2023 Ryder Cup Odds & Betting Preview

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2023 Ryder Cup: Latest Odds & Betting Preview

The Ryder Cup takes place this week at the Marco Simone Golf and Country Club in Italy. The event will feature 24 of the world’s best golfers in action as Team USA battles it out with Team Europe for the trophy and bragging rights. 

The US is the defending champion and is favored to win. Scottie Scheffler is the favorite to lead in overall points, with Jon Rahm, Viktor Hovland, and Rory McIlroy following. Read on for a complete preview and the latest 2023 Ryder Cup odds.  

Latest 2023 Ryder Cup odds

Below are the latest betting odds from Caesars Sportsbook on which team will win the 2023 Ryder Cup. Clicking the odds will bring you directly to the sportsbook.

Odds to win the Ryder Cup

Odds to lift the trophy

2023 Ryder Cup overall points odds

The Ryder Cup field features 24 of the world’s best golfers, 12 each on the US and European sides. The top four betting favorites to lead in overall points align perfectly with the latest Official World Golf Ranking

Scottie Scheffler holds down the top spot in both the ranks and odds. He was favored heading into the final round of the FedEx Cup but ultimately came up short, with Viktor Hovland claiming the season-long crown. 

Jon Rahm is the defending Masters champion, while Rory McIlroy finished in the top 10 at the other three majors. This season’s other three major winners are also in the Ryder Cup field: PGA Championship winner Brooks Koepka, US Open winner Wyndham Clark, and British Open winner Brian Harman. 

2023 Ryder Cup top player by nationality odds

The table below has the latest odds from Caesars Sportsbook for the top-scoring golfer by nationality at the 2023 Ryder Cup.

AmericanOddsEuropean Odds
Scottie Scheffler+485Jon Rahm+500
Xander Schauffele+625Rory McIlroy+500
Patrick Cantlay+625Viktor Hovland+500
Brooks Koepka+700Tommy Fleetwood+750
Jordan Spieth+800Matthew Fitzpatrick+800
Collin Morikawa+800Tyrrell Hatton+850
Justin Thomas+1000Justin Rose+1200
Max Homa+1000Ludvig Aberg+1400
Rickie Fowler+1000Shane Lowry+1500
Sam Burns+1800Sepp Straka+1600
Wyndham Clark+1800Nicolai Hojgaard+2200
Brian Harman+2500Robert MacIntyre+3000

How does the Ryder Cup tournament work? 

The Ryder Cup takes place every two years. Since 1979, it has been contested between two teams of 12 golfers, one consisting of American players and one with European players. Prior to that, it was the US vs. Great Britain. 

This year’s captains are Zach Johnson for Team USA and Luke Donald for Team Europe. The event plays out over three days. The first two days of the competition feature one four-match session of fourball and one four-match session of foursomes. 

The final day of the event consists of 12 singles matches. Each match during the three days is worth a point, with a half-point awarded in the event of a tie. The winner is the first team to reach 14 ½ points. If the event happens to end in a 14-14 tie, the holder of the Ryder Cup will retain it.    

2023 Ryder Cup TV, live stream schedule

Streaming coverage is also available on Peacock and the Ryder Cup app, including select “featured match” coverage for all three days. 

2023 Ryder Cup Rosters

2023 Ryder Cup Team United States2023 Ryder Cup Team Europe
Sam BurnsLudvig Aberg
Patrick CantlayMatt Fitzpatrick
Wyndham ClarkTommy Fleetwood
Rickie FowlerTyrrell Hatton
Brian HarmanNicolai Hojgaard
Max HomaViktor Hovland
Brooks KoepkaShane Lowry
Collin MorikawaRobert MacIntyre
Xander SchauffeleRory McIlroy
Scottie SchefflerJon Rahm
Jordan SpiethJustin Rose
Justin ThomasSepp Straka

Recent Ryder Cup history

The US team is defending its crown and has won two of the last three Ryder Cup events. Here are the results from the last five editions: 

YearHost locationWinnerTop US pointsTop European points
2021Whistling Straits in WisconsinUSA 19-9Dustin Johnson, 5/5Jon Rahm, 3.5/5
2018Le Golf National in FranceEurope 17 ½ to 10 ½ Justin Thomas, 4/5Francesco Molinari, 5/5
2016Hazeltine National Golf Club in MinnesotaUSA 17-11Patrick Reed, 3.5/5Thomas Pieters, 4/5
2014Gleneagles Hotel in ScotlandEurope 16 ½ to 11 ½ Patrick Reed, 3.5/4Justin Rose, 4/5
2012Medinah Country Club in IllinoisEurope 14 ½ to 13 ½ Dustin Johnson, 3/3Ian Poulter, 4/4

2023 Ryder Cup course and weather

The 2023 Ryder Cup will take place at the Marco Simone Golf and Country Club, which is located just northeast of Rome in Guidonia Monticello, Italy. The course will be set to play as a par-71 that stretches for 7,181 yards. The most recent event at the venue was the 2023 Italian Open, which Adrian Meronk won with a score of -13. The current weather forecast is calling for temperatures in the mid-80s and minimal winds for all three days.