With France’s Benjamin Pollak eliminated in 3rd place, an American was going to win this year's WSOP Main Event Final
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The reigning PGA Championship champ Jason Day was listed with 10-1 odds of winning the 2016 Tournament but he’ll have to do it while under the weather.
The odds of Rory McIlroy winning the 2016 PGA Championship were coming in at shy of 8-1.
The odds of Dustin Johnson winning the 2016 PGA Championship were coming in at shy of 8-1.
You can bet the 2016 PGA Championship online at BetOnLine. There were two co-favorites to win this week’s PGA Championship: Dustin Johnson and Rory McIlroy, both at +750 odds.
Our own Tony George, one of the leading sports handicappers in the world, has some great PGA Championship 2016 betting predictions.
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Gambling911.com has your RBC Canadian betting odds for 2016 heading into the final day. Live in-play betting is available on this tournament at BetDSI.com.
Jordan Spieth had odds of winning The Open 2016 set at 12-1 at BetOnline. Only three others – Jason Day, Dustin Johnson and Rory McIlroy – had shorter odds.
Rory McIlroy had odds of winning The Open 2016 set at 9-1 at BetOnline. The vast majority of European bookmakers did have him at 10-1 or 11-1 odds to win.
The odds of Dustin Johnson winning the 2016 Open Championship were set at 8-1, making him the favorite. The favorite, however, has not won The Open since 2006 when Tiger Woods did it.
Tony George of TonyGeorgeSports.com has your betting picks and predictions for The Open 2016.
Dustin Johnson was now the +550 favorite to win The Open Championship 2016 this week with a payout potential of $550 for every $100 bet or $55 for every $10 bet.
You can bet the 2016 British Open online at BetOnline, where the latest odds had Dustin Johnson and Jason Day as co-favorites of either 7-1 or 8-1 depending on the book.
Odds to win the 2016 Scottish Open for this week had Henrik Stenson as the 9-1 favorite followed by Branden Grace at 11-1 and three others at 14-1 odds: Martin Kaymer, Phil Mickelson and Shane Lowry.
You can bet the Open de France at BetDSI.com. Be sure to scroll down for some great picks and previews for this week's tournament.
You can bet on the WGC Bridgestone Invitational at BetDSI.com and be sure to check out some great picks in the video below.
Gambling911.com has your 2016 Quicken Loans National betting odds and predictions below.
Gambling911.com has your odds to win the 2016 US Open, keeping in mind that these odds will change following each day’s play. Future betting will be available when event is not in play with LIVE IN-PLAY wagering available during the tournament.
Oakmont in Pennsylvania will prove to be a beast that will be hard to tame this Week and Weekend for the US Open and Gambling911.com Special Contributor Tony George of TonyGeorgeSports.com has your latest US Open Golf betting odds and picks.
Gambling911.com has your 2016 FedEx St. Jude Classic betting odds. The FedEx St. Jude Classic takes place each June on the PGA Tour in Memphis, Tennessee.
A California man was sentenced Monday to 12 months and one day in prison for transferring nearly $3 million of pro golfer Phil Mickelson’s money to "an illegal offshore gambling operation."
Phil Mickelson has agreed to forfeit nearly $1 million that the Securities and Exchange Commission said was unfairly earned on a tip from an insider trading scheme conducted by a former corporate director and a professional gambler.
You can bet this year’s Players Championship at BetOnline, which is offering a 25 percent bonus on your initial deposit. BetOnline does not outwardly restrict any jurisdictions worldwide.
Gambling911.com has your odds to win the 2016 Wells Fargo Championship with Rory McIlroy coming in as the 4-1 favorite.
Fuzzy Zoehler wrongly bet that John Daly would not make it to the age of 50. The professional golfer celebrated his 50th birthday on Thursday.
Danny Willett had taken over the lead late Sunday with his odds of winning The Masters 2016 set at 12-1 coming into Thursday. Jordan Spieth had led throughout all previous rounds and much of Sunday.
After Round One, Willett's odds were as long as 50-1.
Many folks did have Jordan Spieth with payout odds of winning the Masters 2016 set at 10-1 coming into Thursday for a potential take of $1000 with every $100 wagered. BetOnline was still offering odds on Spieth to win but at drastically reduced payout odds of +140 ($140 will be won for every $100 bet).
It’s Spieth versus the Field (favored at -160) heading into Sunday’s play.
The big tournament is here, and there are 10 great Masters betting facts that online bookies should know.
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