Which PGA Tour pro will join the next LIV Golf? The odds of this gambling site are quite interesting | This is the loop

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Think you know which PGA Tour pro will be heading to LIV next? Well, you might be able to make money like LIV betting on it. OK, so probably not money like LIV, because these guys are PAID, but money. Although, apparently, these guys might not be paid as much as originally thought. . .

Anyway, we’re digressing here. The thing is, if you look closely, you can bet on which PGA Tour pro will be next to join Greg Norman’s renegade league. And the hypothetical odds, courtesy of Bookies.com, are quite interesting.

Let’s start with the site’s favorite, Cameron Smith. The recent Open Championship winner has reportedly already signed with LIV, something fellow Australian (and Cam) Cameron Percy has spoken about. It appears to be a lock-in, but you can still bet it at -1000, which means to win $100 you would have to risk $1000. Pretty steep, but again, it’s probably a lock. And again, these are not the actual odds you can bet on, but a good place to start if you still have a bookmaker. Not that we condone that sort of thing. But we endorse the legal game of golf. . .

Going back to those hypothetical odds, rumors – and we have to stress that they are totally unfounded rumors – about the departure of another Cameron, Cameron Young, have been circulating thanks to an article in The Times on Wednesday. And, likely as a result, the favorite to win the PGA Tour Rookie of the Year is listed as a tie.

The same goes for 2021 Masters champion Hideki Matsuyama. There are other rumors floating around that this guy was offered an insane amount of money by LIV. Not Tiger Woods’ money, but up there. And that makes sense given the impact of his Masters win in Asia. Either way, it’s +100 (risk $100 to win $100 as well).

You can check out the full list on Bookies.com, but a few other notables are Patrick Cantlay (+350), Xander Schauffele (+400), Viktor Hovland (+450), Collin Morikawa (+600) and Will Zalatoris. (+600). Of course, none of this means anything, but sportsbooks usually always know more than anyone.

As for the players who are even less likely to go there? Vocal LIV critics Justin Thomas, Jon Rahm and Jordan Spieth are all listed at +2000 (or 20 to 1 odds), and Rory McIlroy at +3000. Yes, we’re not taking that bet either.

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