May 13 2019
Place your US PGA Championship bets and get paid on each way bets down to 10 places with these enhanced offers!
The second major of the golf year is here and you can get paid on each way bets at the US PGA Championship to 10 places with Paddy Power, Coral or Befair!
With so much strength in depth in the men’s game right now, picking the winner at the US PGA Championship is tough. There are a huge 10 golfers at the top of the betting priced at odds of between 11/1 and 25/1. The likes of Dustin Johnson, Brooks Koepka, Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy are priced of 11/1 or 12/1 to take the win.
All of those big guns will fancy their chances but further down the betting there are a raft of players who could at the very least be contending on Sunday. Especially if by “contending”, you mean pushing for a place in the top 10!
This amazing offer is the perfect way to improve your odds of beating the bookies at this year’s US PGA Championship. Instead of getting paid on your each way bets if your pick makes the top five, Coral are paying to double those places, all the way down to 10th!
Hit the button below to visit Paddy Power or read on for more on the offer and also more on the extra welcome freebie available to new Paddy Power customers!
US PGA Championship enhanced each way to 10 places offers
Some enhanced each way promotions are complicated but these really are simple. But be sure to read the full terms and conditions at the betting site in question.
- CORAL – PAYING TO 10 PLACES – TERMS: 18+.UK+IRE Only. Applies to bets placed on the US PGA Championship pre-tournament outright market. Each way bets paid to 10 places at 1/5 place odds. T&Cs apply – CLAIM NOW
- BETFAIR – PAYING TO 10 PLACES – TERMS: 10 places instead of 6 places on the USPGA Championship 2019. Pre-tournament bets only. 1/5 odds on e/w bets. Dead heat rules apply. Betfair golf rules apply. T&Cs apply – CLAIM NOW
- PADDY POWER – PAYING TO 10 PLACES – TERMS: 1/5 odds for E/W bets. “Winner” market only. Pre-tournament bets. Dead heat rules apply. T&Cs apply – CLAIM NOW
It is possible that you might find slightly better odds for some of the players lower down the betting at some other bookies (for example, bet365 who are paying to 8 places). However, if you’re getting paid down to 10 places for an each way bet, we reckon that’s very understandable. Your odds of landing a winner are simply so much better. Some rivals are paying enhanced each way to six, seven and some even eight. Some are paying each way bets at 1/4, not 1/5 the odds.
However, no top class bookie can get near Coral, Betfair and Paddy Power’s 10 places! And with that making you so much more likely to land a winner, it’s this trio all the way for us at this year’s US PGA Championship!
Golf Tips for US PGA Championship – 16th-19th May 2019
The US PGA Championship is the second major, and is often not as highly regarded as the other three. But quite often it proves to be one of the most competitive of the majors and often sees less-fancied players coming out on top. For instance since 2000 all these players have won at very decent prices: David Toms, Rich Beem, Shaun Michael, Vijay Singh, Yang Yong-eun, Jimmy Walker.
Golf Betting Tips and Offers
- US PGA Championship Betting Tip: Louis Oosthuisen each way at 66/1 with Coral
- US PGA Championship Betting Tip: Matt Fitzpatrick Each Way at 125/1 with Betfair
PlUS PGA Championship Recent Winners
- 2018: Brooks Koepka, USA
- 2017: Justin Thomas, USA
- 2016: Jimmy Walker, USA
- 2015: Jason Day, Australia
- 2014: Rory McIlroy, Northern Ireland
- 2013: Jason Dufner, USA
- 2012: Rory McIlroy, Northern Ireland
- 2011: Keegan Bradley, USA
What are Dead Heat Rules?
Dead heat rules apply when more than one selection ties for a win or place and cannot be separated. For example, if you bet on a horse and it wins by a photo finish, it wins and the other horse loses.
However, sometimes even a photo cannot determine the winner and in this case the race is a dead heat. In effect, both horses half win and half lose and that is how the bookies treat your bet. Half your stake is a loser and half your stake is a winner.
That means that a £10 bet at 2/1 on a horse that dead heats with one horse pays £15. £5 at 2/1 wins and £5 at 2/1 loses. Dead heats can happen in a number of sports but are very common in golf and each way bets.
Dead Heats and Each Way Golf Bets
If two golfers tie at the top of the leaderboard there is almost always a play-off. This determines who wins and who loses. However, if several golfers tie for fourth place, there is no play-off and they simply finish “tied” or, in bookie parlance, in a dead heat.
Let us assume that you place an each way bet with Coral under this amazing 10 places each way offer. If your golfer finishes tied 5th you would probably expect to get your full each way payment. For example, if you backed someone at 100/1, £10 each way, the expected returns would be a very tidy £210. Now, if your pick was tied fifth with up to six other players, that would indeed be your return. The next player on the leaderboard would be 11th, so effectively all of your bet was in the top 10 that applies for this offer.
Things get more complex, however, if your golfer was tied with, say seven people. That can quite easily happen in golf but, to simplify the issue, let’s imagine your player was tied ninth but with three golfers. Effectively he has finished partly tied ninth, part 10th and part 11th, with the next player on the leaderboard 12th. This means that 2/3 of your stake will pay out as a winner but 1/3 will lose. In the event of the previously mentioned £10 e/w bet at 100/1, the returns are now no longer £210 but just £140.
Are Dead Heat Rules Fair?
Dead heat rules can seem unfair, especially if you weren’t expecting them. However, they are the only fair way to pay such a bet and the same method is used by all betting sites. This isn’t a Coral rule, but a rule that ALL bookies use. Imagine if four horses finished in a dead heat for first. The punters backing each horse would no doubt want to be paid in full, claiming their horse had won the race.
However, on the other side of the equation, could the bookie not argue that actually no horse won as they all tied? Much as you want your winnings, they would argue that as there was no winner they don’t need to pay. Dead heat rules settle this issue in a way that is fair to all. As long as you understand these rules when you place your bet, there is nothing to worry about. Moroever, the vast majority of bets won’t ever be affected by this.