Bryson DeChambeau is featured in the LIV Golf Bedminster Odds

LIV Golf Bedminster Odds: DeChambeau Look's To Stay Hot At Bedminster

After a month off, LIV Golf holds events in back-to-back weeks with the 2023 LIV Golf Bedminster occupying this weekend’s slate. Following the dramatics and fireworks of Bryson DeChambeau’s final-round 58 to clinch his first win in over a year at LIV Golf Greenbrier -- LIV Golf Bedminster has hefty shoes to fill.

The 2020 U.S. Open champion finds himself atop the betting board at +900 as his consistency in 2023 finally paid dividends. DeChambeau has been fantastic this season between LIV Golf and the major championships where he notched a top-five effort at the PGA Championship and top 20 at the U.S. Open.

He is the only player to fall below +1000 as Brooks Koepka and Cameron Smith find themselves at +1100 with Dustin Johnson at +1200.

Three-time LIV Golf winner this season Talor Gooch lurks at +1400 while Mito Pereira and Patrick Reed are listed at +1600 and round out those players listed below +2000 for LIV Golf Bedminster.

LIV Golf Series Odds - Bedminster

Odds To Win the LIV Golf Series Bedminster Event
Bryson DeChambeau+900
Brooks Koepka+1100
Cameron Smith+1100
Dustin Johnson+1200
Talor Gooch+1400
Mito Pereira+1600
Patrick Reed+1600
Harold Varner III+2000
Cameron Tringale+2500
Joaquin Niemann+2500
Sebastian Munoz+2500

Odds as of August 9

2023 LIV Golf Bedminster Betting Picks

DJ was favored last year and was the runner-up. I like him to break through this time around.

Dustin Johnson To Win +1200

The former world No. 1 has not had his best stuff in recent weeks, but a return to Trump National Bedminster should bring some comfort. A runner-up finisher to Henrik Stenson in last year’s tournament, Johnson should take solace in his high finish from a season ago.

Before missing the cut at The Open and not contending at LIV Golf Greenbrier, Johnson was actually riding a decent bit of form. He collected three straight top-10 finishes at the U.S. Open, LIV Golf Valderrama and LIV Golf London. He was gaining more than +1.50 strokes on the field per round in each of those events before hitting this lull.

Already a winner on LIV Golf this season, Johnson should be primed and motivated to re-enter the winner’s circle with LIV Golf’s postseason on the horizon. Over the last six months, the two-time major champion ranks 10th in total strokes gained and seventh in strokes gained off the tee.

Matthew Wolff To Win +4000

Wolff’s season on LIV Golf has been a major disappointment as he has been called out by his captain Brooks Koepka, failed to conjure any sort of momentum and looks to have lost his game. That was all before he flashed some form at LIV Golf Greenbrier where he entered the final round with a share of the lead only to relinquish it to DeChambeau and his scorching round of 58.

Wolff ultimately finished T-3 and should relish the opportunity to return to Trump National Bedminster where he fired a final-round 64 in last year’s proceedings to finish in a share of second alongside Johnson.

Wolff has always been a player to thrive on momentum as noted by his streak of five top-10 finishes in the early portion of this season including a top-five finish at LIV Golf Orlando. He gained +2.35 strokes per round on the field at LIV Golf Greenbrier, and should Wolff replicate this performance it should be enough to claim his first victory as a member of LIV Golf.

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