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  1. GOLF BETS
    Honda Classic
    Daniel Berger 1 point ew 33/1 1/5 8 PP SB BFSB, 3 firms have 40/1 seems that he his well fancied from picking out his price has been cut so to be honest and fair will only claim 33/1 1/5 8
    Appears to be coming back to form after an exhibition of putting at Coco Beach last week, he also has good form here losing in a play off in 2015.
    Billy Horschel 1 point ew 40/1 1/5 8 PP BFSB 40/1 1/5 7 CO Sporting Bet
    With 10 consecutive cuts made in 2019 he his showing the same form which saw him finish 8th here in 2016 and 4th in 2017 and he plays this tough course well.
    No more bets
    Colin

    1. From memory Colin, I think that you have put up Billy H a few times before? Is that coincidence or is it something else? Also Matt Fitzpatrick seems to have made a slow start to 2019. Is it that he is spreading himself too thinly around the world?

      Last week my tips found a place at 33/1 with Paul Casey. He finished well which suits him better than having to lead. Haotong Li did not show. I am +10.5 points for 2019 to date. Back tomorrow with this weeks tips.

      1. Billy H will put up any player if they perform on the course and this week the Honda Classic is one for Billy tough course for which he excels not doubt will not make the cut.
        Matt Fitzpatrick, put up end of 2018 about young players burning themselves out and i fear for Matt, we all know what a major prospect he his and he has one quality in abundance mental strength, hopefully he may just be slow to hit his stride this year certainly hope so.
        Couple of young players winning everything Jordan Speith and Rory then their game went to pieces, Jordan struggling for approx 24 months, Rory appears to be showing green shoots this year but he must have struggled for 36 months, is it burnout pressure from sponsors to play to many tournaments each year when to young and appearance money etc ruling the young and up and coming players.
        Or could it be ladies on the scene!!! who knows.
        Colin.

  2. GOLF BETS
    Honda Classic
    Daniel Berger 1 point ew 33/1 1/5 8 PP SB BFSB, 3 firms have 40/1 seems that he his well fancied from picking out his price has been cut so to be honest and fair will only claim 33/1 1/5 8
    Appears to be coming back to form after an exhibition of putting at Coco Beach last week, he also has good form here losing in a play off in 2015.
    Billy Horschel 1 point ew 40/1 1/5 8 PP BFSB 40/1 1/5 7 CO Sporting Bet
    With 10 consecutive cuts made in 2019 he his showing the same form which saw him finish 8th here in 2016 and 4th in 2017 and he plays this tough course well.
    No more bets
    Colin

    1. From memory Colin, I think that you have put up Billy H a few times before? Is that coincidence or is it something else? Also Matt Fitzpatrick seems to have made a slow start to 2019. Is it that he is spreading himself too thinly around the world?

      Last week my tips found a place at 33/1 with Paul Casey. He finished well which suits him better than having to lead. Haotong Li did not show. I am +10.5 points for 2019 to date. Back tomorrow with this weeks tips.

      1. Billy H will put up any player if they perform on the course and this week the Honda Classic is one for Billy tough course for which he excels not doubt will not make the cut.
        Matt Fitzpatrick, put up end of 2018 about young players burning themselves out and i fear for Matt, we all know what a major prospect he his and he has one quality in abundance mental strength, hopefully he may just be slow to hit his stride this year certainly hope so.
        Couple of young players winning everything Jordan Speith and Rory then their game went to pieces, Jordan struggling for approx 24 months, Rory appears to be showing green shoots this year but he must have struggled for 36 months, is it burnout pressure from sponsors to play to many tournaments each year when to young and appearance money etc ruling the young and up and coming players.
        Or could it be ladies on the scene!!! who knows.
        Colin.

        1. I don’t have much time for the too many events argument for players at the top of the game. They can pick and choose their events, travel first-class/private jet, get complimentary everything each week that they play and have favoured tee-off times for the first two days. The real pressure is at the other end when players are scrapping for every pound to try to make it and relying on Sponsor invites or last minute withdrawals each week at which point they set off on a mad dash to try to make it for Thursday morning. It is a struggle for those boys in the EFl/nationwide league equivalent of the golfing pyramid.

          Cheers

          Ben

        2. but on that note of delivering on promise, you have to take your hat off to pre-crisis Tiger. Every time he played it was a complete circus, so much so that every time I was at an event with him they changed the way the event was run to accommodate him. He was put on such a pedestal and it is quite amazing how often and for how many years he delivered. I would never compare him to Nicklaus (legend and gentleman) because they played in completely different environments but I will never get over watching Woods. Just amazing.

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