Top level competitive golf returns this Sunday, May 17th. Rory McIlroy and Dustin Johnson will team up to battle Rickie Fowler and Matthew Wolff in the Taylormade Driving Relief charity skins match.
There will be $3 million in prizes up for grabs with players winning the money for their selected charities. You can watch the event live here in Canada from 2-6pm EST on NBC, Golf Channel and TSN3 or TSN5.
This will be the first of two golf match events with the Woods-Manning vs Mickelson-Brady match taking place next week.
Canadians interested in betting on golf match can follow the three steps outlined below.
Bet On Driving Relief Skins Event – 3 Step Guide
First you will need to open an account with an online betting site that is taking bets on the McIlroy/Johnson vs Fowler/Wolff skins match.
SportsInteraction.com is taking bets on the match and they are our top rated betting site for Canadians.
Click the above link, click ‘Bet Now’ on the landing page, and fill out the sign up form to open your account.
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Step 2. Deposit Funds
Next you will have to deposit the money that you want to bet on the skins match.
After logging into your account click on the ‘Deposit’ link, select your preferred deposit method and follow the instructions to make your deposit.
Sports Interaction accepts Visa, MasterCard, Interac e-Transfer, iDebit, ecoPayz, paysafecard and more.
I personally use Interac e-Transfer because it’s as easy as emailing money to friends, you aren’t charged for cash advance (which can happen when depositing with credit cards) and you can cash out just as easily directly back to your bank account.
Step 3. Place Your Bets
It’s time to place your bets on the TaylorMade Driving Relief Skins Game.
Open the ‘Golf’ drop down menu in the sportsbook and select ‘PGA’. Select the team you want to bet on and enter your stake amount on the Bet Card. Click ‘Place Bet’ to lock in your wager.
Here is a screenshot of the odds from SportsInteraction.com. I expect them to add more prop betting options closer to the event.
If you’re new to betting I suggest checking out our guide section for some good articles for beginner bettors.
Are you ready to bet? Click here to visit SportsInteraction.com.