Aside from the obvious Major events, there are many other smaller events that offer a great chance to golf bet and the AT&T Classic is great tournament for golf betting games.
Golf bet followers may or may not be familiar with the AT&T Classic as it has changed names and dates several times in the recent past. For many years the golf bet event was held in April. Now, as golf betting games fans are aware the event has been bumped up May, concluding on the third Sunday of May to be more precise. And the venue has also changed for this golf bet classic. The event is now held outside of Duluth, GA instead of its traditional golf betting games home in the outskirts of Atlanta.
And as if all that movement isn’t enough to confuse golf bet fans, this event is often mistaken for the AT&T Champions Classic held in Valencia, CA at the end of the season. But despite these often confusing points the AT&T is one of the best second tier events in the golf bet circuit. And by second tier, it simply implies a non-Major or player or tour championship. Its attractive purse of $5.4 million goes a long way in attracting top talent to this golf bet event but more than that players are drawn to the history of the event, officially spanning nearly four decades and the challenge of the course, one of the best in golf bet action.
Sugarloaf is a particularly challenging course and it’s a great place to host this golf bet event. Over the years only the best of the best have survived this grueling golf bet event and so it’s no coincidence that the names of golf bet greats like Phil Mickelson, Tiger Woods, Retief Goosen and others dot the winners list. In fact, Mickelson is the man to beat at this golf bet event as he’s won three of the past eight events here.