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Golf: Who will win Phoenix Open Waste Management

  • 30-01-2013 10:12am
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    Banned (with Prison Access) Posts: 786 fangee


    So who do you fancy to win this week on the PGA tour ?


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  • Registered Users Posts: 155 ✭✭ leedslad


    fangee wrote: »
    So who do you fancy to win this week on the PGA tour ?

    Snedeker, if he can get his putting stroke back.
    Howell 111, 3 top 10's out of three already this season,and 5 top 25's at Scottsdale.
    Day, Finished Torrey Pines strongly at weekend.
    Dufner, Runner-up here last year.


  • Banned (with Prison Access) Posts: 786 fangee


    leedslad wrote: »
    Snedeker, if he can get his putting stroke back.
    Howell 111, 3 top 10's out of three already this season,and 5 top 25's at Scottsdale.
    Day, Finished Torrey Pines strongly at weekend.
    Dufner, Runner-up here last year.


    I'm massively hot on Snedeker. Have you seen his last two weekends ? I haven't so wondering just how badly he can be putting ?

    I think Dufner and Garrigus are the savers for me.


  • Registered Users Posts: 7,706 premierstone


    Fowler and Kaymer main bets for me, think Kaymer is coming back to he's very best and will have a massive year.

    Two outsiders I think might go well are Palmer and Steele.


  • Banned (with Prison Access) Posts: 786 fangee


    Fowler and Kaymer main bets for me, think Kaymer is coming back to he's very best and will have a massive year.

    Two outsiders I think might go well are Palmer and Steele.

    I'm a big Kaymer fan. He has no problem getting over the line when the opportunity arises but I think I'll wait 'til he's knocking on the door a bit more often.

    I'm not sold on Fowler's ability to win when it's there in front of him.

    I still can't see past Snedeker. I'm just afraid of how much I might actually put on him.


  • Registered Users Posts: 1,050 ✭✭✭ bobwilliams


    fangee wrote: »
    I'm massively hot on Snedeker. Have you seen his last two weekends ? I haven't so wondering just how badly he can be putting ?

    I think Dufner and Garrigus are the savers for me.


    They're my 2 picks @16/1 and 33/1
    I also did a win double Dufner and Westwood
    In Dubai e/w double Stephen Gallagher @50/1 with Garrigus


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  • Banned (with Prison Access) Posts: 786 fangee


    They're my 2 picks @16/1 and 33/1
    I also did a win double Dufner and Westwood
    In Dubai e/w double Stephen Gallagher @50/1 with Garrigus

    Bloody hell. Decent start by Gallagher !


  • Banned (with Prison Access) Posts: 786 fangee


    So can anybody reel in Mickelson ?


  • Banned (with Prison Access) Posts: 786 fangee


    Leaders out on the course before the hour is out.

    Harrington if off to a flyer.

    Surely anything better than -3 should see Phil keep his lead ?


  • Registered Users Posts: 1,050 ✭✭✭ bobwilliams


    fangee wrote: »
    Leaders out on the course before the hour is out.

    Harrington if off to a flyer.

    Surely anything better than -3 should see Phil keep his lead ?
    Think 67 or so is par to Phil on that course,I expect him to shoot 66 or 67
    Love to see Garrigus get the e/w money,that would be a very nice double for me with Gallagher.
    I'm defo not counting my chichens yet with Gallagher ,he is not to be trusted.


  • Banned (with Prison Access) Posts: 786 fangee


    Think 67 or so is par to Phil on that course,I expect him to shoot 66 or 67
    Love to see Garrigus get the e/w money,that would be a very nice double for me with Gallagher.
    I'm defo not counting my chichens yet with Gallagher ,he is not to be trusted.


    Well it's great to be heading into the third day still in the hunt.
    I hope you did an ED EW double too just in case Gallacher holds on to his 3 shot lead ?


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  • Registered Users Posts: 1,050 ✭✭✭ bobwilliams


    fangee wrote: »
    Well it's great to be heading into the third day still in the hunt.
    I hope you did an ED EW double too just in case Gallacher holds on to his 3 shot lead ?

    sure did,it's in my initial post


  • Banned (with Prison Access) Posts: 786 fangee


    sure did,it's in my initial post

    Not the same thing Bob.

    ED is Equally Divided.

    It's settled differently than a normal EW.


  • Registered Users Posts: 1,050 ✭✭✭ bobwilliams


    fangee wrote: »
    Not the same thing Bob.

    ED is Equally Divided.

    It's settled differently than a normal EW.

    tell me more,never heard of it,is this a betfair thing?


  • Banned (with Prison Access) Posts: 786 fangee


    tell me more,never heard of it,is this a betfair thing?

    No.

    It's still EW but ED means it's equally divided. You just write EW ED double on your slip.

    I split my EW bet types when I do EW bets at larger prices.

    So if I want to do a €20 EW double I'll do a €10 EW double and a €10 EW ED double.

    An EW double is a double on the win part and a double on the place part.

    So if your selections are 16/1 and 28/1 you have a €10 double at 16/1 and 28/1 for the win part and a €10 double at 4/1 and 7/1 for the place part.

    When it's ED you have €10 EW on the first selection and the returns are split equally EW on the second selection.

    It is really cover in case one of your selections wins and the other places. In this event the EW ED will pay a lot more.

    If they both win or both place the EW will pay more.

    I might have explained it poorly but I am hungover.

    Check it out. It's worth doing if you do EW doubles or trebles at large prices.


  • Closed Accounts Posts: 1,322 Dicky Pride


    In the Dubai dessert classic you will never see a player get as lucky as Stephen gallacher has got this week.


  • Registered Users Posts: 1,050 ✭✭✭ bobwilliams


    In the Dubai dessert classic you will never see a player get as lucky as Stephen gallacher has got this week.
    i know,i backed him at 50/1,got up earlier to watch it and what a rollercoaster ride.
    I think i can now start counting my cash,made a big mistake last night,checked the paddypower calculator to see what the pay-out will be.
    Won't be doing that again.


  • Registered Users Posts: 33,500 ✭✭✭✭ The_Kew_Tour


    They're my 2 picks @16/1 and 33/1
    I also did a win double Dufner and Westwood
    In Dubai e/w double Stephen Gallagher @50/1 with Garrigus

    well done nice price.


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