Find out exactly how Golf spread betting works by watching our short video below. Alternatively, read on for a written explanation.
At Spreadex we offer markets on all European, PGA and Champions Tour tournaments as well as on the majority of Australian, Asian and LPGA Major events.
Our Finishing Positions
and Leaderboard Index
markets allow you to bet on where players will end up in the field – if you think Tiger Woods will have an off week, you can get against him with a spread bet.
Our Live 10-3 markets offer in-play betting
while tournaments are taking place.
Or if you want to focus on the performance of certain players, our Match Bets
mean you can bet on how many shots one named player will beat or lose to another named player by.
For major tournaments we offer an extended selection of special markets – make sure you check out all of our markets for the next Masters, Open Championship, US Open, USPGA or Ryder Cup tournaments.
How to place a golf spread bet
To place a bet, look at the Spreadex prediction or spread on the market in question. If you think the outcome will be higher than our price, then you would buy on the spread. If you think the outcome will be lower than our price, then you would sell on the spread.
The more right you are the more you can win, but the opposite is the case if you get it wrong, as you may lose more than your initial stake.
See the links on the left-hand side for detailed descriptions on the golf betting markets offered by Spreadex, including our fixed odds cricket betting prices.
Alternatively you can see an example of a golf spread bet here
Click here to see our latest golf sports spread betting
prices on our Sports Homepage. Click here to view our latest golf spread betting offers.