Three Australian employees of Crown Resorts could be released from a Chinese jail within months after being handed nine and 10-month sentences for gambling related offences in a Shanghai court.
Brooks Koepka won his first ever major with a US Open victory that might very well have paid out some lucky gamblers more than $10,000 on a $100 bet.
Well a few of my picks are still in this wild tourney and Sunday will be great theater on Fathers Day in the 117th US Open
24-year-old Justin Thomas broke the record for the lowest score-to-par in any round at the U.S. Open with a 9-under 63, eagling the 18th hole to end the third round.
Paul Casey will pay out $55 for every $10 bet coming into Saturday’s round should he win this year’s US Open.
Paul Casey sat atop the US Open leaderboard Friday evening with odds set at 6-1 ahead of Friday’s play and much longer before that.
Brandt Snedeker spoke to golf.com following Thursday’s Round One play, suggesting he was having an easy time, especially compared to the competition.
Gambling911.com has your updated 2017 US Open odds following Thursday’s Round One play.
The 2017 U.S. Open betting preview is in. Get the best tips and tools right here and set up your sportsbook to make the most cash this weekend.
We anticipated Rickie Fowler to be the favorite to win the US Open 2017 after opening with odds of 16-1.
Here we examine betting on the US Open and when is the best time to do so, which isn't always ahead of Thursday's play....Saturday night might be best
You can bet the US Open Big 4 versus the rest of the field at BetOnline.
In an effort to bring the best in betting previews for this week’s US Open, Gambling911.com has sought to bring our readers the very best in free picks from across the Net.
In addition to betting who will win this week’s US Open golf tournament, gamblers can also bet on the winner from each region: America, Europe and the Rest of World.
Tony tells why he thinks Justin Rose has the best shot, and with a potential payout of $200 on every $10 bet
RotoGrinders.com content, rankings, member blogs, promotions and forum discussion all cater to the players that like to create a new fantasy team every day of the week.
Tony George of TonyGeorgeSports.com has your 2017 US Open expert predictions with odds
The U.S. Open is the second major of the golf betting season and sportsbooks in Las Vegas roll out the red carpet for the annual Fathers Day event with a massive board of golf betting options.
The 117th U.S. Open from Erin Hills Golf Club is the 2nd Major Championship of 2017 and we have Steve Bamford appearing below for Golf Betting Systems.
Pat Mayo of FNTSY Sports Network has your Daily Fantasy Sports golf picks and sleepers for this week’s US Open 2017.
We pulled off two nice wins Monday night and have three straight victories coming into Tuesday.
Dustin Johnson may be the favorite but the payout would be 8-1 or $800 for every $100 bet.
Bookies, agents and the like can customize their own 2017 US Open odds to win via white label software offered by companies like AcePerHead.com.
The second major of the 2017 Golf Season will be the 117th U.S. Open, which will be held this year at Erin Hills in Erin, Wisconsin on June 15th
Odds to win the 2017 Memorial Tournament appear below with betting available before and after each day's round.
Anybody lucky enough to have Si Woo Kim as the Players Championship winner in 2017 is $5000 to $50000 richer coming into Monday.
If the current Players Championship leaderboard were to hold up at the conclusion of Day 3, we would be talking about massive payouts for a few lucky gamblers.
Louis Oosthuizen enters Round 3 as the 3/1 favorite.
The odds to win the Players Championship 2017 have, as one might expect, changed dramatically following Round 1 of play Thursday.
Gambling911.com has your Players Championship 2017 odds to win ahead of Round One with Dustin Johnson potentially paying $70 for every $10 bet
With 14 World Series of Poker bracelets under his belt, Phil Hellmuth is looking to improve on his record when he comes back to the table Monday night.
Nathan Gamble defeated the 830-player field of the $15K Pot Limit Ohaha Hi-Lo event to win his first ever WSOP bracelet and $223,339 Sunday night.