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Welcome one, welcome all to Wednesday and our usual round of weekly golf betting tips.
We had a great win last week, with the 80/1 Mika Miyazato coming in 2nd place in the LPGA. As we bet E/W that results in a nice 20/1 cash. Here’s the betting slip:
There’s no LPGA this week, nor the Champions Tour. But don’t worry as we have PGA action, European tour and we continue our beta test of the Web.com tournaments. We came dangerously close to a cash last week, and hoping for similar results – or better this week.
Golf Betting Tips:
So first of all we have the Greenbrier Classic in the PGA, and boy do we get tempted by high odds picks this week. The last winners of the tournament have been 100/1, 125/1, 500/1, 175/1 and 80/1. That 500/1 was Ted Potter Jr. in 2012. Can you bloody imagine hitting that?
We’ve got four betting tips for that – and for all of them we’re doing a quarter unit, and betting to win and then choosing the each way option. We’re going with 22/1 Webb Simpson who has had some great results here in the past on this course. We’re also going with 125/1 Scott Pinckney who has had a bit of good form lately – both at the Travelers Championship and Byron Nelson. The latter he came 2nd.
We’re also on Jon Curran 100/1 for similar reasons as Pinckney. Historically the winner of this tournament had a decent place a month or so prior and Curran falls into that with a 6th place finish at the Nelson. He’s also still got the ability as his Puerto Rico Open finish showed. Finally we’re on Steven Bowditch 66/1 as he has played well here before.
We’re also going to bet Tiger Woods because it’s quite windy and that seems like the easier way to burn money.
In the European Tour, we’ve got two bets for the French Open. The first one is Graeme McDowell, who is going for his 3rd win in a row. It won’t happen surely – but would be cool as hell if it did. 25/1 for him and we’ll be doing a quarter unit bet on that too.
We’re also on Richard Green at 100/1. He stood out to us and we think he has what it takes to get a solid result.
And we can’t forget the Web.com – taking place in Nova Scotia this week. One bet, also quarter unit as it’s a beta test system, which is Ryan Spears who is 40/1.
WNBA Betting Tips:
There’s no WNBA action today but there is tomorrow and we’ll get a jump on it with the Tulsa Shock -1.5.