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Nothing much from me today. Adam Norman’s latest notebook article will be posted later this morning.

Josh

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Do join in the conversation below, we're a friendly bunch.. all questions welcome, and do share your selections or thoughts

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  1. GOLF BETS
    US MASTERS
    Bubba Watson 1 point ew 33/1 1/5 10 SB, 35/1 1/5 7 Unibet,888, 33/1 1/5 7 BO, LA
    Well Bubba is totally hot and cold at Augusta, having won twice and 5th last year, and that is his sum total from 9 attempts.
    Francesco Molinari 1 point ew 25/1 1/5 7 Sporting Bet, 22/1 1/5 8 365, 22/1 1/5 7 BO, 888, Unibet
    He arrives in fine form, backed him a couple of times last year when he won, and the course at Augusta suits his style
    Matthew Fitzpatrick 1/2 point ew 110/1 1/5 7 LA, 110/1 1/5 6 WH, 100/1 1/5 8 365, 100/1 1/5 7 BO, 888, Unibet.
    Mad, biased maybe but at 110/1 feel the bookmakers have underestimated this young man, he learned a valuable lesson the other week when finishing 2nd on the PGA tour, and he said that he played too negative on the final round, my view should have won.
    The course at Augusta will suit and he may spring a surprise, certainly hope so.
    No more bets.
    Colin

    1. Bubba, Bubba, Bubba! I have been backing him with shrapnel for the past six months and now stand to win £12,000. I may lay off if he goes well?
      I will have another selection up on Wednesday.

      1. Good starters tend to stay near the top in the masters so you might kick yourself. Although age stats are against him so laying some would be prudent. An afternoon tee time would be useful.

    2. Matt is available to back at 210 on Betfair Exchange Colin, so I’ve invested some small change. Also (and this is not a tip!) a couple of quid at 390 on our local hero Eddie Pepperell who gave such a good account of himself at the US open last year. The nerves don’t seem to get to him and the whole of Oxfordshire will be cheering him on.

  2. GOLF BETS
    US MASTERS
    Bubba Watson 1 point ew 33/1 1/5 10 SB, 35/1 1/5 7 Unibet,888, 33/1 1/5 7 BO, LA
    Well Bubba is totally hot and cold at Augusta, having won twice and 5th last year, and that is his sum total from 9 attempts.
    Francesco Molinari 1 point ew 25/1 1/5 7 Sporting Bet, 22/1 1/5 8 365, 22/1 1/5 7 BO, 888, Unibet
    He arrives in fine form, backed him a couple of times last year when he won, and the course at Augusta suits his style
    Matthew Fitzpatrick 1/2 point ew 110/1 1/5 7 LA, 110/1 1/5 6 WH, 100/1 1/5 8 365, 100/1 1/5 7 BO, 888, Unibet.
    Mad, biased maybe but at 110/1 feel the bookmakers have underestimated this young man, he learned a valuable lesson the other week when finishing 2nd on the PGA tour, and he said that he played too negative on the final round, my view should have won.
    The course at Augusta will suit and he may spring a surprise, certainly hope so.
    No more bets.
    Colin

    1. Bubba, Bubba, Bubba! I have been backing him with shrapnel for the past six months and now stand to win £12,000. I may lay off if he goes well?
      I will have another selection up on Wednesday.

      1. Good starters tend to stay near the top in the masters so you might kick yourself. Although age stats are against him so laying some would be prudent. An afternoon tee time would be useful.

    2. Matt is available to back at 210 on Betfair Exchange Colin, so I’ve invested some small change. Also (and this is not a tip!) a couple of quid at 390 on our local hero Eddie Pepperell who gave such a good account of himself at the US open last year. The nerves don’t seem to get to him and the whole of Oxfordshire will be cheering him on.

      1. Hi Johnny
        Not a fan of Betfair Exchange for golf the win part good place to me always seem poor.
        At 18.55 Matt Fitzpatrick
        5 places £175 in pot 24.0 take off approx 1 1/2 = approx place 22 1/2
        8 places £247 in pot 12.5 = 11.0
        EW 10 places £171 in pot 85.0 = 83 1/2 approx

        Have taken 100/1 1/5 7 with Boylesports managed to get £2.50 ew on with them, will have to start going into town on tuesday in future to put bets on.
        Wish Eddie all the best and hope he goes well for you.
        Colin.

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