US Masters 2012 bookmaker offers and promotions

We have never seen the bookmakers create so many markets and betting specials for a golf tournament although it does mean that customers are in for a treat ahead of the 2012 Masters

In addition to the top free bets advertised at FreeBetting.co.uk, you can also visit a number of bookmakers and enjoy extra-place terms or even get your losing bets refunded in some cases.

Here is a summary of the best offers available at each bookmaker.

Bet365
Bet365 have created a massive range of markets for the US Masters and they are the preferred bookmaker when it comes to In-Play betting. Some of the more interesting markets include To Make Cut, Hole in One and 1st Round Leader.

Bet365 will also give new customers £200 in free bets when they register and you will get five places when you bet each-way with this firm as well as have the opportunity to bet on an enhanced win only market.

William Hill
Keep your eyes peeled at William Hill, who offered 9/1 about Rory McIlroy on Wednesday morning before lowering their price after getting filled in at these odds. They have taken a position on several golf players, including 12/1 about Phil Mickelson claiming the spoils.

Paddy Power
Paddy Power have got an excellent money back special in addition to the free bets that new customers can claim when they first sign up. Place a bet on the US Masters outright market and you will get your money back if Tiger Woods wins for the fifth time.

It really means that this should be a port of call if you are backing anyone other than Woods, especially as you will get each-way terms of ¼ odds for six places. Very nice!

Coral
Coral have got a generous offer which means you will get your losing bet refunded if your player leads after round 3 but then misses out on the Green Jacket. That happened to Rory McIlroy last year and there will be pressure on whoever is in pole position this time around.

Sky Bet
Sky Bet have got a typically generous £10 no deposit free bet when you open an account and lots of US Masters specials, such as the 6/1 about an Englishman winning at Augusta this week. You can also back the winner of the Par 3 contest to claim victory in the tournament at odds of 25/1.

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