Recently watched the new Netflix documentary about the life on the PGA Tour and want to get into the golf game with some profitable golf bets on the side? Look no further.
“Full Swing” is a Netflix reality TV series that features eight celebrities who compete in a golf tournament. The show combines elements of reality TV and golf, as the celebrities work with coaches to improve their swings and compete in various challenges on the course.
The first season of “Full Swing” premiered on Netflix in April 2020 and featured eight episodes. The celebrity contestants included former NFL quarterback Tony Romo, actor David Arquette, and Olympic gold medalist swimmer Simone Manuel.
The newly announced season 2 of “Full Swing” is set to premiere on Netflix in 2023. While details about the upcoming season are scarce, it is expected to follow a similar format to the first season, with new celebrity contestants and challenges on the course.
Season 2 of @Netflix's 𝙁𝙪𝙡𝙡 𝙎𝙬𝙞𝙣𝙜 is coming in 2024 🍿
The second season will feature the same behind-the-scenes access but with a new cast of featured golfers. https://t.co/Z9tUCLyJ7n
— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) March 7, 2023
So how can you profit on golf, risk free, whilst enjoying the spectacle on TV?
Arbitrage betting is a technique used by bettors to make a profit by placing bets on all possible outcomes of a particular event, using odds that ensure a profit regardless of the outcome.
Each way betting can be used as a part of an arbitrage betting strategy, by taking advantage of differences in the odds offered by different bookmakers for the same event.
Let’s say a golfer is competing in a tournament, and one bookmaker is offering odds of 20/1 for the golfer to win, with place terms of 1/4 the odds for the top 5 places. Another bookmaker is offering odds of 25/1 for the same golfer to win, with place terms of 1/5 the odds for the top 6 places.
Using each way betting, a bettor could place a bet on the golfer to win with the first bookmaker and place a bet on the golfer to place with the second bookmaker. If the golfer wins the tournament, the bettor will win both bets, with a profit of £200 (£10 stake x 20/1 win odds + £10 stake x 1/4 place odds x £20 win odds) from the win bet and a profit of £130 (£10 stake x 25/1 win odds x 1/5 place odds – £10 stake) from the place bet.
If the golfer doesn’t win, but finishes in a place position, the bettor will still receive a payout from the place bet, with a profit of £10 (£50 x 1/5 – £10 stake).
By using each way betting to take advantage of differences in odds between bookmakers, a bettor can potentially make a profit regardless of the outcome of the event. However, arbitrage betting can be complex and requires careful calculation and monitoring of odds to ensure a profit, and bookmakers may also limit or ban bettors who are known to use arbitrage strategies.
Currently Bet365 is running a campaign giving you extra payout, up to 12 places on the each way. Other bookies have similar options to take advantage of! On BFB you can lay your bets at the best rates possible with the lowest commission, securing your profit even before the event has started!
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The stage is set 😍
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— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) March 6, 2023