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    Golf Rules

    Golf Rules

    1. All golf future wagers have action, regardless of if the player tees off in the 1st round or not. A future wager is defined as any wager placed before the Monday of the tournament week.
    2. A tournament must be completed within 7 days of its start for wagers to have action.
    3. For wagers placed during the week of the tournament, golfers who withdraw before their scheduled Day 1 tee time, will be graded as “No Action”
      1. If the quoted golfer tees off to start the tournament, all wagers have action.
    4. If any golfer in a Head to Head, 2-ball, 3-ball, or 4 ball matchup does not tee off, all wagers on the event will be settled “No Action”
    5. Dead Heat Rule is applied in any situation where there is a tie, unless tie/draw was offered for wagering on the event.
    6. If a tournament is shortened due to weather conditions, the official result of the tournament will be used when settling all wagers including tournament, match and group bets regardless of the number of rounds played.
      1. In the event that a tournament is shortened, any wager placed after the end of play will be void.
    7. If a golfer is disqualified from the round or tournament, after a round is complete, all wagers on the round or tournament will be graded as a loss for the golfer.
    8. For head to head wagers, the golfer that completes the most holes will be declared the winner. In the event that both golfers complete the same amount of holes, the golf with the lowest score will be graded as the winner.
    9. On events where the tournament goes in to a playoff, the winner of the playoff will be used for grading purposes.
    10. All grading disputes will be resolved using PGAtour.com, LPGA.com or EuropeanTour.com as the official source.

    Golf Live Betting

    1. All wagers have action, regardless of if the player withdraws during the tournament.
    2. On events where the tournament goes in to a playoff, the winner of the playoff will be used for grading purposes.
    3. All grading disputes will be resolved using PGAtour.com, LPGA.com or EuropeanTour.com as the official source.

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