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US PGA Championship 10 Places Each Way
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Extra Places Each Way – US PGA Championship
The PGA Championship, or ‘Glory’s Last Shot’ as it’s affectionately known in the United States, is the final golf Major of the season and traditionally features the highest quality field in golf. From a betting perspective, it’s a hugely popular betting event with over £15 million matched on Betfair Exchange alone across the 2015 tournament won by Jason Day. Naturally the biggest brands in online bookmaking all want your business across the PGA Championship and additional each way places are always up for grabs plus tasty new customer free bets. An additional each way place or two makes a huge difference in terms of generating profit so here’s our guide to getting 6 places each way or better at the US PGA Championship in 2020.
10 Places Each Way at the US PGA Championship
The PGA of America always lays on a huge prize fund for the US PGA Championship and the highest quality field of any golf tournament with the Top 100 golfers in the world featuring. The PGA tends to tour the eastern half of the United States with Whistling Straits (2010), Atlanta Athletic (2011), Kiawah Island (2012), Oak Hill (2013), Valhalla (2014) and Whistling Straits again (2015) all being recent host courses. Kaymer, Bradley (150/1), Dufner, McIlroy and Day have grabbed the glory across these years, but profitable each way punts have also been a feature of the tournament. Ryan Palmer delivered at 250/1 in 2014, joining Blixt (200/1), Piercy (250/1) and Lynn (500/1) – all of whom have delivered monster outsider returns since 2012. This kind of profit is only delivered by golf betting.
Betfred moved the goalposts in 2013 by offering 7 places each way, although with substantially low player prices. That bold approach was not revisited in 2014, but Betfred’s aggressive stance with their PGA Championship promotion has spurred the whole market into a re-think about the amount of each way places offered to punters. 6 places each way is now a reality across the vast majority of major bookmakers at the US PGA and some other bookmakers have already pushed the boundaries further still and are offering up to 10 places for golf’s final Major. So get on board and grab yourself a nice free bet into the bargain!
We’ve been tracking for a number of years the value dished out by online bookmakers across the Major golf tournaments. Extended each way terms gives punters a huge boost in terms of profit potential and is the perfect promotion for those who love to back big priced long-shots. With some High Street bookmakers still categorically giving their customers the standard 5 place each way terms, savvy online punters have been using online players who have been offering far better value to their customers now for years.
2019 Each Way Terms Offered:
- 10 places each way: Betfair Sportsbook, Boylesports, Coral, Paddy Power, Skybet – all 1/5 odds
- 8 places each way: bet365 – 1/5 odds
- 7 places each way: 888Sport, Betfred, Ladbrokes, Unibet, William Hill – all 1/5 odds
- 6 places each way: BetVictor – 1/5 odds
2018 Each Way Terms Offered:
- 10 places each way: Coral, Paddy Power – both 1/5 odds
- 8 places each way: bet365, Betfair Sportsbook, Boylesports, Skybet – all 1/5 odds
- 7 places each way: Betfred, BetVictor, William Hill – all 1/5 odds
- 6 places each way: 888Sport, Unibet – both 1/4 odds
- 5 places each way: Ladbrokes
2017 Each Way Terms Offered:
- 10 places each way: Coral – 1/5 odds
- 8 places each way: bet365, Betfair Sportsbook, Paddy Power, Skybet, Stan James – all 1/5 odds
- 7 places each way: Boylesports, William Hill – all 1/5 odds
- 6 places each way: 888Sport, Betfred, Ladbrokes, Totesport, Unibet – all 1/4 odds; BetVictor – 1/5 odds
2016 Each Way Terms Offered:
- 7 places each way: Coral, Paddy Power, Skybet, William Hill – all 1/5 odds
- 6 places each way: bet365, Betfair Sportsbook, Betfred, BetVictor, Betway, Ladbrokes, Totesport, Stan James
- 5 places each way: Boylesports
2015 Each Way Terms Offered:
- 7 places each way: Skybet, Stan James
- 6 places each way: bet365, Betfair Sportsbook, Betfred, BetVictor, Betway, Coral, Ladbrokes, Paddy Power, Totesport, William Hill
- 5 places each way: Boylesports
2014 Each Way Terms Offered:
- 6 places each way: bet365, Betfair, Betfred, BetVictor, Betway, Coral, Ladbrokes, Paddy Power, Stan James, Skybet, Totesport, William Hill
- 5 places each way: Boylesports
2013 Each Way Terms Offered:
- 7 places each way: Betfred
- 6 places each way: bet365, BetVictor, Boylesports, Coral, Ladbrokes, Paddy Power, Stan James, Skybet, Totesport, William Hill
- 5 places each way: Betway
2012 Each Way Terms Offered:
- 6 places each way: 888sport, bet365, Betfred, Boylesports, Ladbrokes, Paddy Power, Stan James, Totesport
- 5 places each way: BetVictor, Coral, Skybet, William Hill
Maximising the number of places paid by bookmakers for each way bets is absolutely essential when backing your selection(s) at the PGA Championship. After all anything can happen in golf and the additional 6th or 7th place each way spot provides an increased chance of getting a return.
2015: There was a 3-way tie for 7th with Dustin Johnson (16/1), Matt Kuchar (50/1) and George Coetzee (300/1) backers all receiving an each way return – but only if they had placed their bet with Skybet or Stan James. Now 3 players tied for the final paying place so punters received a 66.7% deduction, but all bets placed with any other bookmaker were losing bets. Anirban Lahiri also tied for 5th at fancy prices up to 400/1. The case for additional extra each way places was validated yet again for the Indian, as backers received a full payout with all bookmakers bar Boylesports, who only paid a paltry 5 places each way – hence their punters had to take a 50% reduction on the talented Lahiri.
2014: Ryan Palmer and the hard charging Ernie Els finished in a tie for 5th at 250/1 and 200/1 respectively. Those who’d backed either with Boylesports received a 50% deduction. All other bookmakers paid out to 6th place meaning a huge difference in profit across the 2 players.
2013: Betfred punters received full each way returns across the top 7 players which was a huge result for David Toms backers who landed a 50/1 place return when he finished 7th. Nice business. Adam Scott and Scott Piercy also tied for 5th which meant that 6 places each way punters received some cheer. Scott was 18/1 third favourite and Piercy landed at 250/1.
2012: David Lynn landed a huge 500/1 gamble at Kiawah Island. Those lucky enough to be on the Englishman received a 125/1 place return when he finished 2nd to Rory McIlroy. Justin Rose (33/1), Keegan Bradley (40/1), Ian Poulter (80/1) and Carl Pettersson (100/1) all tied for 3rd spot. Punters with 6 places each way terms received full each way payouts; whereas BetVictor, Coral, Skybet and William Hill customers only received 75% of their winnings because of the reduction for ties rule.