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It’s Wednesday, and here at SportsBettingTips.org that means only one thing: golf tips!
We’ve got three tournaments we are providing betting tips for this week. We have the WGC Bridgestone Invitational, Barracuda Championship and the Shaw Charity Classic.
We’ve been on a good run and we continued it last week, with this Scott Henry cash:
We were very unlucky not to get the 35/1 hit in the Madeira Islands Open. Roope Kaikko had a ridiculous -9 day on the last day as well as a -8 the day before and that was all she wrote. Amazing performance by him though.
Let’s get to the tips:
Golf Betting Tips:
First up we’re going with the WGC Bridgestone Invitiational which is always a fun tournament. Jordan Spieth goes into this one as the obvious favourite at 11/2.
We’re going to be doing quarter unit bets all round. Our first is Dustin Johnson although there’s really no rhyme or reason for it. His form doesn’t suggest it at all – but we’re just hoping he can bounce back after the Open and show what he is made of. This is a course that demands quality too and that’s where someone like Johnson can really stand out.
We’re on the 35/1 Keegan Bradley. While he has poor form in the PGA at the moment, his tournament form is excellent for this particular course and we feel confident he can play strong every day.
We’re also on the on form Jim Furyk. Granted it was a weakened field when he came 4th at the RBC Championship, but he also shot well at the Open Championship and is coming in nice and rested. At 40/1, his form at this course makes him worth a bet.
Our final bet is the 28/1 Hideki Matsuyama.
All of the above are quarter unit bets.
For the Barracuda Championship which has quite the weak field – we so wanted to just throw a bunch of random bets out. But after studying for hours the only one we like is Andres Romero who is priced 4th. He’s had great form at this course, and he’s also in some decent form at the moment. He should hopefully be there or thereabouts come the end of play Sunday.
And we’ve also got Champions Tour Betting Tips. This week they’re up in Canada for the Shaw Charity Classic, and we’re going to take Kirk Triplett. Half a unit on Kirk who is 28/1. He’s gaining form lately and we’ve been watching him and are going to pull the trigger. The man made us a lot of money last year and we’re hoping he can recapture that form and do it again.