These are the ways that we offer for Golf Betting:
To Win the Tournament: Customers bet on one of the players to be the champion of the Tournament.
To Finish in the Top 5: The Top 5 finishers and anybody who tied with the fifth finisher.
To Finish in the Top 10: The Top 10 finishers and anybody who tied with the tenth finisher.
Match-ups: We pair up players and the customer picks one of them to have a better record than the other. We offer Match-ups for the entire tournament and on major events we also offer Round Match-ups betting.
3 Ball Betting: In 3 Ball Betting 3 golfers are matched up and the golfer with the best score wins the pool. 3 Ball Betting can be offered for the entire tournament or for a specific round. If two or more players are tied for the win in the pool the dead heat rule will apply.
Top Player in a group: On major tournaments we offer pools such as TOP AMERICAN player in the tournament. In such pools if ties for the best position occur, the dead heat rule will apply.
Round Leader: On major tournaments we offer a pool for the best score in a specific round of play. In such pools if ties for the best score occur, the dead heat rule will apply.
Dead Heat Rule
For golf wagers containing more than two participants such as 3 Balls, 6 Ball Shooter, Top players in a group and Round leader (S) for example where two or more players tie for the same place the dead heat rule is applied as follows: The wager is reduced according to how many players tie and is then applied to the full odds with the remainder of the stake deemed as lost.
You wager $150 at odds of +200 and 2 players tie for the same position, Half the stake is lost -$75, the other half wins and is paid the same odds. So $75 wins at +200 = $150 - $75 = $75 net.If 3 players tie for the same position then: Two thirds of the stake is lost -$100, the remaining third $50 wins at +200. Please note this rule does not apply to two player matchups where a tie results in a push.
For Matchups the player must tee off in order to be considered action. If a player does not tee off, then any wager involving him would be considered no action and will be cancelled.The exception to this rule is when the wager is made on a pool and all players have action regardless if they start or not the tournament. (ex: to win TOURNAMENT)
If a players tees off, he is in action regardless of the number of holes played.
Example of a Tournament Matchup:
In this tournament match-If a customer picks Fred Funk, the wager is on Fred Funk to have a better record than Joe Durant. Not necessarily that Funk must win the championship but that he will end up in a better position than Durant. Both players must Tee Off in the tournament for the matchup to have action. In a two-player match-up wager, the player completing the most holes is declared the winner. If both players complete the same number of holes then the lowest score wins.
Specific Rounds: Aside the odds to win the whole Tournament, we may also offer odds to win a specific round. So a customer can bet on a player to win the 3rd round only. If this is the case we will specify that the bet is for the round only and not for the whole tournament. Both players must tee off in the specified round for action. 4th round does not include playoffs
When a point scoring method is used such as Stableford, then the highest number of point wins. The only exception to this rule is when a tournament is rain shortened and the final scores are determined by the PGA usually by reverting back to the last completed round.
We ONLY accept Straight Bets when wagering on Golf regardless if it is a wager on To Win Tournament, Top 5, Top 10, Tournament Matchups, Round Matchups or Top Player Betting. Any other type of wager that is not a straight wager (Example: Parlays, If Bets, Reverses and/or Round Robins) will be cancelled by us without prior notice.