Ryder Cup Betting Odds
Ryder Cup Betting Odds
Here you will find all the very best odds for the 2021 Ryder Cup.
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After a twelve month delay due to the Covid19 pandemic, the 43rd Ryder Cup finally gets underway this week, the best players from the United States and Europe set to do battle at Whistling Straits. Steve Stricker will be leading the American team in his home state of Wisconsin while Padraig Harrington will hold the reins for the European contingent.
To Lift the Trophy
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Hole in One
Team Europa managed to grind out a convincing win in the 2018 Ryder Cup which was held at Le Golf National close to the French capital. Thomas Bjorn’s men triumphed to the tune of 17.5 – 10.5 over Jim Furyk’s team.
Due to the continued travel restrictions, there won’t be the usual boisterous European supporter group, however with nine wins in the last twelve renewals of the competition, the visitors will be relishing their billing as underdogs against the more fancied Americans.
The course for the 2021 Ryder Cup lies on the banks of Lake Michigan in the state of Wisconsin. This course was opened in 1998 and involved a large amount of earth moving. A near-unlimited budget resulted in a links-style layout which is aimed at replicating the courses to be found in the UK and Ireland.
For the 2021 Ryder Cup, players will contest four foursomes matches on the mornings of Friday and Saturday prior to the same number of four ball matches on the afternoon of these two days. The Ryder Cup will conclude with a total of twelve singles matches to take place on Sunday.
Players to watch
As far as the Europeans are concerned, World No 1 Jon Rahm cannot be looked past as a yardstick for his side’s performance. Rahm has enjoyed spectacular form in 2021 despite only triumphing once in the US Open. He made his cup debut back in 2018 and finished the week with a record of 1-2-0, his sole victory coming against Tiger Woods in singles.
Rory McIlroy is without doubt an unquestioned on course leader for the Europeans and while the former World No 1 hasn’t enjoyed his best year, he will clearly be one to watch with his Ryder Cup record of 11-9-4.