We’ve collected the latest golf live stream and TV fixtures into one place, so you know exactly where to find your favourite players and tournaments. Be sure to keep an eye on upcoming tournaments, as well as the majors and other big events here.
Golf live stream and betting
Betting on golf is one of the most enjoyable and relaxing forms of sports betting on the planet. That’s because golf takes four days to complete, so there’s no chance you’ll be rushed into making those important golf bets! Unibet offers a wide range of golf betting odds and markets on the tournaments you love.
How to bet on golf
Golf tournaments are perfect for sports betting because they take four days to complete. It means you can watch golf online, place bets on the players you want to back and track them thoroughly throughout the competition. Unibet TV offers a full range of fixtures and tournament schedules, so you can find the golf on TV that you want to follow!
Betting on golf involves backing individual players in their quest for titles. However, Unibet’s extensive sportsbook offers you the chance to make other special bets. These can be bet types such as player progress, who will make the cut, head-to-head battles and even nationality specials.
Arguably the most popular golf bet is to back a place in the tournament. This works much like an Each Way bet in horse racing, where you bet on a player finishing in the top five or 10 in a tournament. The player’s odds will be shorter than a straight tournament win bet — but you’ve got a better chance of nailing a payout.
Open golf betting
The Open is one of four major tournaments in golf — and is certainly the most prestigious. Players from all over the world fly to the UK to compete in the Open. Millions of fans around the world watch The Open on TV and live stream golf during the tournament, while many also bet on golf at the same time.
Golf betting at the Open is a great way to boost your enjoyment of the competition. Unibet offers a vast range of Open betting odds, with anything from tournament winner to player specials available to our 12 million customers. Our live odds are always changing, meaning you can watch golf on TV and follow all the latest betting changes here at Unibet.
Some of the world’ greatest players — such as Jack Nicklaus, Tom Watson, Seve Ballesteros, Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy have won the Claret Jug down the years. Legends are made at the Open, which takes place at a different venue each year. Courses such as St Andrews, Carnoustie, Royal Lytham & St Annes and Royal Troon create a special atmosphere unrivalled in sport.
The other three golf majors all take place in the USA. For UK fans wanting to watch golf on TV, the masters, US Open and PGA Championship are great tournaments to follow into the evening. You can find full listings of these events at Unibet, where you can also bet on golf live and In Play during the competitions. Winning the Masters earns the champion the coveted Green Jacket, while the winner’s share at the US Open and PGA Championship is around £2.5m each year.
Betting on major golf at Unibet means accessing thousands of different odds. We offer bet types on almost every eventuality — so you’re sure to find a bet that suits you.
Jack Nicklaus remains the player with the most ever major wins (18). That includes six Masters titles and five PGA Championships. The American remains the most iconic name in the sport, alongside Seve Ballesteros (five majors) and Tiger Woods (15 majors as of 2019).
Bet on Ryder Cup
The Ryder Cup is a golf tournament between the USA and Europe, which originated back in 1927. Back then it was USA vs Great Britain and the Americans won 9.5 to 2.5 in Massachusetts. Great Britain got their revenge two years later and it wasn’t until 1973 that Ireland joined the British forces to form a collaborative team.
In 1979 Team Europe was formed, meaning the best golf players on the continent could now come together to face the USA. This decision may have proved controversial at the time but now provides a magnificent backdrop for Ryder Cups, with fans from Sweden, France, the UK, Ireland and many more countries gathering to take on the Americans.
Ryder Cup betting is hugely popular among golf fans who watch golf on TV. This is because of the match play system, where players compete for points for their team. The foursomes, four balls and singles events capture the golfing world over three days and have delivered some memorable moments live on TV.
1990 saw the emergence of the Solheim Cup, a competition between the best American and European women golfers! Betting on Solheim Cup quickly followed and every two years the competition grows in stature. The USA dominated the early instalments of the Solheim Cup but Europe held their own in the 2010s with three victories from five tournaments. Solheim Cup betting works just the same as the Ryder Cup and provides an exciting means of enjoying the three-day competition, especially when you’re watching Solheim Cup live online or on TV!