Bets are settled according to official tournament and match results. For ‘Round’ head to head’s it is required that both participants play at least one ball each in the particular ‘Round’ for bets to stand. For ‘Tournament’ head to heads it is required that both participants play at least one ball each in the tournament for bets to stand. Should both golfers fail to complete all rounds then the golfer with the higher finishing position is the winner.

If the event is shortened, for instance due to adverse weather, bets will be settled as long as there is an official tournament result (according to the tournament rules, e.g. a minimum of holes played in a PGA tournament) regardless of the number of rounds played.

Bets accepted after the end of a day’s play are void if there is no further play that counts towards the result of the tournament (other than a playoff).

Top / Top 1/ Top Finish
In the tournaments where the above ‘Place’ markets are offered, the ‘Dead Heat Rule’ will be applied.

Making the cut
For bets to stand, the named player must play holes.

Round’ Balls
For ‘Round’ Balls it is required that all participants play at least one ball in the particular ‘Round’ for bets to stand. If or more players do not play at least one ball, then all bets will be considered void. In the case where or more participants get the same score, the ‘Dead Heat Rule’ will be applied.