“Golf Betting. When experience is a hindrance…” by Craig29-147s

This last week has been a serious rollercoaster on the Golf,  as first-round leader bets in the Scottish Open got us off to a good start with Lee Westwood placing at 66/1 and Julien Guerrier placing in SkyBet’s specialty Top-10 market at 16/1.

Fair to say though that I was probably more confident on the US PGA tour given that the John Deere Classic rich history and previous course form being so important normally, how wrong I could be as all our outright bets flop and the place model throwing up two short-priced winners at 11/4 and 4/1.

Back to the Scottish Open and after the second round of 62, Connor Syme got members hopes up as we had him 500/1 ew and Top-20, however, a poor third round proved costly and he finished a respectable 30th.

After this third round through the leaderboard bunched up at the top with no one taking it by the scruff of the neck, perfect for us to hopefully identify some value with one round to go.

Our selection for small stakes was Brandon Stone at 100/1 (160 on exchanges) who has been largely out of form all season, why you may ask did I go for him well regular readers of my blog will know I am big into learnt behaviour and having been a professional sportsman I understand how mind works more than most. Brandon Stone had already won 3 times in his short career on the European Tour proving when in contention he knows how to get job done and is not frightened of winning but more importantly has no negative memories in contention like most of the principals, come Sunday despite all the missed cuts when it comes to winning he is at a massive advantage to 90% of higher ranked players.

I am sure at some point in his career winning will become harder for him especially after a few reverses in contention but until that point when in contention he is worthy of support.

This week’s figures…

Outright Model:
6.6 units staked
+23.8 unit return
+17.2 units PROFIT

Place Model:
11 units staked
+15.1 unit return
+4.1 units PROFIT

As always the place model runs at lower ROI but balances the long-term high variance of the outright model, allowing members chance to build their bankroll.

So onto golf biggest week of the year the British Open at Carnoustie which is hard at best of times but is now sunbaked from our halcyon summer, I’m pretty sure experience and patience will be vital this week more than most as you will see with my selections.

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Then a week after, we have the opening event of the Snooker Season the Riga Masters which I have identified half a dozen first-round matches that I would like to be involved in depending how the bookies price them!

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