The PGA Tour has done a great job of developing meaningful tournaments outside of their four majors over the years, and the World Golf Championships are the perfect example. The World Golf Championships, or the WGC, are four annual tournaments for the elite pro golfers from all around the world. Spaced out over the course of one season, the four tournaments are the Mexico Championship, the Dell Match Play, the Bridgestone Invitational, and the HSBC Champions. Originally created by the International Federation of PGA Tours, the WGC includes every major tour from around the world: The United States, Europe, Asia, and Australia. This stellar lineup guarantees a great field and big prize money.
Not only do the World Golf Championships receive plenty of interest from fans, it receives plenty more interest from sports bettors. Tournaments with this type of field will bring interesting wagers, great odds, and big payouts. The futures, the head-to-heads, and the props all have an added level of value to gamblers looking to cash-in on these higher payouts. Finding that value is the important part, as with tournaments this big there are always going to be more wagers available than the normal PGA event. After all, this is what every sports gambler wants to do: find the best wager.