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LIV Golf Odds: Which Golfer Will be the Next to Join LIV?

LIV Golf odds and betting are here to stay now that the new golf league has kicked off. As the world watches to see which golfers will join the Saudi-backed league, UK sportsbooks have churned out odds. Which golfer will be next to join? Let's take a look.
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LIV Golf Odds: Which Golfer Will be the Next to Join LIV?

The hottest thing going in the world of golf right now is the brand new LIV Golf League and LIV Golf odds. The brand new league consists of eight events this year and has been a bit controversial as it tries to lure golfers away from the PGA Tour.

But, the PGA Tour isn't going down without a fight. They have suspended all golfers who have left for the 8-event league and looked to have drawn a hard line in the sand in refusing to allow player to split their time between the two tours.

But, despite the heavy sanctions thrown down by the PGA Tour, some big-name golfers are still leaving in favor of a massive payday, despite the fact that LIV Golf is financed by the PIF, a Saudi Arabian sovereign wealth fund that has begun to make its way into the sporting world recently.

None of that really matters for the purposes of what we're concerned with right now, though. As the league picks up steam, more golfers will continue to leave as the backlash dies down. So, which golfers will be the next to leave? Can we expect to see big names go to the LIV Golf League?

Well, luckily for us, UK sportsbook Paddy Power has priced up odds on the next golfers to leave for LIV. And, it looks like we may be saying goodbye to Justin Rose and Bubba Watson on the PGA Tour quite soon.

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Which Golfer Will be the Next to Join LIV?

GolferOddsImplied Probability
Justin Rose-18865.3%
Bubba Watson-18865.3%
Brooks Koepka+13842.1%
Matthew Fitzpatrick+15040%
Xander Schauffele+50016.7%
Will Zalatoris+80011.1%
Viktor Hovland+80011.1%
Patrick Cantlay+80011.1%
Collin Morikawa+10009.1%
Cameron Smith+20004.8%
Scottie Scheffler+50002%
Jordan Spieth+80001.2%
Shane Lowry+100001%
Jon Rahm+20000.5%
Justin Thomas+25000.4%
Rory McIlroy+25000.4%
Tiger Woods+100000.1%

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As you can see above, the latest odds for golfers to leave the PGA Tour in favor of LIV follows somewhat of a trend.

Justin Rose and Bubba Watson are the two favorites at -188, implying a 65.3% chance they ditch the Tour. These are two once-great golfers who are a bit past their prime and looking for a big payday, similar to Phil Mickelson.

However, following those two, the names get a bit interesting.

Next up is Brooks Koepka, who hasn't been playing great golf for the last few years, but is hardly considered past his prime as a 32-year old 4-time major winner. Still, his +138 odds imply a 42.1% chance we see him playing LIV Golf.

Next up on the LIV Golf odds is English golfer Matthew Fitzpatrick. At 27-years old, it seems a bit early to be ditching his career on the PGA Tour, but his +150 odds imply a 40% chance he does just that.

Then, the LIV Golf odds get into disastrous territory in the eyes of the PGA Tour. Xander Schauffele (+500), Will Zalatoris (+800) and Viktor Hovland (+800) are next up.

Those three names are considered by most as the the future of the sport, along with Scottie Scheffler and Collin Morikawa. So, to see them leave would be catastrophic to the PGA Tour.

Still, we know more golfers will leave for the PGA Tour. The question is just who will be next? Judging by the odds, we could be seeing quite a few in the coming days.

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Brian is a sports journalist with close to ten years of experience in the business. A lifelong Philadelphia sports fan with a passion for all things sports gambling.


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