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Profit update and Initial Selections for The DP World Tour Championship and The RSM Classic


after two near misses last week we ended up making a profit of half a point. Our cumulative profit for 2021 to date is now +114 points. And our cumulative profit since the service started is +294 points.

Both Antoine Rozner and Matthew Woolf started Sunday in a strong position to win their respective tournaments. But both failed to deliver, albeit Rozner hung on for a place at 40/1. Golf betting is littered with such endings and we have to continue to keep our heads down and hit our profit targets.

In Dubai JB Hansen got it done by a stroke from the fast finishing Bernd Wiesberger and Francesco Laporta. A closing round of 68 was good enough to win, Andy Sullivan, a desert course performer, found some form to finish in a tie for fourth place. Unfortunately for us the in play selection Tommy Fleetwood failed to deliver much on Sunday. A sad year for Tommy in regard to his performances on both sides of the Atlantic. Our other initial selection Dean Burmeister faded over the weekend after being right up there at halfway.

In Texas Jason Kokrak delivered over the weekend to win again in his home state. I think that we missed a trick here re selections for which I apologise. Kokrak carded 66 and 65 over the weekend to win by two strokes from Kevin Tway and Scottie Scheffler. Kramer Hickok finished solo fourth.

Matthew Woolf had a bit of a flaky day on Sunday, as can happen, to drop to a tie for eleventh place after carding a mediocre 72.


Onto this week and we come to the conclusion of the Race To Dubai at the Earth Course. On the USPGA Tour season 2020-21 ends with us being off to Sea Island for the RSM Classic. Details of both courses and our initial selections are detailed below.


Good luck Martin