Sports betting that do enjoy betting on golf tournaments may be interested to learn, if they do not already know of course, that the Bermuda Championship is now in play, and the in-play betting markets are open for business at most betting sites.
When it comes to betting on the outright winner of any golf tournament keep in mind that you are going to be able to place a bet on any golfer taking part in a tournament to win it outright and you are also going to be able to back them each-way too.
When you decide to do the latter though it is important for you o ensure that you are not being short-changed when it comes to the each-way betting terms you are being offered by the betting site you are placing such a bet at.
One bookie you are always going to be offered some of the very fairest of each-way betting terms at, when betting on any major golf tournament is Betfred, and regarding what they are offering punters on the Bermuda Championship as to their each-way betting terms, you will be paid out to four places and at one quarter of the win odds.
First and Second Favourites
You can of course take your chances betting on any of the golfers that are involve in this year’s Bermuda Championship golf tournament, however its true and very fair to say that two golfers are currently attracting the most support.
As for just which golfers they are, well the first is the current favourite, that being Scottie Scheffler at 333/100 and the other one is Aaron Wise at 9/2 who is currently chalked up as the second favourite to win this golf tournament.
If you of fancy backing one for more golfers but each-way instead o betting on hem to win this golf tournament outright, then allow me to quickly rattle through the names of the golfers that could be worth backing right now, and give you an insight into just what odds will be available to you if you get a move on.
There are some golfers that plenty of punters have already backed each-way and they are Harry Higgs and Russell Knox at 8/1, Brendon Todd at 10/1 along with Wes Roach who based on his current odds of 14/1, is certainly a value bet right now it does have to be said.
Four other golfers that have been attracting the eye of each-way sharks are Beau Hossler at 16/1, Boo Weekley at 20/1, Brian Gay at 25/1 and Alex Noren at 33/1, but just keep in mind that their odds are likely to change sooner rather than later.