Golf betting odds at Coral
There are very few things that can match the tension as we get to the closing rounds of a tight golf tournament. Every shot matters. And the slightest mistake could make all the difference on the fairway.
You can tee-off on golf tournaments around the world at Coral, with pre-tournament and In-Play betting, plus outright odds and specials for you to enjoy too.
Whether you choose to back the winner of a tournament or you prefer to bet each-way, you’ll find competitive odds at Coral thanks to our traders’ expertise.
What tournaments do we cover?
The four golf major championships – The Masters, the U.S. Open, the Open Championship and the PGA Championship – tend to be the main events in the golf calendar, but there are plenty of tournaments to enjoy throughout the year.
We cover a huge range of golf tournaments around the world, including every PGA Tour and European Tour event, the Ryder Cup and more.
As well as outright betting, our In-Play odds allow you to make your call as the action unfolds.
The four majors are the most prestigious annual titles in the sport and the best players from around the world will take part in them each year.
With so much at stake, the majors are always hugely popular events and it’s no different at Coral. We’ll help you tee-off with a fantastic selection of markets.
Winning a major can transform a golfer’s career. They’ll instantly enhance their fame and reputations around the world. It also offers stability in an unpredictable career – major winners are given five-year exemptions from the need to re-qualify for a tour card every year.
The Masters is the first major of the year, held at Augusta National Club in April each year. Since 1949, the winner of the Masters has been presented with a green jacket, signifying their status as an honorary member of Augusta.
After winning last year’s Masters with a record score of 268, 20 under-par, will world number one Dustin Johnson defend his title? Or can Rory McIlroy triumph to complete the career Grand Slam?
We’ll have odds in the build-up to the tournament and throughout, including markets on the Round Leader and who’ll miss the cut.
Next up is the PGA Championship, which takes place in May. It’s held throughout the US, though it tends to take place on the east coast. This year’s edition will be held at Kiawah Island Golf Resort's Ocean Course in Kiawah Island, South Carolina.
Collin Morikawa won last year’s title on his debut appearance in the tournament. He set a new scoring record for the final 36 holes with 129 strokes (65-64).
We’ll have all the odds for this year’s PGA Championship.
The U.S. Open
The U.S. Open is held on Father’s Day weekend in June. The venue changes each year, with the 2021 edition taking place at Torrey Pines Golf Course on San Diego, California.
It’s the only one of the four majors that is not staged by the PGA, but by the United States Gold Association (USGA) instead. Not coincidentally, it’s also widely thought to be the most challenging major. The courses tend to be set up to test even the most accomplished golfers, with a premium on accurate driving.
Bryson DeChambeau won last year’s even to seal his first major title. Will his powerful drives take him to victory again this time around? You can enjoy a huge range of U.S. Open odds here at Coral.
The Open Championship
The Open Championship, also known as the British Open, takes place in July. It’s the oldest golf tournament in the world, having been held for the first time in 1860.
It was originally held annually at Prestwick Golf Club, but it now rotates between some of the UK’s best coastal links courses. Royal St George's Golf Club in Sandwich, England hosts the event for the 15th time in 2021.
The tournament wasn’t held in 2020 for the first time since World War II, we’ll have all the odds when it returns.
The Ryder Cup
The Ryder Cup pits the best golfers from Europe and the USA against each other in a biannual tournament.
The tournament is named after English businessman Samuel Ryder, who provided the trophy that remains in use today. The venue alternates between courses in the US and Europe, with the next edition due to be held at Whistling Straights in Wisconsin.
The Ryder Cup can produce incredible moments, with the Miracle at Medinah in 2012 a notable recent example
Think Europe will defend their title? Keep an eye on Coral for the latest Ryder Cup odds.