Golf Betting Rules

1. Futures wagers all have action, complete or not. Outright wagers on players that do not tee off are void and stakes are refunded.

2. Head-to-head wagers on players that do not tee off are void and stakes are refunded on BOTH players in the head-to-head. In the event of a tie, bets will be void.

3. If a tournament is shortened or otherwise affected, the official result will be used when settling bets, regardless of the number of rounds played.

4. A tournament must be completed within seven days of its start for bets to have action.

5. For PGA head-to-head bets, the player who completes the most holes will be declared the winner. If both players complete the same number of holes, the player with the best score relative to par will be declared the winner. Both players must tee off for bets to have action.

6. For 3 ball bets, the player in the group of three players who has the lowest score in the round will be declared the winner. All three players must tee off for bets to have action. If two or more players tie for the win, dead heat rules apply.

7. The 'Field' option in a given list of odds featuring players' names represents all other players not specifically listed who are competing in the event. If a player in the field wins, the field is declared the winner for wagering purposes.

8. If a player is disqualified for any reason after a round is completed, all wagers on said round will be settled as a loss for that player.

9. The Dead Heat rule: when you have a multi-outcome prop or event where two winners tie. If a "dead heat" is declared on any event, half the stake is applied to the selection at the full odds and the other half is lost. If more than two "dead heat", the stake is proportioned accordingly (not including sports where you can wager on the draw or tie option, i.e. soccer).

10. A player is deemed to have played (taken part) once they have teed off. In the event of a player withdrawing after having teed off then stakes will be lost on outright, group, match or 18 hole betting.

11. In 2 ball betting where odds are not offered for the tie, bets will be made void in the event of a tie. In 3 ball betting, dead-heat rules apply.