Ryder Cup: Betting odds for Hazeltine

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It’s almost time for the Ryder Cup. So you know what that means? Yes, it’s time to start placing some bets for the match.

USA are still heavy favourites to end their run of three consecutive Ryder Cup defeats – but odds are nowhere near as favourable as what they were for the Americans just a week ago.

Then, at some places you could find USA for as little as 1/2 and Europe 2/1. Now, with Paddy Power, the best price (at the time of writing) is 4/7, while Europe can be found at 15/8.

But what some of the other markets? Take a look below and see if any of them take your fancy.

Please note: All odds are at the time of writing and are with Paddy Power.

The Barclays - Round One

Top Combined Points Scorer

Dustin Johnson: 13/2
Rory McIlroy: 15/2
Jordan Spieth: 15/2
Justin Rose: 12/1
Patrick Reed: 12/1
Henrik Stenson: 14/1
Sergio Garcia: 14/1

Top Debutant

Brooks Koepka: 4/1
Danny Willett: 4/1
Ryan Moore: 9/2
Andy Sullivan: 6/1
Matt Fitzpatrick: 6/1
Thomas Pieters: 13/2
Rafa Cabrera-Bello: 15/2
Chris Wood: 11/1

Rickie Fowler

Top Wildcard

Rickie Fowler: 4/1
Matt Kuchar: 9/2
J.B. Holmes: 9/2
Lee Westwood: 5/1
Ryan Moore: 6/1
Martin Kaymer: 6/1

Head-to-head points

Dustin Johnson 8/11 v Jordan Spieth EVS
Rory McIlroy 4/7 v Justin Rose 5/4
Sergio Garcia 4/5 v Henrik Stenson 10/11

Rory McIlroy

To win and top scorer double

Dustin Johnson: 8/1
Jordan Spieth: 9/1
Rory McIlroy: 14/1
Patrick Reed: 14/1
Phil Mickelson: 22/1
Justin Rose: 25/1

To hit opening tee shot

Patrick Reed: 7/2
Jordan Spieth: 7/2
Dustin Johnson: 6/1
Matt Kuchar: 15/2

Singles Matches - 2014 Ryder Cup

To go five-out-of-five

Rory McIlroy: 16/1
Dustin Johnson: 20/1
Jordan Spieth: 22/1
Sergio Garcia: 25/1
Patrick Reed: 25/1
Justin Rose: 25/1

Day 1 winner

USA: 10/11Europe: 7/4
Tie: 5/1

Davis Love

Lead after Day 2

USA: 4/5
Europe: 13/8
Tie: 6/1

Three or more points

Dustin Johnson: 8/11
Jordan Spieth: 8/11
Patrick Reed: 8/11
Rory McIlroy: 4/5
Justin Rose: EVS
Henrik Stenson: EVS
Sergio Garcia: EVS

Ryder Cup :: Who are you backing?

Do any of these Ryder Cup markets take your fancy? Leave your thoughts in the 'Comments' section below.

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