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2009 US Open Golf
2009 US Open Golf
Just when you thought Tiger Woods was down and out of the 2009 US Open, think again.
Tiger Woods 2009 US Open odds would pay $500 for every $
With the first round of the 2009 US Open Golf Tournament Suspended after only 3 hours, it appeared a strong likelihood that the event would extend into Monday. For online bookies, that means an e
Gambling911.com has been following US Open Golf odds all week long. While gamblers will be able to place their future bets after the tournament has begun, wagering will only be available during t
While most people will be betting on who wins the 2009 US Open, there are plenty of other wagering opportunities in which to choose from.
Gambling911.com has compiled a list of US Open betting available below from BetUS.com. It's one of the most comprehensive listings out there. Some of these bets will pay out a fortune should they win.
Among the most popular are bets on top player from each continent.
For those of you betting on the 2009 US Open, Gambling911.com presents the following important pointers that hopefully will result in a profit: . Submitted by Don Shapiro on, Jun/17/2009
How are these for some 2009 US Open payout odds?
That is the starting payout for nearly every contender in this week's US Open except for four: Tiger Woods, Jim Furyk, Phil Mickelson and Geoff Ogilvy. The later two actually pay out $1200 and $1600, respectively. Furyk would pay just shy of $2000 for every $100 bet.
Tiger Woods US Open odds varied across the board as we inched closer to the start of the event.
We've learned over the years that big long shots in golf tournaments can win and the payouts can be great. When we see 2009 US Open payout odds set
Padraig Harrington has won the last two British Open Championships and, not surprisingly, the Irishman is among the favorites to win the 2009 US Open. His US Open betting odds were listed at +250
US Open betting is in full swing as we approach the start of the tournament on Thursday. Heading into Monday, Phil Mickelson was the second big favorite after Tiger Woods, but the payout odds wou
Gambling911.com has released its 2009 US Open betting odds updated for Monday June 15, 2009 with the best payout odds listed for each of the top golfers.
One thing that really stands out when it comes to golf tournament odds is the vast difference in payout potential per online sportsbook. Even Tiger Woods pays up to $200 at SBG Global for every $100 bet whereas one might have to bet $200 to win $100 elsewhere.
It was only a few years ago that betting on golf failed to draw much interest. More recently, major PGA tour golf events have drawn in significant wagering.
Tiger Woods is the favorite to win the 2009 US Open. That is a given. But when betting on Tiger Woods, one must shop for the best payout odds.
The Black Course at Bethpage State Park in New York is considered an ominous one for golfers of all handicaps. That's what makes the second annual US Open Challenge even more intriguing this year and for the first time ever, Sportsbook.com has odds on this event.
Now that the 2009 US Masters Golf Tournament is history, some lucky folks are going to be a whole lot richer thanks to Angel Cabrera. The Argentine golfer paid out a whopping $14,000 for every $1
As with the Super Bowl, Oscars and NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament, traffic results from Gambling911.com once again indicate that a major sporting event has shattered all betting records. This t
The 2009 US Masters Golf tournament has come to a close with Angel Cabrera winning and paying out $11,000 for every $100 bet.
There was a sudden death three man playoffs between Chad Campbell (promising an $11,000 payout for every $100 bet), Kenny Perry (promising an $8000 payout) and Angel Cabrera (promising a $14,000 payout). Campbell was the first to go. The final showdown was between Argentine golfer Cabrera and the elder (late 40's) Perry. In the end it was Cabrera who won it.
Left for dead after Thursday, American golf pro Anthony Kim stormed back during Friday's US Masters play. Kim was suddenly among the top 10 leaders.
As Gambling911.com suggested yesterday, heading into Saturday we would find the best value on Tiger Woods to win the 2009 US Masters Golf Tournament. Whether he can pick up enough steam to go all
Odds to win the 2009 US Masters have been updated Thursday evening following Day One's play. Tiger Woods, despite opening with a 70, remains the favorite at +140 odds for a payout potential of $1