How I use Geegeez Gold (video)

How I use Geegeez Gold, including link to free daily TTS qualifiers report…
How I use Geegeez Gold
You will be seeing a lot in the next few days about Matt’s special winter season ticket offer for Geegeez Gold. 
If you’ve ever wanted to take your betting to the next level, or enjoy your racing even more, this is an opportunity not to be missed. It goes live tomorrow. 
Many of you will relish this opportunity. 
Whether you have an interest in trying it out or not, I have recorded a video whereby I whizz through how I use Geegeez Gold. 
In it I look at 5 key ‘starting point’ areas that add so much more to my experience of racing and my ability to win. 
These include the ‘instant expert’ tool, Trainers In Form, The Report Icons, PACE (front runners) and Hot Form
I have tried to ensure it’s useful to all of you, whether you try Gold or not. Hopefully there’s something in it that you can take away and apply to your own betting, whatever racing tools you use. 
If you want to improve your betting on the horses, or are just intrigued about how others think about the game, then do give it a watch below. 
Do let me know what you think. Below the video is the link to the free qualifiers report for Trainer Track Stats 2018/19






Trainer Track Stats 2018/19 FREE REPORT HERE>>>


FREE Qualifiers Report, for the qualifiers from the report above, HERE>>> 

(do bookmark this, and use it everyday. Mad that Matt’s giving that away for free all season. But then again, he’s always set the bar for freebies/value)



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    No more bets.

    Great news to hear that Luke Donald should make the line up after 5 months of injury,hope that he does well in the Alfred Dunhill.

  2. Colin/Martin
    Only on one player Martin Kaymer has won at the Dunhill coming from a Ryder Cup. Only a European golfer has won since 2001.


    1. Yes, I did say yesterday swerve any Ryder Cup players. I am still trying to get my head around this weeks course traits. Tips later.

    2. If you go back to 1991 you will find perhaps the greatest story of mental toughness in Golf, or almost any other sport for that matter. The infamous “war on the shore” at Kiawah Island saw Bernard Langer miss a 5-6 foot putt that cost Europe the Cup.

      This is the guy who had already defied logic by overcoming “the yips” an involuntary twitch in the putting stroke (not once but twice); yet in his first Tournament after Kiawah, he won beating Rodger Davies in a play off. The only other recent player to win a week following The Ryder Cup is fellow German Martin Kaymer – there must be something in the bratwurst that builds such resilience.

  3. 2 at Bangor
    4.30 – Tamarillo Grove @ 9 been runnign well over summer and no reason it shouldn’t continue
    5.05 – Code of Law @ 10 has not been far away and drop in class and weights should make more competitive

  4. Golf Bets

    Alfred Dunhill in Scotland. They play 3 courses in rotation and then St Andrews again in the final round. This is a big pro am and so the rounds take ages to play. Kingsbairn and St Andrews are easy enough and Carnoustie is hard. I am going for past tournament form and:

    Martin Kaymer 1 point each way at 60/1 and Ross Fisher 1 point each way at 40/1.

    I do not like much in the Safeway in the U.S. and so will have 1/2 point each way on the up and coming Cameron Champ at 100/1.

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