Bet $50 & Win $100 if Your Golfer Makes One Birdie This Week at Colonial
Golf. Is. Back!
(Insert Michael Scott ‘Oh my God, it’s happening’ GIF)
This week’s Charles Schwab Challenge marks the first PGA TOUR event since the season was put on hold due to COVID-19, and while we’ve had a couple of nice charity events in the interim, there’s nothing like the real thing.
There’s also nothing like winning even if your golfer doesn’t win, which is exactly what PointsBet is helping bettors do for this tourney.
PointsBet Sportsbook Promotion
Offer: Bet $50+ on Any Golfer to Win Outright & Win $100 if that Golfer Makes One Birdie
- Bet now: Click here
- Available States: New Jersey and Indiana
- Who’s it for: New customers
Let’s face it — hitting a winner in golf can be hard. You bet a favorite, a 100-1 longshot comes through with the win. You bet on some longshots, the favorite wins.
PointsBet gets it, so it has put together quite an offer for golf’s return: If you bet $50 on any golfer to win the Charles Schwab Challenge, you’ll get $100 if free bets if/when that golfer makes a birdie.
Here’s how to take advantage of this illustrious promo (either before or during the tournament … it’s live until the final round tees off):
Step 1: Sign up through this link and deposit at least $50 into your account.
Step 2: Place your FIRST wager at PointsBet on a golfer to win this week’s Charles Schwab Challenge.
That it. Seriously. As long as your golfer has at least one birdie after you place your bet, you’ll have $100 in free bets deposited into your PointsBet account. Those free bets only need to be put back into play once before you can withdraw them.
If you need some help narrowing down the long list of golfers, our experts Jason Sobel and Joshua Perry like Rickie Fowler, Tony Finau, Justin Rose, Viktor Hovland, Abraham Ancer, Joaquin Niemann and Kevin Kisner.
Of course, if your golfer wins, you’re going to be raking in some heavy cash. Given the minimum $50 bet, the least you’d win on a pre-tourney bet would be $375 (Rory McIlroy at +750).
Regardless of who you choose, it’s very likely he’ll have at least one birdie. Good luck!