: July 29
LIV Golf heads to the Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, New Jersey, this weekend. Dustin Johnson comes into the weekend as the undisputed favourite, currently sitting at +550 via Sports Interaction. Looking at the odds right now, there’s a lot of good value going around for some extremely talented players to finish at the top of the leaderboard. While it’s not too much of a shock to see Johnson as the tournament favourite; I am surprised to see some of these other stars with such terrific value.
A fun little addition to LIV Golf is the team aspect. Rather than just betting on a single golfer to win a tournament, you can bet on a team to have the lowest combined score. While I like this aspect as it adds something new and fun to golf, I prefer betting on individual players because a team is only as good as its weakest link.
A few newcomers to LIV will make their debut this weekend. Some of the notable ones are Paul Casey, Charles Howell III, and Henrik Stenson; all of whom will bring new fans to the tour that is trying to change the game. I have a good feeling about these newcomers in their LIV debut as shown in my picks for this weekend.
Matthew Wolff – Tournament Winner +3500 (DraftKings): I’m taking the youngster as my longshot to win this weekend. Other sportsbooks have him valued under +3000 but DraftKings has some great value on him here at +3500. Obviously, a long shot based on these odds, but could be worth the risk.
Brooks Koepka – Tournament Winner +2000 (BetRivers): While Brooks has struggled this year on the PGA Tour, I have a strong feeling about him having a great outing this weekend. At +2000, and with most other sportsbooks valuing him at around +1600, that’s a fairly good return for the former #1 ranked golfer in the world.
Henrik Stenson – Top 10 Finish +333 (bet365): I have a good feeling about the Swedish major winner who will be looking to prove himself this weekend. I think there’s fair value with Stenson at over +300 to finish in the top 10 this weekend. Considering it's only 48 players, playing a combined 54 holes, I think Stenson will do well.
Charles Howell III – Top 5 Finish +500 (bet365): Howell has declined from when he was younger and was featured as one of the top 15 golfers in the world. Making his LIV debut, I think he’ll try to bring back some of his former glory and put on a show this weekend. At +500 I think that it’s a pretty good bet to see him in the top 5.
Paul Casey – Top 3 Finish +700 (bet365): Paul Casey is another player whose game is not quite the same as it was ten years ago. However, Casey finished in the top 3 at the Players Championship this year, showing that he’s far from being washed up. Facing perhaps less competition than on the PGA Tour, I think he’ll place in the top 3 this weekend. At +700, that’s a fairly good return.
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