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LIV Golf Tour and DJ/Phil Props 2022

Written by:
C Costigan
Published on:
Jun/02/2022

The PGA Tour officially has competition as the Saudi-backed LIV Golf series will hold its inaugural event next week in England.

A list of players who will compete in the tournament, highlighted by Dustin Johnson, was released this week with a flurry of controversy and questions.

BetOnline was the first sportsbook in the world to release odds for next week's tournament at Centurion Golf Club outside London. Johnson is a 4-1 favorite, followed by Louis Oosthuizen, Kevin Na, Talor Gooch and Sergio Garcia.

But prop bets offered are even more interesting as they set probabilities on whether or not the PGA Tour will ban players, and when we'll see Phil Mickelson compete professionally again.

The numbers suggest sanctions will be severe for the players joining the LIV Tour.

 

Will any player who competes in LIV Tour be banned from the 2022 U.S. Open or Open Championship?

Here Are Your Odds

Yes -150

No +110

 

Will any player who competes in LIV Tour participate in FedEx Playoffs?

Yes +200

No -300

 

Will Dustin Johnson play in the 2022 U.S. Open and Open Championship?

Yes +110

No -150

 

Will Phil Mickelson play in the 2022 U.S. Open and Open Championship?

Yes +200

No -300

 

Will Phil Mickelson play in any LIV Tour event in 2022?

Yes -700

No +400

 

Total PGA Tour players to compete in LIV Tour in 2022?

Over 21.5

Under 21.5

 

Will Dustin Johnson play in all four majors in 2023?

Yes +200

No -300

 

Will Phil Mickelson play in all four majors in 2023?

Yes +425

No -800

 

LIV Tour - Centurion Golf Club

 

Dustin Johnson           4-1

Louis Oosthuizen        7-1

Kevin Na                      12-1

Talor Gooch                12-1

Sergio Garcia               14-1

Sam Horsfield             20-1

Bernd Wiesberger       25-1

Pablo Larrazabal         25-1

Charl Schwartzel         28-1

Hennie Du Plessis       33-1

Hudson Swafford        33-1

Ian Poulter                  33-1

Laurie Canter              33-1

Matt Jones                  33-1

Branden Grace            40-1

Lee Westwood            40-1

Oliver Bekker              40-1

Richard Bland              40-1

Adrian Otaegui            50-1

Justin Harding             50-1

Martin Kaymer            50-1

Shaun Norris               50-1

Ryosuke Kinoshita      66-1

Andy Ogletree             80-1

Graeme McDowell      80-1

Hideto Tanihara          80-1

JC Ritchie                     80-1

Jinichiro Kozuma         80-1

P. Khongwatmai          100-1

Sadom Kaewkanjana  100-1

Scott Vincent              100-1

Sihwan Kim                 100-1

Wade Ormsby             100-1

Blake Windred            125-1

Chase Koepka             125-1

James Piot                   125-1

Jediah Morgan            125-1

Oliver Fisher                125-1

David Puig                   150-1

Peter Uihlein               150-1

R. Chantananuwat      150-1

Turk Pettit                   150-1

 

 

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