2018 Ryder Cup Betting Cheat Sheet: Picks, Odds, Analysis for U.S. vs. Europe
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- The 2018 Ryder Cup will take place at Le Golf National in Paris from Sept. 28-30.
- The U.S. Team is a -150 betting favorite, while Team Europe is listed at +150. A tie between the two teams is +1500.
Find someone who doesn’t love the Ryder Cup. I dare you.
The stage is set for the biennial U.S. vs. Europe showdown, and we’re here to help you profit during the three-day event.
Here’s a full rundown of the odds, picks, trends and analysis you need to know as you’re preparing to bet the 2018 Ryder Cup.
2018 Ryder Cup Odds
All odds as of Thursday, Sept. 27
- U.S.: -130 ($130 to win $100)
- Europe: +120 ($100 to win $120)
- Tie: +1500 ($100 to win $1,500)
Day 1 Picks, Odds
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- 2018 Ryder Cup Odds: Day 1 Fourball Matches
- Sobel: My Favorite Wagers For Day 1 of the Ryder Cup
2018 Ryder Cup Picks
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- Perry: Why I’m Betting on Europe to Win
- Sobel’s European Team Bets: Poulter, Fleetwood, More
- Perry: How to Take Advantage of Mispriced Justin Thomas Props
- Point Total Over/Under Predictions for All 24 Golfers
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U.S. Team Analysis
European Team Analysis
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