Uspga Tour

USPGA Tour Overview

In 2007, the USPGA Tour created a new era in golf with a season-long points competition called the FedExCup. This competition, spanning from January to November in 2011, offers players a new competitive element while giving the sport a more focussed season. It is also excellent for the online golf punters, who can a get much clearer picture of the progress of players and where they stand.

Luke Donald won the 2011 US PGA Tour after winning the Children's Miracle Network Hospitals Classic in Florida.

With so much TV coverage these days and a plentiful supply of online resources that golf punter can easily create his/her own golf betting guides before making any Golfing Free Bets.

US Money List 2012 Outright Betting

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USPGA Tour Breakdown

The USPGA Tour is divided into two parts:


Regular Season

The Regular Season now consists of 37 events in the 33 week period between the start of January until the middle of August. Players gather FedExCup points which will be the determining factor for seeded for the USPGA Tour Playoffs for the FedExCup. Bookmakers run markets on all 37 tournaments, with the usual range of Bookmaker Golf Bets. They will also include markets for the popular Live Golf Betting.

The Playoffs will comprise of four events between late-August and September. These events will determine the winner of the FedExCup. In addition, the top 30 finishers will be guaranteed a place the following year.

USPGA Fall Series

These are a series of seven tournaments played between late September and early November. The aim of these tournaments is to finalise the following year's eligibility for players who do not finish in the top 30 of the FedExCup. Players will compete for positions 31-125; they will be based on final season earnings.

The three Major Golf Tournaments are included in the regular season and they are: