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Welcome to this weeks Sports Betting Tips.
We’re a little bit late as we were busy studying the golf and well – it’s quite an interesting week.
The PGA Tour has a very weakened field for example – and the European Tour has two tournaments. One is the Madeira Islands Open mostly made up of Challenge Tour players. And the other is the Matchplay which can be very tricky to tip.
Then there’s the British Open for the ladies which is a tough one to tip as it’s at a new course.
So yes – a lot of studying, especially at the Madeira Islands.
Let’s get on with this weeks golf betting tips as it’s late:
Golf Betting Tips:
First of all in the LPGA we’ll take Lydia Ko 10/1 straight up to win. She showed last time she played that her form is back – we’re expecting Lydia to completely rock the LPGA this week and pick up a massive, and much needed victory.
Now onto the PGA.
In the Quicken National we’re making all small bets. First up is a quarter unit on Tiger Woods. Probably just burning money – but it’s such a weakened field, and 2 time winner of this tournament Tiger has to bring it here. This tournament is very important to him and he is the host of it so you need him to do something. Please Tiger. Please.
We’ll also have a quarter unit on Will Wilcox who killed it at the Barbasal. He’s been in great form and with the limited field we’ll get on him.
Finally for the PGA we’re on Johnson Wagner. Wagner has been playing a lot of solid golf and is really on form – we have to bank on him keeping that form up. He’s just been playing excellent.
Next and finally is the European Tour.
No Matchplay betting tips unfortunately.
In the Madeira Islands Open we’ve got a half unit bet on Ricardo Gouveia hoping he can win in his home country. On the challenge tour he has shown just exceptional form and we’re hoping it can continue.
We’ll also do quarter unit bets on Jose-Filipe Lima at 50/1, Scott Henry at 35/1 and finally Marcel Schneider at 90/1. It’s a bit of a crapshoot but we believe all three of those golfers are better than their odds suggest.