Wednesday, June 16, 2021

BetOnline Releases US Open Prop Bets


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— The latest U.S. Open prop bets were released by BetOnline (Twitter: @BetOnline_ag). According to BetOnline's Sportsbook Manager Dave Mason, “BetOnline has recently raised wagering limits for our golf offerings, and there are thousands of ways to bet on the big event.” The numerous betting categories include:

Futures: https://www.betonline.ag/sportsbook/futures-and-props/golf---futures

Matchups: https://www.betonline.ag/sportsbook/golf/majors-and-wgc-events

First Round Leader: https://www.betonline.ag/sportsbook/futures-and-props/golf---round-leader

Groups: https://www.betonline.ag/sportsbook/futures-and-props/golf---groups

Miss/Make Cut: https://www.betonline.ag/sportsbook/futures-and-props/golf---make-or-miss-cut

Event props: https://www.betonline.ag/sportsbook/futures-and-props/golf---props

Selection of props:

First Time US Open Winner?

Yes: +240 (12/5)

No: -350 (2/7)

Winning margin?

Play-off: +325 (13/4)

1 shot: +225 (9/4)

2 shots: +350 (7/2)

3 shots: +500 (5/1)

4 shots or more: +350 (7/2)

Winning nationality?

USA: -175 (4/7)

Non-US: +135 (27/20)

Will there be a playoff?

Yes: +325 (10/3)

No: -450 (2/9)

Playoff involving three or more players?

Yes: +1200 (12/1)

No: -3300 (1/33)

Hole-in-one during tournament?

Yes: +120 (6/5)

No: -160 (8/13)

Hole-in-one during Round 1?

Yes: +600 (6/1)

No: -1500 (-1500)

Round 1 leading score?

Over 65.5: -160 (8/13)

Under 65.5: +130 (13/10)

Tournament winning score?

Over 279.5: -130 (3/4)

Under 279.5: = +100 (Evens)

Highest round score?

Over 86.5: -130 (3/4)

Under 86.5: +100 (Even)

Lowest round score?

Over 65.5: -150 (4/6)

Under 65.5: +120 (6/5)

Cut Line?

Over 147.5: +100 (Even)

Under 147.5: -130 (3/4)

Players under Par?

Over 6.5: -130 (3/4)

Under 6.5: +100 (Even)

Highest Round 1 Score?

Over 86.5: -105 (20/21)

Under 86.5: -110 (10/11)

Left-handed winner?

Yes: +1200 (12/1)

No: -5000 (1/50)

Any player four rounds in the 60s?

Yes: +3300 (33/1)

No: -20000 (1/200)

Wire-to-wire winner?

Yes: +700 (7/1)

No: -2000 (1/20)

54 hole leader to win tournament?

Yes: -120 (5/6)

No: -120 (5/6)

Length of final shot?

Over 3.5 feet: -120 (5/6)

Under 3.5 feet: -120 (5/6)

Flagship left in for winning putt?

Yes: +2000 (20/1)

No: -10000 (1/100)

Winners score on 72nd hole?

Birdie or better: +160 (8/5)

Par: -175 (4/7)

Bogey or Worse: +800 (8/1)

Odds are subject to change.

For American odds, a positive number represents how much you would profit on a $100 bet while a negative number represents how much you would need to bet in order to profit $100. Fractional odds are the fractional equivalent of American odds. The denominator or second number to the right is the amount bet and the numerator or first number on the left is the amount that your wager will yield.

2 comments:

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