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Friday 17th of September 2021
10:00 AM Matchup for the 2nd Round ONLY
7201 Tom Hoge
+½ ( -129 )
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EV
7202 Doc Redman
-½ ( -101 )
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-120
10:10 AM Matchup for the 2nd Round ONLY
7203 Harold Varner III
-½ ( +104 )
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-110
7204 Maverick McNealy
+½ ( -134 )
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-110
10:30 AM Matchup for the 2nd Round ONLY
7205 Sebastian Munoz
+½ ( +122 )
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+160
7206 Hideki Matsuyama
-½ ( -152 )
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-185
10:40 AM Matchup for the 2nd Round ONLY
7207 Hudson Swafford
+½ ( -115 )
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+115
7208 Matt Kuchar
-½ ( -115 )
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-135
10:55 AM Matchup for the 2nd Round ONLY
7209 Marc Leishman
+½ ( +106 )
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+140
7210 Will Zalatoris
-½ ( -136 )
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-160
10:40 AM Matchup for the 2nd Round ONLY
7211 JT Poston
+½ ( +120 )
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+158
7212 Charles Howell III
-½ ( -150 )
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-180
10:55 AM Matchup for the 2nd Round ONLY
7213 Patton Kizzire
+½ ( -112 )
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+115
7214 Charley Hoffman
-½ ( -118 )
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-135
11:05 AM Matchup for the 2nd Round ONLY
7215 Scott Piercy
+½ ( -129 )
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-105
7216 Roger Sloan
-½ ( -101 )
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-115
11:15 AM Matchup for the 2nd Round ONLY
7217 Adam Schenk
-½ ( -129 )
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-150
7218 Matthew Nesmith
+½ ( -101 )
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+130
11:25 AM Matchup for the 2nd Round ONLY
7219 James Hahn
-½ ( -101 )
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-115
7220 Vaughn Taylor
+½ ( -129 )
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-105
11:25 AM Matchup for the 2nd Round ONLY
7221 Denny McCarthy
+½ ( +110 )
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+145
7222 Mito Pereira
-½ ( -140 )
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-165
11:50 AM Matchup for the 2nd Round ONLY
7223 Stephan Jaeger
+½ ( -108 )
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+120
7224 Sahith Theegala
-½ ( -122 )
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-140
3:10 PM Matchup for the 2nd Round ONLY
7225 Peter Malnati
+½ ( -124 )
-
EV
7226 Brandon Hagy
-½ ( -106 )
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-120
3:20 PM Matchup for the 2nd Round ONLY
7227 Russell Knox
+½ ( -112 )
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+115
7228 Patrick Rodgers
-½ ( -118 )
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-135
3:30 PM Matchup for the 2nd Round ONLY
7229 Talor Gooch
-½ ( -129 )
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-150
7230 Nate Lashley
+½ ( -101 )
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+130
3:40 PM Matchup for the 2nd Round ONLY
7231 Kevin Na
-½ ( -118 )
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-135
7232 Chez Reavie
+½ ( -112 )
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+115
3:40 PM Matchup for the 2nd Round ONLY
7233 Webb Simpson
-½ ( -126 )
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-145
7234 Emiliano Grillo
+½ ( -104 )
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+125
3:50 PM Matchup for the 2nd Round ONLY
7235 Brendon Todd
-½ ( -114 )
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-130
7236 Lanto Griffin
+½ ( -116 )
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+110
3:50 PM Matchup for the 2nd Round ONLY
7237 Jon Rahm
-½ ( -171 )
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-220
7238 Kim Si Woo
+½ ( +141 )
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+180
3:50 PM Matchup for the 2nd Round ONLY
7239 Max Homa
-½ ( -136 )
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-160
7240 Kevin Tway
+½ ( +106 )
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+140
4:05 PM Matchup for the 2nd Round ONLY
7241 Cameron Champ
-½ ( +104 )
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-110
7242 Phil Mickelson
+½ ( -134 )
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-110
4:15 PM Matchup for the 2nd Round ONLY
7243 Cameron Tringale
-½ ( -122 )
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-140
7244 Doug Ghim
+½ ( -108 )
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+120
4:15 PM Matchup for the 2nd Round ONLY
7245 Hank Lebioda
-½ ( -110 )
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-125
7246 Brice Garnett
+½ ( -120 )
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+105
4:25 PM Matchup for the 2nd Round ONLY
7247 Wyndham Clark
-½ ( -104 )
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-110
7248 Harry Higgs
+½ ( -126 )
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-110
4:35 PM Matchup for the 2nd Round ONLY
7249 Scott Stallings
+½ ( -124 )
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EV
7250 Luke List
-½ ( -106 )
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-120

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Online golf betting isn’t as well-known as other sports betting options but there’s no question it’s popularity has been growing in recent years. And why not? After all, it offers a plethora of options to turn a profit throughout the year and undoubtedly makes the Ryder Cup, Masters and US Open all that much more entertaining. So how should one go about betting on golf online?

How to bet on Golf Online

The first step to betting on golf online is simply toa create an account. Once that’s taken care of, you can go ahead and deposit some funds. Next you’re ready to back your favorite golfers with some eye-catching sportsbook predictions. However, before you do, it’s important to have some understanding of basic golf betting lines.

Most Common Online Golf Betting Odds/Lines

The most common type of golf bets revolve around futures betting or matchup betting. When you bet on futures, you’re betting on a player to win a tournament. Matchup betting on the other hand, is betting on a player to shoot lower than another. Usually this will be one golfer versus another, or it can even feature a trio. A common futures line will have the name of the golfer followed by the odds i.e. Tiger Woods +700. We’ll cover the odds below but first let’s look at a normal golf matchup betting line. The line starts on the left with the name of the golfer, followed by the spread line, a hyphen for the totals (there is no over/under) and lastly the money line. The spread has the number at which the line is set followed by the odds while the money line only has the odds.

Danny Lee +½ (-120) - EV
Bud Cauley -½ (EV) - -120

Betting Golf Money Line (Matchup Betting)

Moneyline betting is pretty straightforward. Here you are betting on the golfer to shoot a lower score than his counterpart. The most important thing to understand here really is the payout. As you can see, Danny Lee is facing even odds (EV) while Bud Cauley is pegged as the betting favorite.

Even odds is a 50-50 payout. This means that if you bet $100 you can win $100. Simply put, a $100 winning bet on Danny Lee would net you $200 in winnings (the original $100 + the $100 in winnings from the even odds). It’s important to note that even odds can be higher, so it’s really your call as to how much value can be had here.

Cauley on the other hand, is the favorite so the payout isn’t as lucrative. In order to be eligible to win $100 you would need to place a $120 bet on Cauley. In short, a $120 winning bet on Cauley would net you $220 in winnings (the original $120 bet + the $100 in winnings).

Let’s imagine that Cauley is pegged as an underdog here and is facing +120 odds. Since he is the underdog, the payout is a little nicer. For +120 odds, you would only need to bet $100 in order to be eligible for $120. To recap, a $100 winning bet on +120 odds would net you $220 (the original $100 bet + the $120 in winnings).

Betting Golf Spread

Golf betting spread is easy to pick up. Here you’re not betting on a player to win or lose but to cover the spread. In the above line, the spread is set at ½. Because it’s not a whole point, you’re betting on Danny Lee to basically bet Bud Cauley here. Alternatively, you can see that Cauley is facing even odds on the spread. So if you’re confident he can get the job done, you can find better value in taking Cauley on the spread instead of straight up.

Betting Golf Futures

When you bet on golf futures, you’re betting on a player to win a tournament. Generally this offers great payouts. A favorite to win a tournament can be facing +800 odds. This means that a $100 winning bet on this player would net you $900 (the original $100 + the $800 in winnings).