In golf, you generally cannot have a dead heat for the actual winner of a tournament, as extra holes are played to decide the overall winner. This is not the case for the “placed” golfers. Most weeks will produce a dead heat of some description in a golf event.
Dead heat rules state that your stake should be divided by the number of competitors involved in the dead heat and then settled at the normal odds.
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