- Following the unification announcement between the PGA Tour, LIV Golf, and DP World Tour, betting specials are available at Bovada sportsbook.
- Jay Monahan to step down as CEO, a LIV player to win the first combined event, and other merger specials have odds at Bovada.
PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Fla. – In response to the PGA Tour, DP World Tour, and LIV Golf unifying under one golf league, Bovada sportsbook has listed merger special bets for specific outcomes. There are +175 odds for any PGA Tour player to boycott an upcoming PGA event.
LIV/PGA Merger Bovada Betting Specials
- PGA Player to Win 1st Combined Tour Event -650
- Any PGA Player to Boycott Any Upcoming PGA Events +175
- Jay Monahan to Step Down as Combined Tour CEO by End of 2023 +250
- LIV Player to Win 1st Combined Tour Event +400
- Team Event to Be Introduced in The PGA Before 2024 +750
- Rory McIlroy or Tiger Woods to Leave the PGA Tour +2000
- Any PGA Player To Boycott the US Open +2500
- A Fight to Break Out Between Players At 1st Combined Tour Event +5000
These special bets at Bovada sportsbook range from -650 to +5000, but there are two valuable bets that stand out amongst the rest.
The +250 odds for Jay Monahan to step down as combined tour CEO by the end of 2023 has value considering the loyal PGA Tour players feel betrayed by his actions. Following the recent announcement of unification with Public Investment Fund (PIF), who backs LIV Golf, PGA Tour players found out through social media like other citizens.
In a heated players meeting on Wednesday, PGA Tour golfer Johnson Wagner told the Golf Channel that “There were many moments where certain players were calling for new leadership of the PGA Tour and even got a couple of standing ovations…Players were mad, players were calling for resignation…”
PGA Tour Commissioner Jay Monahan has recognized that players will view him as a hypocrite because of his decision to partner with Public Investment Fund after claiming he would never do so. Player comments made in the meeting make the +175 odds at online sportsbooks for any PGA player to boycott any upcoming PGA events.
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The bet doesn’t specify the requirements of the “boycott”, but it’s assumed that any PGA player that vocalized that he won’t play an event because of the future unification would suffice. Each PGA tour event fields between 120- 156 players, so the special bet at online golf sportsbooks provides a great opportunity for at least one player to drop out of a future PGA event.
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