Hong Kong Open – betting tips 21

The Hong Kong Open is the last viable golf tournament of the year from a betting point of view so it’s worth rolling the dice one last time. The tournament is later than usual but is it the final event of the Asian Tour season, whilst also retaining European Tour status. Patrick Reed has shown his continued willingness to travel and is rightly favourite after finishing T3 last year. Fanling hosts the event again and although it hasn’t been a good venue for Miguel Tabuena (3 missed cuts) his price doesn’t reflect his talents. The 22-year-old introduced himself to a European audience with his T2 finish at the Maybank Championship […]


Alfred Dunhill Championship – betting tips 26

For most hardened golf bettors the Christmas period is a time to relax. Golfers are off on their holidays and those that aren’t, pick up big cheques for invitational appearances. Small field or weak tournaments are probably best avoided right now but if you are to have a bet the Alfred Dunhill Championship isn’t a terrible option. Leopard Creek CC hosts for the 13th consecutive year, unfortunately the tournament has been dominated by those at the head of the market. Charl Schwartzel has won three of the last four renewals the other going to Branden Grace. Those two take a huge chuck of the betting again. Backing South Africans seems the […]

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World Cup Of Golf – betting tips 36

With the European Tour over for the season and the PGA Tour on a hiatus, golf bettors are left with slim pickings for the next couple of months. At this time of year, it’s best to keep stakes to a minimum but I can’t resist a speculative wager on the Philippines. The World Cup Of Golf is a unique team event comprising 72 holes of stroke play golf, split between two rounds of four-balls and two rounds of foursomes (alternate shot). Because of the paucity of team events in golf, it is hard to predict what will happen and therefore you don’t want to be taking a short price. Miguel […]


RSM Classic – betting tips 17

The PGA Tour visits Saint Simons Island for the RSM Classic but for many this is a home game.  The South-East coast of Georgia is home to numerous PGA Tour professionals who use the Sea Island Golf Performance Centre to hone their skills. Zach Johnson and Matt Kuchar are amongst the home favourites teeing it up this week but Trey Mullinax won’t be without support either. The 24-year-old is a Sea Island resident and is coached by Todd Anderson, who counts Billy Horschel and Michael Thompson amongst his students. Apart from the numerous practice rounds on the Seaside and Plantation courses, Mullinax also has competitive experiences with a T25 in […]

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