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LIV Golf Odds: Next Golfer to Join LIV, Including Cameron Smith, Adam Scott, Hideki Matsuyama, and More

When looking at the LIV Golf odds, Cameron Smith is given a 99% chance to be the next golfer to join LIV Golf.
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LIV Golf Odds: Next Golfer to Join LIV, Including Cameron Smith, Adam Scott, Hideki Matsuyama, and More

It was a big weekend last week for Cameron Smith who won his first major. He's played well all year and finally was able to get that elusive win at the British Open. The storyline didn't end there for him though.

Rumors began to swirl about him joining LIV Golf not even 24 hours of completing his final round at the Open Championship. He's not the only one though, here's a look at some odds for who could join LIV Golf before 2023.

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Golfer to Join LIV Odds

GolferOddsImplied Chance
Cameron Smith-1000099.01%
Adam Scott-330097.09%
Hideki Matsuyama-200095.24%
Xander Schauffele-20066.67%
Danny Willett-20066.67%
Viktor Hovland+40020%
Justin Rose+50016.67%
Matt Fitzpatrick+70012.50%

Cameron Smith -10000 (Bet $10000 to win $100)

Cameron Smith to the LIV shouldn't be a surprise. Again, it was mentioned not even one full day later after his victory. The PGA has recently taken a hard stance on this saying that they will ban any players who compete in these events and there's even a possibility of them not being able to compete in the major championships. $90 million can help ease that pain of never winning a major again though.

Adam Scott -3300 (Bet $3300 to win $100)

Adam Scott is given over a 97% chance to join LIV Golf before the start of next year. Scott is a former No. 1 from 2014 and most recently won the Genesis Invitation in 2020, his first PGA Tour win since March of 2016. Scott may not be the golfer he once was going on eight years ago now but he is still a big name that is of interest to LIV.

Hideki Matsuyama -2000 (Bet $2000 to win $100)

Hideki Matsuyama was the 2021 Masters winner and now looks to be LIV Golf bound. He's currently ranked No. 14 in the world golf rankings and with the opportunity at $3 million or $4 million in winnings, he like many others isn't expected to pass up on that opportunity.

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