The Ryder Cup, which is contested every two years, is without a doubt the most exciting competition in golf. After 2020's tournament was postponed, Ryder Cup odds are back on the board with this year's competition taking place over the weekend.
Europe demolished the favored United States squad 17.5 to 10.5 in 2018, but it was the hosts who have swung back into control in 2021.
Check out the latest Ryder Cup betting odds below, after day two of this weekend's event at Whistling Straits in Haven, Wisconsin.
Odds to win the Ryder Cup
|2021 Ryder Cup moneyline odds||United States||Europe|
|Lift the trophy||-20,000||+3,300|
|2021 Ryder Cup 3-way odds||United States||Europe||Tie|
Odds courtesy of bet365 on September 25, 2021.
Favorite to win the 2021 Ryder Cup
After Day 2, the United States hold an 11-5 lead at the Ryder Cup and remain massive favorites at -20,000. The U.S. has eight of the Top-10 players in the Official World Golf Rankings — Dustin Johnson, Collin Morikawa, Patrick Cantlay, Xander Schauffele, Justin Thomas, Bryson DeChambeau, Brooks Koepka, and Tony Finau — and dominated the event's first day.
Meanwhile, Jon Rahm (OWGR No. 1) and Viktor Hovland (No. 14) are the top-ranked European golfers as Team Europe comes in at +3,300 on the moneyline after back-to-back brutal days. While the U.S. has more young, emerging talent, Team Europe is more veteran-heavy, with former World No. 1 Rory McIlroy, plus the likes of Paul Casey, Lee Westwood, and Tyrrell Hatton.
Where can I bet on the Ryder Cup?
With this match-play being one of golf's most popular betting events, pretty much all online sportsbooks will offer golf odds for the Ryder Cup. Check out our top listings page for the best golf betting sites where you live — see what odds they have available for the Ryder Cup.