Open Championship. Why and how we took early value…

Hey there,

I will try to write a blog-post a week for the coming weeks as I feel that showing my knowledge will help gain some trust. I understand, as stated in past blog posts, that it is hard
to gain confidence and trust as a golf-tipster, as there are so many around… So many pretending they are the best, and also so many that are just scammers. Reading some of the reasoning you might be able to connect to me, as a tipster and as a former professional sportsman. After reading couple of posts you might know if we are somehow alike and if my way of doing things is compatible to you. I guess, in the end, good results makes people compatible more than anything else.

Here at TipstersClub.Com, we had already 3 early ante-post bets added for this week’s great championship, as we advised members to take the 300/1 Stewart Cink. This week he has been tipped up all over the place and is now 200/1, some tipsters have actually been slapping themselves on back for putting him up early in week thus getting 300s, our members were on back in June, after his best three weeks on PGA tour last month in quite a few years it was a no-brainer to put this previous winner up given his previous 6th here in 2007 and the fact that his last two years have been tough personally but these issues are now behind him.

Given the fact that normally Carnoustie is the hardest test our Open Championship offers on the rota we are hoping for the same thus not allowing the bombers to dominate, our other main ante-post pick was Sergio Garcia who really should have won in 2007, he too has come into form in last few weeks having had the distraction of being a new Daddy a few months ago, this makes it easy to forgive some average results earlier in season and there is every reason to expect last year’s Masters winner to add another major and his favourite one to the new-found tranquillity in his life .

Such is the each-way terms, it’s easier to add a few more big price picks this week (eleven in fact across 4 different markets) and one I want to talk about is Patton Kizzire who has already landed a couple of wins early in PGA Tour season, last few months he’s gone quiet but that’s not unusual in a career of peaks and troughs, however, one thing is constant and that is when in contention he is a proven winner. Last week at the John Deere Classic he found a little form and that allied to a respectable first Open Championship last year 500/1 is a liberty that I hope costs the bookmakers.

On the place model we have some experienced proven Open performers with some young unexposed inform talent from around the Globe and some with high-level amateur links form who are early in their European tour careers, with 5 firms pricing the top 40 market we were able to add a few to go with our normal top 20 selections. We have 19 selections on our place model at an average price of 13/1, this is bigger than our normal average but we have reduced stakes slightly to compensate.

As always we rarely have selections at top of any market so let’s hope Carnoustie shows it’s teeth this week thus increasing our chances significantly of another profitable week at TipstersClub.Com.

As a reminder here are the lat 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

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