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How to bet on Golf - betting guide & advice

How to bet on Golf
Golf is one of the sports which go for most of the year and with the PGA Tour and the European PGA Tour combined there is generally a couple of tournaments a week to be betting on. So the sport does offer a lot of tournament turnover for punters to get their teeth into. One of the best ways to get yourself going in golf is by looking for an online bookmaker which offers some regular golf betting bonus and offers, such as Coral, Boylesports and Paddy Power. There is a lot to be gained by taking money back special insurance or best prices wherever you can get them.

How to bet on Golf

Tournament outrights is the most popular form of golf betting that punters engage in. Why? Because it is straightforward and simple and you put your wits against a bookmaker by trying to make the right call of who will win the tournament. Easy enough, but not easy to actually land a winner. It is notoriously hard for punters to land winners, but on the flip side of that, it, of course, means that there is some great value to be found in the market if you are willing to risk it. You can, of course, take an each way wager on an outright winner, as when you are looking at odds of 20/1 on someone, you aren’t going to be unhappy at taking 1/4 odds for a place finish.

Golf Betting - Odds, Preview and Predictions

Unlike say a football match or a darts match, golf is missing those direct head to head battles which leads to 1x2 match outrights betting. It’s an individual sport of course but there are ways around this, notably by looking at 2-ball and 3-ball betting. Golfers go off in threes or pairs and bookmakers have recognised that punters do like a little head on competition and offer a market where you can bet player against player. In a 3-ball for example, a group of three golfers, you pick who you think is likely to finish with the lowest score of those three players in that round. It adds a great dimension to golf betting.

There are also decent golf props to look at to add a bit of variety to your golf betting. You can select something like the nationality of the winner, or shoot for a European winner for example if you don’t want to be that specific. A good tip is to check out the official websites of both Tours where you can find detailed stats of a player for the season and for their history at a certain event. It should help in making your golf betting decisions.

Live golf betting

As with most sports nowadays you can get your teeth into some great live in play betting. When it comes to golf you are generally going to be looking at things like Win Only on 3-ball or 2-balls that are out on the course. You can get hole-specific as well, for example, which of the three players in a group is going to win Hole 15 for example. Those are nice little wagers to have while the tournament is going on, and of course, as always, watching the sport as it is happening will enhance your live golf betting decisions.

Golf betting advice

The tournament outright markets are fraught with a lack of value for a punter. The fields for a golf tournament are so huge, the game is so unpredictable that taking a price of 6/1 on an outright winner represents such little value that it is to be ignored most of the time. You can at times, find insurance on the golf betting outright market, such as lost stakes as a refund if your selection finishes in the top three for example. Each way value should come into golf outrights, but there are a couple of markets which offer some good, steady profit chances and those are the Top 5 and Top 10 finish markets (pre-tournament). So for a sacrifice of odds, of course, you can reduce your risk in golf outrights by looking for solid top ten or top five finishers. It is a great alternative to the tournament outright.



1  Sports Betting Guide
2  Sports betting explained
3  Sports betting types explained
4  Successful betting
5  Sports betting systems
6  Sign up at the bookmaker
7  Betting on other sports types
7.1  How to bet on Horse Racing
7.2  How to bet on Tennis
7.3  How to bet on Cricket
7.4  How to bet on Snooker
7.5  How to bet on Darts
7.6  How to bet on Golf
7.7  How to bet on Rugby
7.8  How to bet on other sports
7.9  How to bet on Reality TV shows




1  Sports Betting Guide

2  Sports betting explained
2.1  Betting odds explained
2.2  How to choose a bookmaker
2.3  Online betting sign up offers

3  Sports betting types explained
3.1  Football betting types explained
3.1.1  Over/under betting explained
3.1.2  In play betting on football
3.1.3  Handicap betting on football
3.1.4  Ante-post betting explained
3.2  Other types of sports bets

4  Successful betting
4.1  Betting stakes explained
4.2  Betting advice
4.3  Betting analysis / statistics

5  Sports betting systems
5.1  Value bets explained
5.2  Accumulator bets explained
5.3  System bets & perms explained
5.4  Negative progression betting

6  Sign up at the bookmaker
6.1  Bookmaker payment options
6.2  Bookmaker terms & conditions
6.3  Bookmaker payouts
6.4  Betting & gambling addiction

7  Betting on other sports types
7.1  How to bet on Horse Racing
7.2  How to bet on Tennis
7.3  How to bet on Cricket
7.4  How to bet on Snooker
7.5  How to bet on Darts
7.6  How to bet on Golf
7.7  How to bet on Rugby
7.8  How to bet on other sports
7.9  How to bet on Reality TV shows



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