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GOLF Betting, Scores, Odds, and Schedule

Golf Betting Information

Golf betting is teeing off as legal sports betting expands across the United States. Golf is gaining popularity among sports bettors for a variety of reasons. For one, golf odds are relatively soft compared to big-market sports like NFL and NBA. But the best part: golf is year-around.

The most common way to bet on golf is by betting on golf outrights or futures, e.g., Tiger Woods +2000 to win The Masters. In this case, a bettor would be betting on Woods at 20-to-1 odds. So a $10 bet would profit $200 if Woods in fact wins.

Golf futures/outrights are enticing because there’s often value on golfers with long odds. In 2019, there were 14 first-time winners on the PGA Tour, defying the odds and helping golf bettors cash anywhere from 50-to-1 to 125-to-1 futures wagers. How often do you see underdogs of that magnitude hit in other sports?

If outrights aren’t your cup of tea, feel free to take a swing at matchup bets, which include head-to-head moneylines between golfers for the tournament. (Click here to learn how to read lines and check out or FAQ for more sports betting-related questions). Oddsmakers post new matchups for each round of a golf tournament meaning you can always find something to bet on.

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