Where Can I Bet Golf Online From Texas?

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Mary Montgomery
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Jazz Sports welcomes those residents of Texas as well as those visiting the Lone Star State to place bets online.  They offer a generous welcome bonus (max bonus $1000).  Ask about their risk free $1000 first bet. 18 and up welcome.

No In-State Sports Betting Apps

When betting golf from Texas, one will do so via a browser-based website as opposed to an app.  Texas does not have any sportsbooks based in or regulated by the state at this time.

Why is Golf Betting So Much Fun?

The payouts are huge if you happen to back the right golfer.  There was a period when Tiger Woods would regularly be listed favored at around 3-1 odds, but those days are behind us and the competition is more fierce.  This means there are typically no odds-on favorite in any of the majors and payouts begin at around $1000 for every $100 bet or $100 for every $10 bet.

But it's not all about betting the winner.  Props and futures include golfers to finish among the top 10 or top 20, top American, European, Asian, Senior, Amateur. 

Remember too that you can place bets in between rounds once you have a better idea of how a particular contender is playing.  Odds will likely be cut but your bets are locked in once submitted, so there is still great value.

- Mary Montgomery, Gambling911.com

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