Genesis Invitational Live Odds: Follow the Action At Riviera

With the Phoenix Open party behind us, another star-studded field has turned its heads to Riviera Country Club and has teed it up for the Genesis Invitational to close out the West Coast swing. Check out the live odds below as the event unfolds.

Last Updated: Feb 14, 2022 8:17 PM ET Read Time: 4 min
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The party that is the WM Phoenix Open may be over, but there's still lots to be excited about as the Tour makes its next stop — the Genesis Invitational at Riviera Country Club.

Scottie Scheffler took home the top prize at TPC Scottsdale and will be teeing it up again this week at Riv alongside another top-notch field, which we break down below and in our Genesis Invitational picks and predictions

With the event now underway, be sure to check out the live Genesis Invitational betting odds below.

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Notes on the field

As we enter the meat and potatoes of the PGA Tour schedule, the fields are continuing to get stronger and stronger. It ramped up at last week's Phoenix Open and will be more of the same this week at Riviera. 

While the official field hasn't been announced at the time of writing, the likes of Jon Rahm, Dustin Johnson, Rory McIlroy, and Collin Morikawa are all set to tee it up this week.

Genesis Invitational pre-tournament favorites

Jon Rahm (+900)

Once again at the top of the pre-tournament board this week is OWGR No. 1 Jon Rahm, available at +900.

While he hasn't had his best stuff over his past two starts, you wouldn't be able to tell by looking at the T3 and T10 finishes he posted at the Farmers and Phoenix Open.

In his three starts at Riv, he's gone T9, T17, and T5 last year. It's only a matter of time before Rahm wins (and potentially runs away with) a tournament. 

Patrick Cantlay (+1,200)

Second on the board at +1,200 is Patrick Cantlay.

Cantlay continued his career-best form at last week's Phoenix Open, finishing runner-up after getting edged out in a playoff by Scottie Scheffler.

He's gone solo-forth, solo-ninth, T4, and runner-up to start his 2021-22 campaign and should no doubt be a force again this week.

Justin Thomas (+1,600)

Next up is Justin Thomas at +1,600.

Since the Northern Trust back in late August, JT has been on a heater, posting T5 finishes in five of eight starts, followed by a T8 performance last week at the always-fun Phoenix Open.

He finished runner-up here in 2019 but missed the cuts in both 2020 and 2021. He should be in for a much better week this time around.

Dustin Johnson (+1,600)

Running alongside JT at +1,600 is 2020 Masters champion and former OWGR No. 1, Dustin Johnson.

DJ was the champion here in 2017 and has gone T16, T9, T10, and T8 in his four starts since. You could call it a comfortable place for him. 

Rounding out the Top 5 behind DJ is Collin Morikawa, (+1,800), followed by Rory McIlroy and Cameron Smith at +2,200.

Genesis Invitational notable sleepers

Max Homa (+4,000)

Down the board behind the top dogs is last year's champion, Max Homa, at +4,000.

Homa took down Tony Finau in a playoff as well as a laundry list of the Tour's top players lingering below him at the top of the leaderboard.

He grew up in nearby Burbank, California, has a special attachment to this golf tournament, and will want to do everything he can to defend his title.

Sahith Theegala (+10,000)

We have to give Sahith Theegala some spotlight, right?

Theegala, while only finishing T3 last week at the Phoenix Open, was a big-time winner.

He was ranked No. 318 in the World entering the tournament but spent all week going toe-to-toe with the likes of Patrick Cantlay, Brooks Koepka, Xander Schauffele, and more.

While winning may not come for him right away, he's earned all of the attention and shine he's gotten over the past week. 

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