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MasterCard Masters – The MasterCard Masters is a golf tournament on the PGA tour of Australasia. It is played annually in December at Huntingdale Online golf Club in Huntingdale, Australia.
The British Open – The British Open is the oldest golf championship that began in 1860. The British Open is played each year in July.
The Masters – The Masters is the first major golf tournament played each year in April at the Augusta Golf Club.
Irish Open – The Irish Open is a European tour golf tournament which is currently played in May each year.
The US Open – The US Open is known as one of the toughest events on the sporting calendar. The US Open tournament is played each year in June.
US PGA Golf Championship – The US PGA began in 1916 and is played each year in August.
PGA Tour Betting – We also offer online golf betting on all PGA tours throughout the year.
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Each Way Bet – An each way bet allows you bet on a player to win and/or be placed in a match.
Head to Head Betting – A straight two-way competition, usually without the draw being offered. If the event is drawn or otherwise tied the dead heat rule applies and bets are paid at half face value of the ticket.
Futures Betting – Bet on various future golf tournaments throughout the year. Find the best odds and lines when you join today.
Outright Betting – Bet on the overall winner of the golf championship.
Tournament Match Betting – The winner will be the player with the highest placing at the end of the tournament.
18 Hole Matchup Betting – This bet is the same as the Tournament Match bet, but is based on 18 holes. The winner will be the player with the highest placing at the end of the tournament.
3 Ball Betting – In most tournaments, golfers go out in groups of three players. This is typically known as 3 balls and creates a betting opportunity called 3 balls. The wager is based on each player to be the lowest scorer of the three over eighteen holes.
2 Ball Betting – For the final two days of golf tournaments, players will go out in groups of two. The online golf wager is based on each player to be the lowest scorer of the two over the round.
Live ‘In Running Betting – You can bet on selected events whilst the golf championship is in progress.
Golf Betting Frequently Asked Questions
How much does the service cost? Membership is always free.
How old do I have to be to place a sports bet? You must be at least 18 years of age to place a bet.
How long does it take to set up an account? It takes just moments to set up an account for sports bets. After completing the online application, your account will be created in seconds. Once your account has been funded, you can start placing sports bets in minutes.
What do I need to do to start sports betting? After your account has been created, you will need to fund your account to start placing sports bets. We offer many quick and easy funding options.
Is my account confidential? All transactions on your account are completely confidential.
If I make a betting error, can it be reversed or refunded? No. Once a wager is made and accepted it is final.
Golf Betting Glossary
Ace – When a player hits the ball directly from the tee into the cup with one shot.
Approach Shot – A shot intended to land the ball on the green.
Back Nine – the last nine holes of an 18 hole online golf course.
Ball Marker – a token or a small coin used to spot the ball’s position on the green prior to lifting it.
Birdie – a hole played one stroke under par.
Bogey – a hole played one stroke over par.
Caddie – a person paid to carry the golf player’s clubs.
Chip – a short shot that is intended to travel through the air over a very short distance and roll the remainder of the way to the hole.
Club – a tool used to hit the ball.
Come Backer – a putt required after the previous putt travels past the hole.
Dimple – the round indentations on the online golf ball.
Double Bogey – a hole played two strokes over par.
Downswing – the motion of swinging a club from the top of the swing to the point of impact.
Drive – the first shot of each hole.
Eagle – a hole played in two strokes under par.
Fairway – the area of the course between the tee and green.
Fore – Fore is shouted as a warning when it appears a ball may possibly hit someone.
Front Nine – Holes 1 through 9 on a online golf course.
Goldie Bounce – when the ball strikes a tree and bounces back onto the fairway.
Hole – a hole in the ground which is called a cup.
Lag – a long putt designed to get the ball close to the hole.
Line – the expected path of the ball to the hole.
Ostrich – a hole played five strokes under par.
Pace – the speed at which a putt must be struck to get to the hole.
Pitch – a short shot.
Putt – a shot played on the green.
Scratch golfer – a player’s handicap that is zero.
Slice – a poor shot that curves sharply from the left to the right.
Snowman – an eight on a hole.
Speed – a term used to describe the pace of a putt.
Target Line – the straight line from the ball to its intended target.
Whiff – an attempt to strike the ball where the player fails to make contact with the ball.
Zinger- a ball hit high and hard.
Golf Betting Tips
- Never bet more than you can afford.
- Check the odds before placing a bet.
- Always check the weather forecast before placing a golf bet.
- Two ball and three ball golf bets are some of the most profitable bets in golf.
- Only gamble for fun.