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The Ryder Cup will finally start in Wisconsin on Friday and our golf experts have analysed this colossal event and provided their best bets for this week.

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The Ryder Cup 2021 Betting

The Ryder Cup Betting Tips | Friday to Sunday, 24th To 26th September 2021

Top Betting Offers To Take Advantage Of In The Ryder Cup


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The Ryder Cup Predictions & Tips

Europe To Win

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Main Bet: Europe To Win The Ryder Cup

In the Ryder Cup we have two teams of 12 that play out 28 match play ties over the course of three days. 14 1/2 points are needed to secure the trophy. The event will take place at The Straits Course, Whistling Straits, Kohler, Wisconsin. This course was designed by Pete and Alice Dye and was opened in 1998. The Straits is one of the two courses at Whistling Straits, with the second one called the Irish. The Straits is a links-style course that hosted the 2007 Senior Open and also the 2004, 2010 and 2015 editions of the USPGA Championship. 

If we look at the results of recent years, we can see that the US have clearly lost the supremacy that they had in the previous century. Since the switch to include all Europeans in 1979, Europe has won seven of the last nine contests and also nine of the last 12. Thus, since the 1979 switch, the score stands at Europe 12 vs USA 8. Looking at the stats, Europe tend to do well when playing at home where they have won the last six events, but they are also competitive on US solid, with four of the previous eight renewals won. 

One thing you can safely ignore when deciding to back Europe or the US in the Ryder Cup is the rankings. A European, Jon Rham is the world number one, but nine of the 12 Americans are in the top 11, so on paper, the Americans have the stronger side, but we have often seen failing to make this advantage count in the Ryder Cup. After all, it is clear that this event is much more important for the Europeans, who this time will also have less pressure as they are playing away and are the underdogs. 

Team USA are the odds-on favourites to win, but we have seen them failing to justify favouritism on six of the last eight occasions. Although Europe are an ageing team that are not in the best form, this price looks like a bargain to us, and we are happy to back them. 


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Sergio Garcia Top European Scorer

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Side Markets Bet: Sergio Garcia To Bet Top European Scorer

Picking the Top European Scorer is difficult, but we believe to have found good value in Sergio Garcia. Sergio and the European captain Padraig Harrington haven’t always had the best relationship, but bridges have been built since that playoff at Carnoustie in the 2007 Open Championship. We believe Sergio will want to prove a point to Padraig and there is a good chance that he will be paired with the world number one, fellow Spaniard Jon Rham. If that happens, the price will undoubtedly look a lot more interesting, and we believe there is good value to have this selection with you in this intriguing event.

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Born and raised in London, John has always been in love with sport. He started successfully his own blog back in 2006, while writing for football in several newspaper. John has also worked with several betting operators as sports trader and has joined BettingTips4You.com since the start in 2013. John is now head of the content team at BettingTips4You.com.