Golf betting rules

A price is offered for both players to be the lower scorer over the round, as well as a price for a tie. For the final two days of most tournaments, golfers go out in groups of 2 players called 2 balls. In teams of three or four, each player plays there own ball and one plays the pink ball. 2 Player Golf Formats

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For To Finish in Top 4 bets, dead heat rules apply. For example, after 72 holes the leader board looks like. Players 3,4 and 5 tie for third place and Player 6 is a loser. The same rules as 72 Hole matchups apply except wagers are graded as per 18 holes. Paired players, may or may not be playing together. If the 2 players shoot the same score there is a push. For the first two days of most tournaments, golfers go out in groups of 3 players called 3 balls.

This presents the betting opportunity called '3 balls'. A price is offered for each player to be the lowest scorer of the three over the eighteen holes.

Should a player in the 3 ball not tee-off all bets in that 3 ball are void. However should a player retire during the round he will be deemed to have played. In the event of a 3 ball being re-arranged all bets in that 3 ball will stand as per original pairings. There is no tie selection offered. In the case above bets on: Player A are paid out at half wagered amount to full odds with half wagered amount as a loser Player B are paid out at half wagered amount to full odds with half wagered amount as a loser Player C are losers.

For the final two days of most tournaments, golfers go out in groups of 2 players called 2 balls. A price is offered for both players to be the lower scorer over the round, as well as a price for a tie. Bets stand once the players have teed off the first hole. If a round is abandoned, bets on that round are void. The full odds are then paid to the divided stake with the remainder of the wagered amount being lost Outright Betting: For outright betting, bets placed on players after they have teed-off are void provided that the player takes no further part in the event after the bet is placed, eg bets placed after the second round and the player withdraws before the third round - such bets on the withdrawn player are void and we reserve the right to deduct the equivalent tattersalls rule 4c Tattersalls Rule 4.

The rate of deduction will be based on the following scale: For 72 matchups, if one player misses the cut, the other player is deemed the winner. If both players miss the cut, the lowest score after the cut has been made will determine settlement. In 72 Hole Matchup betting in the event of a listed player being withdrawn prior to the first round then that match is void.

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