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Most Popular Golf Betting Games and Side Bets - About.com
Golf and gambling go hand-in-glove for many golfers. Money games, or side bets , are part of the round at many friendly group outings. The wager can be as ...
Golf Tournament Formats, Side Games and Golf Bets - About.com
Find out how to play dozens and dozens of golf tournament formats, and check the definitions of various side bets and golf betting games.
Your Favorite Golf Side Games and Bets - About.com
What are your favorite side games to play with friends on the golf course? What formats or bets does your group like to play? Share your favorites here.
How to Bet on Golf - Different Wagering Opportunities
Golf and gambling practically go hand-in-hand, as wagering on the outcome of a match is something that has been done for centuries. Learn all about wagering ...
Garbage Golf Betting Game - About.com
Garbage is a golf betting game that involves assigning values to a long list of achievements (both positive and negative) and awarding points to golfers as they  ...
Golf Presses - What Is Pressing the Bet in Golf?
Golfers often hear about "presses" or "pressing the bet" when it comes to gambling on the golf course. What are presses, and what does it mean to "press the ...
The Nassau Golf Wager, and How to Bet It - About.com
Golf's classic and most popular bet. A Nassau is really three wagers in one. The front nine holes make up the first bet, the back nine the second, and the 18-hole ...
Las Vegas Golf Betting Game (How It's Played) - About.com
Las Vegas is the name of a golf betting game in which points (and money) can build up fast and swing quickly. Here's how it's played.
Umbrella Game (Golf Bet Definition) - About.com
"Umbrella," a k a the "umbrella game," is a golf game or side bet for teams of two within a group of four. Side 1 and Side 2 (two players per side) may be involved ...
Golf Tournament Formats - Nassau Definition - About.com
The Nassau is one of the most popular golf tournament formats and golf bets. It's essentially three tournaments (or bets) in one: the front nine, back nine and ...
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