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Golf betting is growing in popularity especially on the four men’s major golf championships as golf is one of the most played games in the world, originating back in 15th century Scotland. In the world of golf the Major Championships hold market share when it comes to golf odds on offer and are made up of four highly prestigious pro-golfing tournaments: US Masters Tournament, US Open, British Open Championships and the PGA Championship.
There are a range of popular golf bet types open all season long at Ladbrokes. Golf betting is as big as the prize funds offered in the major golf tournaments across the year. Along with the four most prestigious golf championships – known as the Majors – fans can bet on a host of other professional golf tours led by the PGA Tour, European Tour and the four World Golf Championships events.
While US PGA odds are some of the most sought after golf markets, punters can also enjoy access to all of the PGA tour odds across the year at Ladbrokes. Other major golf markets include: outright golfing odds on a tournament winner, odds on a Top 5 finish in a set tournament, First Round Leader and Top Australian Golfer in a golf championship like the US Open.
The Major PGA Championship Tournament starts with the Masters where the fight for the green jacket stars in April. This is followed by the US Open golf championship in June, which is run across various golf courses around the United States unlike the US Masters that is held at the coveted Augusta National Golf Club every year.
Next-up is the UK’s turn with the British Golf Open tournament taking place on the week of the third Friday in July annually, before the golf betting action returns to America for the US PGA Championship.