US Open Betting season approaching quickly at SBG Global

November 30, 2010 Golf

US Open betting, one of the biggest events on the golf calendar is quickly approaching.

Anyone that has ever tried their hand at US Open golf betting knows that is one of the great events in all of sports betting and this year the US Open betting promises to be as good as it’s ever been. With little over a month before the top golfers in the world tee off for this year’s edition of the US Open betting, US Open golf betting fans are hurriedly preparing their wagering strategies.

US Open betting will officially get underway on June 9th, 2008 at the Torrey Pines course just outside of San Diego in La Jolla, CA. Torrey Pines is well recognized fixture on the PGA Tour, but surprisingly this will be the first time that the legendary golf course will be host to the US Open betting. As this course has hosted nearly every other major event on tour, it comes as a mild shock that it’s never held the US Open betting competition, but there is a first time for everything and US Open golf betting fans will have the pleasure of seeing their beloved event held their this season.

With only weeks separating now and the opening of the US Open betting in 2008 there’s not a lot of time left to mull over US Open betting strategies. However, the beauty of US Open golf betting is its unpredictability and that means that strategy, no matter how well crafted, can often be tossed out the window in US Open golf betting. One important tip is to track the competitors in the weeks heading up to the US Open betting. Golf, like so many sports is one of momentum and if a player gets hot heading into the US Open betting, there is a good chance that they will do well once the US Open betting begins.

One other strategic point to consider in the US Open betting is a player’s record in Major events, especially previous US Open betting. The US Open is a very distinct tournament in terms of course set ups and so looking back on how a player has done in past US Open betting competitions is also a very helpful exercise.

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