When golf wagering fans talk of top golfing competitions the focus of the conversation is generally focused on odds on golf for Majors.
But there is more to top quality golf wagering than then just the four Majors and the Ryder Cup is often unintentionally left out of this discussion. But for most golf wagering experts there is simply no finer golf wagering event in all of golf.
Perhaps it’s the infrequency of the Ryder Cup that makes it overlooked (it’s held every four years) by many odds on golf fans, but when it does come around the action is simply fantastic. Imagine the World Cup and Olympics of golf all rolled into one terrific golf wagering event and you’d have the Ryder Cup. The odds on golf makers wait four years to handicap an event like this and this year’s edition of the Ryder Cup can’t come soon enough for the golf wagering crowd.
This year the Ryder Cup will be contested back on US soil at the Valhalla Club in Louisville, KY where the US squad will be a major underdog in the golf wagering. The Europeans have been very strong in the Cup golf wagering over the past few years and despite the home course advantage the Europeans will come in favored by most odds on golf makers. But the competition should be tight and anyone that has partaken in golf wagering on the Ryder Cup in recent years knows that anything can happen at this crazy event.
The US will be at a severe handicap without the service of the top player in odds golf, Tiger Woods, but as many golf wagering fans are quick to point out, Woods, for some inexplicable reason does not do well in this odds on golf tournament. And so, one thing for golf wagering aficionados to keep in mind is that Woods absence could even be a boon to the US in the golf wagering. In years past there has been suggestion that Woods’ teammates have sat back and watched Woods rather than taking the golf wagering initiative.
It’s even possible that his absence could bring out the best in the Americans and we could have a golf wagering upset in the making.
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