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Bet $1, Win $50 if Rory McIlroy Makes Just ONE Birdie This Week at Colonial

Bet $1, Win $50 if Rory McIlroy Makes Just ONE Birdie This Week at Colonial article feature image

Though we all enjoyed watching the likes of Tom Brady, Peyton Manning and Matthew Wolff get to play golf on TV, we’re all pumped for the return of PGA TOUR action. Wait, you’re saying Wolff is a pro golfer? With that swing?

Anywho, real golf is back and BetMGM is celebrating the occasion with a no-brainer promo that you can claim until Friday afternoon to help bettors get back in the swing of things. (I’ll show myself out.)

BetMGM Sportsbook Promotion

Offer: Bet $1, Win $50 if Rory McIlroy Gets a Birdie

  • Bet now: Click here
  • Available States: Colorado, Indiana, West Virginia
  • Who’s it for: New users

Rory McIlroy, the No. 1 golfer in the world and pre-tournament favorite, is your ticket to an easy $50. The Northern Irishman has 104 birdies this season in 24 rounds, which comes out to more than 17 per four-round tournament. Even in his single worst round of the season, a 76, he sunk two birdies.

So, yeah, McIlroy is going to make a birdie this week, which means you should be taking advantage of this promotion if you’re in Colorado, Indiana or West Virginia.

Here’s how you can get in on the action:

Step 1: Click this link and sign up for an account at BetMGM.

Step 2: Deposit at least $10

Step 3: Bet $1 on Rory McIlroy to win the Charles Schwab Challenge as your first bet.

If you don’t see this until after the tournament starts, don’t worry! You’ll still be able to bet on this promo all the way through the end of the day on Friday.

Users will be paid in $50 worth of free bets, assuming Rory makes a birdie, and those free bets only need to be put back into play once before they’re eligible to be withdrawn.

In summary:

  • Bet on Rory
  • Tune in to the Charles Schwab Challenge
  • Pray he doesn’t have the worst tournament of his life
  • Win $50
Bet $1, Win $50 if Rory Makes ONE Birdie
Claim before 7:50 a.m. ET on Thurs


CO, PA, WV only

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