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Golf Betting

Welcome to Sky Bet’s golf betting. If you’re looking for the weekly odds for the PGA and European Tour events – as well as the four golf majors and the Ryder Cup - you'll find everything you need right here, including a bet calculator.

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 Whether you prefer backing the usual favourites such as Rory McIlroy, Jordan Spieth, Jason Day, Bubba Watson and Henrik Stenson or like taking a chance on a bigger priced outsider for an each-way payout, all options are available here.

We have all the latest golf tournament odds around the world, two- and three-ball match betting for each event as well as a range of other markets and specials including first round leader, nationality of the winner and will there be a hole in one?

You can also get involved in the action as it happens with in-play golf betting from all the PGA and European Tour events, giving you the chance to bet live on who you think will win as each tournament unfolds.

You can also bet on women’s golf with our Solheim Cup and LPGA Tour markets, which regularly feature the likes of Lydia Ko, Michelle Wie, Lexi Thompson and Great Britain star Charley Hull.

So if you love golf betting there's always a market available for you!

Masters Golf Betting

The Masters is the first major of the golf season and always takes place at Augusta National Golf Club, as the world’s best players battle it out to claim the coveted Green Jacket.

And you can add to the excitement while watching the drama unfold across all four days by betting on our wide range of Masters outright markets and specials.

Among the favourites for 2016 include defending champion Jordan Spieth, world number one Jason Day and Rory McIlroy while popular picks could well include Bubba Watson, Adam Scott and Phil Mickelson, who have both enjoyed recent success at Augusta.

And with Sky Bet paying EIGHT places for their each-way bets at the 2016 Masters, golf punters now have a greater opportunity than ever to back a winner.

As with all golf majors, there are many other markets to bet on such as nationality of winner, end of round leader, winning margin, hole-in-one odds and whether they’ll be a play-off while you can also select a player to come out on top against their fellow countrymen.

When the pairings for each round are announced, you’ll be able to take advantage of our two-ball odds for each group while live in-play betting is also available once the event is under way.

Masters History  

First staged back in 1934, when Horton Smith triumphed, Augusta has been the scene of many iconic golf moments such as the legendary Jack Nicklaus’ unforgettable eagle on the way to becoming the oldest Masters champion in 1986 – 23 years after the first of his six titles – and Tiger Woods’ remarkable chip-in on the final day in 2005.

Arnold Palmer, Gary Player, Tom Watson, Seve Ballesteros, Nick Faldo and more recently Phil Mickelson and Bubba Watson are among the elite group of players to etch their names into Masters history with repeat victories but there’s also been a fair share of final-day agony.

In 1996, Greg Norman’s course record-equalling 63 was consolidated with solid rounds of 69 and 71 to give him a six-shot lead over Nick Faldo but a disastrous 78 on Sunday allowed the Englishman to claim a third Green Jacket.

Similar heartache was suffered by Rory McIlroy in 2011 when, at the age of just 21, he held a four-shot advantage heading into the final day. But it all went wrong in dramatic fashion as he dropped seven shots over the final nine holes to finish well down the field.

Here’s a look at some Masters facts and a list of repeat winners of the Green Jacket.

Masters Records & Facts

Most Masters Titles - Jack Nicklaus, six

Oldest Masters Winner - Jack Nicklaus, 46 years, 82 days old in 1986

Youngest Masters Winner - Tiger Woods, 21 years, 104 days old in 1997

Most Top 10s - Jack Nicklaus, 22

Most cuts made - Jack Nicklaus, 37

Most consecutive cuts made - 23, Gary Player (between 1959 and 1982) and Fred Couples (between 1983 and 2007)

Most appearances - Gary Player, 52

Lowest winning score - 270 (-18), Tiger Woods 1997 & Jordan Spieth 2015

Highest winning score - 289 (+1), Sam Snead (1954), Jack Burke, Jr. (1956), Zach Johnson (2007)

Biggest winning margin - 12 strokes, Tiger Woods in 1997

Youngest player to compete - Guan Tianlang, 14 years, 168 days in 2013

Youngest player to make the cut - Guan Tianlang, 14 years, 169 days in 2013

Course record - 63, Nick Price (1986) and Greg Norman (1996)

Most birdies in a round - 11, Anthony Kim (2009)

Most birdies in a Masters - 25, Jordan Spieth (2015)

Double Eagles - Four, Louis Oosthuizen (hole two, 2012), Gene Sarazen (hole 1935), Bruce Devlin (hole eight, 1967), Jeff Maggert (hole 13, 1994)

Multiple Champions

Jack Nicklaus - 6 (1963, 1965, 1966, 1972, 1986)
Arnold Palmer - 4 (1958, 1960, 1962, 1964)
Tiger Woods - 4 (1997, 2001, 2002, 2005)
Jimmy Demaret - 3 (1940, 1947, 1950)
Sam Snead - 3 (1949, 1952, 1954)
Gary Player - 3 (1961, 1974, 1978)
Nick Faldo - 3 (1989, 1990, 1996)
Phil Mickleson - 3 (2004, 2006, 2010)
Horton Smith - 2 (1934, 1936)
Byron Nelson - 2 (1937, 1942)
Ben Hogan - 2 (1951, 1953)
Tom Watson - 2 (1977, 1981)
Seve Ballesteros - 2 (1980, 1983)
Bernhard Langer - 2 (1985, 1993)
Ben Crenshaw - 2 (1984, 1995)
Jose Maria Olazabal - 2 (1994, 1999)
Bubba Watson - 2 (2012, 2014)

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