Our pick for the Hotshots free bet offer, is Xander Schauffle, who was pipped by Tiger Woods in last year’s event, in what was his second visit to Augusta National. The Californian hit a rounds of 68 and 65 that week and has gone on from strength to strength since, with some superb form over the last year. He currently ranks fifth in birdie average on the PGA Tour for the season, at this eearly stage, which has seen him produce 61 total birdies, across 12 rounds of Golf, at an average of just over 5 birdies per round. Over the course of last season he average 4.27 birdies per round, across a total of 70 rounds of Golf. At an enhanced 14/1 price and with plenty of birdies on the horizon, Xander Schauffele looks a great selection here.
Online bookmaker Sky Bet is offering new and existing customers the chance to claim a special promotion for the first round of the US Masters – place a £5 pre-tournament bet using the special ‘Hotshots’ outright market and for every birdie or better your man makes in round one, Sky Bet will give you a £1 free bet.
US Masters Betting Offer
- Place A £5 Pre-Tournament Bet On Hotshots Outright Market Get A £1 Free Bet For Every Birdie Or Better Your Pick Makes In The 1st Round
PLEASE NOTE: 18+. Free bet credited the day after the conclusion of the first round. First cash bet on one player on the hotshots market only. Cashed out bets excluded. No free bet expiry. Free bet stakes not returned. Further T&Cs apply. Begambleaware.org.
How To Claim Hotshots Free Bet Offer For US Masters
- Visit the Sky Bet website
- Sign into your account or register for a new one
- Opt in to the ‘Hotshots’ offer
- Place a £5 pre-tournament bet on the US Masters using the ‘Hotshots’ outright market
- For every birdie or better your selection makes in the first round, Sky Bet will give you a £1 free bet
- And of course, if your chosen player goes on to win the 2020 US Masters your winnings will be paid out in cash.
US Masters Tips: Best Bet To Claim Hotshots Free Bet Offer
Terms & Conditions
This offer is only available to selected customers of Sky Bet aged 18 years and over. Selected customers will have been contacted directly by Sky Betting and Gaming should they be eligible to partake in the offer.
This promotion is open to customer who place a ‘qualifying bet’ only when opt in to the offer.
In order to be eligible for the promotion customers must opt in before placing a qualifying bet. Opt in will be available until 14:00 on the 12th November 2020.
This promotion will run between 12:00 on the 6th November 2020 until 14:00 on the 12th November 2020 (the “Promotional Period”).
In order to qualify for this promotion, customers must place a bet of £5/€5 or more on one player on the ‘Hotshots’ Masters market, during the Promotional Period.
A participant will receive a £1 free bet (a “Free Bet”) for every birdie or better their chosen player makes during the first round of The Masters (12/11/2020).
Free Bet(s) will be credited by 19:00 after the conclusion of the first round.
Free Bet(s) will be credited based on your £5+ FIRST CASH BET placed on the ‘Hotshots’ Masters market within the Promotional Period. Subsequent bets will not receive a free bet credit and will be settled under the normal Sky Bet terms and conditions.
Bets placed on any market other than the ‘Hotshots’ Masters Championship market or outside the Promotional Period will not be eligible for this promotion.
Free bets will be credited as one amount.
Any qualifying stakes that are cashed out will not qualify for this offer.
Any Free Bet which is staked will not be returned with any winnings.
Free Bet(s) credited are non-withdrawable.
Free Bet will not be subject to an expiry. Clause 19.2 of the General Terms and Conditions will still apply to dormant accounts meaning free bets may be removed after 24 months of account inactivity, but will be re-credited on request.
Free bet can be used on any market.
Sky Bet reserve the right acting reasonably to withhold, restrict or cancel this offer from individual account holders in accordance with its eligibility, promotion abuse and internal trading risk policies at its reasonable discretion and without prior notice.