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Well it was another great week for the service as we made it an amazing fourth week of profit in a row.
Let’s try and make it a fantastic fifth week of winners:
Dell Technologies Championship
2.5pt e/w @ 23.00 888Sport, Unibet, SpreadEx (6 places) - Lost
2pt e/w @ 26.00 BetBright, BetVictor, SpreadEx (6 places) - Lost
1.5pt e/w @ 36.00 SkyBet, Betfred (7 places) - Won +63
1pt e/w @ 67.00 BetBright, 888Sport, Unibet, Betway, BetVictor (6 places) - Lost
1pt e/w @ 91.00 888Sport, Unibet (6 places) - Lost
1pt e/w @ 101.00 SkyBet, Betfred, BetStars (7 places) - Placed +19
1pt e/w @ 111.00 Betfred (7 places) - Lost
Or 111.00 Bet365 (5 places)
- This Week’s Tips -
Made In Denmark (European Tour)
NAP – THOMAS PIETERS 12/1 (BetFred, UniBet or 888Sport) 2pts WIN ONLY - Lost
A third top 10 in four starts last week at the Czech Masters will give Pieters confidence heading in to the final event before Ryder Cup wildcards are chosen. Missed the cut last year but won the Made in Denmark title in 2016 - though at a very different golf course, this venue does appear to suit the longer hitter, with a drivable par 4, and all the par 5s reachable.
NB – MATT WALLACE 33/1 (WilliamHill, PaddyPower or BetFair Sportsbook, 1/5 odds for the top 6 places) 1pt EACH WAY - Won +41.6
Wallace is another player that could give Captain Thomas Bjorn a headache this week with a win here. Matt already has two wins on the European Tour so far this season and changed his schedule to fit in last week’s Czech Masters so he could push for an automatic selection, but final rounds of 73 and 72 saw him slide down the leaderboard and out of contention.
Matt will certainly be looking to bounce back this week; and on a course where length once again will be a key component to success, Matt’s long straight driving should see him bang there come Sunday afternoon.
First Round Leader Market:
THOMAS PIETERS 25/1 (PaddyPower or BetFair Sportsbook, 1/5 odds for the top 6 places) 1pt EACH WAY - Lost
One player who will be extra keen to get off to a fast start is Thomas Pieters; who had a stunning Ryder Cup debut at Hazeltine National and having had a taste of playing in the biannual matches he will itching to make the team again.
Thomas tried hard at the weekend at the Czech Masters but could only manage a Top 10 and he will be looking to replicate his 2016 finish in this event to try and impress Captain Bjorn. A morning starter, Pieters will have the best of the greens, and lighter wind strength to content with.
LUCAS BJERREGAARD 45/1 (PaddyPower or BetFair Sportsbook, 1/5 odds for the top 6 places) 1pt EACH WAY - placed +8.33
Someone who will have a lot of home support this week is Lucas Bjerregaard; who we have tipped several times this year to great effect with his four Top 6s finishes in the space of six starts.
Lucas won his first European Tour event last year at the Portugal Masters, but to win on home soil in front of family, friends, a partisan crowd and the Danish Ryder Cup captain, now that would be a statement hard to ignore, and while I do feel as the week goes on Lucas will begin to tire under all of the before mentioned pressures, I expect him to get off to a hot start early doors.
TAPIO PULKKANEN 90/1 (PaddyPower or BetFair Sportsbook, 1/5 odds for the top 6 places) 0.5pt EACH WAY - Lost
Tapio has won at this venue before in a smaller qualifying event, so the positive vibes should hopefully see him go well again. In addition, Tapio has had three top 5 first round performances in his last 8 events, including a prominent performance last week, so comes in in form.
Dell Technologies Championship (PGA Tour)
NAP – JORDAN SPIETH 22/1 (SkyBet, 1/5 odds for the top 7 places) 1.5pts EACH WAY - Lost
Has struggled on the greens this season but there has been a marked improvement in his putting of late. Finished second here last year and can go one better, and rates as a strong each way chance.
It’s not been a terrible year for Jordan Spieth but by his ridiculously high standards he wouldn’t want to go through it winless. The problem for the 25-year-old has been his putting; Strokes Gained Putting Rank By Season - 2018: 127nd; 2017: 42nd; 2016: 2nd; 2015: 9th; 2014: 20th; 2013: 60th.
Regarding the rest of Spieth’s game there aren’t too many problems; Jordan ranks 25th for strokes gained tee-to-green and 18th in scoring average. The good news is that in recent weeks the former world number 1 seems to have turned the corner.
For the last five tournaments where the PGA Tour keeps a record, Spieth has gained strokes on the field putting and I get the impression the confidence is returning. His third round 64 at the Northern Trust Open reminded us of what’s he’s capable and having finished runner-up here last year he can go one better.
NB – BILLY HORSCHEL 45/1 (SkyBet or PaddyPower, 1/5 odds for the top 7 places) 1pt EACH WAY - Non Runner
Best finish of T2 here back in 2014, and comes in off the back of a T11 at the Wyndham Championship and T3 last week. Ranks 8th in Greens In Regulation (Indeed, no player in this field has hit more greens in regulation over the past six weeks than Horschel), 9th in par-five scoring and 18th Strokes Gained Off the tee.
Horschel will be desperate to enter the Tour Championship in three weeks time with a chance of regaining the FedEx Cup and the $10 million prize.
First Round Leader Market:
JORDAN SPIETH 25/1 (PaddyPower or BetFair Sportsbook, 1/5 odds for the top 6 places) 1pt EACH WAY - Lost
Spieth has bagged the morning half of the draw, securing the smoother greens and lower wind strength. He currently sits outside of the Tour Championship qualifying places, and will be looking to charge to a strong finish to the season. There were definite signs last week, that Jordan is very close indeed to his best, and he is one to keep onside while his odds are inflated.
KEEGAN BRADLEY 66/1 (UniBet, 1/5 odds for the top 6 places) 0.5pt EACH WAY - Placed +5.33
The New England native has 4 top-25s in six Dell starts. Ranks seventh in Stokes Gained Tee To Green and 22nd in proximity.
Over recent weeks Keegan has been throwing in some really low scores, and he is someone I want to keep onside during the first round with the morning draw percentages we play.
CHARLEY HOFFMAN 80/1 PaddyPower or BetFair Sportsbook, 1/5 odds for the top 6 places) 0.5pt EACH WAY - Lost
Mr First Round himself is currently set to miss out on next week’s BMW Championship as the American is ranked 75th in the FedEx Cup standings, so is in need of a getting off to a good start.
Charley has had a pretty forgettable summer with plenty of top-20 finishes but he’s never really been able to get into contention.
But he returns to TPC Boston off the back of a solid week at Ridgewood Country Club and, being a former winner here at this course in 2010, he’ll have plenty of good memories and he’ll know that a good week will see him through the next two events.
At 80/1, he appears to be a little underrated in a market he specialises in (having secured himself a 9:27am tee time), especially for a player that appears to relish the big events.
Total Outlay In This Post: 18pts
Golf Betting Expert Results
Total number of tips: 7
Total points profit: 63
Total profit to £10 stake: £630
Total Profit to £50 stake: £3150
Return on investment: 350%
SJP Golf Tips results
Total number of tips: 9
Total points profit: 44.26
Total profit to £10 stake: £442.60
Total Profit to £50 stake: £2213
Return on investment: 276%