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Ryder Cup odds: +1200 for a 14-14 tie in Paris

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Think the U.S. is going to retain via a 14-14 tie in Paris? Have $100?

Two days ahead of the start of the Ryder Cup, The Westgate Las Vegas Superbook lists the United States as -130 favorites to finally win on European soil for the first time in 25 years, with the Europeans as +130 underdogs.

Only twice in the history of the Ryder Cup have the matches ended in a halve. But you can lock in a 14-14 tie at +1200. Of note, while the U.S. is -130 to win, it is -150 to "lift the trophy."

Bovada, separately, has a slew of individual player and prop bets for the weekend.

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Bryson DeChambeau, Brooks Koepka, Phil Mickelson, Justin Thomas and Tiger Woods are all 12/1 favorites to hole the winning putt. Tommy Fleetwood, Ian Poulter, Justin Rose and Henrik Stenson are the highest-ranked Europeans to do the same at 18/1.

Patrick Reed and Jordan Spieth are co-favorites to hit the opening tee ball Friday for the U.S. at 5/1, with Reed 4/1 to lead off Sunday singles. Rose is 11/5 to hit the opening drive for Europe, and Rory McIlroy is 10/3 to open singles.

DeChambeau and Tony Finau are both 13/2 to represent the U.S. in the anchor match, with Paul Casey and Alex Noren at 6/1 for Europe.

Finally, Dustin Johnson (11/2) and Rory McIlroy (9/2) and Justin Rose (9/2) are favored to be the top point-getters for each team.