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Golf Betting Tips

Nelson Mandella Championship and Thailand Golf Championship

Another bloody Sunday. Two in a row. Moore looked destined for at least a place in Sun City and Simpson looked to be carrying form to make a place a formality in the States. Neither produced and we lost it all. 7.5 points gone and the dream of profit for the year took a major blow. We are now -22.72 points for the year.

This week there are two events worth looking at. Unfortunately, after having a good look at them, one soon realises there is not much to do. Thailand is another top heavy market where the market leaders are very difficult to separate. South Africa is a fairly random line up with very limited, solid course form. Therefore I am pretty much going to sit out, which is a shame as I wanted to find something to get us back in front. The problem is, if you look too hard, you end up trying to convince yourself there is a good bet in there.

I am going to back one in Thailand though against the market leaders. I would make Brooks Koepka a 33/1 chance and you can back him generally at 50/1. He is one of very few who can realistic upset the top 5, all of who are single figure prices. 12.5/1 on him placing has more appeal than trying to pick a winner out of one of the short ones. The other worthy of consideration is Bernd Wiesberger at 28/1. It is a fair price, but Koepka offers a little more value in my view.

Thailand Golf Championships

0.75 points each way Brooks Koepka @ 50/1

2013 running total = -22.72 points. This week’s investment 1.5 points. This weeks P&L = - 1.5 points

2012 total +150.36 points
2011 total +370.78 points
2010 total +189.33 points

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My advice comes with a point system to rate the strength of a tip. A 1 point bet means placing your usual stake, so if you would consider your normal bet being £10 then a point signifies £10.
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