September 19th, 2018: Golf & CFL Bets

Hard to believe the PGA Tour season is pretty much over. The 2017-2018 season ends with the Tour Championship this weekend.

What’s crazy is that next year it’ll end even sooner! It’ll end before football begins which will make every tournament that much more intense.

After the Tour Championship we do of course have the Ryder Cup and then the 2018-2019 season kicks off on October 4th with the Safeway Open. The Christmas break begins December 9th and goes until January 3rd.

If you followed my tips last week you got yourself a decent little cash in the LPGA. Here’s my betting slip showing that one:

We were very unlucky not to get a bigger cash there as she ended up leading heading into the back 9. Alas it couldn’t hold out and tied for 2nd was best she could do.

Let’s get on with this weeks tips:

Tour Championship 2018 Bets:

Justin Rose To Win: Rose is the favourite and for good reason. Everything I ran mathematically saw him up top or close to the top and he checks all the boxes. I’m backing Rose to win.

Bryson DeChambeau To Win/Top 5: How can you not bet this guy? Plus most people who perform well here perform well at TPC Boston and well we saw what he did in the Dell Tech.

Webb Simpson To Win/Top 5: Webb checks the two main boxes for me – in-form and coming to a course/tournament he always performs well at. I’m good to back Simpson again this week. Backed him a lot lately but he’s gotta deliver sometime.

Paul Casey To Win/Top 5: Concerned about his incoming form however he’s performed well here. I’ve got just a small bet on him.

Also in the 2018 Portugal Masters I’m taking Robert Rock, Andy Sullivan, Jorge Campillo and Ashun Wu.

All four of them are to win/top 5.

CFL Week 15 Betting Predictions:

Holy moley I can’t believe we’re almost at the post season. Some good games coming up.

This week I am on:

Alouettes +10.5: The return of Johnny Football who has to know the playbook better by now. Also with only a few games left he knows he has to bring it if he wants to put himself in the shop window or hell even retain the starting place. I liked their performance against the BC Lions I think they were unlucky.

Roughriders -3: Saskatchewan were disappointing last week but they have delivered a lot this year and Toronto just don’t look good at all.

Eskimos -2.5: Edmonton have shown they are the 2nd best side in the CFL and right up there with the Stampeders after beating them. Gotta go with the better team here even though I did like Ottawas performance in beating a tough Riders team.

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