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Last time out was the RBC Heritage, and I skipped last weeks nonsense tournament.
That was a disappointing one as we went in to the final day with Cantlay right up there and looking good. Unfortunately, he couldn’t quite get it done and ended up in third place. It ended in another playoff, with Spieth as the victor.
Kuchar came tied for 19th after a disappointing last round.
This week we have the Mexico Open. Not a ton of data, and after looking I’ve decided not to make E/W bets. So just some rough analysis and then a couple Top X bets as I experiment with that.
In better news, a big work project that has been taking up a lot of my time is nearing completion. That will open up more time for me and allow me to start covering non-PGA tournaments more such as the LPGA, where I’ve made some ridiculous bank the since I started doing tips online.
Mexico Open 2023 Bets
The odds form Rahm are just STUPID. Of course I can’t really argue with them ha.
My system pretty much agrees with the sportsbooks, with Rahm, Finau and Woodland as Top 3. If I break it into tiers, which is something I am playing with as I look into expanding the betting to Top X and various props, it’s like this:
Tier 1: Rahm
Tier 2: Finau, Hojgaard, Woodland
Tier 3: List, Percy, Clark
Tier 4: Byeong-Hun An, Gainey, Goydos
Tier 5: Tosti, Gordon
In reality, it’s more like Rahm Tier 2, then the next Tier is like Tier 5 ha.
Anyway yeah that’s basically what I’m seeing in regards to betting. I really don’t feel like doing any E/W bets this week.
I’m going to do a few 1/8u bets instead.
Woodland Top 20 at 2.15.
Hojgaard Top 20 at 2.37.
Byeong-Hun An Top 30 at 1.86.
And that is it for me.