While the outcome of the 43rd Ryder Cup appears to be a foregone conclusion, there is plenty of action to be had for bettors during Sunday singles.
Team USA holds its largest lead after two days since 1975. Facing an 11-5 deficit, Team Europe would have to stage a record comeback in order to earn the 14 points it needs to retain the Cup.
The Americans are heavy favorites entering Sunday, from -5000 at William Hill to -10000 at DraftKings.
The 12 singles matches present a variety of betting opportunities, as do a variety of prop bet markets.
Northern Ireland's Rory McIlroy will play against Xander Schauffele of the U.S. in Sunday's first singles match at Whistling Straits. With McIlroy going 0-3 during group play, the four-time major winner is a 130 underdog at DraftKings and 170 at William Hill.
World No. 1 Jon Rahm is the lone favorite for Team Europe after earning 3 1/2 points during group play.
Singles Matches Odds (DraftKings):
Match 2: Patrick Cantlay (-125) vs. Shane Lowry (170)
Match 3: Scottie Scheffler (220) vs. Jon Rahm (-160)
Match 4: Bryson DeCheambeau (105) vs. Sergio Garcia (125)
Match 5: Collin Morikawa (-105) vs. Viktor Hovland (140)
Match 6: Dustin Johnson (-150) vs. Paul Casey (200)
Match 7: Brooks Koepka (-150) vs. Bernd Wiesberger (200)
Match 8: Tony Finau (-125) vs. Ian Poulter (163)
Match 9: Justin Thomas (-137) vs. Tyrrell Hatton (175)
Match 10: Harris English (-110) vs. Lee Westwood (138)
Match 11: Jordan Spieth (-110) vs. Tommy Fleetwood (138)
Match 12: Daniel Berger (-110) vs. Matt Fitzpatrick (138)
The U.S. is the -225 favorite to win the most points in singles, with Europe 250 and a tie being offered at 700.
Johnson is the -200 favorite to finish as the top points scorer for the event, followed by Rahm (275), Schauffele (900), Morikawa (1400) and Garcia (1600)
At William Hill, Schauffele is the 110 favorite to be the top-scoring rookie for Team USA. Morikawa is 125 and Cantlay is 500.
--Field Level Media