Ryder Cup odds to win: Americans favored to take back Cup in Wisconsin

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Three years after a blowout in France, the Americans are poised to win back the Ryder Cup at Whistling Straits.

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Team USA is the favorite all over the country, but the Americans are especially popular in Las Vegas. According to BetMGM Sportsbook, the boys in the red, white and blue are listed as favorites to win the Ryder Cup at -185, while the Europeans occupy the underdog role at +200.

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A tie for the match is listed at +1200.

Among the favorites for scoring leaders for each team is Justin Thomas for the Americans at +600, and world No. 1 Jon Rahm at +350 for Team Europe. Sergio Garcia — the all-time points leader for the Europeans — is listed as the favorite to be the top captain’s pick for the Euros at +160, while Jordan Spieth is the favorite to be the top captain’s pick for the Americans at +300.

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Check out odds for the entire field below.

Ryder Cup odds, prop bets

Winner
USA -185
Europe +200

Top points scorer (USA)
Justin Thomas +600
Dustin Johnson +700
Jordan Spieth +750
Patrick Cantlay +750
Xander Schauffele +750
Brysonn DeChambeau +800
Brooks Koepka +900
Collin Morikawa +900
Tony Finau +1000
Scottie Scheffler +1400
Harris English +1800

Top points scorer (Europe)
Jon Rahm +350
Rory McIlroy +500
Viktor Hovland +600
Paul Casey +900
Tommy Fleetwood +900
Ian Poulter +1100
Sergio Garcia +1100
Shane Lowry +1100
Tyrrell Hatton +1100
Matthew Fitzpatrick +1600
Lee Westwood +2500
Bernd Wiesberger +2800

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Zephyr Melton is an assistant editor for GOLF.com where he spends his days blogging, producing and editing. Prior to joining the team at GOLF.com, he attended the University of Texas followed by stops with Team USA, the Green Bay Packers and the PGA Tour. He assists on all things instruction and covers amateur and women’s golf.