RSM Classic – betting tips 50

JT Poston had a tricky rookie season on the PGA Tour, missing out on a card after finishing 132nd on the FedEx Cup but high enough to earn status for these weaker Fall events.  The 24-year-old is making the most of his opportunities. He finished T4 at the Shriners Open and followed it up with another good performance in the OHL Classic. Still searching for his first professional win, this is a player who makes the most of his starts. Two season ago he began the year with no status whatsoever and fought his way through the Web.com Tour, so don’t be surprised if he somehow fashions another opening in […]

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Nedbank Challenge – betting tips 43

The Rolex Series continues in South Africa this week with the Gary Player course hosting the European Tour in Sun City. Last year conditions were tough and it took one of the rounds of the year from Alex Noren to take the spoils.  One player who find life particularly tough was Martin Kaymer who opened with an 81. To his credit he kept battling and played the final three days in 2-under; that would have been good enough for a top-10 finish. The truth is the German has badly gone off the boil and is now ranked 77th in the word. It’s happened before and i’m sure he will find […]


OHL Classic – betting tips 21

With thick mangrove waiting to gobble up wayward tee-shots, finding fairways is paramount this week in Mexico. If you keep the ball on the grass then El Camaleon golf course is get-able. Pat Perez won on 21-under last year  and 34 players made it into double digits under par. Measuring under 7,000 yards this isn’t a big hitters golf course and with wind coming off the sea, it is crucial that players have total control of their golf ball. On paper this is the perfect test for Chez Reavie. Not the longest (149th in driving distance) he strength is accuracy off tee, where he ranking 4th in driving accuracy last season.  Put a […]


Turkish Open – betting tips 28

The Turkish Airlines Open returns to Carya Golf Resort and there is a strong field battling for a big pot. Last year’s scoring was good with twelve players getting into double-digits under par but no-one really threatening Thorbjorn Olesen.  Making birdies will be key but that can’t happen without hitting greens. That has been the strength of Benjamin Hebert this season and has fed his consistent results. Last year he finished a lowly T68 at this event but played well tee-to-green finding 61.5% of fairways and 81.9% of GIRs, enough to seem him ranked 11th. The Frenchman didn’t make enough putts and that is the worry with his game but […]