The 2014 Ryder Cup gets underway at Gleneagles in Scotland on Friday 26th September through to Sunday 28th. Europe are favourites to retain the trophy they so dramatically won at Medinah two years ago and we have every betting angle for you covered on this site, with the outright odds, and many special bets as well as a detailed look at each of the players, the captains, the the all important golf course. You can also get the very best in bookmaker special offers and free bets on this site and we'll be doing our level best to supply you with the best tips for the 2014 Ryder Cup.
After Europe dramatically won the Ryder Cup at Medinah in 2012, the bookmakers make them favourites to retain the trophy at Gleneagles in 2014.
Match odds, scores and results will appear here throughout the three days of competition from Friday 26th September at Gleneagles in Scotland.
The betting had been pretty quiet in the run up to the 2014 Ryder Cup but players are jostling for those all important places on the European and American teams. It's been a tough time for US captain Tom Watson with Dustin Johnson ruling himself out of the rest of the season, whilst Tiger Woods will also be missing from Team USA due to injury.
Jamie Donaldson cemented his place in the European team when winning the Czech Masters last weekend whilst Stephen Gallacher just missed out on an automatic spot when falling a shot short in the Italian Open on Sunday.
Masters winner Bubba Watson finished top of qualification for the American team following the USPGA Championship and the other automatic selections are Jim Furyk, Rickie Fowler, Jimmy Walker, Phil Mickelson, Matt Kuchar, Jordan Spieth, Patrick Reed and Zach Johnson.
Hunter Mahan's win in The Barclays last weekend will surely put him at the front of the queue for a wildcard place in the USA team.
Paul McGinley and Tom Watson are set to name their three wildcard picks on Tuesday.
Paul McGinley will captain the European Team. The Irish veteran of three Ryder Cups as a player, never finishing on the losing side he'll become the first ever captain of Europe from Ireland. Fellow Irishman Des Smyth and former captain Sam Torrance have already been announced as vice-captains.
Tom Watson will be making his second appearance as the USA Ryder Cup team captain, having led the US to victory at the Belfry way back in 1993. Watson has announced Andy North and Raymond Floyd will be his vice-captains at Gleneagles.
All the online bookmakers will be offering Ryder Cup free bets and these are all available right here on this site by clicking on the appropriate link. Once you have registered and have lodge funds into your account, you will be eligible for your free bet. There are many Ryder Cup betting markets including the leading points scorer for each team, plus many more.
If you're looking for some inspiration on where to put your money for the 2014 Ryder Cup from Gleneagles, we'll have a number of tips available for you in the lead up to the competition. As well as tipping up who we think will win the Ryder Cup, we'll have tips on who the top players will be and what the correct score will be.