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This new feature on the PGA Tour app is a dream for golf bettors (or a nightmare)
It was right around this time last year that the PGA Tour announced a new and improved PGA Tour app, in addition to a website overhaul, was coming. There were promises of faster loading speeds, more video and imagery and an overall cleaner look. It's safe to say the tour delivered on all of those fronts, despite what the naysayers will have you believe.
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Of course, with this being yet another week without Shot Tracker at the Bermuda Championship, social media complaints will still be rampant. However, there was plenty of positive feedback on Twitter for a new feature on the app that folks discovered organically on Thursday morning, when the real sickos are out. In the Dark Ages, you'd have to unlock your phone, find the PGA Tour app, fire it up, and click on the leader board to see how your favorite players, or the players you bet on, were doing. Caveman-type stuff.
Now? You don't even have to unlock your phone to see what's happening in your "favorites" section. The tour added a "Add To Lock Screen" feature on Thursday, meaning you'll be able to follow your player's round without ever going into the app:
If you'll notice in Rick Gehman's tweet, it appears this feature will even give live Shot Tracker updates, though all we're getting this week is "Shot 1 from tee box," AKA hell on earth. In the new year, when the tour returns to the U.S., we'll find out if we'll even be able to see "Shot 1: 257 yards to unknown," which is a dream come true for golf bettors. Or a nightmare, depending on how you look at it. I personally lean nightmare, as there was something suspenseful about loading up the app to find out how far your players had stumbled down the leader board. Then again, the amount of time wasted doing exactly that had to be astronomical.
But now? Just pull your phone out of your pocket and see where your guys are at right there. Should help out productivity levels for fellow tour app addicts.
The reviews are in and they are good, shockingly. A possible stroke of genius from the tour's app developers:
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How the PGA Tour’s new app makes golf-betting more seamless for fans
With its new app, the PGA Tour kept sports bettors in mind.
The PGA Tour has made no secret of its enthusiasm for sports gambling .
When the Supreme Court granted states the right the legalize the practice in 2018, the Tour wasted little time embracing the opportunity as a new channel by which to grow both its audience and revenues. The Tour has since inked deals with the likes of FanDuel, BetMGM and Bet365; partnered with DraftKings on a sports book at TPC Scottsdale ; and sung the praises of betting as an effective way to engage younger fans.
The future of golf betting? Here’s what the PGA Tour thinks it will look like
As Scott Warfield, the Tour’s vice president of gaming, told GOLF.com earlier this year : “We look at it as a way in this fragmented media landscape to get a fan to watch an extra three holes each weekend or attend two more events every year, to get a 25-year-old who’s never thought about PGA Tour golf and viewing it or attending it as something they should consider.”
This week, the Tour doubled-down on that thinking, with the rollout of its overhauled app. The app, which the Tour, in a press release, said was “shaped by hundreds of interviews with fans and players,” offers all kinds of upgrades and add-ons, including splashier video presentation, faster load times and enhanced stat tracking. But gamblers no doubt will notice another addition: the odds and betting functionality that have been integrated into the leaderboard.
Users can now not only check the scores of their favorite players or how many greens they’ve hit but also bet on them to win. Click on a player’s odds and the app redirects you to the BetMGM app, where you can place the wager. And it sounds like that process will soon become even more seamless. “In the coming months,” the PGA Tour release said, “we’ll be adding even more features, including the ability to connect your accounts for tickets, streaming and gaming so that all those experiences will be consolidated on one platform.
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Other bets teased through the app include head-to-head matchups and prop bets, such as which player will be leading after the first round.
Take this week’s RSM Classic . Tap on “Odds” on the leaderboard page, and you’ll find Jason Day at +2,200 to win, Chris Kirk at +6,600 and Scott Piercy at +10,000. Or perhaps you instead fancy a head-to-head-to-head three-ball match-up? Taylor Montgomery is a heavy favorite, at -105, in his grouping with Kevin Yu (+180) and Scott Harrington (+350). Options abound.
For gamblers, it’s fun stuff. For the PGA Tour, it’s yet another sign that when it comes to betting, the Tour is all in.
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2023 RSM Classic scores: Ludvig Åberg, seeking first PGA Tour win, takes solo lead into weekend at Sea Island
A congested leaderboard will give way to added drama over the final 36 holes of the season.
Is now his time? Swedish superstar Ludvig Åberg heads into the weekend at the 2023 RSM Classic with the solo lead at 11 under with eyes on nabbing his first PGA Tour victory in the final event of the season. A birdie on his last hole pushed Åberg past a crowded bunch at 10 under as Denny McCarthy, Sam Ryder and Eric Cole sit one adrift.
Both Åberg and Cole find themselves in a similar position through 36 holes as they aim to capture their first victories, first invitations to The Masters and battle for Rookie of the Year honors. All three could be decided over the next two days at Sea Island Golf Club.
Åberg has been as solid as ever across the first two rounds, posting nine birdies and an eagle against zero bogeys. He continues to be a force off the tee, leading the field in the category Friday, and the experience garnered over the last couple months will only make him more formidable as the tension intensifies.
"I feel like I've been striking the ball quite well, which obviously is nice in the wind, which is quite tricky to kind of maneuver," said Åberg. "I made a few par putts today, I made some 10-footer-ish for par on No. 1 and then it's nice to get those momentum putts and to keep the round going a little bit. But there's no guarantees, but if I keep doing what I'm doing today, I like my chances."
Convinced Ludvig will go down as the greatest driver of the golf ball to ever live pic.twitter.com/Z8lViEHs1E — Patrick McDonald (@AmateurStatus) November 17, 2023
A collector of seven straight top 15s between the PGA Tour and DP World Tour, Åberg has put himself in position to win golf tournaments time and time again. While sometimes it has worked in his favor, like at the European Masters, there have been instances where it has not.
The 54-hole leader at the BMW PGA Championship, the 24-year-old squandered a two-stroke lead in the final round and gave way for Ryan Fox to claim the title. In his next start following a successful Ryder Cup debut, Åberg surged on Sunday at the Sanderson Farms Championship only to fall in a five-man playoff to Luke List.
To call a 24-year-old with 10 PGA Tour starts under his belt experienced would usually be an oxymoron, but Åberg continues to defy conventional wisdom. Most players take years, work through steep learning curves and build up to their first PGA Tour victories. Not Åberg, though, and a win this weekend would just be another notch on his belt of a sensational opening act as a professional.
"I've been in the lead a few times, and every time you do it, it gets easier," said Åberg. "Kind of understand what's going on with your body and your emotions and your mind and try to keep that intact. That's all I can do. Looking forward to a nice couple of days."
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The big mover of the bunch is Åberg, but Ryder's prowess through two rounds should not go unnoticed. The bubble boy coming into the week as No. 60 in the FedEx Cup, Ryder is projected to move up seven spots should he maintain his position on the leaderboard. It is front of the mind for the 33-year-old.
"I'm kind of [on] the bubble for these swing spots to play into these signature events to start the year," said Ryder. "That's really what's propelled me through the fall. That's been my goal since I finished, because I made the playoffs, made it to Memphis, and fell a little short and didn't make it to the next, the BMW.
"My goal has been to try and have a good fall and play my way into the first couple signature events. There's 10 spots there, so it's kept me motivated and kept me driven throughout the fall. I feel like it's just going to be a really good way to start the year if you can get into a couple of those big events early."
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DP World Tour Championship: Matt Wallace tops leaderboard after nine straight birdies
Matt Wallace made a European Tour record-equalling nine consecutive birdies to go top of the leaderboard at the DP World Tour Championship.
Wallace, 33, shot a stunning third-round 60 which included 12 birdies in total to end the day 16 under in Dubai.
He is a shot ahead of fellow Englishman Tommy Fleetwood and Norway 's Viktor Hovland tied for second.
"It's pretty special. I love making birdies - I always want to make one more," Wallace told BBC Radio 5 Live.
"I putted nicely which is a change from the form I've been in. We've been working towards this so it's really nice it came good on the back nine."
Wallace had been on course for a round of 59 on the Earth Course at Jumeirah Golf Estates, but he hit the bunker on the par-five 18th to complete the hole in four.
However, nine birdies in a row equalled Australian James Nitties' tour record from the 2019 Vic Open, while he also tied the tour record of 12 birdies for a round made by Raphael Jacquelin of France at the Turkish Open in 2013.
"I'll always have that which is nice," added Wallace.
"I always want to push forward and guess that showed out there. I needed something like that to get me hunt."
Wallace had started the day at four-under but surged up the leaderboard to move above Fleetwood, who carded a six-under round of 66.
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