As with many sports there is a huge range of markets available for bettors when it comes to golf. As well as some of the more predictable bets such as outright winner, there is also the possibility to bet on the next hole – and in a number of ways. All next hole bets concentrate on the next hole played only.
The biggest golf tournaments will attract a lot of betting activity and as it is a sport that takes quite a while to compete there is a lot of scope for making a selection on one of the many markets.
Bettors can choose from a range of options when it comes to next hole betting. They can select the next hole winner between the two, three or four players playing in a group, or they can choose over or under par as the way of deciding the hole. In bets like this – such as next hole score – the bettor will usually get to choose birdie or better, par, or bogey or worse to find the outcome. This kind of bet can also be slightly amended to take all players into consideration in the next hole combined market.
Bettors thinking of going for next hole wager should always take into consideration the chance that a golfer plays the round of their life. This was the case for Ernie Els at the 1994 Dubai Desert Classic when the South African managed an incredible 12 birdies in just 18 holes. Darren Clarke actually matched the same feat at the 1999 European Open in Ireland.
Full coverage of poker and bingo, from reviews of providers to guides and much more besides!
Players must be 21 years of age or older or reach the minimum age for gambling in their respective state and located in jurisdictions where online gambling is legal. Please play responsibly. Bet with your head, not over it. If you or someone you know has a gambling problem, and wants help, call or visit: (a) the Council on Compulsive Gambling of New Jersey at 1-800-Gambler or www.800gambler.org; or (b) Gamblers Anonymous at 855-2-CALL-GA or www.gamblersanonymous.org.
Trading financial products carries a high risk to your capital, especially trading leverage products such as CFDs. CFDs are complex instruments and come with a high risk of losing money rapidly due to leverage. Between 74-89% of retail investor accounts lose money when trading CFDs. You should consider whether you understand how CFDs work and whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing your money.
This site is using Cloudflare and adheres to the Google Safe Browsing Program. We adapted Google's Privacy Guidelines to keep your data safe at all times.