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15-05-2013, 00:02   #1
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Golf Betting MegaThread *** See Mod warning in post #2 & 214***

This week is very interesting in the golf betting as there is a choice between 2 very different events with the byron nelson in america and the volvo matchplay in bulgria.
from looking at the odds,form,course history and other things i think players to watch in the us are:
matt kuchar 16/1
marc leishman 20/1
ryuji imada 200/1
ryan palmer 22/1 (nap)
palmer is flying at the moment and has a great record in this event.
in the matchplay:
henrik stenson 15/2
fdez castano 18/1
mcdowell 8/1 (nap)
aphibarnrat 40/1
while stenson is in great form he hasn't played alot of matchplay over the last few years but still worth a shout.mcdowell had a poor week last week but is proven in matchplay and would expect a strong showing.aphibarnrat seems to be always in contention and is playing well recently and looks a good price.
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Byron Nelson Picks
Jason Day........favourite but has 3 top 10's from 3 start here
Jordan Speith.......from Texas, knows the course
D A Points.......course form & is playing well
Robert Karlsson......played well last time out in Quail Hollow, good off the tee
Marc Leishman.......... in good form & has good course form

Madeira Island Open
Andy Sullivan
Morten Orum Madsen
Joakim Lagergren
Daniel Vancsik
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15-05-2013, 13:01   #6
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Marc Leishman and Andres Romero for me.
20/1 and 150/1, both each way.
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Haven't got a major betting interest in this weeks events but a few that might outplay their prices

Morten Orum Madsen in the Medeira Open he won a minor event in Norway of the last week or so and finished 11th in Medeira last year which is being played on the same course again.

The match play is a bit of a lottery but I think Aphibarnrat might go well at a big price. He has been in good form on the Asian Tour this year and could go well.

The Byron Nelson is another wide open event and it wouldn't surprise in the slightest to see a big outsider compete this week. Patrick Reed is a local Texan and could go well at a big price.
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My golf bets this week are US Matt Kuchar e/w and in Bulgaria Shane Lowry e/w.
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Haven't got a major betting interest in this weeks events but a few that might outplay their prices

Morten Orum Madsen in the Medeira Open he won a minor event in Norway of the last week or so and finished 11th in Medeira last year which is being played on the same course again.

The match play is a bit of a lottery but I think Aphibarnrat might go well at a big price. He has been in good form on the Asian Tour this year and could go well.

The Byron Nelson is another wide open event and it wouldn't surprise in the slightest to see a big outsider compete this week. Patrick Reed is a local Texan and could go well at a big price.
ugh he is leading by 1 and i havent a penny on him and the make things worse he is beating Peter Uihlien who is second and I actually have money on!
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This week is very interesting in the golf betting as there is a choice between 2 very different events with the byron nelson in america and the volvo matchplay in bulgria.
from looking at the odds,form,course history and other things i think players to watch in the us are:
matt kuchar 16/1
marc leishman 20/1
ryuji imada 200/1
ryan palmer 22/1 (nap)
palmer is flying at the moment and has a great record in this event.
in the matchplay:
henrik stenson 15/2
fdez castano 18/1
mcdowell 8/1 (nap)
aphibarnrat 40/1
while stenson is in great form he hasn't played alot of matchplay over the last few years but still worth a shout.mcdowell had a poor week last week but is proven in matchplay and would expect a strong showing.aphibarnrat seems to be always in contention and is playing well recently and looks a good price.
Good win by mcdowell,thats a few pound in,hopefully leishman or palmer can get up for a place tonight
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I fancy Marc Leishman at 33's and John Senden at 80's.
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Incredible ... who would have thought in golf the odds would ever be like this.
Memorial ... 2/1 for Tiger woods ... nearest competitor is 16's !!!!!!!!!!
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Incredible ... who would have thought in golf the odds would ever be like this.
Memorial ... 2/1 for Tiger woods ... nearest competitor is 16's !!!!!!!!!!
Only 5 years ago this was the regular occurance. In fact I remember before arnies tournament 1 year tiger was around 11/8.
It's probably priced about right really. Any bigger an there would be lads smashing into him e/w
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Only 5 years ago this was the regular occurance. In fact I remember before arnies tournament 1 year tiger was around 11/8.
It's probably priced about right really. Any bigger an there would be lads smashing into him e/w
I actually think 2/1 is a great price, I was just amazed at 16/1 been the closest next odds
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