Cam Smith is favored in the LIV Greenbrier Odds

LIV Golf Greenbrier Odds: Cam Smith Tops The Oddsboard

LIV Golf returns this week with its LIV Golf Greenbrier event in White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia. Taking to the Old White course at the Greenbrier Resort, LIV Golf competitors will return to familiar grounds.

A former course on the PGA Tour calendar, Old White has crowned many worthy champions including LIV Golf member Joaquin Niemann who is listed at +1600. The Chilean will hope the good vibes of his first PGA Tour victory will translate on LIV Golf as he is one of a handful of players to be listed below +2000.

Leading the charge is LIV Golf London winner Cameron Smith at +750. Despite a less than stellar defensive effort at The Open, the Australian continues his solid play with eight top-12 finishes in his last nine starts worldwide. 

Smith is followed closely behind by PGA Championship winner Brooks Koepka at +1200 with major champions Bryson DeChambeau, Patrick Reed and Dustin Johnson not far off at +1400. They are joined by three-time LIV Golf winner this season Talor Gooch at that same price.

2023 LIV Golf Greenbrier Betting Odds

Odds To Win LIV Golf Greenbrier
Cameron Smith+750
Brooks Koepka+1200
Bryson DeChambeau+1400
Dustin Johnson+1400
Talor Gooch+1400
Patrick Reed+1400
Joaquin Niemann+1600
Sebastian Munoz+1600
Mito Pereira+2000
Harold Varner III+2000
Cameron Tringale+2500

Odds as of August 2

2023 LIV Golf Greenbrier Betting Picks

While there's plenty of firepower at the top of the oddsboard, there's more value further down and that's where I'm looking.

Sergio Garcia To Win +2500

After a somewhat mundane start to his year, the Spaniard appears to be finding some form as the end of summer approaches.

Since qualifying for the U.S. Open, Garcia has turned over a new leaf. He finished in a tie for 27th at Los Angeles Country Club where he gained substantial strokes in every part of his bag except the approach play. He followed this up with a nice top-10 finish at LIV Golf Andalucia and another solid effort in London.

Over the last three months, Garcia ranks seventh in this field in total strokes gained and inside the top 10 in terms of strokes gained tee-to-green, strokes gained off the tee, strokes gained around the green and strokes gained putting. The 43-year-old will need the iron play to cooperate if he is to claim his first LIV Golf title.

Louis Oosthuizen To Win +3000

Since withdrawing from the Masters for the second straight season, Oosthuizen has found his game.

A decent international swing with a pair of top-16 finishes was followed by a handful of quality starts. Oosthuizen finished sixth at LIV Golf DC where he gained more than +1.60 strokes on the field per round. The South African followed this up with a solo fourth-place result at LIV Golf London where he gained nearly seven strokes on the field across the three rounds.

A top-25 finisher at The Open at Royal Liverpool, Oosthuizen rode a hot flat stick and timely approach play to yet another strong showing in a major championship. Oosthuizen ranks first in strokes gained putting and eighth in total strokes gained over the last three months among those in the field.