Ryder Cup 2018

Ryder Cup betting on the transatlantic golfing duel between Europe and the United States. Le Golf National in Paris will host the next tournament in 2018. Get odds of 11/1 on a 14-14 Tie with BetVictor

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Golf is becoming an increasingly popular sport for punters with the widespread television coverage and online betting opportunities. The British Open attracts the biggest turnover of the golfing year with the outright winner market receiving most attention. The bookmakers base their prices on the world rankings and the most popular golfers but there have been some largely unconsidered winners in recent years. The outright winner market changes throughout the tournament and many professional punters aim to have several golfers on their side going into the final round rather than put all their eggs in one basket.

There are golf tournaments across the globe all year round and it now takes a good deal of time to keep up-to-date with the form of the world’s leading players. The best players are split between the European tour and the US P.G.A. tour with the elite players contesting the major events. If you feel it is ambitious to pick the outright tournament winner, you can take advantage of the “Group betting” offered by bookmakers. This allows you to bet on a golfer, typically from a group of five, to perform best during the tournament.

If you don’t mind betting at shorter odds, some sports betting sites offer odds on players to make the half-way cut.… Read More

Golf is becoming an increasingly popular sport for punters with the widespread television coverage and online betting opportunities. The British Open attracts the biggest turnover of the golfing year with the outright winner market receiving most attention. The bookmakers base their prices on the world rankings and the most popular golfers but there have been some largely unconsidered winners in recent years. The outright winner market changes throughout the tournament and many professional punters aim to have several golfers on their side going into the final round rather than put all their eggs in one basket.

There are golf tournaments across the globe all year round and it now takes a good deal of time to keep up-to-date with the form of the world’s leading players. The best players are split between the European tour and the US P.G.A. tour with the elite players contesting the major events. If you feel it is ambitious to pick the outright tournament winner, you can take advantage of the “Group betting” offered by bookmakers. This allows you to bet on a golfer, typically from a group of five, to perform best during the tournament.

If you don’t mind betting at shorter odds, some sports betting sites offer odds on players to make the half-way cut. There are each-way terms offered on the outright markets, usually 1/4 odds first five places or 1/5 odds first six places. It is certainly worth comparing prices amongst the leading bookmakers as they can vary quite considerably. You may think that 40-1 is a great price but the same golfer could be available at double those odds elsewhere with better place terms.

Another popular form of golf betting is the three-ball where bookmakers offer prices on the individual matches for the first two rounds of a tournament. Similarly, after the half-way cut, they will offer prices on the two-balls for the concluding two rounds of the tournament.

If you prefer to watch the players in the early stages of a tournament before placing your bets, you can now bet “In running” on all of the major golf tournaments. Of course the bookmakers will be watching the same live action and they frequently update the odds to reflect the players on the leaderboard. Even so, you can often get a sense of who is hot or cold with the putter and may be able to snap up some good value. You can also take advantage from any drastic changes in the weather and take some big prices about golfers already back in the clubhouse if you think the players out on course are going to suffer in the closing holes.

If you have access to sports betting on the exchanges, you can lay off some of your investments or employ hedge betting strategies to protect your position. If you take your golf betting seriously, you have a good chance of making it profitable as well as entertaining.

Top Tips

  • Betfair:
    Bet on Henrik Stenson to become the BMW PGA Championship Winner.

    View
  • Paddypower:
    Back Australia to take the Ashes home with them.

    4/6
  • Betway:
    Back Rafael Nadal to become the Mens French Open Winner.

    View
  • Coral:
    Back One For Arthur to win the Grand National.

    16/1
  • Bet365:
    Back Mexico to win the Confederations Cup.

    10/1

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    £200 Deposit Bonus

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  • Paddy Power:
    Bet £10 Get £30

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  • Sky Bet:
    £10 Free Bet (No Deposit)

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Top Offers

  • 10 Bet:
    Real Madrid to win the Champions League

    5/6
  • Paddy Power:
    Chris Froome to win the Tour De France

    5/6
  • Bet Bright:
    Juventus to win the Champions League Final

    EVS
  • Unibet:
    Arsenal to win the FA Cup Final

    7/4
  • Coral:
    Lewis Hamilton to win the Monaco Grand Prix

    7/4