2010 US Open

2010 US Open

Tiger Woods US Open Odds Would Pay Out Nice

Tiger Woods US Open odds are the best we've seen for any golf tournament he's appeared in.  At nearly 5/1 odds, Woods would pay out $50 for every $10 bet at Sportsbetting.com (

Submitted by Guest on, Jun/16/2010

US Open 2010 Odds (Updated)

US Open 2010 odds had Tiger Woods as an unusual long odds co-favorite along side Phil Mickelson paying $65 for every $10 bet at SBG Global

Submitted by Guest on, Jun/16/2010

Tiger Woods U.S. Open Odds Set At BetED.com

Tiger Woods is hoping for a little déjà vu at this week's U.S. Open, and not the kind that involves recent disastrous post-scandal performances.

Submitted by Ean Lamb on, Jun/14/2010

Tiger Woods Sex in a Church Parking Lot

The Tiger Woods sex scandal continues to shock, though Saturday things slowed just a bit and BetUS.com quietly pulled its

Submitted by Guest on, Dec/06/2009

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.