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I know most of you are coming here for the Euro 2016, but I hope you follow our golf tips too because we’ve been killing it lately.
We were very close to a huge cash last week on the European Tour, had the 14/1 Dustin Johnson win just 2 weeks ago, and numerous other big wins throughout the season.
It’s a very busy week in golf with a WGC event, PGA event, European Tour event and then an LPGA event as well.
Now the end of the month is always a busy time for me with work – and on top of that Euro 2016 has kept me bloody busy too! So I’m just going to warn you now – I’m not exactly uber confident in the tips this week.
Basically I have a general level of confidence that they’re the right plays but I haven’t did the work I usually do.
So every bet below I am recommending you place a bet of a quarter unit on them and nothing more. Like I said I just don’t have that usual degree of confidence – I did the work but just not all the work. However I’d be sick if I did this work and didn’t bet and missed out on a nice pay day.
Let’s get to it:
WGC Bridgestone Picks:
I’ve got two bets for this one. It’s actually a very tricky one as this is an insane course. If you’re watching this one on TV be sure to pay attention to the 16th hole – I’m hoping they have a camera tracking just that hole.
Anyhoo – for this one I am taking Jim Furyk and Justin Rose. Furyk has excellent course form here and has been in the top 10 almost every time. I also think this could be a huge tournament for him. I mean the list of favourites at the top isn’t exactly a slaughterhouse. Spieth has been a bit of a mess lately, Rory isn’t participating. Day looks to be a bit off his game and I can’t see DJ performing well after the major win.
Rose is coming off a bad US Open but I like what he offers and think he will bounce back strong.
Barracuda Championship Picks:
This should be a fun tournament to watch as the prize is always a big one and can encourage the back of the pack. I’ve got three picks for this one which are Brendan Steele, Martin Laird and Robert Garrigus. Course form is usually a big factor on the Barracuda so I’m hoping to see performances from those three. All three of them have performed well at this course too and Brendan Steele in particular – I hate to say someone is due but it just seems like Steele is due.
Open De France Picks:
I’ve got three picks for this one. Rory is the favourite at weak odds but that’s good as it makes everyone look better odds wise. I’m feeling confident on Martin Kaymer and I’ve got long shot bets on Robert Dinwiddie and James Morrison here.
Finally we have the LPGA and the Cambia Portland. I didn’t do as much research on this as I was exhausted by the end of the other 3 tournaments but Austin Ernst and Candie Kung both stood out to me.