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Is it seriously Wednesday already? It just feels like a day ago that I was writing up the weekly golf tips and here we are again.
I know where yesterday went of course – lost the day completely playing Fallout 4. My gosh what a game that is. It’s amazing how time just flies while playing it. I played for a good few hours in the afternoon, then took a break for dinner.
Actually wasn’t planning to play it again but then I threw it on for “a few minutes” at 6:30pm. Just wanted to do some crafting before the NBA and NHL came on. Next thing I know it’s 11pm and I’ve missed all the bloody sports. Yikes.
Let’s get to the betting tips for this week. Reminder that unless specified, all golf tips are to win and E/W which means we make money if they’re in the top 5 or 6 – see the sportsbook linked below for more information on that.
PGA Tour Betting Tips:
The PGA is in Mexico for the OHL Classic at Mayakoba. With a lot of the top field playing the European Tour this week, and people like McIlroy, Spieth and Day not participating at all – it’s a much weaker field. In saying that you have the likes of Matt Kuchar, Charley Hoffman and Jason Bohn all playing so it’s not really that weak a field.
Speaking of – Jason Bohn is our first tip. The 20/1 golfer we are going tk back to win and E/W. We’re not super confident – we’re worried his form has topped out and he’s going to start playing poorly as happens – but we’ll give him one more tournament to prove his case to us.
Finally for the OHL Classic Betting Picks we’re on Chris Stroud for a quarter stake. 28/1 and Stroud kills it at this course normally. He’s in horrific form but it might just be the spot for him to sneak into a top 5 spot or better.
European Tour Betting Tips:
In the European Tour this week it’s the BMW Masters.
We’re going to take Danny Willett, Justin Rose and Matthew Fitzpatrick. Rose is to win, the others are the usual.
Willett is one of the most on form golfers at the moment and if he could get consistency going throughout a tournament he would be incredible. Unfortunately he usually falters at least one round out of the four.
Rose to win – easy enough. Solid price and honestly he is the one to beat here. Not a surprise that he is the favourite and we’re confident that 11/2 is a solid enough price on Rose so we are backing that one just to win.
Finally we’re going with Matthew Fitzpatrick. The one thing that stands out more than anything else on this course is always Greens in Regulation, and that’s something Fitzpatrick excels at. Along with some solid performances as of late we’re comfortable betting him at 25/1.