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Welcome to Wednesday at SportsBettingTips.org where we cover the golf each week on “hump day” as people call it.
We don’t call it that though. We’re too cool for that.
Sorry about the lateness of the tips today as I know the betting closes for the Tshwane Open in a few hours. I just got back from Vegas and as I’m the local golf guy they couldn’t go up without me here. I’ve been busy all day crunching the numbers.
It also didn’t help that I was busy all day drinking champagne. It’s become a tradition in the office when I have a big golf win to crack it early on – mix it with some orange juice for mimosas – then sip on it throughout the day. Well Hideki did the business for us last week:
Thank you sir, and thank you for the champagne office buddies.
Alright so this week we’ve got no LPGA action however we DO have PGA Tour Betting Tips, European Tour Betting Tips AND Champions Tour Betting Tips.
Last year we correctly predicted that Snedeker would win the Pebble Beach tournament and that was nice as it was 22/1. Hopefully we can get another winner this week at Pebble Beach.
Let’s get to the tips:
Pebble Beach: We’ve absolutely got to take Brandt Snedker again. The fact is the man is on absolute fire and even though he didn’t look too solid last time out – there was a lot of pressure on him. If you follow golf you know how someone can rise to the top and then completely and utterly drop – but with his success at this tournament in recent years we’d feel silly not backing him to win(and place the E/W bet for added insurance).
We’re also going to go with our man Jimmy Walker. Walker is great on this course – his history here is fantastic to look at – and he’s also playing some decent golf. More importantly he’s flying somewhat under the radar going into this one and with no pressure on him? Well absolutely anything is possible so we’ll be on him to win and E/W as well.
Tshwane Open: This was a very tough one and I’ll be glad when this co-sanctioned crap is over with. Way too much data to study. However I’ll be taking a risky bet on Dean Burmester to win as well as of course betting the each way bet. He played well at this course last year and that is a big factor I feel on this course – looking at its history in the Sunshine Open.
Chubb Classic: The Champions Tour for 2016 is still in its early days so the bets aren’t really standing out just yet. We do like Olin Browne and of course win AND each way bet. 40/1 is the odds for him and he plays very well at this course. His big issue is being consistent and we all saw that last week as well. However Browne plays very comfortable here and we’re on him as our final golf bet of the week and lone Champions Tour golf bet.