PACIFIC PALISADES, CA - FEBRUARY 18: Dustin Johnson watches his drive on the 13th tee box during the second round of the Genesis Invitational at Riviera Country Club on February 18, 2022 in Pacific Palisades, California. (Photo by Ben Jared/PGA TOUR via Getty Images)

The sixth tournament of LIV Golf’s Invitational Series will take place at Rich Harvest Farms, just outside of Chicago. Due to Dustin Johnson’s victory in Boston two weeks ago, he enters the week as the betting favorite at +450. View the whole odds below.

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Rich Harvest Farms will host the second-to-last leg of the Invitational Series for LIV Golf in Chicago.

Dustin Johnson, who won the Boston Invitational, the newly-acquired Cameron Smith (T4 in Boston), and emerging players like as Joachim Niemann and Bryson DeChambeau headline the 48-man field.

Below are the complete odds for the LIV Golf Chicago Invitational.

Below are the LIV Golf Chicago Invitational oddsnap odds

Dustin Johnson+450
Cameron Smith+500
Joaquin Niemann+750
Talor Gooch+900
Patrick Reed+1,600
Louis Oosthuizen+1,800
Abraham Ancer+2,000
Bryson DeChambeau+2,500
Paul Casey+2,500
Jason Kokrak+2,800
Matthew Wolff+2,800
Lee Westwood+2,800
Anirban Lahiri+3,000
Sergio Garcia+3,000
Brooks Koepka+3,300
Kevin Na+3,500
Harold Varner III+3,500
Branden Grace+3,500
Carlos Ortiz+4,000
Charles Howell III+4,500
Marc Leishman+4,500
Sam Horsfield+4,500
Henrik Stenson+4,500
Bernd Wiesberger+5,500
Cameron Tringale+6,000
Pat Perez+7,000
Odds provided by OKBet on September 12, 2022.

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Rich Harvest Farms study guide

Rich Harvest Farms is roughly an hour east of downtown Chicago and has hosted the 2009 Solheim Cup as well as the 2017 NCAA Championship.

The Par 72 course, dubbed “Augusta of the Midwest” by some, can play over 7,700 yards and is recognized for its flexibility, manicured terrain, and Bentgrass greens.

Favorite LIV Golf Invitational Chicago players

Dustin Johnson

Dustin Johnson won his debut tournament in Boston two weeks ago after displaying consistent performance in all four LIV tournaments he has competed in.

A score of 67-63-65 from DJ was sufficient to require extra holes, when he defeated Joaquin Niemann and Anirban Lahiri in a three-hole playoff to win his first solo LIV Golf championship and third consecutive team championship for “4 Aces GC.”

As a result, he is the +450 betting favorite to win consecutive games in Chicago going into the week.

Cameron Smith

Since Cameron Smith had just been added to LIV, all eyes were on him in Boston, and he did not dissapoint.

With a final-round score of 63, the No. 3-ranked Australian stormed up the leaderboard and eventually finished T4 in his first LIV Golf event. The champion of the 2020 Open Championship also contributed to his side Punch GC’s best-ever result (T6).

Joaquin Niemann

Even though Cam Smith’s LIV debut was excellent, Joaquin Niemann’s was somewhat superior.

The native of Chile shot three rounds of 66 or higher, but in the aforementioned three-hole playoff, DJ eventually prevailed. Nevertheless, a promising beginning for the 2022 Genesis Invitational champion.

Chicago LIV Golf Invitational sleepers

Matthew Wolff

In Boston and Chicago, I chose Matthew Wolff, and I’ll do it again there.

He had some form going into Boston after finishing T8 in Portland, then finishing second in Bedminster on the strength of a final-round 64. Although his T13 finish in Boston was just passable, he continued to display glimmers of his greatest play after a round-one score of 63 gave him a share of the lead.

Although he played poorly over the weekend (69-70), Wolff’s length (sixth on the PGA Tour in driving distance) could be a big benefit on a course that plays well over 7,500 yards.

Marc Leishman

In light of the travel time, I also favor Marc Leishman in this situation. He is not the player who drives the ball the furthest off the tee (48th in 2021–2022), but there aren’t many players who project well on a course this length with the retiring heads hanging about in the 40/1–80/1 area.

While his T26 result in his LIV debut in Boston isn’t very promising, he did shoot a second-round 64. He has only been so-so for much of the last year. There’s the good stuff.

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