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It’s Wednesday and here at SBT that means it is time for the golf betting tips.
We didn’t get any HUGE wins last week, but we were still busy patting ourselves on the back after two successful place bets. We first off had Justin Rose in the Championship:
Unfortunately Rose didn’t really come alive on the back nine which was a shame – because if he had did that, who knows how things could have turned out. But a cash is a cash.
We also went with Austin Ernst in the LPGA. She managed to squeak into 5th. Unfortunately it was a dead heat which sucks in terms of the odds. Still a cash as you can see:
But nothing spectacular at all.
Still – we continue to provide winning golf tips week after week. We had Furyk the week before, Henry the week before that and Langer the week prior. It wasn’t too long ago that we also had our Mika Miyazato place at 80/1 odds.
Let’s continue that running win this week. Bets to win and Top 5 / Place bets.
Wyndham Championship Betting Tips:
We’re going to take the favourite Brooks Koepka who is 14/1 to win. Koepka is coming into this on fire after a great PGA Championship. He’s got some absolutely fantastic form this season as well – the guy can’t seem to help but get going and rocking the top 20s and we’re backing him to go with him being on a good run.
We’re also backing Webb Simpson. Course form is the reason for this one – he’s had some spectacular finishes. Of course his current form is weak sauce so that’s where you may wish to consider a much smaller bet – we’re probably going to do a quarter unit bet on the win, and a quarter unit on the top 5.
Finally we’re taking Carl Petterson who has some solid form going into this and also knows this course very well and does very well at it. So we’re looking forward to that one.
Also if you are a fan of fantasy golf, we’re betting on that. We’ve got a team of Carl Pettersson, Will Wilcox, Brooks Koepka, Jhonattan Vegas, Troy Kelly and Brandt Snedker. Solid team primarily created due to their form on this particular course.
Boeing Classic Betting Tips:
Next up is the Boeing Classic. This tournament is part of the Champions Tour and we have two bets. We’re going for Scott Dunlap to do back to back. Odds are there at 12/1 and although Langer is killing it we’re not sold on him when it comes to this particular course.
We’re also going with Gene Sauers who has been gaining some solid form lately, and also is pretty darn good at this course. No promises considering the odds, but he should be a contender for a place.