USA 6/4 to win Ryder Cup
Following Corey Pavin’s wildcard picks, the USA’s Ryder Cup odds remain unaltered. They’re still 6/4 underdogs at Sky Bet.
Following the announcement of the USA team for the 2010 Ryder Cup, Sky Bet’s outright odds remain unaltered with Europe still 8/11 favourites to lift the trophy. Corey Pavin’s team are 6/4 with the tie (14-14) 10/1.
Pavin announced World No.1 Tiger Woods, 2009 Open champion Stewart Cink, 2007 Masters champion Zach Johnson and tour rookie Rickie Fowler as his wildcard picks and it’s 9/1 that all four wildcards lose their singles matches.
Sky Bet’s Golf compiler John Rhodes said “With the teams locked in now, I am still finding it hard to split the two teams.
“I think Pavin has picked well, with the right blend of youth and experience.
“The experienced Cink and Johnson will provide solid fourball or foursomes partners for any of the team and the Woods/Stricker partnership that did so well in the Presidents Cup will look to forge a solid partnership at Celtic Manor in October.”
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