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  • AW BETS

    6.45 Wolverhampton Dance Me

    colin leafe 10/04/18 8:52 AM Reply


    • Dance Me a N/R
      So no bet today

      colin leafe 10/04/18 9:21 AM Reply


  • GOLF BETS RBC Heritage
    Kevin Kisner 1 point ew 40/1 1/5 7 CO
    Has played Harbour Town well in the past and he lost in a playoff in 2015 and at 40/1 is a value bet

    Webb Simpson 1 point ew 33/1 1/5 7 CO BO
    Webb is another with proven form here and he also lost out in a playoff here in 2013 and he has adapted well to the short putter.

    Top Rated Player
    Brian Harman 1 point ew 33/1 CO 1/5 7

    colin leafe 10/04/18 8:59 AM Reply


    • I do like Kisner at 30/1 as he will be suited by this course. At the sam price I also like Adam Hadwin, who is in a good vein of form. Dustin Johnson is obliged to play here, but I cannot see him being up for this tournament.

      In Spain, I like Jorge Campillo at 40/1. He is in his best form ever at presnet and with the two week break on the European Tour, some players will be either a bit cold or tired from being in America.

      martin colwell 10/04/18 11:21 AM Reply


    • DEpending on criteria lfet out, I have Simpson top rated (mostly) and alternating with Casey. Luke Donald has very strong historic tournament form but not a tip, and probably the same for Kevin Na.

      I think McGirt is a decent E/W advice for this tournament

      kevil9 10/04/18 1:04 PM Reply


  • hi josh, thanks for free aintree report. regarding A KING runners, when say not won LTO 4 have won from 12, do they still need to have won 1 of last 3 or is that just general?

    malcolm pendrey 10/04/18 11:19 AM Reply


    • Hi Malcolm, yep realised that could have been clearer, that 4/12 is a subset of the first set of rules, so yep, they had to have won one of last 3, but did not win on last start… so in effect they did not win LTO, but won one or both or their second or third last start.
      Josh

      Josh 10/04/18 11:29 AM Reply


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