Golf props are the miscellaneous collection of bets that don’t usually have a direct effect on the outcome of the tournament and with some of the bigger golf events like the Masters and British Open, you are bound to see a number of interesting types of prop betting options out there. Golf betting fans can bet things that are more “fun,” like what color a player’s shirt will be during the second round of the event, or whether or not a player will wear a hat during the event.
There are also golf prop betting options which offer things relating to whether or not a hole in one will happen, and also prop bets such as how many majors a player will win in the upcoming year. Your first instinct might be to totally ignore these because you don't feel like going through the process of learning them.
However, the truth is that golf prop bets can add a lot more enjoyment to your betting experience and spice up the game. Obviously, there isn’t any skill involved in bets likes this. These bets are purely for entertainment value and should never be part of a long-term winning betting strategy.
The fourth and final major championship of the year gets underway August 9-12, 2018 in St. Louis, Missouri at the 100th PGA Championship.
Last year Justin Thomas picked up his first major championship at Quail Hollow Club. His 8-under par total was two strokes better than Patrick Reed, Francesco Molinari and Louis Oosthuizen.Continue