Brooks Koepka is second in the LIV Golf Jeddah odds

LIV Golf Jeddah Odds & Picks: Koepka Eyes Three-Peat in Jeddah

LIV Golf returns this week for the 2024 LIV Golf Jeddah event. The tournament will welcome some of the best players in the world for the third straight year with competitors like Jon Rahm, Tyrrell Hatton and Anthony Kim all making their debuts.

They will need to contend not only with the golf course but with Brooks Koepka who has exerted his dominance around Royal Greens Golf Club the last two seasons. A back-to-back winner, Koepka hopes to pull off the rare three-peat as major championship season lurks around the corner.

Koepka is second on the oddsboard at +1000 behind Rahm at +500 and alongside Johnson, who claimed LIV Golf Las Vegas. LIV Golf Mayakoba winner, Joaquin Niemann, stands at +1100 ahead of the likes of Bryson DeChambeau, Talor Gooch, Tyrrell Hatton and Cameron Smith who round out those listed below +2000.

2024 LIV Golf Jeddah Odds

Odds To Win LIV Golf Jeddah
Jon Rahm+500
Brooks Koepka+100
Dustin Johnson+1000
Joaquin Niemann+1100
Bryson DeChambeau+1200
Talor Gooch+1200
Tyrrell Hatton+1200
Cameron Smith+1600
Sergio Garcia+2000
Adrian Meronk+2500
Louis Oosthuizen+2500
Matthew Wolff+2500
Dean Burmester+3000

Odds as of February 21

2024 LIV Golf Jeddah Betting Picks

Joaquin Niemann To Win (+1100): He is probably the hottest player on LIV Golf at the moment. Niemann shot 59 en route to victory at LIV Golf Mayakoba and followed it up with a top-five finish last week on the Asian Tour. This stretch of play comes on the heels of a very successful winter that included a win on the DP World Tour and other quality finishes.

The Chilean is flying high after receiving an invitation into the Masters and should be able to play without any stress. Over the las six months, he ranks inside the top five of each strokes gained metric among LIV Golf members and has found success at Royal Greens with finishes of T10 at the Saudi International and T9 at LIV Golf Jeddah in 2023.

Talor Gooch To Win (+1200): The individual champion from 2023 has started his title defense in strong fashion having just notched a runner-up finish at LIV Golf Las Vegas. That has been a spot Gooch has found himself in in recent memory as he finished in the same position to Koepka at this event last season when he fell in a playoff in the season finale.

With desert and water hazards coming into play down the stretch, the golf course should allow some of the better drivers of the golf ball to separate themselves. Gooch checks this box as he ranks sixth in driving accuracy and ninth in total strokes gained over the last six months.

Sergio Garcia To Win (+2000): The former Masters champion could conceivably be a two-time winner on the LIV Golf circuit.

A loser in a four-hole playoff at LIV Golf Mayakoba, Garcia got his season off to a nice start in Mexico. This continued a run of strong play at international sites including Singapore in 2023. During that same season, Garcia finished inside the top three at LIV Golf Jeddah. It is clear he still has plenty of golf left in his tank and a win could be coming soon with a likely landing spot being this week at Royal Greens Golf Club.

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