What is Golf Betting?

Betting FAQ

  • Can free bets be used to bet on golf?

    Yes. You can use your free bets without much restriction. Bookmakers like William Hill even encourage their punters to use up their free bets. Free bet stakes and free bets paid to you can be used like any other real money bet. If your bet wins, you are entitled to the qualifying bet settlement. You can get free bets credited to your account via promotions or the welcome bonus or the casino bonus.

  • Is golf betting in the UK legal?

    Yes. Betting and gambling in the UK are legal and it is regulated by the UK Gambling Commission. Golf is one of the sports events that you are allowed to bet on in the UK. You can also bet on horse racing, tennis, cricket, etc. Football betting is also popular.

  • Is in-play betting allowed for golf?

    Yes. Most sportsbooks allow you to place bets or place in-play bets while a tournament or a match is ongoing. This is true for both online betting websites and sports betting shops.

  • Where to find the best online bookmakers?

    A quick Google search of the best online bookmakers in the UK and Great Britain can give you the answer you are looking for. In addition to that, you can also join social media groups that discuss and recommend the best golf betting sites to their members. Before you go hunting for the best betting site, you should at least have an idea of what you want. Is it great odds, the best in-play betting set up, ease of use, and so on. That way you'll know exactly what you are looking for.

  • What are the common bet types for golf?

    Golf is one of those tournament games that allow for a wider range of betting types. You will rarely find bet types excluded from the list. The most common betting type is still the single bet on whether a golfer wins or places. You can also place each way bets. In addition to the single bets, you can also place more complicated bets. Including multiple bets and accumulator bets.