Ryder Cup Betting Information at SBG Global

November 30, 2010 Golf

Ryder Cup betting begins on Friday, September 19th from the Valhalla Golf Club in Louisville, Kentucky.

Action gets underway at 7 am eastern so when you look at Ryder Cup betting odds you should get your wagers in before Friday. Ryder Cup betting should be exciting with the Europeans the slight -130 favorite.

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Ryder Cup betting starts with foursomes on Friday morning and continues with four-ball on Friday afternoon. The same schedule occurs on Saturday while Sunday has the exciting singles matches in Ryder Cup betting with all 24 golfers in action in 12 singles matches. As you look at Ryder Cup betting keep in mind that players alternate shots in foursomes while in four-ball, each player hits his own ball and the better of the two scores on each hole is counted. Ryder Cup betting odds will show that each match counts one point, with half-points given if a match ends tied. If the overall competition ends in a tie, which is possible but unlikely, the current title holder would keep the trophy. Europe won in 2006 so if the two teams tie, they would keep the trophy. In Ryder Cup betting history there have been two ties. The U.S. leads 24-10-2 in Ryder Cup betting but Europe has dominated recently winning 8 of the last 11 competitions.

Ryder Cup betting action can be seen on ESPN on Friday with NBC picking up the weekend coverage. Ryder Cup betting information shows that the U.S. team consists of Phil Mickelson, Chad Campbell, Stewart Cink, Ben Curtis, Jim Furyk, J.B. Holmes, Anthony Kim, Justin Leonard, Hunter Mahan, Kenny Perry, Steve Stricker and Boo Weekley. Ryder Cup betting facts show that Paul Azinger is the U.S. captain. Ryder Cup betting odds information has the European team consisting of Padraig Harrington, Sergio Garcia, Paul Casey, Soren Hansen, Miguel Angel Jimenez, Robert Karlsson, Graeme McDowell, Ian Poulter, Justin Rose, Henrik Stenson, Lee Westwood and Oliver Wilson. Ryder Cup betting facts show that Nick Faldo is Europe’s captain.

Ryder Cup betting odds show that for the first time in Ryder Cup history the U.S. does not have a major champion on the roster (Woods is injured).

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