Rory McIlroy Jan 2015
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Get great value on 2015 golf betting with Coral

| 04.03.2015

Our New Year’s resolution at Coral is to give customers some great golf offers, for both outright/pre-match (on events with 128 contestants or more) and in-play betting.

We’ve already put this in place by providing our punters with an aggressively priced five places in the each way market on the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championships, which Rory McIlory is the 6/5 favourite to win, while three-time champion Martin Kaymer is a 7/5 chance. A quarter of the outright odds are available in this book.

Northern Ireland’s world number one golfer McIlroy, a runner-up on three occasions in the United Arab Emirates, has made a hole in one for the first time in professional career at this event. We are offering best prices on top 10, top 5 and outright win in-play markets down in Abu Dhabi, and will do the same for every USPGA and European Tour event in the calendar.

Prior to every one of those golf tournaments and the Majors, we will offer an enhanced win only book. Each way markets could extend to paying out on six places, with a quarter of the odds available.

Coral are going the extra mile on Majors too. Each way bets here will pay out on the first eight! Again, a quarter of the odds will be returned to customers.

There’s 2/3 ball Acca insurance open to customers on every USPGA and European Tour event as well.

With such extensive coverage on mobile and online, you can bet from first tee to final putt, and we’ll give you the best prices of any bookmaker.

The next Major coming up is the Masters, which magnificent McIlroy needs to win (5/1)



Jamie Clark

Athletics aficionado, die-hard snooker fan and Crystal Palace supporter Jamie has written for Coral since February 2014 after spells with Soccerlens and the Press Association as a digital journalist and copywriter. A former East Midlands sports correspondent and Bwin tipster, he is a graduate of both the University of York and University of Sheffield, with a Masters in web journalism from the latter.