Oh my goodness, it’s golf! Now, apparently Mark Twain dismissed the sport as, “a good walk ruined”, but the professional levels of the sport get a lot more thrilling than that. And what makes it even better? The Golf Daily Profit Boost.
Where can I get the Golf Daily Profit Boost?
So the Golf Daily Profit Boost is available at DraftKings to players who are physically located within the state borders of either Pennsylvania, New Jersey or West Virginia.
And obviously, you have to be at least 21 years old in order to take part in this promotion. Or, indeed, sign up to DraftKings in the first place.
If you haven’t yet signed up to DraftKings, you’re in for a treat. That’s because the online sportsbook is offering players this quite fantastic welcome offer.
What is the Golf Daily Profit Boost?
The Golf Daily Profit Boost is a DraftKings special offer where you are issued with a single-use Profit Boost to use in conjunction with a bet. You can place this bet on the PGA Championship Round 1. Just remember that it expires at 23:59 ET on Saturday, 8 August.
If you win, you can boost your profits by 50%, up to an astounding $250.
How does the offer work?
Well the first thing you have to do is opt in to the promotion. In order to do that, you simply need to log in and go to the Golf Daily Profit Boost promotional page. You can spot that on the main page of the DraftKings sportsbook site.
Once you opt in, your boost should appear and you can select the boost on your bet slip before placing your bet. You can wager live or choose parlays if you like, so there’s lots of choice here.
The maximum bets you can place as part of this promotion is $50. And as we said before, the maximum additional winnings are $250, which excludes the value of your original bet.
And like we said before, you’ve got to place your bet before 23:59 ET on Saturday or else your Golf Daily Profit Boost expires.
Tell me more about the PGA Championships
The PGA Championships 2020 are truly hotly anticipated. Originally scheduled to take place from 14-17 May, the event is now finally taking place. And is running until Sunday, 9 August.
It’s already in full swing, having started earlier this afternoon and is going to be running until Sunday in San Francisco’s TPC Harding Park. And it’s the first major championship to be held in the area, so it will be interesting to see how the golf plays out (pun intended).
It’s got a prize fund of $11 million and is sure to draw a lot of interest.
All eyes will be on Brooks Koepka during the event. He is the defending champion, having won the past titles years in a row. If things go his way this year as well, he’ll be one of two players ever to win three PGA Championships in a row.
Of course, there are plenty of other big name players to watch out for when the PGA Championships 2020 are underway. Rory McIlroy, Tiger Woods, Justin Thomas, Jimmy Walker and plenty of other big hitters are also making appearances.
But the big question is will it be a big name who takes the crown, or will an underdog end up coming up trumps? If you come up with the correct answer, you could profit royally thanks to the 50% Golf Daily Profit Boost.