DraftKings New York Promo Code: Bet On The Open Championship For Up To $1,050 In Bonuses

Written By Grant Lucas on July 13, 2022

The oldest golf tournament in the world returns to the oldest golf course in the world.

The Open Championship tees off Thursday at the Old Course at St. Andrews. A traditional setting filled with history, the home of golf, is the stage for the biggest names in the sport during the final major golf tournament of the year.

Bettors in New York can celebrate the occasion in a big way with a major DraftKings NY promo featuring up to $1,050 in bets. To make things easier, you don’t even need a DraftKings promo code. Simply click the banner below to claim the $1,050 DraftKings New York bonus.

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DraftKings NY promo for Open Championship

Once again, the Claret Jug is up for grabs. And with this fantastic DraftKings Sportsbook NY promo, you can grab your own piece of the golf betting action.

Here’s the best part: You don’t even need a DraftKings NY promo code. Just sign up to create a new account and make a deposit of at least $5 to unlock a $50 free bet. Speaking of that, DraftKings New York will match your first real-money deposit at a 20% clip up to $1,000.

What users should know, however, is that it would take a full $5,000 deposit to trigger the $1,000 deposit. As mentioned, DraftKings Sportsbook NY will match deposits at a 20% rate.

So, for example, if you deposit $5, you will receive the $50 free bet plus $1 in bonus funds after wagering $25. A $100 deposit will unlock the $50 free bet plus a $10 DraftKings NY bonus after betting $500.

Tiger Woods returns for Open Championship

Tiger Woods has appeared in two tournaments this year: the Masters (47th) and the PGA Championship (WD). Now, he’s back for the Open. Back to potentially (and what would only be described as miraculously) win his fourth Open Championship and his third at St. Andrews.

Obviously, such a feat for a man who has played so sparingly — not to mention just over a year after nearly losing his right leg in a car accident — would be earth-shattering. The odds show as much, with DraftKings listing Woods at .

Yet earlier this week, DraftKings indicated the more money had been wagered on Woods to win the Open than any other golfer.

Only five golfers have won two Open titles at St. Andrews. Tiger is one of them. No player has ever claimed three championships at the Old Course. Tiger could become the first.

Best bet: Xander Schauffele top-10 finish

The 150th Open Championship has arrived. And if the odds from DraftKings are any indication, the Claret Jug is favored to land in the hands of Rory McIlroy.

The world’s No. 2-ranked golfer has enjoyed one of his most successful years in recent memory, including two PGA Tour wins and two other top-five finishes, including a runner-up showing at the Masters.

But while McIlroy holds the best odds () to win, Xander Schauffele () is right on his heels.

And no golfer on Tour is as hot as Schauffele heading into the Open.

Schauffele comes off back-to-back wins at the Travelers Championship and Genesis Scottish Open, two of his three wins this year, the most victories he’s posted in any season of his young career.

Ranked fifth worldwide while ranking third in scoring on Tour and top 10 tee-to-green, Schauffele has made a habit of finishing in the top 10 at majors. While he has not cracked that level in 2022, Schauffele has placed in the top 10 nine times in 21 majors during his career. Six of them came in the 11 tournaments leading up to 2022.

He has only finished in the top 10 once in four appearances of the Open, a tie for second that came in 2018 at nearby Carnoustie. But Schauffele’s poise and experience will no doubt make him a contender. And with odds to place in the top 10 at via DraftKings New York, it could make for a good use of the DraftKings NY promo.

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Grant Lucas is the senior managing editor for PlayNY. A longtime, award-winning sports writer, Grant has covered gambling and legal sports betting since 2018, when he got his start reporting on the New Jersey and Pennsylvania industries. He now oversees PlayNY as New York expands legalized gambling to sports betting and online casino gaming.

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