LIV Golf Bedminster Odds, Field & Predictions

LIV Golf Bedminster Odds, Field & Predictions

For just the second time this year, LIV Golf visits a course the circuit competed on in 2022 as the series moves from West Virginia to New Jersey in a rare instance where the tour will play in back-to-back weeks. Here the LIV Golf Bedminster Betting Preview!

LIV Golf Odds

Last year, Henrik Stenson won the first LIV Golf event he competed in, defeating Matthew Wolff and Dustin Johnson by two strokes in shooting a -11 over 54 holes.

Bryson DeChambeau comes in with the most momentum, becoming just the seventh golfer in the professional history of the sport to shoot a 58. He so in the final round of the event at The Greenbrier last Sunday, cruising to a six-stroke victory over Mito Pereira. The 29-year-old big hitter jumped up to fifth place in the season-long standings with the victory.

The Course

Trump National Golf Club Bedminster contains 36 holes of golf, which were designed by Tom Fazio and Tom Fazio II. Golf Digest and Golf Magazine ranks the Old Course as one of the top-100 courses in the United States. It’s a par-71, lengthy 7,591-yard course that the LIV pros will tackle on three occasions.

The tail end of the course is marked by a reachable par 4 for hole No. 17, but for those going for the green in one, both water and sand will hahas logged five ve to be dodged. The safer play is to lay up and then take a wedge onto the green, but if players are in need of making up strokes, you could see some going for the gold (or green, in this case). The 18th is a par 5 that can also be reached in two if a player is willing to take on the water.

Can DeChambeau Win Two in a Row?

Bryson DeChambeau’s (+800)

A long and straight hitter will fare well at Bedminster, and of course, that plays right into Bryson DeChambeau’s wheelhouse. DeChambeau finished 31st here last year, but his first season with LIV was a struggle as he recovered from injuries. He’s been a new man since April, when he recorded a top 10 at the Masters and has logged a finish no worse than 13th in his last five LIV tournaments, including last week’s win and a runner-up at Valderrama.

Other LIV Golf Bedminster Contenders

Cameron Smith (+1100) and Dustin Johnson

Two perennial favorites are next in the odds: Cameron Smith & Dustin Johnson. This is Smith’s first turn on this course, as he was still playing on the PGA Tour at this time last year. Smith also followed up his win in LIV Golf London last month with a 35th-place effort last week at The Greenbrier. Johnson wasn’t much better, settling for 32nd in West Virginia. As part of his excellent 2022 season, however, Johnson did tie for runner-up on this course a year ago.

Mito Pereira (+1400)

Has had an up and down year so far in his first LIV season, where he either finishes in the top six (five times) or outside the top 15 (also five times). He was runner-up to DeChambeau last week, but he’s only come in the top 10 in back-to-back events just once this season.

Talor Gooch (+1400)

Widened his lead in the points with an 11th-place finish last week, as the only three-time winner in LIV history has his eye on the season-long championship. Gooch shot a 64 in the second round here last year on his way to a tie for sixth.

Brooks Koepka (+1400)

Remains in third in the standings despite coming in 41st last week. After winning in LIV Golf Orlando and the PGA Championship this past spring, Koepka has cooled a bit, but he still has three top-six finishes in his last six LIV tournaments. Last year, he wound up tied for 11th here in New Jersey, so he has some experience to draw from.

Patrick Reed (+1600)

After coming in second in London, Patrick Reed finished a disappointing 37th at The Greenbrier last week. The American has four top-five finishes in 10 starts, however, and wound up fifth at Bedminster last year.  he’s been one of golfers closest to winning on the LIV circuit without having done so yet.

Harold Varner III (+1800)

Continued his strong play by coming in sixth last week. It’s his fourth top 10 in six events—including a win in Washington, D.C.—and also a 12th in London. His only poor finish in this run was a 38th at Valderrama in Spain. He’s got three straight top-10 finishes in U.S.-based events.

LIV Golf Bedminster Longshots

Dean Burmester (+2500)

Didn’t compete here in 2022, but the South African is playing some solid golf as of late. His eighth-place finish last week was his fourth top 10 of the year, and he hasn’t placed worse than 19th in seven of his last eight LIV tournaments.

Henrik Stenson (+3000)

Shocked most observers by winning last year, as his final year on the PGA Tour before switching to LIV was not his best, to say the least. The Swede owns a fifth and a ninth among his last four LIV events, but in West Virginia, he was only good enough for 27th out of the 48-man field.

Matthew Wolff (+3500)

Was tied for Johnson with runner-up honors here in 2022. Also playing in Wolff’s favor is recent form, as he came home fifth last week at LIV Golf Greenbrier. He started the season well with results of 10, 12, and 5 before struggling for a bit. His fifth-place effort last week snapped a five-tournament run where his best finish was 34th.

DeChambeau is someone who can maintain his form and ride a hot streak, so we’ll back him despite the lower odds. We also like Pereira, Gooch, Varner, and Wolff to contend for the $4 million winner’s share of the purse.

2023 LIV Golf Bedminster Odds by Jazzsports

Bryson DeChambeau+800
Cameron Smith+1100
Dustin Johnson+1200
Brooks Koepka+1400
Mito Pereira+1400
Talor Gooch+1400
Patrick Reed+1600
Harold Varner III+1800
Joaquin Niemann+2000
Sebastian Munoz+2000

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