In addition to Ryder Cup golf odds on a team to win the overall event, you can also wager on who will be the top scorer for each team. Another option in Ryder Cup odds is which team will be leading after Day 2.
Ryder Cup odds have Europe favored because they have won 8 of the last 11 competitions but it should be noted that the U.S. is 4-3 in the last seven contests played in the United States. Ryder Cup odds have the Europeans favored slightly due to their experience and talent. Padraig Harrington is the best golfer in the world not named Tiger Woods and Woods is injured and won’t play.
Ryder Cup odds begin on Friday with four matches of Fourballs in the morning and four matches of Foursomes in the afternoon. Ryder Cup odds action on Saturday has the same schedule with fourball in the morning and foursomes in the afternoon. Ryder Cup odds information shows that the competition will conclude on Sunday with 12 singles matches. The player with the greatest success in Ryder Cup odds has been Sergio Garcia who is 14-4-2 in Ryder Cup play. The top player for the U.S. since 1997 in Ryder Cup odds has been Tiger Woods but he has not played well in fourball or in foursomes. Phil Mickelson has eight points in his Ryder Cup career but Ryder Cup odds don’t like his chances, especially since he has just 1.5 points in his last 11 matches.
Ryder Cup odds favor Europe because they have players like Padraig Harrington, Garcia and Lee Westwood. The Europe team is stacked and the Ryder Cup golf odds reflect that fact. "I think it’s one of the strongest teams I’ve ever seen them bring across here," U.S. captain Paul Azinger said. The last two competitions have seen Europe rout the United States in 2004 and 2006 in Ryder Cup golf odds. The home field advantage might help the U.S. team though and that is one reason why they are only slight underdogs in Ryder Cup golf odds.
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