AT&T Classic Betting

Let’s take a look at AT&T Classic betting! Whilst we go through some of the options available to punters wishing to place golf bets, we will provide you with some tips that may aid you in betting on the 2008 AT&T Classic golf tournament.

At the AT&T Classic betting will require punters to do some behind-the-scenes research. While there are obviously no odds available as yet, you can check up nearer to the start of the tournament by visiting the website of William Hill, the golf betting experts. There is certain information relating to the AT&T Classic that can assist you in making your choice.

Bookmakers offer various options for placing bets on golf. If you are betting to win, you will obviously back a player to win the tournament.

Phil Mickelson is the only player to have won the tournament three times, while 2004 and 2007 champion Zach Johnson could also be a smart bet.

Betting on varying place finishes and the odds are the same, whether the golfer finishes 2nd or 5th. If you bet on a finish you will win a proportion of the odds, depending on how many finish positions are specified.

There are several good bets in this category, with a number of players regularly doing well at this tournament. These include Mickelson – who has had seven top 10 finishes in nine starts at TPC Sugarloaf – and Johnson, as well as Jose Maria Olazabal and Rich Beem.

Betting each way is a combination of the previous two bets. You pay the same stake for each part of the bet, and lose out on any mistakes you make. For example, if your player only places, you lose the portion of the bet placed on him to win.

In a two-ball or three-ball bet, you bet on a player to finish higher than one or two other players respectively – the more closely matched the players, the better odds you will receive.

AT&T Classic betting offers you the opportunity to really get involved in the occasion, and come away with a richer, fuller appreciation of the tournament as a whole. Who knows? You may even come back with a healthy bankroll!