PGA Tour Betting Tips & Predictions

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PGA Tour Golf Betting Tips

The PGA Tour is the main professional golf tournaments played in the United States and North America and the biggest in the world.

The PGA Tour includes around 48 week-to-week events including The Players Championship, the FedEx Cup Series, The Tour Championship and the four majors.

FreeTips previews every tournament throughout the season with expert predictions and selections.

Our PGA Tour golf tips include outright betting tips, top 5 finish tips, top 10 finish tips and make/miss the cut tips. Be sure to check in for the majors including the US Masters, the U.S. Open, The Open Championship (British Open) and the PGA Championship.

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Betting on the PGA Tour

There are many ways to bet on a golf tournament. The most common is simply selecting who will win the tournament, but with most tournaments running over four days, 72 holes and featuring more than 100 players, there are a multitude of betting options to explore.

Some of the popular golf betting markets include tournament winner, Top 5, Top 10 and Make/Miss the Cut. Here are some of the popular bets you can make for a golf tournament:

Outright Betting: Select who will win the tournament.

Top 5 Finish: Select who will earn a top 5 finish in the tournament.

Top 10 Finish: Select who will earn a top 10 finish in the tournament.

Make/Miss the Cut: Approximately half of the players are cut at the halfway stage of each tournament, who will make or miss the cut?

Individual Matchups: This market puts two golfers against each other, either in one particular round or for a tournament. 

PGA Tour History

The PGA Tour began in 1929 as the Professional Golfers' Association of America, but friction and disputes between tournament players and club professionals led to a change in the structure in 1968 when the PGA Tour was born. 

The tour schedule is determined by the weather. Starting in Hawaii in January and spending the first two months in California and Arizona, The tour then moves to the east coast before heading north. 

Ben Hogan dominated the PGA Tour in the 1940s, Arnold Palmer came to prominence in the 1960s before Jack Nicklaus became the dominant force. Tom Watson enjoyed a four year spell at the top from 1977 with the spoils shared until 1997 where Tiger Woods emerged.

Woods was virtually unstoppable until 2009, an unprecedented level of dominance before the likes of Rory McIlroy, Jason Day and Justin Thomas emerged as contenders. Thomas conquered the PGA Tour in the 2017 season, winning five events and earning $9,921,560 in prize money.