As we head into yet another fantastic weekend of golf, fans are eager to see who will make the cut ahead of Saturday’s 3rd round. With big names still left in the mix, who is most likely to take home this years prize?
In anticipation of this mammoth occasion, bet365 is offering all new customers the chance to claim £30 in free bets when a £10 qualifying bet is staked. For those who wish to learn more about this great offer and how to claim it, read below.
How to claim the bet365 offer
- Click the link above to be taken to bet365’s sign-up page
- Create an account with the bookmaker
- Make a first deposit and place a qualifying bet between £5 and £10 on a selection at odds of 1/2 or greater
- Wait for your qualifying bet to settle and claim your free bets worth three times the value of your first qualifying bet
- Add your selection/s to the betslip and select ‘use bet credits’ to use your free bets
As mentioned previously, the maximum free bet value available from this particular offer is £30. You will need to make the maximum deposit of £10 to be rewarded with the £30 in free bets — if you deposit the minimum amount required of £5, you will be rewarded with £15 in free bets.
The Open Championship History
Founded in 1860, the Open Championship, or simply “The Open”, is the oldest golfing competition in the world and one of the most prestigious. Winning the Claret Jug at St Andrews, in Scotland, is known to be the pinnacle of golf due to the elite status of the old course. The Open is typically held there once every five years in the modern era. However, this was disrupted due to COVID. It was eventually played there again for the 150th anniversary of the tournament in 2022. This year’s Open sees the players take on the Royal Liverpool Golf Course.
The player who has the most Open victories to their name is Harry Vardon, who won the competition a record six times between 1896 and 1914. The only players to come close to this record are Tom Watson, John Henry Taylor, and James Braid, who have won the competition five times. The most recent winner of The Open saw Cameron Smith of Australia win at St Andrew’s.