Presidents Cup 2019 – Top Betting Offers From Online Bookmakers
Presidents Cup 2019 Betting
With the USA being defending champions, regular winners of the Presidents Cup and looking to have selected a very strong team, it’s little surprise that they are warm favourites to win the 2019 edition.
As things stand, the USA are 2/5 with Ladbrokes, the International Team are 11/4 at bet365 and the tie is 14/1 with Unibet. There will be plenty of opportunities to have Presidents Cup free bets on the outright result both prior to the start and throughout the tournament.
There are a vast array of other markets available too, including…
- Handicap Betting
- Top Australian (choose from Adam Scott, Marc Leishman & Cameron Smith)
- Top American
- Correct Score
There are also daily markets such as day One Correct Score, Day One Winner, etc; Top International Points Scorer, etc.
There will also of course be plenty of Presidents Cup markets and Presidents Cup free bets available on all the individual matches once these have been drawn. And of course there will be live in-running betting throughout all matches throughout the tournament.
Presidents Cup 2019 Prediction
Of the 12 occasions on which the Presidents Cup has been played previously, the United States team has won 10, the International Team has won on one occasion and one match was tied. That’s something that has to be taken on board when making any Presidents Cup predictions this year.
The one victory for the International Team was way back in 1998 and the USA has won the tournament on the last seven occasions it’s been played.
The last Presidents Cup in 2017 took place at the Liberty National Golf Club in Jersey City, New Jersey, USA, with the home team running out comprehensive 19-11 winners.
Home Advantage May Not Be Enough
With the International Team having “home advantage” on this occasion, we would expect this tournament to be closer. The backing of the fans at the Royal Melbourne Golf Club should help the International Team, but we would still expect the USA to ultimately prevail by perhaps a couple of points. A 16-14 win for the USA is currently 10/1 with Betfair.
As a pointer for any bets in the Top USA Points Scorer and Top International Points Scorer markets, it might be worth looking to the leading players from 2017. Back then, Dustin Johnson scored 4.5 Points for the USA, while the South African Louis Oosthuizen scored 2.5 Points to lead the International Team.
Johnson is 10/1 with bet365 to be the Top Combined Points Scorer (i.e. from both teams). That looks like a tempting Presidents Cup bet. For those looking for a patriotic bet, Scott is 16/1 with Betfair, Leishman can be backed at odds of 25/1 at bet365 and Smith is a 28/1 shot with Betfair.
Best Australian Bookmakers For Presidents Cup 2019
There will be a wide variety of betting markets available from all your favourite bookmakers, including…
- and BetStar.
Keep checking in on a regular basis at www.aussiefreebet.com.au in the build up to and throughout the entirety of the tournament for the very latest odds and news and best in Presidents Cup free bets.
United States Team
Tiger Woods will captain and play for the USA. He leads a top-quality team with vast experience. On paper the USA team looks to have a definite edge in terms of their overall strength going into Presidents Cup 2019. The USA will certainly be the team most pundits will favour in their Presidents Cup predictions for 2019.
Team USA – Tiger Woods; Justin Thomas; Dustin Johnson; Patrick Cantlay; Xander Schauffele; Webb Simpson; Matt Kuchar; Bryson DeChambeau; Tony Finau; Gary Woodland; Rickie Fowler and Patrick Reed.
The South African legend Ernie Els will be the non-playing captain of the International Team. It’s certainly a cosmopolitan team and there is plenty of quality in the ranks, but are they capable of beating this USA team? They will all have to play some of their very best golf and for each other collectively as a team if they are to secure the trophy.
International team – Marc Leishman; Hideki Matsuyama; Louis Oosthuizen; Adam Scott; Abraham Ancer; Li Haotong; Pan Cheng-tsung; Cameron Smith; Im Sung-jae; An Byeong-hun; Adam Hadwin and Joaquín Niemann.
Junior Presidents Cup
The Junior Presidents Cup features 24 of the best junior boys aged 19-years old or younger from the United States and around the world (excluding Europe). Australia’s Stuart Appleby and the United States’ Justin Leonard have been named as captains of the International and USA Teams, respectively, for the 2019 Junior Presidents Cup.
The USA clinched the inaugural Junior Presidents Cup in 2017 when they defeated the International Team by an overall score of 14-10.
The USA Junior Team consists of Maxwell Moldovan; Brett Roberts; Michael Thorbjornsen; Jackson Van Paris; Vishnu Sadagopan; Stephen Campbell, Jr; Canon Claycomb; Jack Heath; Preston Summerhays; Alexander Yang; Ian Siebers and Benjamin James.
The International Junior Team is made up of Karl Vilips; Jayden Schaper; Christo Lamprecht; Jang Hyun Lee; Bo Jin; Jordan Duminy; Martin Vorster; Kartik Sharma; Samuel Simpson; Chuan-Tai Lin; Andi Xu and Joshua Greer.
This is clearly a tournament to follow for those who want to see the leading golf stars of tomorrow today.
There will also undoubtedly be some limited markets available to bet on throughout the Junior Presidents Cup too.
Schedule of Events
Thursday, 12 December
09:30: First Round – Fourball
Friday, 13 December
11:00: Second Round – Foursomes
Saturday, 14 December
07:00: Third Round – Fourball
12:00: Fourth Round – Foursomes
Sunday, 15 December
10:00: Final Round – 12 Singles Matches
In the Junior Presidents Cup, the schedule is as follows:
Sunday, 08 December
07:00: First Round – Morning Four-ball matches
13:00: Second Round – Afternoon foursome matches
Monday, 09 December
07:00: Final Round – 12 Singles Matches