5 Common Myths About Running Golf Pari-Mutuels

  1. It takes a lot of prep time and several people to facilitate golf pari-mutuels at my club
  2. Team numbers must be displayed when viewing the field of play, and when placing wagers
  3. Paper receipts are a required step in the wagering process
  4. The betting window can’t open until someone is physically in place to collect cash
  5. I have to wait around a long time post-round to see if and what I won

Homestretch Golf’s platform, built by PGA Professional David Knox, busts all of these common myths.  In fact, it is easier to facilitate pre-round wagering (traditional pari-mutuels or any aspect of win/place/show wagering) using Homestretch Golf than it is to conduct a skins game.  Read more

Homestretch Golf Help Section For Wagering Participants

Participating in a golf tournament or special event that offers pari-mutuel or any pre-round wagering component can be an absolute blast! Trying to predict which players/teams will have a good event and wagering on them really pumps up the fun factor for the event. For those who are not familiar with the terms or don’t have much experience with pari-mutuels, here are some helpful definitions and an explanation of how the live odds to win display on our platform: Read more