By Dan Kilbridge | | 9 mins
LIV Golf Bedminster Odds, Picks & Betting Predictions
Trump National Golf Club Bedminster was set to host the 2022 PGA Championship before the PGA of America voted to change venues in order to avoid political controversy. LIV Golf has basked in controversy at every turn since its inception and therefore heads to Bedminster for its third event of the season, with newly-signed Henrik Stenson having been stripped of his Ryder Cup captaincy in order to join the field.
Stenson, Jason Kokrak and Charles Howell III are the latest defectors and will join the circus this week as LIV looks to make a big splash with all four majors settled for the year.
Bryson DeChambeau, Abraham Ancer and Louis Oosthuizen are next with golf odds of +1200, while Brooks Koepka, Patrick Reed and Kevin Na are +1800.
Top 2022 LIV Golf Bedminster Odds
LIV Golf Bedminster Expert Picks & Predictions
Bryson DeChambeau to Win
Odds: +1200 at DraftKings
DeChambeau quietly logged his best week of the year by a mile with a T-8 finish at the British Open. While he struggled throughout a second-round 74, DeChambeau shot 67-66 over the weekend to climb the board and show he might be starting to overcome injuries and swing troubles having been a non-factor all year.
He’s been through the ringer once already at LIV Portland and should be more relaxed this time around. He’s also shown Trump fanboy tendencies and thus will be thrilled the former President chose him and Dustin Johnson as playing partners for Thursday’s pro-am.
Bottom line – DeChambeau does not do well in hostile crowds, but he’ll be in his own personal bubble all week. And the game might be coming around.
We’re on DeChambeau to win this week with +1200 odds at DraftKings.
LIV Golf Bedminster Betting Tips
This course previously held the 2017 U.S. Women’s Open, where Sung-hyun Park took it down at 11-under-par for the week. Setups for the two prior LIV events have been gettable but not overly easy, and this should be a stern test with a course stretching more than 7,500 yards.
We’re looking heavily at the bombers in that case, especially considering how much more challenging the course figures to be for many of the older players in the field. This probably isn’t the week to take a shot far down the board, even though we’ve discussed that as a solid play some weeks with such a small field and just 54 holes.
DeChambeau checks all the boxes for us here, and we’d try to identify similar big hitters with significant experience contending on championship courses.
LIV Golf Bedminster, Date & TV
When: Friday-Sunday, July 29-July 31
Where: Trump National Golf Club, Bedminster, New Jersey