One of the world’s most stressful & relaxing pastimes has become a bit hit for online punters.
Sports punters have a variety of golf betting options available including Straight Out, Head to Head, Top 5, Make the Cut, Round Leader, Futures Betting & more.
Australia has produced world class golfers over the years, including the likes of Greg Norman, Adam Scott, Jason Day and Geoff Ogilvy, who have all proven themselves on the world stage.
Check out the latest golf betting markets below.
Golf Betting Markets
Sportsbet is your best bet for golf betting because they offer top golf odds and an excellent first bet bonus when you join and place a first bet.
- $501 Free Bet – Claim a $501 free bet on any Golf tournament when you join Sportsbet.
- U.S. Masters odds – Latest odds for the US Masters at Augusta National.
- U.S Open odds – Latest odds for the U.S. Open golf tournament.
- British Open odds – Latest odds for the British Open at St Andrews
- PGA Championship odds – Latest odds for the PGA Championship golf tournament.
The majors are the most popular golf betting tournaments during the year and most online bookmakers have markets available well in advance of the tournament.
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Australian & World Golf Majors
The premier golf events around the world are called ‘Majors” and there are four of them in total. The most prestigious golfing event for professional golfers is the US Masters in April at Augusta National Golf Club.
The three other majors are the U.S. Open in the United States in June, the British Open in the United Kingdom in July, and the PGA Championship in the United States in August.
The latest Golf Majors odds can be found at online bookmaker Sportsbet.
Latest Golf News
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TONY Finau might just be the hardest man in golf.
IT seemed like all of Augusta National was rooting for Jordan Spieth on Sunday afternoon.
MASTERS champion Patrick Reed wasn’t a fan favourite, and likely never will be.