Patrick Reed is one of our picks for the LIV Golf London Event

LIV London Odds: Is Reed Poised For His First LIV Golf Title?

For the first time in LIV Golf’s history, the second playing of an event will occur this week at LIV Golf London. In what was the league’s inaugural event in 2022, LIV Golf London proved to be a nail-biter till the very end with Stinger GC’s Charl Schwartzel winning at 7 under.

The former Masters champion fended off his fellow South Africans Hennie Du Plessis and Branden Grace as well as Peter Uihlein. Schwartzel is +12500 to defend his title as he has since struggled to find any form.

In his place, some of the best players in LIV Golf occupy the top of the oddsboard. Brooks Koepka will go off as the favorite at +800 at Centurion Golf Club.

Already a winner this season at LIV Golf Orlando, Koepka has parlayed his great play on LIV Golf into greatness of the major championship stage. He arrives off a podium finish at Valderrama Golf Club last week at LIV Golf Andalucia.

Cameron Smith, Dustin Johnson and Bryson DeChambeau trail Koepka closely and round out those listed at +1000 or lower. Talor Gooch will look for his fourth victory of the LIV Golf season fresh off his third in Spain at +1200 while Patrick Reed, Mito Pereira and Joaquin Niemann aim for the first LIV Golf triumph of their careers from +2000 or better.

LIV Golf London Odds

Odds To Win the LIV Golf London Event
Brooks Koepka+800
Cameron Smith+900
Bryson DeChambeau+1000
Dustin Johnson+1000
Talor Gooch+1200
Patrick Reed+1800
Mito Pereira+2000
Joaquin Niemann+2000
Harold Varner III+2500
Sergio Garcia+2500
Branden Grace+2500
Sebastian Munoz+2500

Odds as of July 5

2023 LIV Golf London Picks

We have two picks for you this week for the LIV Golf London event.

Patrick Reed To Win +1800

A late charge saw Reed climb inside the top five at Valderrama and could use that to propel him into the winner’s circle in London.

Over the last three months, the former Masters champion ranks fourth in total strokes gained in this field, third in strokes gained around the green and fourth in strokes gained putting. During this time, he has made the cut in all three major championships with quality outings coming at the Masters and the U.S. Open.

Reed will need his iron play to be better in London, but the 32-year-old is proving to have staying power on leaderboards no matter the circuit the tournament is being played on.

Dean Burmester To Win +3500

The last time LIV Golf travelled to Centurion; a large crop of South Africans found themselves on the first page of the leaderboard. Burmester was not a member of the tour for that tournament, but I believe he will be able to make himself feel right at home like his fellow countrymen.

The South African leads the field in driving distance and ranks inside the top 20 of each strokes gained category over the last three months. There has been a consistent quality to his game and the results have been a third-place finish at LIV Golf Orlando and a pair of top-10 results at LIV Golf Adelaide and LIV Golf Tulsa.

He arrives in London off a 14th-place finish in Spain, similar to Reed, if his iron play ticks up ever so slightly, it may be enough to push him across the finish line for his first victory on LIV Golf.

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