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January 6, 2019 at 17:41 #1391602
Thanks bigG i love it if Xander win tonight that top it up nicelyJanuary 7, 2019 at 10:04 #1391658
BigG see the golf mate i had Ambulance on standby last night just in case i hope all my golfers this year not need to shoot 11 under in final rounds to win very happy with start made to tennis and golf i hope raymo back this week to.January 7, 2019 at 12:58 #1391672
Wow !!! what a way to win a tournament
Well done Darren, that’s a dream start for you this year.
I don’t know how you’re gonna top that, but have a go anyway
mateJanuary 7, 2019 at 13:37 #1391683
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DA MAN DARREN STRIKES AGAIN
Well done with Xander and the Tennis Dazzler
Glad to see you start the year with a bang!!
I know it probably isn’t relevant but Woodland does have a habit of finding ways to get beat but to be fair this time it was a super round from someone else rather than him blowing it !!January 7, 2019 at 16:46 #1391715
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Daz said he’ll be late on here
as still waiting to be paid out
he isDon't Eat The Pie and Don't Buy The S*nJanuary 7, 2019 at 17:33 #1391726
Nath am ok now though had to wait a hour as bookies not enough cash for me had to wait until boss arrive for it for golf and tennis winnings.
Thank you guys raymo and BigG Sony open bets up soonJanuary 7, 2019 at 17:41 #1391727
JUSTIN THOMAS 7/1 Sony open
He has won this event before in 2017 where he open with course record 59 no one able to get near him.At Sentry last week he start well and finish well rounds in middle reason not get closer there but man to beat here.
CAMERON CHAMP 25/1
While course not a natural fit for him likes long courses where show off his power as Thomas proved big hitters can go well.And every chance of being biggest danger to JT
SUNJAE IM 80/1
Lacks the power of the 2 above him in betting plans for me but feel a track like this will suit him very much tracks like a John dere and Colinal and here as well.
OLLIE SCHNIEDERJANS 150/1
Had high hopes for him and thought by now break his maiden tag but still has not.During the 3rd round in this event last year went to the top of leaderboard before he faded.So he likes this course could be a place where win 1st title
MICHAEL KIM 250/1
Do think he is overpriced here he romp home in john dere last year so this course will suit him played tidy golf here before and can be forgiven last week on course not suit where also made debut there to back expect better by him.
BigG and Raymo any views guys
And next week European tour events start again with Abu dhabi championship where DJ and Koepka be playing in.January 9, 2019 at 11:32 #1391894
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Hi chaps . Am back for the golf and hopefully we can all win loads again !!!
I have backed four in the Sony Open but am not back home till tomorrow so excuse the typing and the like
S Piercy at 66/1
B Harman at 66/1
I Poulter at 66/1
A Scheme at 150/1
All each way as normal and hopefully one can pop up !
Good LuckJanuary 9, 2019 at 18:18 #1391949
Cameron Smith 28/1 (40/1 1st round leader market)
A firm favourite of mine, and he comes here in cracking form having won the
Ozzie PGA last time out. Knows the course well and had a decent run round here
last year finishing T18. In the form he’s in at the moment, and with another
year’s experience under his belt, I think he can make his mark. I think this
could be a big year for Smith.
Patton Kizzire 35/1 (50/1 1st round leader market)
I put Kizzire up last week and I think I was a tad unlucky not to get something
back from him in both the 1st round market, where he bogied his last hole and
without that bogie he would have been in the place money, and the outright where
he finished just outside the places at T8, when he was a whopping 150/1. The bookies
have wised up this week and he’s only 35/1, but still worth a go at those odds. He
has been starting his tournaments well, so I think the 50/1 in that market is well
Sungjae Im 90/1 (80/1 1st round leader market)
A young player who impressed on the Web.com tour before his step up to the PGA Tour.
He’s missed a couple of cuts since his move up, but in general he’s done well enough.
He’s not quite managed to better his 1st appearance on the tour, T4 in the Safeway, but
looked well enough last time out in the RSM Classic with 4 rounds in the 60s for T37. He’ll
need to step it up, but after a break I hope he comes out all guns blazing.
Darren, I might kick myself if Champ hits his A Game, good luck with him, but he had a really
sloppy 3rd round in the Sentry last week, and having backed him, I decided to leave him out
this week….probably guarantees you a win
Nice to see you back this week Raymo, I hope you get off to a flyerJanuary 9, 2019 at 19:03 #1391955
Good luck Raymo good to see you back to
BigG I think Champ do well here
And you worry about De Chambeau in terms of putting only worry I got for him if he got a 6 foot par putt on 72nd hold in masters mate I be hiding behind the sofa sure you be to while Raymo has the Ambulance on standby for us.January 10, 2019 at 12:35 #1392012
Last bet in sony open
SUNJAE IM 6/1 Top asian
And for me Matsuyama not been great since back doubt course suit him only asian player to fear is Si woo kim
and should be too good for themJanuary 10, 2019 at 16:34 #1392029
bets up for australian open in this forum i start new thread as draw out nowJanuary 13, 2019 at 15:35 #1392391
Only chance of outright winner this week if one of our bets do a Xander from last week but you never know.
Sunjae im in lead on final day in terms of top asian so hope can win that bet
Had early look at Abu dhabi championship bets for that event up tomorrowJanuary 13, 2019 at 16:06 #1392397
Yes it’s not looking good for us in the Sony Open Darren, however there is a ray of hope that
Sungjae Im could realistically get into the place money for us both. He’s not far off that at
the moment, T14 but one shot off T5, and at 90/1 he would be a worthwhile place. Even if he
doesn’t, I reckon you are odds on Darren to have him as top Asian. Fingers crossedJanuary 14, 2019 at 00:26 #1392448
Sungjae Im and Kizzie still on the outskirts of possible place money, but with Kucher
throwing a lifeline to the rest of the tournament by dropping 2 shots after 7 holes, I’ve
taken a chance that Mark Leishman, who was 4 back at 13 under when I backed him at 20/1
with Bet365. He’s just picked up a birdie to get to 14 under, and 3 off the pace, and is
best priced 16s with WH. If he does somehow manage to take this, that’s a big if, I’ll
post the slip as he’s shorter than I took.
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