The 101st PGA tour season is upon us, and there are many amazing events to look forward to. The first tournament of the new year will be the Hyundai Tournament of Champions on January 10 in Hawaii, and you can bet on it, states that have sports betting and that accept U.S. residents include just about all 50. The odds are already posted on most prominent betting sites for the outright winner, 1st round leader, and the top American and European players. Will Jordan Spieth reign supreme throughout the tour? He is at the tops of most odssmakers lists. Let’s take a look at the playing field, and see where you should put your money. Continue reading
This year’s British Open was full of surprises. With fierce winds that caused a Monday finish at St. Andrews, this was probably the most memorable Open since 2002, when Ernie Els overcame almost insurmountable odds to win. Many bettors took advantage of the online betting sites to wager on the outright winner of the 2015 Open Championship, and with the surprising outcome of the tournament, there were probably more than a few sour faces as favorites fell by the wayside.
The winner of the Open Championship was a massive surprise for most bettors. Zach Johnson shot 66 (-6) during Monday’s final round of the tournament, marking a career best for the golfer as well as the lowest final round in St. Andrews British Open history. Continue reading