Our Golf selections and insight are provided by John Evans. John Evans has been a professional golfer for 50 years since 1971. He played in two British Opens, won five professional events including two national championships, was a commentator on all professional events in New Zealand for twenty years, and commentated on the four majors, plus the Espirito Santo, the Eisenhower and the Australian Open. He was also a director of the Australasian PGA tour for eight years. Best of all he now spends much of his time these days analysing and betting on golf.

John has publicy advised backing the following huge priced Golf tournament winners: $1000: Brian Stuard – Zurich Classic, $340: Sam Brazel – Hong Kong Open, $300: Keith Mitchell – Honda Classic, $110: Xander Schauffele – Tour Championship, $65: Tyrell Hatton – Alfred Dunhill Links Championship, $29 Ricky Fowler – Hero World Challenge, $27: Sang Hyun Park – HSBC Women’s World Championship, $24: Kevin Kisner – Presidents Cup

You can learn more about John Evans in this interview with Andrew Daddo, where he recounts numerous entertaining golfing stories, including playing against Kerry Packer for big money!

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Andalusia Open de Espana (LET), Joburg Open (Sunshine Tour)

Review of last weeks golf tips Backawinners, a couple of near misses!  Tyler McCumber($700) ran fourth and Nana Koertz Madsen ($151 each way)  ran sixth. In the new year when the circus stops we might look at a slightly different strategy, each way on Betfair allows ten places, or backing more each way on bet 365 as we are finding tremendous


DP World Tour championship, Race to the CME Globe, RSM Classic

Review of last weeks golf tips Well,Backawinners another winning week, but what could have been. Kevin Tway ($1000) ran second, only a record last round by Jason Kokrak stopped a massive week. Martin Trainer ($1500 each way) led into the last round didn’t win, but tied for fifth, still a massive payday ($375 the place). Pornanong Phatlum ($750 each way) played


Backawinners, opportunity to Arbitrage

Backawinners, opportunity to Arbitrage Backawinners-Opportunity Our tips Martin Trainer- $1500 each way -10 Kevin Tway-$1000 (-9) are first and second, let’s assume you’ve had $15000/10 each way and $10,000 to $10. My suggestion Lay $100 against Martin to win $100/$1550 let the place run unless you can also lay the place (5 places only). Lay $100 against Kevin Tway-$100/$1100


LET Aramco Dubai, Aviv Dubai Champs (ET), Pelican Championship (LPGA), Houston Open

Review of last weeks golf tips Backawinners! A win! A small win, but a wins a win. Whitney Hillier ($500 each way) ran 5th in the LET Dubai Moonlight Classic. So a $125 place winner. A couple of our other long priced bets just missed out,Nuria Iturrioz ($100 each way) was 7th. Linnea Strom ($126 each way was 9th and Kim


Bermuda Championship, LET Dubai Moonlight Classic

Review of last weeks golf tips Backawinner regulars will note that one of our regular picks, Jeff Winther won his first European tournament, but due to the limited field numbers his price didn’t suit our overall strategy. On the PGA Tour event in Japan, Masters winner Hideki Matsuyama streeted them, but our $85 tip Mackenzie Hughes ran 4th. On the LPGA


LPGA Korean Championship, Mallorca Open, ZoZo Championship

Review of last weeks golf tips Backawinners, another near miss with Robert Rock ($800) getting within one shot with three to play finishing in a tie for fourth thus getting a result for each way backers, but disappointing to get so close again. Harry Higgs ($460) had a chance in the PGA Tour event also. LPGA Korean Championship This week we


Andalucía Masters at Valderrama, CJC Cup at TPC Summerlin

Review of last weeks golf tips Backawinners following the golf tips will note Elizabeth Szokol, tipped at $940 last week finished third alone behind the real world #1 Jin Young Ko last week. In Europe Jack Senior $420 just finished outside the money at T6 in the Spanish Open. In the Shriners Hospital for children, Rory Sabbatini ($620) finished third. Almost


Open de Espana, Cognizant Classic (LPGA), Shriners Hospital for Children Open

Last week near misses with Henrik Norlander, ($250) Trey Mullinax ($400), 4th, and Paula Reto ($500) -7th Open de Espana Attiva Open de Espana, Club de Campo, Villa de Madrid Javier de Arana 6347m, par 71 Recommended on Bet365 Haydn Porteoous-$750 each way Joel Stalter-$600 each way On Betfair Lorenzo Gaglie-$1000 Gavin Green-$1000 Steven Brown-$ 500 Marcus Kinhult-$600  Nino


Dunhill Links Championship, LPGA Shoprite Classic, Sanderson Farms Championship

The Ryder Cup was a shellacking for the Europeans. This US class of 2021 is a very strong outfit and the aging Europeans now have to team build for the future. Dunhill Links Championship This week, the Alfred Dunhill Championship play on three courses, the famous Old course at St Andrews. The modern ball has pushed the course to


SIngles Bets Ryder Cup

Backawinner! Ryder Cup Singles Apologies for the late input but pairings and prices have only just come up Some real value here On Betfair Starts at 3.15 am All win bets Shane Lowry-$2.8 Scottie Sheffler-$3.4 Sergio Garcia-$2.4 Paul Casey-$3.2 Berndt Weisberger-$3.3 Ian Poulter-$3.6 Tyrrel Hatton-$3.25 Matthew Fitzpatrick-$2.8 Europe to win day-$3.8 Good luck  


Women’s British Open (Major), Czech Masters, Northern Trust

Review of last weeks golf tips Well, Backawinners, the Wyndham Championship proved a madhouse Sunday. Six players tied for first, so the each way bets had to be at T1! Our picks, Sung Kang-($1000), Tyler McCumber-($810), Harry Higgs-($700), Denny McCarthy -($400) all had their chances to win, but fell three short for no result. At the other venues we had no


Scottish Ladies Open, Cazoo Classic, Wyndham Championship

Review of last weeks golf tips Another successful week for Backawinners. Aditi Ashok, The brave Indian golfer ran 4th at $400 each way. ($100 the place), Lydia Ko ($20) tied for second and Stephanie Meadow ($400) T7 just missed a place. Scottish Ladies Open The LPGA travel to Dumbarnie links, a Clive Clark Design for the Scottish ladies Open. Clive was


Olympic Women, Hero Open, FedEx St Jude Classic, Baracuda Championship

Review of last weeks golf tips Fresh on our success in the LPGA Evian Major with a 150/1 chance running 4th for a big payday, last week our tip Mito Pariera, a name unknown to many ran third at $110. In the LPGA in Ireland, Attaya Thitikul ran fourth. Despite the big odd s of the winners in both events, I


Women’s Olympic Title

Review of last weeks golf tips Fresh on our success in the LPGA Evian Major with a 150/1 chance running 4th for a big payday, last week our tip Mito Pariera, a name unknown to many ran third at $110. In the LPGA in Ireland, Attaya Thitikul ran fourth. Despite the big odds of the winners in both events, I missed


Olympic Men’s Championship, ISPS Handa Invitation for men and women

Review of last weeks golf tips Last week Backawinners, we nailed a good result with Ayake Furue finishing fourth at $150 the place. Recommended on bet365 Sung Hyun-Park $251 each way Ayaka Furue-$601 each way* 66,68,68,67 T4 three shots behind Mina Harigae-$141 each way ISPS Handa Invitation for men and women This week is a very strange and unusual arrangement with

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