New Customer Offer US PGA: Jordan Spieth top 5 finish at sensational 6/1 price
For the final golf Major of the season, Coral have a superb new customer offer which will essentially be like printing money!
Two-time 2015 Major winner Jordan Spieth is being offered at enhanced odds of 6/1 for a top five finish with a maximum bet of £10, though if this bet loses you will be refunded £20 in free bets!
Spieth blew the rest of the field apart at Augusta as he won the US Masters and then followed this up with a gritty victory at Chambers Bay for the US Open.
However, despite leaving it late on the final day at St Andrews for The Open, Spieth still managed to tie for fourth, thus maintaining his top five finish status for 2015.
He is 13/8 in the normal top five finish market, so these enhanced odds are outstanding value, which could see you pocket a cool £60 profit, plus your principal.
The 22-year-old Texan recently revealed that he actually learned the winning formula at Augusta: “I learned that the winning formula I thought I had at Augusta is actually a winning formula for all Majors. It’s the preparation that goes into it and then the mental strategy on the weekend.
“I try to avoid big numbers and seem to do that well. I think it’s based on just understanding the golf course, mapping it out ahead of time and knowing where you can miss. That extra patience level that I didn’t have until this year can help close the deal.”
Meanwhile, part of his secret of success is down in part to his caddie Michael Greller, with the duo making a winning team and Spieth saying that he has a calming influence: “Yeah, I think so. After the 17th hole at the US Open is a good example.
“I had just made double bogey to essentially go from winning the tournament to having a chance to lose. I did a good job of calming myself down, but Michael was behind me saying, ‘It’s OK. It’s OK. We still have a lead. You’re gonna hit two solid shots up there and have a putt for eagle.’ And, you know, that kind of voice really helps me stay focused on the goal at hand, which is the next shot.”