LIV Golf Bedminster Odds & Predictions: Bryson DeChambeau the Favorite

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The LIV Tour will go back-to-back weeks and will try to ride the momentum of Bryson DeChambeau’s 58 putting the spotlight on the tour.

This week’s event will see the LIV golfers move from The Greenbrier in West Virgina up to Trump National in Bedminster, NJ. There will be just three events, including the championship finale, remaining on the schedule after this week’s tournament.

Last week’s event was a nip-and-tuck battle… until DeChambeau put the 58 on the scorecard during the final round and ran away to a six-stroke victory over Mito Pereira. Three other golfers finished two shots back.

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It was DeChambeau’s first LIV Tour win and moved him up to fifth in the individual points race. His best previous victory was two events ago when he wound up second so his game is certainly on the rise.

In last year’s event at Bedminster, Henrik Stenson won his first and only LIV title, beating Matthew Wolff by two strokes.

We’ll see if we can fight our way through the numbers and come up with possible winners for bettors. Check out our LIV Golf Bedminster odds and predictions.

Odds to Win LIV Golf Bedminster

PlayerCaesars Sportsbook
Bryson DeChambeau+800
Cameron Smith+1000
Dustin Johnson+1200
Mito Pereira+1200
Brooks Koepka+1200
Talor Gooch+1200
Patrick Reed+1600
Joaquin Niemann+2000
Sebastian Munoz+2000
Harold Varner III+2000
Sergio Garcia+2200
Dean Burmester+2500
Brandon Grace+2800
Cameron Tringale+2800
Matthew Wolff+3000
Carlos Ortiz+3000
Louis Oosthuizen+3300
Henrik Stenson+3300
Jason Kokrak+3300

We list odds from Caesars but shop around at other top-rated sportsbooks to find the best prices on your plays.  

A Tough Tour to Handicap

We thought the PGA Tour, with 152 players teeing it up many weeks, was tough to handicap.

Welcome to the LIV Tour. The Tour’s top players heading into last week were Talor Gooch, Cam Smith, and Brooks Koepka.

With that in mind, looking at those three would be a good place to start looking for winners.

We had Gooch last week and he wound up T-11. He was the best of the three. Smith wound up 35th while Koepka was 41st.

Not exactly great numbers to handicap an upcoming tournament.

With that in mind, we’re going to try to be logical (no jokes, please) and see if we can narrow down the choices this week.

Time to Focus On a Longshot

With the favorites taking last week off, we’re going to take them out of our focus this week.

We’re going to take a flier this week and look at Matthew Wolff to win at +3000.

Now you may wonder about our reasoning, but hear us out.

Wolff hasn’t exactly been lighting it up around the world in his LIV play.

But last week he wound up fifth at The Greenbrier after three straight finishes of 40-plus. And remember, there are just 48 players in each LIV tournament.

Add to last week’s finish the fact that he was second in this tournament last year and if there’s a week he’s going to win, this would be the perfect storm.

To say he’s been struggling both on and off the course (he had a blow-up a couple of weeks ago where team captain Brooks Koepka called him a quitter) would be an understatement.

To see him come out with a rebound outing like last week is promising and at +3000, we’ll certainly take a chance.

Another Player With Success On This Field

Take a look at Dustin Johnson this week at +1200.

He wound up T-2 here last year and tied with Wolff. 

He also struggled last week, finishing 32nd but before that outing was coming off a ninth and a fifth.

He’s also won this year and is eighth in the individual points race so combined with his play here last year, we like his chances to come back from last week’s poor showing.

He’s still one of the premier players on the LIV Tour and he can’t be happy with last week’s showing.

Maybe a Repeat Champion?

Henrik Stenson, in his last four outings on the LIV Tour, has alternated great play with poor play.

Lucky for us, last week was a poor play performance as he was 27th at The Greenbrier. In the last four events, he’s finished fifth, 33rd, ninth, and 27th.

We figure he’s due for another one of those good weeks and with the good memories he’s got to have about last year’s win, why not bet on him going back-to-back?

He’s struggled since coming over to LIV (but he does have one victory) but a win here would help move him up in the individual standings as he is currently in the 25th spot.

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