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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US PGA Championship

The PGA Championship moves to the venerable old Perry Maxwell masterpiece, Southern Hills Country Club in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Recently upgraded by Bill Coore and Ben Crenshaw this 7481 yard (6841m) par 71 monster with a slope rating of 142 and a course rating of 76.1 the course is not the only difficulty. Traditionally the high temperatures in excess of 100


Soudal Open, Cognizant Founders Cup, AT&T Byron Nelson

Soudal Open The European Tour plays the Soudal Open at Rinkven International, Antwerp, Belgium. Designed originally by Paul Robin, the course was recently upgraded by Martin Hawtree. The course now measures 6091m (6700 yards), par 72. On Bet365 Carlos Pigem-$1501 each way Haydn Porteous-$1001 each way Chris Paisley-$1001 each way Bradley Dredge-$1001 each way On Betfair Zach Murray-$1000 Jonathon Caldwell-$1000


ISPS Handa Championships, LA Open and Zurich Classic of New Orleans

ISPS Handa Championships The European Tour resumes at the ISPS Handa Championships in Spain. To be played on the Greg Norman (Bob Harrison) designed Lakes course at the Infinitum Resort in Tarragona, Spain. The course is 6948 yards (6317m), par 70 with a course rating of 73.2 and a slope of 136.   On Bet365 Carlos Pigem-$1500 each way Jonathon


Masters Preview

The Masters The big dance, one of the real golf weeks, the Masters held as usual at Augusta National, the brainchild of Robert Tyre Jones, the immortal. The facts. The course was designed on an old large nursery of beautiful trees, rhododendrons, azaleas and other exotic flowers on an extremely hilly site featuring Rae’s Creek running through the lower


Qatar Masters, Asian Tour, JTBC Classic, WGC-Dell Match Play and Corales Puntacana Championship

Qatar Masters The European Tour moves back to the Middle East after the African swing and plays the Qatar Masters at the Doha Golf club. The Peter Harradine course plays 7324 yards (6720m) par 72. On Bet365 Carlos Pigem-$1500 each way Bernstein Rithammer-$751 each way Haydn Porteous-$600 each way David Drysdale-$500 each way Scott Hend-$500 each way On Betfair Joel


Magical Kenya Open, Asian Tour International Series, LPGA, Puerto Rico Open, Arnold Palmer Invitational and Australian PGA

Magical Kenya Open A big week this week! The European Tour moves to Africa for the Magical Kenya Open at the historic Muthaiga Golf Club in Nairobi. The old (1913) course was renovated by Peter Matkovich and now measures 7169 yards (6580m) par 71 with a course rating of 135. I suggest on Bet365 Carlos Pigem-$1000 each way Craig


Honda Classic

Review of last weeks golf tips Last week, I offered two scenarios for betting on PGA Tour Golf. Adam Scott ($51 each way) a winner of 6.5 times investment and Viktor Hovland ($26 each way) a winner at 3.25 times investment. Sufficient for a profitable week following this philosophy. But over time, the vagaries of golf and the short prices of


Australian PGA, Murray Classic, Genesis Open

Australian PGA, Murray Classic Not much on this week, the Australian PGA has the TPS Murray championship honouring Jarrod Lyle, the course along the Murray in the small town of Cobra-Barooga is a great course on river sand. The course considered long when originally designed by Vern Morcom a prolific designer of good courses in Victoria is 6793 yards


European Tour, Asian Tour, LPGA Drive on Championship, AT&T Pebble Beach

European Tour The European Tour (DP World Tour) stays in the UAE for the Ras al Kaimah Championship at Al Hamra Golf Club. Designed by Peter Harradinethe course is 7325 yards par 72, Slope 140 course rating 75.6. On Bet365 David Howell-$1000 each way Chris Paisley-$500 each way Sebastian García Rodriguez-$276 each way Sami Valmaki-$250 each way Maverick Antcliff-$225


Dubai Desert Classic, Farmers Insurance Open, Gainbridge LPGA Classic

Dubai Desert Classic The European Tour heads back to the Emirates Golf Club, Dubai, UAE for the Dubai Desert Classic. The Karl Litten course measures 7300 yards (6660m) par 72. On Bet365 David Drysdale-$750 each way Chris Paisley-$750 each way Jonathon Caldwell-$750 each way On Betfair Sebastian Garcia Rodriguez-$1000 Maverick Antcliff-$1000 Steven Brown-$1000 Dale Whitnell-$910* Marcus Kinhult-$900 Jazz


American Express, HSBC, Abu Dhabi championship, LPGA Tournament of Champions

American Express The PGA Tour heads to PGA West, in La Quinta, Palm Springs, California. A Pete Dye course, the Stadium course is 7113 yards (6510m) par 72. On Betfair, Brett Drewitt-$1000 Jonathon Byrd-$1000 Michael Gligic-$1000 Chris Stroud-$1000 special Seung-Yul Noh-$1000 Tyler Duncan-$820 Kevin Chappell-$720 Roger Sloan-$600 JJ Spahn-$630 Nick Taylor-$610 Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship The European Tour opens their 2022


Laguna Phuket Championship, South African Open, Hero World Challenge

Review of last weeks golf tips Backawinners, our special bet last week Whitney Hillier compounded in the last round and unfortunately a blank week. This week is a season wind down with the Hero challenge an invitation event, the South African Open decimated by the anagram of Moronic, Omnicron, so a very quiet betting week. Laguna Phuket Championship The Asian tour,


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

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