bet365 Sports Offers PGA Championship Betting SpecialPublished August 7, 2014 by Elana K
To celebrate the PGA Championship, starting today, bet365 Sports will be offering special bonuses as well as wagering odds.
The PGA Championship is kicking off today with golf fans around the world watching with bated breath. The Championship takes place at the Valhalla Golf Club in Louisville, Kentucky, and will be televised as well as available for streaming. The last time the Championship took place at Valhalla was in way back in 2000, when Tiger Woods was on top of the world; and he proved it by claiming the number one spot at the Championship.
This year, Tiger Woods is competing again, but he no longer has the sizable advantage he had 14 years ago. Today, he will be competing for the coveted WanaMaker Trophy against some of the biggest names in golf, including last year's winner, Jason Dufner, reigning Open champion Rory McIlroy, current world number one Adam Scott and runner-up Sergio Garcia.
For spectators who wish to watch the PGA Championship in person, tickets can be ordered online or by phone. But online casinos are hoping that whether you watch in person or by television, you will want in on a piece of the action.
Online Casinos Offer Championship Specials
Many online casino sites are taking advantage of the PGA Championship to offer their own specials to players; this is a common practice of online casinos during any big sporting event, such as the World Cup or Super Bowl. Online casino customers also tend to wager more during large sporting events than regular, run-of-the-mill events. bet365 is one such online casino that is offering a deposit special in honor of the PGA Championship in which any new players who make a deposit will be entitled to a 100% bonus.
In addition to casino specials, bet365 Sports is also offering a large selection of bets over the course of the four-day Championship. For players who enjoy sports betting, a major sporting event such as the PGA Championship offers more excitement, suspense and better odds than regular sporting events.