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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!

https://podcasts.apple.com/nz/podcast/golf/id1534972519?i=1000533279637.

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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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Irish Open, Volunteers of America, LPGA, Rocket Mortgage Classic, US Tour.

Irish Open The European Tour stars the week with the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open at the famed Mt Juliet resort. The Jack Nicklaus Design is 7264 yard (6642m) par 72   On Betfair I suggest Nacho Elvira-$1000 Toby Tree-$1000 Joel Stalter-$1000 Jake McLeod-$1000 Robin Scott-Siegrist-$1000 Dave Coupland -$600 Chris Wood-$490 Jack Senior-$440 Grant Forrest-$510 Sebastian García Rodriguez-$410 Darius

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BMW, Travellers Championship, KPMG Women’s PGA, a major

BMW The European tour starts the week for the BMW Championship at the GolfKlubb München Eichenried in Munich, Germany. The course built in 1927 was designed by Kurt Rossnecht, the course is 6209m, 6817 yards par 72   On Bet365 Peter Hanson-$1000 each way Adrian Saddier-$1000 each way On Betfair Daniel Gavin’s-$560 Ben Poke-$1000 Ondrej Leiser-$1000 Nicolas von Dellinghausen-$440

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USPGA Major Championship

USPGA Major Championship Backawinner followers nearly had a birthday last week with Dave Coupland ($85o) finishing one shot out of a frantic playoff win for Bland. In the Byron Nelson, our top pick Joseph Bramlett($1000) got to within two shots of ultimate winner K H Lee shortening to $20 late in the last round to allow Betfair punters to

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Honda LPGA Championship, Canary Islands Open, Wells Fargo Championship

Honda LPGA Championship The LPGA moves to Pattaya, Thailand for the Honda LPGA Championship on the Siam course. I’ve played there, the course is short but beautiful and the clubhouse is palatial and the wine cellar the best I’ve seen, the girls will be pampered. The Old course, originally designed by Ichisuke Izumi in 1970, was redesigned in 2007

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Tenerife Open, HSBC World Championship, LPGA, Valspar Championship

Tenerife Open The European Tour starts the week at the Tenerife Open at the Golf Costa Adeja on the Island of Tenerife, the largest of the Canaries with a population of around one million people, nearly 50% of the island groups residents. The great beaches and local native culture and festive occasions draw tens of thousands of Western Europeans

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