The 2008 Ryder Cup odds gets underway on Friday and concludes on Sunday. Ryder Cup golf odds include options to bet on either the United States, Europe, a tie, which golfer on each side will score the most points and which team will be leading after the 2nd day. Ryder Cup odds have been leaning toward the United States even though Europe is still favored.
The Ryder Cup golf odds are moving down with each side nearly a pick. Could that mean a tie is possible in Ryder Cup odds? If you like the tie in Ryder Cup odds you can get about 10-1. Recent history supports the Europe side, as they have won the last three times in Ryder Cup odds and five of the last six.
Long term history supports the U.S. but for gamblers it usually is what have you done for me lately. Ryder Cup odds show that Europe has two of the top players in the world in Padraig Harrington and Sergio Garcia while the United States is missing the top player in the world in Tiger Woods.
If you are looking at Ryder Cup golf odds and trying to pick the player to have the most points you have a lot of choices. The two favorites for top scorer on the European side in Ryder Cup odds are Garcia and Harrington with Lee Westwood a close third.
On the U.S. side there is not a clear-cut favorite in Ryder Cup odds with Phil Mickelson, Jim Furyk, and Anthony Kim the leading contenders. If you are looking for value in Ryder Cup odds there is a lot of it to be found on the U.S. side with six rookies on the Ryder Cup odds board. Ryder Cup odds are exciting to bet and great to follow.
Television coverage of Ryder Cup odds action kicks off on ESPN on Friday and continues on the weekend on NBC. Take a look at the many different options you have for Ryder Cup golf odds today.
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