2009 PGA Championship

2009 PGA Championship

Paddy Power Loses €1.5 Mil on Tiger Woods Losing Bets

Sure he lost and everyone had money on Tiger Woods, but Ireland's biggest bookmaker was so certain that Woods would win they wagered the house on him doing so, literally.

Submitted by Jagajeet Chiba on, Aug/17/2009

The Y.E. Yang $25,000 PGA Championship Payout

The 2009 PGA Championship leader board had Tiger Woods and Korean Y.E. Yang neck and neck much of the day closing the tournament.

Submitted by Don Shapiro on, Aug/16/2009

2009 PGA Championship Payouts

It's Sunday, the final day of the 2009 PGA Championship and that means Gambling911.com will take one last look at the 2009 PGA Championship payouts odds as they looked coming into the tournament. 

Submitted by Don Shapiro on, Aug/16/2009

2009 PGA Championship Betting Gets Late Surge

Traditionally Masters Golf Tournaments have received substantial betting interest the week prior to the event.  That wasn't happening this year for reasons that can't quite be explained, but the d

Submitted by Dan Shapiro on, Aug/12/2009

2009 PGA Championship Favorites: Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson

It shouldn't surprise anyone who the 2009 PGA Championship favorites are:  Tiger Woods, despite poor play in recent Masters, came in as a near even favorite (7/5 odds) at

Submitted by Guest on, Aug/11/2009

2009 PGA Championship Betting Odds

Hey, what a surprise!  2009 PGA Championship betting odds have Tiger Woods listed as a big 5/4 favorite, meaning he would

Submitted by Dan Shapiro on, Aug/05/2009

Breaking News

Iowa Sports Betting Bill Now in Governor's Hands: Won't Tip Her Hat

Iowa Sports Betting Bill Now in Governor's Hands: Won't Tip Her Hat

Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds declined Tuesday to tip her hand on whether she’ll sign a sports betting bill that’s passed its final legislative hurdle.

Tennessee on the Way to Becoming First Mobile Only Sports Betting State

Tennessee on the Way to Becoming First Mobile Only Sports Betting State

Lawmakers voted 58-37 to approve a sports betting bill that could make Tennessee the first state to offer mobile sports betting without any retail outlets such as sports books located at race tracks or casinos.

Can I Bet on NFL Games Online From Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Vermont

While the US Supreme Court has now made sports betting legal in the Unite States, those residents of Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont will not be able to bet the NFL in any of the state's casinos (or lack thereof) for the upcoming 2018 season.