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Stuart Durst shares two of his favorite bets for this week's LIV event. Here are two plus-odds bets that you can look to use.

2022 LIV Golf Portland Picks: Two Plus-Odds Best Bets and Predictions

LIV Golf Portland Start Time, Where to Watch, and Odds

  • Date: June 30, 2022
  • Game Time: 4:00 pm ET
  • Where to Watch: LIVGolf.com
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The only bet I've made inside 20/1 is Brooks Koepka +1300. Let's be honest, the odds at the top of the board are pretty tough. There are currently nine guys priced 20/1 or lower, which makes it hard to bet despite the small field size.

I was kind of tempted to bet Bryson Dechambeau at 16/1 (being priced behind Gooch and Ancer is interesting) but he hasn't played in a while and I’m not gonna trust his health yet. Koepka had an up and down performance at the US Open but showed me that he was healthy enough to contend this week. Brooks is gonna be playing in an environment he thrives in, everyone hating him. It's early in the history of LIV so definitely bet responsibly. 

Patrick Reed Top 10 +130 (Bet $100 to win $130)

Patrick Reed is someone who was finally starting to show some form on the PGA Tour before accepting his millions of dollars. The former major winner had an absolutely terrible stretch of golf, but after some controversy over his club selection, he finally started gaining strokes off the tee again. He scored a T7 finish at Charles Schwab and was clearly trending in the right direction, especially off the tee. Reed is someone that I think is constantly overvalued simply because of the fact that a large portion of Golf/Betting Twitter absolutely hates him, I think he can stick around in this field. 

Hennie du Plessis T10 +250 (Bet $100 to win $250)

Hennie happens to have one of the coolest names on the LIV Tour, but showed he can go out there and compete. In their first tournament, Hennie led the tournament more than anyone else, and ended up finishing in second place. He led the London tournament in Greens in regulation and bogey avoidance. The level of competition has definitely increased, but he showed he could hang with the big boys last week. Getting him at this price feels like good value considering his performance last week, along with his long term form on the DP World Tour. 

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Stuart Durst, also known as @MonotoneFootbal on Twitter, is a writer and sports bettor specializing in the NFL, NBA and CFB. When he’s not writing for OddsChecker, he enjoys playing basketball and talking player props with his community.


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