LIV Golf Bedminster Odds, Field: Dustin Johnson Favored, Followed by Louis Oosthuizen

LIV Golf Bedminster Odds, Field: Dustin Johnson Favored, Followed by Louis Oosthuizen article feature image

Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images. Pictured: Dustin Johnson.

LIV Golf Bedminster

Odds via BetRivers, as of Monday at 2 p.m. ET.

Johnson, Dustin+500
Oosthuizen, Louis+900
Ancer, Abraham+1100
Gooch, Talor+1100
Casey, Paul+1200
DeChambeau, Bryson+1200
Reed, Patrick+1400
Kokrak, Jason+1600
Garcia, Sergio+2000
Howell III, Charles+2000
Koepka, Brooks+2000
Grace, Branden+2200
Na, Kevin+2500
Ortiz, Carlos+3300
Poulter, Ian+3300
Perez, Pat+4000
Harding, Justin+4000
Wolff, Matthew+4000
Horsfield, Sam+4000
Stenson, Henrik+4000
Westwood, Lee+4000
Jones, Matt+4500
Du Plessis, Hennie+5000
Schwartzel, Charl+5000
Wiesberger, Bernd+6600
Canter, Laurie+6600
Vincent, Scott+8000
Bland, Richard+8000
Uihlein, Peter+8000
Kaewkanjana, Sadom+8000
Kaymer, Martin+9000
McDowell, Graeme+9000
Swafford, Hudson+9000
Inamori, Yuki+12500
Kinoshita, Ryosuke+12500
Lopez-Chacarra, Eugenio+15000
Kozuma, Jinichiro+15000
Norris, Shaun+15000
Mickelson, Phil+15000
Smyth, Travis+20000
Tanihara, Hideto+20000
Ormsby, Wade+20000
Khongwatmai, Phachara+25000
Pettit, Turk+35000
Koepka, Chase+40000
Puig, David+50000
Piot, James+50000
Morgan, Jediah+75000
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For the third straight LIV Golf event, Dustin Johnson is commandingly atop the odds board headed to Donald Trump’s Bedminster course.

Johnson has finished eighth and third in the first two LIV Golf events. Talor Gooch is the only other player to finish in the top 10 in both.

Louis Oosthuizen is directly behind Johnson for the third straight LIV Golf event. The South African has finished 12th and fifth in the first two events. Gooch is tied for third on the board with Abraham Ancer, who finished 11th in Portland.

What’s noteworthy about other names on the odds board is how far some have fallen. Brooks Koepka is only 20-1, but seeing him tied with the debuting Charles Howell III is a bit odd on the eyes.

Former DP World Tour fixtures Justin Harding (40-1) and Bernd Wiesberger (66-1) are also lower than previous LIV Golf events, mostly because of poor form for the Austrian. Wiesberger has finished 37th and 43rd in the first two events, while Harding has finished ninth and 11th.

You have to scroll down a bit to find Phil Mickelson, who’s 150-1 on the outright market this week. Mickelson has finished 34th and 42nd in the first two LIV events, and he didn’t come close to making the cut at either the U.S. Open or the Open Championship.

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