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PGA Championship Promo: Place A Live Bet, Get $10 From 888sport

Right now at 888sport, you can place a live bet on the PGA Championship and get $10 no matter what
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Place a live bet on the PGA Championship and get $10 free from 888sports

Aside from watching the best golfers in the world play on the beautiful Ocean course, this weekend is a fun opportunity to place your first live wager during the PGA Championship. 888sport will reward each bettor who places their first live wager with a $10 free bet.

Live betting provides the opportunity to continue placing bets after an event has started. Our friends at 888sport made it even sweeter to watch the PGA Championship this weekend. Bettors will have Thursday – Sunday to place any live wager.

How to claim:

1. Sign up or sign into your account here

2. Go to the ‘Live Betting’ tab, then select ‘Golf’

3. Make your first live bet of at least $10, with minimum odds of -200

4. Enjoy the PGA Championship and watch to see if your bet hits

5. Win or lose, get a Free $10 bet in your account to use on any sport!

Here are live betting options this weekend at 888 sportsbook:

Tournament winner

The is the most basic and most effective style of betting for golf. The odds of each golfer to win the tournament will constantly change throughout the tournament, depending on how each player is performing. Capture the live odds of a golfer who has a hot start this weekend! Alternatively, you can capture the odds of a golfer who has a slow start but has historically done well on the Ocean course.

888 is currently offering win/place terms with 1/4 odds for a top 5 finish.

Round Leader

A round leader bet is a wager placed on a golfer to be in first place after that respective round. This is a popular bet to place given the difficulty of playing well throughout a 72-hole round tournament. It is easier to predict that a golfer will play well in one round (18 holes) as opposed to four rounds (72 holes).

ESPN will be hosting the PGA Championship all weekend, and Championship Sunday can be seen on CBS.


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