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Archive for October 2019

Selections for October 31st – November 3rd

This week we travel to China and Bermuda for the tournaments we will be betting on. I have made a video in regard to these tournaments, analysing the fields in both and providing an explanation of the picks.   The outright bets for this week are: WGC – HSBC Championship Sungjae Im, 1/2 point each…

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Andy Sullivan – is he on his way back on the European Tour?

Andy Sullivan won three tour events in 2015 and played in the 2016 Ryder Cup team of Europe. However he had a spell in the doldrums but is showing some life in recent weeks. Andy is 32 years of age and is five foot eight inches in height. He also won a trip to space…

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Selections for October 24 – 27.

This week we are off too Portugal on the European Tour and Japan on the USPGA Tour. Decent fields in both events and so let’s get into finding some good bets.   On the European Tour we are off to the Dom Pedro Victoria Golf Course at Villamoura. It is a par 71, 7,191 yards…

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Review of last weeks tournaments and bets

Not a good week for our selections with a series of poor scoring on the Friday. In Korea in the CJ Cup on the USPGA Tour our selection Rafa Cabrero Bello (RCB) got off to a reasonable start on the Thursday and placed in the top fifteen. However on the Friday RCB had a 74…

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Matchbook tournament match bet selection – October 17 to 20.

We have a Matchbook match bet at The Open De France in Paris. It is a bet at the advised price or better. So you will need to put up a bet on Matchbook at that price or better to get it matched on the exchange. The market will be active until the Tournament starts.…

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Selections for October 17 – 20.

This week we are off to France and Korea on the two main tours. The Amundi Open de France takes place at Le Golf National Paris, home of the 2018 Ryder Cup, where Europe romped to victory over the U.S.A. The last five winners of this tournament at this venue are: Alex Noren; Tommy Fleetwood;…

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The Race to Dubai….things are beginning to hot up.

The Race to Dubai, spanning 47 tournaments in 31 countries across four continents, is a season-long competition to crown the European Tour’s Number One player. Celebrating the global connectivity of Dubai and the European Tour, the list of champions since 2009 reads like a who’s who of modern-era greats, including three-time winner Rory McIlroy and…

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Selections for October 10 – 13.

We are off to Rome on the European Tour and Texas on the USPGA Tour this week. There looks to be some value in the betting at both events if we look away from the favourites with the bookmakers. Our picks this week look set to give us a good run for our money….so take…

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Is Rory correct? Are courses in Europe too easy for the top pro’s?

When playing in the Aberdeen Standard Investments Pro Am Tournament the other week, Rory spoke out after the event that he was of the opinion that the courses played on the European tour were too easy for the top pro’s. In this tournament, a Pro Am event over three courses, Gleneagles, Kingsbairns and St Andrews…

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