Tuesday, September 02, 2008


In addition to the two winners posted on the blog, subscribers were also given strong advice for Deportivo to beat Real Madrid on Sunday evening and the following gem on the USPGA golf....

"Vijay is hitting his irons incredibly well at present and as discussed last week, when the putts start to drop, you simply cannot oppose him. He is a player who can hold his form for week after week, in 2004 he won this (also second in 2006) and that was in the middle of a sequence where he went 1-1-32-1-1-1-2-1 (unbelievable), he actually won 8 of 18 starts and only Tiger in recent times has come close to that. Woods' absence has obviously had a positive mental effect on the Fijian and you can tell by his body language that he feels like the "King of the Course", so much of golf is played between the ears and Vijay has a huge advantage over his rivals in this department."

7 points Singh outright 5.0 + ..... currently 5.20 exchanges.

In order that no one missed out, I followed up yesterday with this post:

It is possible to shoot very low here, but with so many big names at the top of the leaderboard, the winner should come from the six named golfers. Weir and Villegas have not impressed in the fourth round for a very long time and we have to avoid them at short prices. Vijay's odds are little changed from yesterday and if you are not already "on", I am going to suggest a bet today, as I still see him as the most likely winner, for all the reasons outlined yesterday.

The Fijian superstar holed nothing on sunday, taking 32 putts, 9 more than Weir (!), but he continues to hit almost every green in regulation and tee to green, is playing the best golf on tour by far. If just one putt falls early today, he will feed off that and probably win this easily. As I said, the leader Weir was red hot on the greens but had a lot of trouble getting there, hitting only 50% of fairways and the same number of GIR's, he is unlikely to get as lucky a second day. Villegas has still to post a US tour win and until he does, must be opposed. I am happy with our bet, if you are not already on ......

5 points Singh outright 5.70 Betfair.

So, what happened, Villegas fell away, Vijay holed an early putt and won the tournament by a whopping five strokes, subscribers were able to sit back and enjoy !

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I am still working on today's newsletter, but am likely to cover four of the lower league/ Johnstone's Paint Trophy games in England, where we have had fantastic success over the last two seasons.

Good Luck with all your bets today.

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