Golf Betting Odds
When it comes to finding bang for your buck in the sports betting world, you don’t get much better than golf. With a whole host of global tours, a year-round calendar and the four major tournaments, it’s not hard to find a golfing event to try your betting hand at. There’s never a shortage of golf betting opportunities. With around 156 players to bet on, a good starting point would be to look at the current form of the players when considering the latest golf odds. You can take your pick of the masters of the game, like Rory McIlroy, Dustin Johnson and Brooks Koepka, or pick from a host of exciting up-and-coming players like Viktor Hovland.
One of the best things about betting on golf is the sheer number of betting options available. We’ve included just some of the options below:
- Tournament winner
- First-round leader
- Hole in one
- National leaders and much more
So, whether you think Tiger Woods is going to keep up his comeback streak, Phil Mickelson has another green jacket in him, or if you’re convinced the US team can surge to victory against team Europe, there’s a bet just waiting for you.
Golf betting odds will prove to be very lucrative as much as it is fun. There are so many talented golf players to place your bets on. BetMGM’s online sportsbook offers you the ideal convenience while you get the best value for your money.
Golf Betting FAQs
1. How to bet on golf
For 37 weeks of the year, there is golf to bet on, and sometimes more than one tournament happening a week. There are a huge number of options available and understanding golf betting odds will make your attempts at betting much more successful. These are the main sports betting options you’ll find for golf:
- To win bets: When you bet on which player will win a particular tournament.
- Each-way bets: This involves two bets on one player. You bet on them winning, but if they don’t win, then you can bet on which position they will land in.
- First-round leader bets: In every golf tournament, 18 holes are considered a round. Big tournaments are normally made up of 4 days or 72 holes of golf. When you place a bet on the first-round leader, you are betting on who you think will be at the front after the first 18 holes.
- Match-up bets: A match-up bet is like a moneyline bet but between two players. For example, the bookmakers could have Phil Mickelson and Tiger Woods going head-to-head. You then need to place your bet on the one you think will win.
- Group match-up bets: This is the exact same as a match-up but is between more than two players.
- Futures bets: You can bet on the winner of any golf tournament coming up in the calendar or how many tournaments a particular golfer will win.
- Props: These are bets that don’t fit into the other categories and usually involve things such as someone sinking a hole-in-one, or how many eagles will be made in a tournament (over/under), etc.
2. How does an each-way bet work in golf?
An each-way bet is relatively simple and is a good way to spread your odds of winning. In this bet, you put money down twice on one player. You bet for them to win, and what position they will finish in if they don’t win.
3. How to bet on golf majors?
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