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WGC - Mexico Championship

WGC – Mexico Championship

Yet again Sunday proved a frustrating day for us at Riviera, with three of our players, Matsuyama, Finau & Cantlay finishing either one or two shots out of the place money.

Hopefully we are saving our Sunday fortune up for the weeks ahead!

Our trader Homa also played nicely all week but with the way the draw panned out, coupled with…

Genesis Open

Genesis Open

It was a poor week for us at Pebble Beach unfortunately with none of our team other than Jason Day really threatening at any time.

What was particularly frustrating for me was that three of our team from Pebble Beach last year, who all made the frame for us last year, Mickelson, Streelman & Gay, produced the goods again this year.

Basically If…

AT&T Pebble Beach Pro Am

AT & T Pebble Beach Pro Am

It was unfortunately another disappointing Sunday for us as a week that had promised so much with three players in with win/place chances going in to Sunday, in the form of Kuchar, An & Laird, ended with only one of them, Kuchar, making the frame.

With Fowler struggling through the round any kind of solid performance from Kuch could well…

Waste Management Phoenix Open

Waste Management Phoenix Open

It was a disappointing week for us at Torrey Pines. We were never in the hunt at any point and the only sniff of a place even came from Bradley on Sunday when he made three birdies early on.

Unfortunately for us he then faltered fairly quickly and that was the end of our week.

Still, that’s the nature of golf betting, inevitably…

Farmers Insurance Open

Farmers Insurance Open

It was a frustrating week for us in the California Desert as for the second week running one of our outright picks came up just short, finishing in second place.

The man in question, Adam Hadwin, had the tournament by the scruff of its neck on the twelfth hole, however he stalled from there on in opening the door for both Phil Mickelson and…

The Desert Classic

The Desert Classic

It was nearly a fantastic week for us in Honolulu with Andrew Putnam in the hunt right down to the wire before coming up just short to Matt Kuchar.

Still, it was a profitable week with a nice e/w return so whilst it was disappointing not to get the win we can’t complain too much.

So after it’s two week stint in Hawaii the PGA Tour moves…

Sony Open

Sony Open

It was a slightly disappointing end to the week for us at Kapalua with Leishman labouring somewhat on Sunday compared to those around him on the leaderboard.

Not all was lost though as the Aussie still gave us a 2/3rds share of place money meaning we recouped the majority of our stake money for the week at least.

Moving on and 2019 on the PGA Tour…

Sentry Tournament Of Champions

Sentry Tournament of Champions

After it’s brief sabbatical the PGA tour returns to our screens with it’s traditional year opening curtain raiser in Hawaii. A field of 34 will tee it up with Justin Rose, Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson the three eligible notables who have decided not to make the trip.



The event has been played…

Six Players To Follow On The PGA Tour For 2019


As I did at the beginning of 2018 I have taken a look at 6 players on the PGA tour who I think will have a really positive year in 2019 and who I think it will pay to ‘keep on side’ at the right time.

These players are a mix of younger guys coming through and more established players, with the only link being that I think they will all have…

Hero World Challenge

Hero World Challenge

So we have one more event to take a look at before the Christmas break, The Hero World Challenge.

The Hero World Challenge was first played in 2000.

The event benefits the Tiger Woods Foundation.

In its first year the event was played at the Grayhawk Club in Scottsdale, Arizona. It was then held from 2001 through to 2013 at the…