Browsing Archive: October, 2015

Golf Picks 27/10. Sweet Oda

Posted by jim g on Tuesday, October 27, 2015,
A week which started slowly, simmered nicely in the middle before fizzling out somewhat on Sunday. The undoubted highlight at 50/1 was Lucas Bjerregaard's second, while if I failed to persuade any readers to back Thongchai Jaidee for a top 20 after 8 consecutive years of achieving that in the event, I'm doing it wrong. He duly made it 9/9.

EDITED: Having seen Skybet price the Challenger Tour final on Monday, I slavishly thought the event was this week, infact it starts next Wednesday, so have ...
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Golf preview 21/10. Taiwanese Taste

Posted by jim g on Monday, October 19, 2015,
Always wary of blowing my own trumpet, so bear with me for a moment :)

Selections across five events last week yielded three 2nds, a tied 3rd and a 6th. Some of them were 'second' selections, but they really stepped up to the plate. A win would have been the cherry on top, but it wasn't to be. However Chris Wood 20/1, Scott Dunlap 28/1 and Yani Tseng 45/1 all filled second spot and Vijay Singh was tied third (despite an opening round of 9 over par!). All put up each way so yielding a very prof...
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Bank on Ha Na. Golf picks 14/10

Posted by jim g on Tuesday, October 13, 2015,
Another steady week last week with Shanshan Feng finishing second, to bring home e/w and top ten money. Less good was Kirk Triplett's horror second round 76, before bouncing back to miss a share of top ten by one shot.

Loads of events to get stuck into this week, and quite a few decent bets. probably least attractive from a punting point of view is the Portugal masters. Chris Wood is the hot player right now, -25 for his last eight competitive rounds, and must come into calculations around 20/...
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Golf picks 7/10

Posted by jim g on Wednesday, October 7, 2015,
After Katayama's play off defeat and Jean Hugo's sixth place last week, on top of Kaymer's play off loss the week before, you could say the blog's jinx is alive and well!! However Kim's four birdies in five holes to force the play off weren't really Katayama's fault and he did ensure a profitable week for the blog.

This week there are some abysmal prices doing the rounds. Kenny Perry's outstanding course form hasn't been missed and the 11/1 is a terrible price, though his win chance is undenia...
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