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31-10-2019, 15:06   #5431
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I did justin rose this week always a slow starter but 2 off the real leaders cant see Li lasting
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06-11-2019, 20:46   #5432
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Trying again for another go, so going for :

Turkish Airlines Open 2019

Eddie Pepperell@35/1 & Andy Sullivan@55/1

Charles Schwab Cup Championship 2019

Jerry Kelly@11/1 & Joe Durant@50/1

Good luck all
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19-11-2019, 21:01   #5433
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Jeremy Chapman suggests that Jon Rham,Hatton,Willet,Westwood and McIntyre are woth supporting in the DP world tour championship.

His main bet is 21/2 pts ew Rham.

i am with him on Rham who has played very well in Europe this year and has a great chance here.4th last year and a winner the year before he could be ready for this after a break.

Available at 7/1 i have have backed him at 13/2 win only
with Boyles who are money back (free bet) if 2nd 3rd or 4th inc ties.
I asked today what was the max amount and the guy i asked was not sure but said he thought it was €20.I did it twice in the same shop and will do it twice more tomorrow in another shop.

Boyles are only money back if one is on the grid,however PP is also money back at 13/2 if 2nd 3rd or 4th.

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27-11-2019, 09:54   #5434
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Following a rare win last week to a decent stake (phew) i will be hoping to follow up and the televised womens tour event in Spain might be the place to look as so many in the field have little chance of success.

I will have a look at the form and have a bet later.
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Following a rare win last week to a decent stake (phew) i will be hoping to follow up and the televised womens tour event in Spain might be the place to look as so many in the field have little chance of success.

I will have a look at the form and have a bet later.
NANA MADSEN 10s for the Spanish Open,played well last week for 3 rounds and there are only a few decent women playing this week so i have a few quid ew.

In South Africa young Zander Lombard might be able to overcome a few out of form but more established players 20S pp 7 places.
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01-12-2019, 18:43   #5436
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NANA MADSEN 10s for the Spanish Open,played well last week for 3 rounds and there are only a few decent women playing this week so i have a few quid ew.

In South Africa young Zander Lombard might be able to overcome a few out of form but more established players 20S pp 7 places.
I did not follow up last weeks win but i feel i should have,Lombard had an 8 at the last and i now only get a 1/4 of the place money its a pity he did not get a 7.

Madsen was even worse,3 double bogeys in the final round, at the 4th.13th and 18th and she was only beaten a shot!!! a par at the last would have won me the cash,painful.
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NANA MADSEN 10s for the Spanish Open,played well last week for 3 rounds and there are only a few decent women playing this week so i have a few quid ew.

In South Africa young Zander Lombard might be able to overcome a few out of form but more established players 20S pp 7 places.
I did not follow up last weeks win but i feel i should have,Lombard had an 8 at the last and i now only get a 1/4 of the place money its a pity he did not get a 7.

Madsen was even worse,3 double bogeys in the final round, at the 4th.13th and 18th and she was only beaten a shot!!! a par at the last would have won me the cash,painful.
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Lots of golf this week but Australia not on tv.

Justin Harding 20s and Matthieu Pavon 66s will do me in Mauritius both having a bit of course form.

Rahm could win the Hero but i will have a few quid ew Patrick Reed 16s 5 places.
Garcia could be worth a few quid in Australia.
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Tiger Woods at 10/1 for the Hero World Challenge is an absolute steal. Word from Bahamas is that in practice and in Tuesday's pro-am, he was flushing it with his driver and irons. Tournament starts today instead of the traditional Thursday. Really looking forward to see what Tiger can do this week.

Connor Syme at 60/1 generally for the Mauritius Open, looks like a strong each-way bet. Played some really good golf at last week's Alfred Dunhill at Leopard Creek, finishing 11th. Really impressed with his ball-striking too.

Looking forward to this week's golf most certainly.
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Tiger gets out in about an hour, spotted optimal price @12, but this is for 1stRL, however this still the same 4pl(1/4) as would be for outright (at shorter) via Sky.
Wonder if Speith @29 with same book is also slightly high, for 4pl out of just 18 or so contenders. Another price irregularity is Watson @46.
Again only value if they perform.

Elsewhere at Powers they're doing 5pl (1/5) for both markets and Tony Finau@19 for the Leader after R1 is better than anywhere else.

Down under and just noticed an oddity with Windred priced +50-80% average price @81. Also with +20% is Warren@251.
But 1stRL Garcia @23 might be more sensible and conservative slight advantge.
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Matthieu Pavon is 80/1 with Lads only 66/1 PP both going 7 places,it pays to shop around.
I put a tenner ew on my fancies but had another tenner ew Pavon at the 80/1 and backed Reed ew without Thomas and Rahm at the lesser price of 12/1 a drop of 4 points from the 16s available for a straight win.

I hope i get someone at least placed as it was not my intention to invest a 100 but thats just the way it worked out.

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Having another go this week, so going for :

Hero World Challenge

Tiger Woods 10/1 & Rickie Fowler 12/1

Mauritius Open

George Coetzee 14/1 & Romain Langasque 16/1

Good luck all
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11-12-2019, 23:32   #5443
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Reid cock up cost me a few quid only got the place money and Pavons blowout in round 3 ruined any chance of a big payout.

Two bets this week in the QBE Shootout Horschel/Todd win at 9/2 and Hoffman/Kisner ew at 10/1.
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