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It’s Wednesday, which means it is time for golf betting tips at the SportsBettingTips.org offices.
We’re a bit late posting the tips today as with it being The British Open, and one of the majors, we wanted to do as much research and studying as possible. We also looked at the other PGA event – the Barbasol Championship – but nothing stood out to us.
We’ve also got LPGA betting tips this week, and we’re celebrating a slight victory from last week:
Nothing huge – but profit is profit.
So okay let’s get onto the betting tips for this week:
Golf Betting Tips:
First of all we have the prestigous British Open known mainly as The Open. It’s a great tournament that usually rewards the best golfer. Rory McIlroy was last years victor, however is of course out of it due to an ankle injury. Jordan Spieth is the favourite but at 7/1 we just can’t fully justify it. Well – we’ll see. We MAY have a tiny flutter on him, but our main tips lie elsewhere.
Our first betting tip is the 11/1 Dustin Johnson to win. We’d secretly been hoping Johnson would tank the last few weeks so his odds would plummet. That was not the case of course but either way we still think 11/1 is an excellent price as he is right up there with Spieth in terms of chances.
We’re also going with 80/1 Tommy Fleetwood. You have to look at his course form – the last two Dunhill tournaments, played at St Andrews, saw him get -24 in 4 freaking rounds. That’s um – exceptional. We know he hasn’t been huge at the majors but he’s going into this with zero pressure and that should be good. That’s an E/W bet BTW.
We’re also on David Howell at 125/1 and another E/W bet. He’s shown a lot of solid golf in the past few weeks, and also has proven he is no pushover at the majors. The fact that he is a winner on this course previously is just the cherry on the top.
For the LPGA, we’re splitting a unit on two bets this week, both to win. The first one is Lydia Ko. Prior winner of this tournament – last year to be specific – she looks like she may have put her problems behind her. We bloody well hope so anyway. She’s dealing with a lot of homesickness etc and really you can tell the pressure is on her. She’s said multiple times she wants to have just some fun – and that’s what she had at the Womens Open in the last two rounds. Pressure was gone, she played excellent.
So we’ll have a half unit on her at 8/1.
Finally we will be betting So Yeon Ryu. If you know anything about So Yeon Ryu and this course – you know she is not to be messed with. 2nd place last year, she won it 3 years ago with an insane -20. 2nd place that year? Had -13.
Both to win.