All wagers in regards to out rights are action regardless of whether a person tees off.
If a tournament is shortened or otherwise affected, the official result will be used when settling bets, regardless of the number of rounds played.
If 1 of more participants tie the following Tiebreakers will apply:
- Tie Breaker #1: Player with best 4th round wins.
- Tie Breaker #2: Player with best 3rd round wins.
- Tie Breaker #3: Player with best 2nd round wins.
- Tie Breaker #4: Player with best 1st round wins.
A tournament must be completed within seven days of its start for bets to have action.
For head-to-head bets, the player who completes the most holes will be declared the winner. If both players complete the same number of holes, the player with the best score relative to par will be declared the winner. Both players must tee off for bets to have action.
For PGA 3 ball bets, the player in the group of three players who has the lowest score in the round will be declared the winner. All three players must tee off for bets to have action. If two or more players tie for the win, all wagers will be graded "Push".
If a player is disqualified for any reason after a round is completed, all wagers on said round will be settled as a loss for that player.