2014 Ryder Cup Betting – Start date Friday 26th September

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Updated: September 3, 2014
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We have the 2014 Ryder Cup Betting which starts on Friday 26th September at Gleneagles at the end of the month.

Paul McGinley naming Ian Poulter, Lee Westwood and Stephen Gallacher as his wild cards for team Europe, all eyes will be on Europe at Gleneagles at the end of the month.

Having initially been installed at 4/5 to retain the Ryder Cup, Europe have hardened into 4/7 with the USA priced at 7/4 to win a 26th Ryder Cup since 1927 whilst a Tie is priced at 10/1.

Boylesports has priced up a Ryder Cup Top Overall Points Scorer with World Number 1, Rory McIlroy heading the betting at 8/1. Justin Rose is next in the betting at 12/1 alongside Phil Mickelson and Rickie Fowler.

McIlroy who won three points from five for Team Europe in the last Ryder Cup at the Medinah Country Club heads the betting at 9/2 to record the most points for team Europe this year. His nearest rival in the betting is Justin Rose at 6/1 who also recorded three points for Europe in 2012 whilst its 7/1 for Sergio Garcia, Henrik Stenson and Ian Poulter who managed to register a maximum four points from 4 in 2012.

From team USA, Rickie Fowler heads the betting at 9/2 to be USA’s Top Overall Points Scorer whilst Bubba Watson is currently priced at 10/1 with each way 1/4 odds 1,2,3 places on offer.

Liam Glynn, PR Executive at Boylesports said “In the outright betting punters continue to get behind Europe to retain the Ryder Cup and Paul McGinley’s team are now 4/7 to retain the Ryder Cup having been installed at 4/5.”

He added “Rory McIlroy is already proving a popular selection at 8/1 to record the most overall points in the tournament and our traders are expecting the 8/1 to dry up sooner rather than later as they expect customers to latch onto McIlroy following his success so far in 2014.”

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Ryder Cup 2014 Outright

Europe 4/7

USA 7/4

Tie 10/1

Ryder Cup 2014 – Top Overall Points Scorer

McIlroy, Rory 8/1

Rose, Justin 12/1

Mickelson, Phil 12/1

Fowler, Rickie 12/1

Poulter, Ian 14/1

Stenson, Henrik 14/1

Garcia, Sergio 14/1

McDowell, Graeme 16/1

Furyk, Jim 16/1

Kuchar, Matt 16/1

Bradley, Keegan 18/1

Westwood, Lee 18/1

Kaymer, Martin 18/1

Simpson, Webb 22/1

Mahan, Hunter 22/1

Watson, Bubba 22/1

Spieth, Jordan 22/1

Johnson, Zach 28/1

Donaldson, Jamie 33/1

Dubuisson, Victor 33/1

Walker, Jimmy 40/1

Bjorn, Thomas 40/1

Reed, Patrick 66/1

Gallacher, Stephen 66/1

EW 1/4 1, 2, 3, 4

Top European Points Scorer

McIlroy, Rory 9/2

Rose, Justin 6/1

Stenson, Henrik 7/1

Garcia, Sergio 7/1

Poulter, Ian 7/1

McDowell, Graeme 8/1

Westwood, Lee 9/1

Kaymer, Martin 9/1

Donaldson, Jamie 18/1

Dubuisson, Victor 18/1

Bjorn, Thomas 20/1

Gallacher, Stephen 25/1

EW 1/4 1, 2, 3

Top American Points Scorer

Fowler, Rickie 9/2

Mickelson, Phil 9/2

Kuchar, Matt 8/1

Furyk, Jim 8/1

Spieth, Jordan 10/1

Watson, Bubba 10/1

Johnson, Zach 14/1

Walker, Jimmy 18/1

Reed, Patrick 20/1

EW 1/4 1, 2, 3

Comments

2 Comments

  1. joan

    09/19/2014 at 11:43 pm

    macaroy is getting to big for his shoes there are some oldeys that are still better then him

  2. joan

    09/19/2014 at 11:45 pm

    mickelson is still the best

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