Last week subscribers we were a little stiff, our $1000 tip Gaganjeet Bhullar was beaten into second place by a lst hole birdie by Anton Rozner. His price on Betfair did not get below $6.80 but still a profitable crush for those keeping a close eye on proceedings. Our last couple of weeks of near misses demonstrates that finding value is always the best option.
Magical Kenya Open
The European Tour heads south to Nairobi Kenya to the former home of Karen Blitzen, famous for the depiction in Out of Africa. The Karen course is a par 72 6359 yard which has been stretched out for the Euro Tour event.
On Betfair, there was not a lot of real value at $1000, as many new Kenyan players were there but I found
Berndt Rithammer-$370 with an excellent record here.
Sebastian Soderberg-$220previous winner
Lucas Bjerregard-$200 down in class
J C Richie-$140
No LPGA event this week.
The PGA Tour heads to Palm Beach Gardens to the PGA National Champions course a par 72, 7048 yard (6445m) course originally designed by George and Tom Fazio and redesigned by the Jack Nicklaus company. The course although short is tough, CR 75.2 with a high Slope rating of 148.
A lot more value here as many of the top players have taken a week off.
Joseph Bramlett-$1000 worth a double investment
J J Spain-$1000
Sean O’Hair-$860 Great record here
Luke Donald-$560 Plays courses he can compete on
Sung Khang-$860 double your investment
Jamie Lovemark-$700 Good record here