Bookie Refunds Bets on Stiff Johnson

Australian bookmaker sportsbetting has refunded all bets on Dustin Johnson to win the 2010 US PGA Championship after he received an unlucky 2-stroke penalty on the final hole which cost him a place in the playoff.
“Johnson was very stiff and we think it’s only fair we refund punters who otherwise would also have been stiffed out of their cash,” said sportsbetting’s Haydn Lane.
In recent times sportsbetting has refunded bets on the Socceroos in the World Cup after dubious red card decisions cruelled their campaign, on the Isner/Mahut 70-68 fifth set Wimbledon marathon, and Michael Barlow for the Brownlow Medal after breaking his leg late in the season, while paying out early on Richmond to win the AFL Wooden Spoon after only four rounds and on Tiger Woods in the 2009 Australian Masters.

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