Jon Rahm's 2021 Ryder Cup Odds, Betting Preview & Predictions

Find the latest betting odds for Jon Rahm at the 2021 Ryder Cup, we break down all the prop bets available
Tom Dodd
Mon, September 20, 10:58 AM EDT

Jon Rahm’s Ryder Cup Odds

Europe enter the 2021 Ryder Cup as the underdogs in the Ryder Cup outright odds market, but if they’re to overcome ‘dog’ status, it’s likely to be at least partly down to the play of World Number one; Jon Rahm. The Spaniard has been the best player on the planet in 2021 and after capturing his first major title at the US Open, he continued his good play throughout the playoffs.

Rahm has long been thought of as a future Ryder Cup star, with comparisons unsurprisingly made with fellow Spaniards Seve Ballasteros and Sergio Garcia. Rahm’s big hitting and fiery nature ensure he’s going to be a tough (if not the toughest) opponent any American could face this week.

Unsurprisingly, he features at the top of the Ryder Cup odds boards for a number of prop markets.

Jon Rahm Ryder Cup Prop Markets

The most popular Ryder Cup prop markets for bettors to wager on are the top points scorer markets. Jon Rahm is the betting favorite to be the top Euro point’s scorer and also the top overall scorer!

At the time of writing, the best odds you can get on Rahm to be top points scorer are +800 with DraftKings Sportsbook. The likes of Justin Thomas, Jordan Spieth and Patrick Cantlay are all just behind Rahm in the betting, with Rory McIlroy the closest European at +1100.

Click to see Jon Rahm’s Top Euro Points Scorer Ryder Cup Odds

Click to see Jon Rahm’s Top Points Scorer Ryder Cup Odds

Jon Rahm Ryder Cup Record

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Jon Rahm has only played in one Ryder Cup so far in his short career when part of the victorious European team in 2018.  During the event, Rahm actually had a losing record, but will be best known for beating Tiger Woods in the Sunday singles.  

Jon Rahm Ryder Cup Prediction

Jon Rahm’s Ryder Cup odds don’t offer any value to bettors. He’s the favorite to be the top scorer in points, but will be up against a raucous crowd and plenty of fired-up American players. On top of that, Rahm enters the event off the back of a missed cut last week and rumours of injuries. We’ll be fading ‘Rahmbo’ this week.

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