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There are three golf tournaments this week that we’ve looked at.
The first one is in the LPGA. That’s the ISPS Handa Women’s Australian Open and is the 3rd tournament in this years LPGA season. After much thought – we just don’t see anyone worth betting. We’d love to bet Karrie Webb but she’s at a very low price of 18/1. She is very inconsistent, and even though she has the capabilities to be in the Top 5, we wouldn’t be surprised if she gets cut. That’s how erratic her form is at the moment. So we’re skipping that.
Then there’s the co-sanctioned European/Asian Tour event, the Hero Indian Open. Unfortunately the majority of the field is made up of golfers who participate in the Asian Open – something we just don’t tip. So we will be skipping that.
We do however, have the PGA Tour, and we have two betting tips for you in that.
We are hoping beyond hope that we can continue the form from last week, when we did this:
Yep, we managed to nail both of them.
The week before we skipped due to our Vegas trip, however the week before that, we had this win:
So we are on somewhat of a hot streak at the moment, and are hoping to continue that this week. Let’s get to it:
Northern Trust Open 2015 Betting Tips:
Our first pick is Bill Haas, and we’ll be betting him E/W at 30/1 with a full unit bet on that.
Haas comes into this course with one win already under his belt this season, as he won the Humana Challenge. Like many golfers, he came out the next tournament and played very poorly, but he bounced back a few weeks ago with a 19th placed finish. He skipped Pebble Beach, and will be coming into this one fresh.,
It might be asking a bit too much of Haas to pick up yet another win, but this course is tailor made for him. He’s had some great finishes here before, and at 30/1 is honestly a relatively easy bet.
Our other pick is Nick Watney. This is one where we weren’t too happy with making the pick – but he was the only other one that stood out, and we just HAD to place a bet on him. The wins from last week probably helped us be a bit more risky.
Watney was just fantastic last week – we were thoroughly impressed with him. If he can continue that form on this course? Then hell yes – he should absolutely dominate. He’s going into it with little pressure too considering the field, so that’s a good sign.
We’re seeing a lot of top form golfers win at the moment. There’s no reason for Watney not to join him.
Another one where you bet E/W.