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I hope you enjoyed ANOTHER sick week in the golf.
We had a place in the European Tour with the 16/ George Coetzee, we had a place in the PGA tour with the 8/1 Jordan Spieth who came 2nd – but nothing will top Cristie freaking Kerr in the LPGA.
Here it is:
Hopefully you all got on that. And if you didn’t – well bloody hell, stop what you’re doing and throw your e-mail address in the right sidebar so you get to subscribe to our betting tips, get the e-mailed to you and then never miss a thing. This isn’t the first time we’ve rocked the golf. Some big ones lately include Yani Tseng at 100/1, Amy Yang at 18/1 and Brandt Snedeker at 22/1.
That was actually the week where I was booking a flight to Europe – and ended up booking first class wahey.
This week we have two golfing events.
Unfortunately, we don’t have any LPGA Ana Inspiration Betting Tips this week. Believe us we have looked as we love the LPGA and feel it is the easiest to handicap – but nothing has really stood out to us unfortunately.
We also just have the one betting tip in the Shell Houston Open, which is part of the PGA Tour. Fear not – we will have plenty of betting tips for the Masters coming up next week most likely.
Let’s get to it:
Shell Houston Open Betting Tips:
Yet again – Jordan Spieth goes into this one as the heavy favourite at 7/1.
It really feels like the golf world is putting pressure on any youngster that comes through. Spieth is yet another that they’re really all over. He’s damn good don’t get me wrong – but it just seems like they are going overboard this early on.
Our bet for this event, is Matt Kuchar at 14/1 and we will be placing an E/W Bet on this meaning he just has to come in the top 5 to turn a profit.
Kuchar has some great experience at this course. His last 3 tournaments here saw him get three top 10 finishes. Last year he actually came 2nd.
We also think he is going to come into this well – after the tail end of the Valero Texas Open saw some fine form. Kuchar played his best round in weeks as, on a tricky course, he shot a 69 and looked extremely good doing so.
That is unfortunately our only bet for the Shell Houston Open.