January 11, 2021 at 00:41 #1517183
I can’t believe that Niemann missed that 5 footer on the last. He would have
been 2 up after English bogied on 17. It’s pretty sure that English, who’s birdied
the 18th 2 times out of 3 will get one tonight and it will be tied, or worse he
gets an albatross and I’m screwed. I’d forgotten that behind the couch feeling,
but it’s right back with meJanuary 11, 2021 at 01:22 #1517186
Play off, it could go anywayJanuary 11, 2021 at 01:40 #1517187
OuchJanuary 11, 2021 at 13:14 #1517214
Feel for you mate always bad be get done in a playoff also if look at start of thread I put up HARRIS_ENGLISH for masters at 100/1 and 66/1 in PGATOUR Money list both much shorter now but gutted not on him last week.January 11, 2021 at 13:25 #1517216
Bets for Sony open
COLLIN MORIKAWA 16/1 Enhanced price
Played in Hawallimost his life and love to win here had chance last week but unable to win it
Was 21st on debut here last year but was 1st round leader and can improve again this year.
KEVIN KISNER 33/1
Has stacks of form here close to a 59 one year to been 3rd and 4th play ok last week but that take rust of him expect a bold show
LANTO GRIFFIN 45/1
Was 7th last year on debut this short course is ideal layout for him was 13th in sentry and feel do better this week
SI WOO KIM 80/1
Was 4th here before this course has links to Harbour town where lost a playoff while 1st event this year i feel go well.
CAMERON DAVIS 150/1
7th here last year and this talented aussie a maiden on PGATOUR but won in a Australian PGA so can win events feel do well
Guys good luck this week hope see Raymo toJanuary 11, 2021 at 20:52 #1517278
Great shout with English for The Masters Jac, he’s playing great
stuff. 100/1 looks huge now that he’s best priced 45/1
I’ll stick up my Sony Open bets shortly.January 12, 2021 at 11:21 #1517301raymo61Participant
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Hi Guys Happy New year and all that
Was a tough end to the year for us here! Mother In Law had a fall as you probably knew then in hospital she caught COVID 19 and that was another worry but good news she is home now and slowly but slowly improving. Anyway enough of the health report!!
Bad luck last week Graham getting beat in a play off is never good Grrrrrr!!
I have backed five in the Sony Open to start my golf betting year
SUNGJAE IM 16/1
A ANCER 25/1
L GRIFFIN 40/1
B TODD 45/1
H SWAFFORD 150/1
Best Of Luck Guys and hopefully we can all kick on from last yearJanuary 12, 2021 at 15:20 #1517323
Great to see you back Raymo and great news mum in law getting better to good luck mateJanuary 13, 2021 at 00:18 #1517362
1st Tennis bet in final this year Hurcacz in
Delray Beach finalJanuary 13, 2021 at 03:19 #1517372
Ante post bets for USPGA Championship
WEBB SIMPSON 33/1
A major winner already he is i feel love this course at Kiwaih Island where got a layout similar to saw grass and Harbour town 2 courses already won at
VICTOR HOVLAND 55/1
This young talent from Norway is fine talent and he someone I expect keep in form this year think Morikawa won this major no reason why yhis talent not make a impact here.
BRANDEN GRACE 175/1
Has ideal game being a former winner at Harbour town it not be forgotten has form in majors a wild drive cost him a win at Chambers Bay in US open so while quiet now he sparkle into form soon.January 13, 2021 at 17:22 #1517463
Good to see you back with us this week Raymo, and I hope your
mum in law is doing okay
Joaquin Niemann 25/1 (40/1 1st round leader market)
I was going to leave Joaquin out this week, I thought it might take
him a week or 2 to get over just missing out last week at Kapalua
where he should have won it in regulation. That 5 footer missed on
the 18th will give him a few restless nights. Having said that, I’d
kick myself if he manages to put it behind him and plays the same golf
that saw him finish with a superb 64 (should have been 63). If he’s in
the mood he would have every chance here.
Lanto Griffin 40/1 (55/1 1st round leader market)
He looked like he was hitting good form at the tail end of last year with
T7 in the CJ Cup and T11 in the Zozo Championship but then tailed off a
bit with T58 in the Houston Open and missing the cut at the Masters. He
looked back in the groove with T2 at the QBE Shootout and last week’s T13
at the Sentry. He likes it here, finishing T7 last year and if he could
replicate his closing round 64 in the 1st round I reckon that would probably
be enough for 1st round leader.
Sebastian Munoz 50/1 (60/1 1st round leader market)
I’m sticking with Seb this week, he did well to finish T17 at the Sentry
considering he had a pish poor 1st round 75. Rounds of 66, 67 and 68
followed, and the worst of those 3 in the 1st round would have had him
T5. I think he’s in good shape and will fancy his chances this week.
Harry Higgs 200/1 (150/1 1st round leader market)
I’m taking a bit of a punt on Harry, I like the guy and his swash buckling
style. A bit like John Daly although not quite as talanted. He does hit some
decent rounds though as in his runner up in the Safeway Open last September.
He’s not played since early December, after missing the cut at the Mayakoba.
With his build I’d say he likes his beer, so I hope he’s been putting in a bit
of practice at the golf and not just celebrating the New Year. His 1st round
will tell what way he’s going.
That’s it chaps, I hit the crossbar last week although the E/W covered my
bets okay. Best of luck this weekJanuary 13, 2021 at 21:28 #1517484
1st winner of new season in Tennis with
Hurcacz at 17/4 winner at Delray Beach not drop a set as wellJanuary 14, 2021 at 02:40 #1517511
Great stuff Darren, that’s the way to start the new season. Both
your horses and tennis have made a great start to the year, very
well done mateJanuary 16, 2021 at 12:09 #1517810
Guys how you think it go at halfway stage Griffin going ok while BigG got Neimann and Morikawa for meJanuary 16, 2021 at 14:34 #1517857
With 2 rounds to go it’s as wide open as you could ask for. Niemann had
an average round but I’m happy enough with where he is and Morikawa looks
in terrific form with a nice 65. They both have great chances but Lanto
Griffin isn’t too far back at 7 under and he would be a great winner for
the thread as we are all on him. I don’t see Nick Taylor keeping his lead,
I’m more concerned to see Webb Simpson up there at 10 under. Moving day
today, hopefully we can all be in there with a shout tomorrow
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