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(Gamblng911.com Sports Wire) - Rory McIlroy, among the early favorites to win the 2015 British Open, has decided not to take part in the tournament due to injury. The announcement came Wednesday afternoon.
McIlroy had been listed with the second shortest odds (7-1) to win The Open after Jordan Spieth (5-1).
(Gambling911.com Fantasy Sports Wire) - There were a number of Daily Fantasy Golf contests being offered up for both the John Deere Classic and Scottish Open this week. Some of the better contests can be found at DraftKings.com.
GULLANE, Scotland (Associated Press) — Five-time major champion Phil Mickelson refused to comment on allegations linking him to an illegal gambling operation, saying Wednesday he is used to being an "object to be discussed."
(Gambling911.com Fantasy Sports Wire) - With the PGA Greenbrier Classic on the horizon this coming Thursday, DraftKings has your Drive the Green Daily Fantasy Sports contest, which promises a payout of $100K to the winner.
Turn a mere $3 into $100K. You will be participating with 95.8K others for this grand prize.
Golf great Phil Mickelson has been tied to a $2.75 million gambling case, according to ESPN. Mickelson has not been charged with any crime and is not under investigation.
From the San Diego Union Tribune:
Carrie Stroup here with your 2015 Travelers Championship betting odds for this week.
TPC River Highlands – Cromwell, CT
(Gambling911.com Sports Wire) – Jordan Spieth was still a 2-1 odds favorite, tied with Dustin Johnson, to win the 2015 US Open Sunday. Spieth was tied atop the leaderboard with three others: Johnson, Jason Day (4-1) and Branden Grace (7-1). There was some question as to whether Day would even be able to play in Saturday’s round after being diagnosed with Vertigo on Friday and passing out at the final hole.
(Gambling911.com Sports Betting Wire) – Our friends at Sportsbook.ag are now taking bets throughout the US Open Golf tournament even when in play as part of their uber popular live betting platform.
That’s right, you can actually bet on your favorite golfer to win while the US Open is in progress.
Whether you are entering one of a few dozen Fantasy Golf contests being offered by DraftKings or looking to bet the US Open, the following strategies should be useful. *Note that betting on this year’s US Open is available before and after each day’s play with updated odds.
Thousands of Daily Fantasy Sports players will be taking part in one of a few dozen DraftKings.com PGA US Open contests over the next four days, some of which pay out several thousand dollars.
(G911 Fantasy Sports Wire) - DraftKings.com has announced that the PGA Millionaire Maker for the US Open is now sold out. With a small number of satellites still going, DraftKings was allowing tickets to be converted to DK dollars or an entry into the British Open Millionaire Maker on July 16, 2015. The British Open is commonly referred to as just The Open. It is one of the most wagered on events in the UK.
Contest details appear below. Drafting for this event was not yet available on June 17.
Carrie Stroup here with your 2015 US Open prop bets and we have plenty of them here for you to savor.
Chambers Bay Golf Course – University Place, WA
(G911 Fantasy Sports Wire) - DraftKings.com has released their US Open Cheat Sheet picks but Gambling911.com warns to be suspicious of Daily Fantasy Sports sites offering up free picks the same way we stay clear of free picks being offered up by online sportsbooks.
(G911 Fantasy Sports Wire) - If you are looking to participate in any of the US Open contests featured at Daily Fantasy Sports site DraftKings.com, below are the salaries being offered. Rosters will consist of 6 players. The salary needs to stay under $50,000.
Gambling911.com has been reviewing a number of Fantasy Golf sites to determine which is the best for winning real cash. It becomes pretty obvious when looking at the contest offerings across the Net.
DraftKings.com clearly has some of the biggest real cash prizes. The problem with a mega site the likes of DraftKings is the number of entrants.
Gambling911.com has your 2015 US Open betting odds and, amazingly, Jordan Spieth is not the favorite to win. That honor goes to Ireland’s Rory McIlroy. Spieth will actually pay out $65 for every $10 bet should he happen to walk away victorious.
(G911 Sports Wire) - Gambling911.com has your odds to win the 2015 US Open where Rory McIlroy was a +450 favorite and Jordan Spieth was coming in at +650 odds. Tiger Woods had his longest odds to date at 30-1 with a potential to pay out $3000 for every $100 bet.
A Spieth win this week will make him the first golfer to be victorious at both a US Open and Masters since Woods did it back in 2002.
Fantasy Golf is the latest big craze and, ahead of the upcoming US Open tournament, we wanted to know: Which Daily Fantasy Sports site offered the best contests. Effective immediately Gambling911.com and its sister site DFS911.com will only be covering contests from sites that provide transparent contest monitoring for public access and/or those with strong financial backing per public record. Below is a sampling of contests that were being offered leading up to the 2015 US Open. Be
One of the world’s biggest Daily Fantasy Sports sites, DraftKings.com, will be offering the chance to win a cool million with this week’s US Open and its Golf Millionaire Maker contest.
Gambling911.com takes a look at some of the best Daily Fantasy Sports Golf contests being offered across the Net.
The $75K US Open Golf Contest at Victiv.com offers a $14000 grand prize, $8400 for 2nd and $5240 for 3rd.
This is a 156 player event. It is a 156 player “you win and you’re in” contest from the folks in Austin, Texas who run Victiv.com, a mid-tier Daily Fantasy Sports site.
Nine-month qualifiers were being offered leading up to the $75K US Open Golf Contest.
BetDSI.com has your FedEx St. Jude Classic betting odds for this week with Dustin Johnson coming in as the 5-1 favorite.
FedEx St. Jude Classic Odds
Dustin Johnson 5-1
Phil Mickelson 14-1
Ryan Palmer 14-1
Billy Horschel 16-1
Webb Simpson 16-1
Jordan Spieth is favored to win the AT&T Byron Nelson which begins on Thursday, May 28th at TPC Four Seasons Resort at Las Colinas in Irving, Texas.
Prosecutors argued man hatched the kidnapping plot to pay for a gambling habit