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The Golf service uses a conservative 200 point betting bank risking a modest 68% of the bank each week. Even using such a conservative staking strategy adjusting your betting unit size after each 50 point gain more than treble your bank each year! and subscribers are already off to a cracking start with Stuart Appleby winning the Mercedes Championship at 28/1. For the first Champions Tour event of the season, we had one selection for our subscribers:
“Dana Quigley – This self confessed golfaholic has been practicing nearly everyday throughout the off season as the interviews with his nephew Brett at last week’s Sony Open will testify. That aside, what makes the quotes on offer more surprising is his superb course record, of one win, two seconds and two fourth place finishes in the seven times he’s teed up. He’s never been over par in 21 rounds, shooting an incredible total of 72-under the card. The last three years of 4th, 1st and 2nd makes Quigley look like the senior version of Ernie Els at the Sony Open, so you’ve got to wonder about the big prices available. However, we won’t be complaining.”
The result – Dana Quigley won the MasterCard Championship at 33/1 Our success has continued through to the Indonesian Open at the end of March:
This one is a bit of a puzzler. Last week Wiratchant was available at 40/1, and generally at 33/1. This week four players ahead of him in the betting for the TCL are not playing in Indonesia, and replaced by just one player, his more successful countryman Jaideep. Yet he is still 33/1 with most firms. If he’s on his game he can easily make the frame, as he showed when 3rd behind Dodd and Bjorn in the China Open at the end of November. He’s a very reliable player who is the 7th highest ranked player in field, so hopefully his very unusual swing will make it on to the TV coverage this weekend.”
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