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Money back on the 2014 Open if your player misses the cut

Get money back if your player misses the cut


Claim a free £50 bet if you're a new customer and money back if your player misses the cut.

Ladbrokes are a fantastic bookmaker when it comes to golf betting and they have some fantastic promotions for the 2014 Open Championship which includes money back if your golf player misses the cut.

After round two on Friday, the field will be halved and if you have backed a player who fails to book their place for the weekend, then Ladbrokes will refund your losing stake as a free bet. There’s nothing worse than not getting a run for your money when it comes to golf betting and this Ladbrokes offer means that you can enjoy a refund up to £25 should your player fail to make the cut.

Tiger Woods is the unknown quantity and the American is set to leave the driver in his bag for this tournament, trusting his irons to fire himself to glory. “I absolutely think he could contend,” compatriot Matt Kuchar said. “The Open, the knowledge he has, the skill-set he has? Yes, he could definitely contend.”

Woods has played in five Opens from 2007 onwards. He has two top 10 finishes, a tie for 23rd, a share of 12th and a missed cut during that spell. Woods’s last major victory came at the 2008 US Open.

“He was impressive out there,” Kuchar said. “I thought he was crazy to come back as early as he did [after surgery] but he said he thought it was the right thing to do, to test it and see how fit he is. He said he is recovering well, that after playing he gets up the next day and feels good. “We had a little match going and on the last hole he duly stuffed one in there close from 160 yards to beat me. So that was a bit of a bummer but totally like the Tiger we’re used to seeing.”