2016 Ryder Cup betting odds: Who will win, points spread, most points earned
Ryder Cup

2016 Ryder Cup betting odds: Who will win, points spread, most points earned

The 2016 Ryder Cup is here, and, with it, come some fascinating betting lines and odds for the week.

Of course, the easiest bet to make is who will win, and the United States is favored going into the matches, going off at -185 (you'd bet $185 to win $100), while Europe is at +145 (betting $100 to win $145 more).

There are other wagers that you can make on the largest spread in a single match all week, which player from both sides will earn the most points this week and more. We highlight them heading into the week at Hazeltine National in Minnesota.

Here are some 2016 Ryder CupĀ betting odds, presented by BetDSI.com:

Who will win the 2016 Ryder Cup?

U.S.A. -- -185
Europe -- +185
Tie -- +1000

Top U.S. Player

Dustin Johnson -- +350
Jordan Spieth -- +450
Patrick Reed -- +600
Phil Mickelson -- +1000
Rickie Fowler -- +1100
Matt Kuchar -- +1100
Brooks Koepka -- +1200
Brandt Snedeker -- +1400
J.B. Holmes -- +1400
Jimmy Walker -- +1600
Ryan Moore -- +1600
Zach Johnson -- +1800

Top U.S. Rookie

Brooks Koepka -- -120
Ryan Moore -- -110

Top European Rookie

Danny Willett -- +275
Rafa Cabrera Bello -- +400
Matt Fitzpatrick -- +450
Thomas Pieters -- +450
Andy Sullivan -- +550
Chris Wood -- +650

Top U.S. Wildcard

Rickie Fowler -- +225
Matt Kichar -- +240
J.B. Holmes -- +300
Ryan Moore -- +300

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