Made In Denmark – betting tips 14

On the European Tour we have the third edition of the Made In Denmark event and as the name suggests we are visiting Scandinavia, specifically the Himmerland Golf & Spa Resort. In its brief history we have seen David Horsey and Marc Warren triumph but there are no obvious trends tying the winners (or top-3) together. Accuracy seems to be favoured over distance but beyond that we are flying blind. One player who knows the course better than most is Terry Pilkadaris, runner-up last year after playing in the final group on Sunday. His was mainly a match-play battle with David Horsey and although both faltered on Sunday their lead was […]

Terry Pilkadaris

The Barclays – betting tips 30

The Playoffs begin with The Barclays, the top-125 in the FedEx Cup standings are assured of their tour cards for next season and are now shooting for money. The riches on offer are huge but they are going to earn it the hard way, with Bethpage Black hosting for the first time since 2012. The New York course is one of the toughest around and has hosted two US Opens since the turn of the century. The par-71 course is unlikely to be set-up like a major but getting to double digits under-par should ensure a high finish. Nick Watney won the last renewal of the Barclays held at Bethpage […]


Czech Masters – betting tips 8

The fact Andy Sullivan is 10/1 favourite for the Czech Masters tells you all you need to know. Following on the heels of majors and the Olympics the world’s best have earned themselves a week off and not many are in the Czech Republic. The question is who can capitalise on the moderate field at the Albatross Golf Resort? The par-72 course was taken apart by Thomas Pieters last year winning on 20-under but there’s enough of a test to ensure the best come to the fore. These are the type of events ripe for a precious young talent to make his mark and Paul Dunne sits firmly in that category. […]

paul dunne

Wyndham Championship – betting tips 27

Last season Sedgefield Country Club was the easiest par-70 on tour and again it plays host to the Wyndham Championship, a duty it has carried with distinction since 2008. Davis Love III was a surprise winner twelve months ago but his leftfield victory was fueled by ranking third in strokes gained putting. A hot putter could make the difference again because making birdies is a must at Sedgefield. If the name of the game is sinking birdie putts than Andrew Loupe must feature high in our thinking. The 27-year-old has three strings to his bow, driving distance (ranked 5th), putting (ranked 30th) and making birdies (ranked 10th) for everything else […]

Andrew Loupe