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Welcome to Wednesday, and sports betting tips time!
Every week on Wednesdays we cover the golf and we’ll do just that again this week. We had nice winners last week with our man Dustin Johnson as shown here:
Hopefully we can continue the winning this week. It’s been a good time for golf at the moment for us and although no massive wins we’re still profiting each week.
Let’s get to it:
Golf Betting Tips:
Honda Classic: Last year at the Honda Classic we backed Luke Donald at 80/1. He came 7th just places out of a huge cash which was disappointing. Based on that and his form at the Honda Classic however we’ll be backing Luke Donald for a Top 10 Finish.
We’re also going to go for a very risky Jim Herman to win and E/W at 175/1. A huge price but his form is pretty solid at the moment. We loved what we saw from Herman when he played at Pebble Beach and he’s shown in the past that he can perform at the Honda Classic which can be tricky when it comes to driving.
We’re also backing Fredrik Jacobson to win and E/W. Again course form is the big thing here. He didn’t look good at the Northern Trust Open so it’s a bit of a concern but his form has been solid not counting that tournament so we feel good enough to place a small bet on him.
And then the 2nd favourite to win the tournament Rickie Fowler we will back to win. We aren’t super confident as driving is going to be big here and we don’t think he can do it. However McIlroy is participating and that’s made Fowlers odds good. If he was 8/1 or less we’d stay away.
Perth International: The only thing we’re betting is Thorbjorn Olesen to repeat and win here. This ia very tricky course and no-one stood out for us. To win and E/W on him.
LPGA Thailand: We liked a lot here. The first one is Inbee Park to win and she is 11/2 odds. We’re only doing a small bet on Park because man she hasn’t looked good in her lone tournament this year at the Bahamas.
We’re also on Yani Tseng to win and E/W. She’s looked pretty poor but she still had some nice play at Coates and her course history here just can’t be ignored.
With Lydia Ko not participating we’re going to be jumping on Stacy Lewis as the winner of the Honda LPGA Thailand. She always performs better when Ko isn’t around and after her close finish at the Bahamas tournament we know Lewis has what it takes this year.
Our last bet for the LPGA Thailand is a bet on Suzann Pettersen. This will be a win with an each way bet. Everything looks good for Pettersen be it course form and current form and the competition at the top isn’t that tough this week.