Last week you may recall I felt confident going into the Abu Dhabi event, well that confidence was far from misplaced as we bagged the winner Jamie Donaldson at 66/1 from just three selections on the outrights. If that wasn’t enough my members smashed into a 72 hole matchbet of Tiger Woods to beat Rory Mcilroy which he did comfortably despite incurring a two shot penalty.
I hope those of you who read my column last week were warned off backing Rory who came in for heavy support and was tipped up in many places as he cut a sad figure smashing the ball as hard as he could constantly mile off line with his new Nike Clubs. He won’t of pleased his new sponsor by ditching their putter in round two but it was to no avail. We got paid on the matchbet on Friday night as much to the sponsors annoyance both he and Tiger missed the cut. Remember last week I told you unlike Rory, Woods had been locked away in a training camp and this would be as good as he could get well he cut a sad figure again like Rory smashing the ball to all corners except where it should go. He looks in terminal decline whereas Rory showed little respect for fans and sponsors alike turning up undercooked. He then quipped to the press as long as he was ready for the Masters he wasn’t bothered. I’m sure the sponsors of last weeks event were thrilled to hear that one!
Unlike other Golf services my unique ratings take into account where a player is likely to be in form and ready allowing me to steer my members away from situations like last week and on to players who are ready to produce their top form. We have now clocked up over 1100 points of clear profit in two years at available prices to small stakes. There really is no betting service to rival us in terms of ease of use and profitability. We bet six days a week combining outright bets with matchbets and individual round selections. On Sunday night we nearly scooped the pool with Charles Howell 111 who we gave as a final round selection at 11/1. Howell is very capable when in contention and I was keen to take on the runaway leader Scott Stallings as my ratings suggested he was a bottler despite him playing superbly for the first three days. Well I was right Stallings stalled alright but agonisingly Howell 111 got beat in a playoff by Brian Gay. Never mind we will get them next time.
This week we stay in the Middle East at the Quatar Open and in America we head to Torrey Pines for the Farmers Insurance where the Tiger starts as favourite! Obviously the bookmakers think he will improve in five days off, he won’t!
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