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2023 Ryder Cup Outright Odds: Team USA Favourites To Retain The Ryder Cup In Rome

Paul Kelly
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With the 2023 Ryder Cup just weeks away, we assess the outright betting odds ahead of the biggest team event in golf. Heading into the Ryder Cup in Rome, it is Team USA who are the 4/6 favourites to lift the trophy and the 1/1 favourites to win the Ryder Cup outright.

Team USA Favourites For 2023 Ryder Cup Victory

The Ryder Cup is the biggest team event in the sport of golf. Played every other year, the Ryder Cup sees the best golfers in Europe take on the best American golfers in a three-day battle for golfing glory.

The teams have been finalised, with both the USA and Europe fielding 12 of the best golfers they can in an attempt to win the Ryder Cup. Marco Simone Golf Club in Rome is the destination this year, with Team USA looking to retain their title.

Ahead of the 2023 Ryder Cup, USA are the outright favourite with the best UK bookies to once again lift the trophy at odds of 4/6. This of course means that Europe are the slight underdogs at odds of 11/10 to win the Ryder Cup on home soil.

In the event of a tie (12/1), the US will retain the Ryder Cup. For Europe to win it outright, they must get 14.5 points. For the USA to retain the Ryder Cup, they just need 14 points.

It’s worth noting that although USA are the favourites and have the stronger team on paper, they haven’t won on European soil since back in 1993 at The Belfry in the 30th Ryder Cup.

Ryder Cup Outright Odds

Here are the latest odds from the best UK bookmakers ahead of the 44th Ryder Cup:

  • USA to lift trophy @ 4/6
  • Europe to lift trophy @ 11/10
  • USA to win outright @ 1/1
  • Europe to win outright @ 11/10
  • Tie @ 12/1

Note: Odds are correct at time of publishing and are subject to change

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Paul Kelly

Paul has worked in sports as a writer ever since graduating from Liverpool John Moores University back in 2020, where he attained a First Class Honours Degree in Sports Journalism. Paul is comfortable writing about all sorts of different sports, but specifically specialises in boxing, golf, MMA, darts and horse racing. Paul's vast knowledge of worldwide sport means he is capable of covering almost any sport, including popular US sports such as NFL, NBA and MLB. Paul has years of experience covering sport for BBC Sport, as well as being a regular contributor at ESBR Boxing. Paul gained vital experience at BBC Radio 1 and Everton Football Club during his time at university, aiding his knowledge of the writing world. Paul has had the opportunity to attend big live sporting events and work as a reporter on numerous occasions. His experience writing on both live sports and sports betting content means he is comfortable with all aspects of sports reporting. As well as writing for Betting Sites, Paul's wealth of knowledge in a whole host of sports converts into writing in depth stories and providing reliable betting picks regularly.