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PGA Championship betting: Win $100 if any American wins! (Offer ends today at 10am ET)

PGA Championship betting: Win $100 if any American wins! (Offer ends today at 10am ET)

The PGA Championship takes on a new role as the opening Major of the year this week from TPC Harding Park, San Francisco, California.

The layout is a long, tree-lined, punishing par 70, with juicy rough and small greens. It plays along the shores of Lake Merced and was designed by Willie Watson and Sam Whiting.

This will be the fist of seven majors contested over the next 12 months, genuinely wonderful for golf bettors.

BetMGM has a fantastic special offer for new customers located in NJ, WV, CO, and IN, where you could win $100 from just a $1 wager, if any, yes ANY American golfer wins the PGA Championship.

How to win $100 if any American wins the PGA Championship

  • Open a new account via this link.
  • Deposit a minimum of $10 into your account
  • Make your first real money bet after opening your account, a single $1 pre-game, Moneyline wager on any American golfer to win the 2020 PGA Championship before they tee off on the final round this Sunday, August 9th.
  • If ANY American wins the PGA Championship, you’ll win $100 in additional winnings paid in free bets.
  • The shown-odds’ winnings will be paid in cash based on the normal odds price on our app. Additionally, you will have your account credited in $50 free bets to reflect the total remainder of the enhanced odds you’re eligible for under this Sports Promotion.
    • Example: If shown-odds are +100 and qualifying bet wins, you’ll receive $1 in winnings, $1 from the original bet, and $100 in free bets.
      • Free bets will be broken down into two (2) $50 bets.

PGA Championship Special Offer

3 Americans who could win the PGA Championship

Here are five Americans who you could pick to take advantage of this excellent special offer.

Xander Schauffele

Schauffele is an official play for us this week and is top of our Golf picks for the PGA Championship.

Third place at Colonial was a strong start after lockdown, and his form figures from his last four tournaments are 20-14-13-6. A 7-under weekend in Memphis was an ideal PGA warm-up. Schauffele drove his ball superbly in the WGC and scrambled in hugely impressive fashion. Schauffele has posted five top-six finishes in 11 major starts, twice sharing second place, and he was third in the last major in California (last year’s US Open at Pebble Beach).

Collin Morikawa

The former University of California star competed at Harding Park a lot in his college days and can employ that knowledge to significant effect. Morikawa, a playoff loser at Colonial before winning the Workday Charity Open at Muirfield Village, has the tee-to-green class to handle major assignments. Narrow fairways, juicy rough and fast greens mean this PGA could end up more like a US Open–and it could be a case of Schauffele and Morikawa keeping their scorecards cleaner than the rest.

Webb Simpson

Eight years ago, Webb Simpson won the US Open at a San Francisco course designed by Willie Watson and Sam Whiting.

Watson and Whiting were responsible for the Olympic Club, where Simpson became a Major champion. One over par was the winning total at Olympic Club and much better than that will probably be needed for success at Harding Park. Still, PGA chiefs are keen on firm, fast conditions, with juicy rough and narrow fairways, so this could turn into another ideal track for Simpson.

With windy afternoons expected to be a feature of this PGA championship, players who can hang tough and grind pars should be favored, and Simpson seems better equipped than most. The world number four is not being shown enough respect in the market.

Last updated: Sun 9th August 2020
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