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My main betting focus is golf and trying to pick the winner each week. My blog now tracks my results and to date has been far more successful that thought. I started betting on the golf when I as part of a little business idea I had I thought a golf betting blog would be fun so started tracking my tips & putting them on here to see how it went. A good start with an 80-1 & 55-1 winner in the first two weeks, although that was using the housewife's National selection method, they had nice names. Slowly honing my technique to more recognised techniques, course form, current form etc. After a few months I was doing quite well so started to put my hard earned cash down. I play a little myself, but off a 40 handicap, yes I know the limit is 28 but 40 sums up how over par I am. However I am hoping to get that down to below 20 this year. I do also bet on the horses, but that is generally only following tips on here. As most people looking for those profitable tipsters & systems. Have dabbled in the occasional football bets bet not regularly. Despite being just 5ft 7 (on a good day) I play in goal for Sinjuns Grammarians (4th XI!!) every saturday in the Amateur Football Combination, the largest amateur league in Europe. My keeping style is probably a bit like David James can be brilliant but prone to the odd very stupid mistake. My first betting experiences were on the National in the 80's, Grittar I think was one of the first horses I backed. As an accountant I guess I'm used to dealing with numbers and that is why I enjoy the betting side of sport as well as playing & watching. Enjoy & happy tipping Jimmy

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North Texas Shootout Preview

Apr 30th, 2015 at 11:44 Golf 0 comments

Volunteering Lewis for the win in North Texas The ladies head to North Texas this week for the Volunteers of America North Texas Shootout presented by JTBC, to give it it's full title. It will again be from the Las Colinas GC and will again be slightly different with it's double cut after both Friday & Saturday where only the top 50 play the final round. A Thursday …

United Leasing Championship Preview

Apr 30th, 2015 at 06:42 Golf 0 comments

Engaging Hubbard for the United Leasing Championship There's been a change to the schedule this year as the Web.com Tour heads to the United Leasing Championship this week rather than the end of June spot where it has been held in the previous three years. It is from the Victoria National GC in Newburgh, Indiana and Englishman Greg Owen was the winner last year. Indiana is 6 hours behind …

The Crowns Preview

Apr 29th, 2015 at 20:35 Golf 0 comments

Jang to be Crowned again in Nagoya The Japan Tour returns to action on home soil with The Crowns a longstanding event from the Nagoya GC. A comfortable 4 shot winner last year was Korean Hyung-Sung Kim over I J Jang, making it a Korean 1-2. As the last event in Japan it is 8 hours ahead of the UK and so this will start at 11.10pmUK time, on …

WGC Cadillac Matchplay Preview - All 64 players looked at

Apr 29th, 2015 at 09:44 Golf 0 comments

Dayja Vu for Day as he looks to Retain Matchplay Title Time for the second WGC event of the year and it's the WGC Cadillac Matchplay, where the top 64(ish) players in the world compete on a matchplay basis. There's been a few changes this year, first is the main sponsor as gone are Accenture, gone is the snow of the Arizona err desert as we head to the TPC …

Bass Pro Shops Legends of Golf Preview

Apr 24th, 2015 at 14:59 Golf 0 comments

O'Meara & Monty Top of the Lot at Top of the Rock As Monty Python used to say, “And now for something completely different”, well this week it's the Champions Tour turn to say that. The have the Bass Pro Shops Legends of Golf at Big Cedar Lodge which sees the players pair up and play a round each on the Top of the Rock 9 hole par 3 course …

Swinging Skirts LPGA Classic Preview

Apr 23rd, 2015 at 14:02 Golf 0 comments

Feng the Tops in the Swinging Skirts The ladies return to the mainland with the second edition of the Swinging Skirts LPGA Classic from the Lake Merced GC in San Francisco. The top three had a little daylight ahead of the rest last year and the winner was Lydia Ko, a shot ahead of Stacy Lewis who was a shot ahead of Jenny Shin, the rest were 4 back. …

Zurich Classic of New Orleans Preview

Apr 23rd, 2015 at 10:55 Golf 0 comments

Hoffmann to Spring Breakthrough in New Orleans The PGA Tour heads for Spring Break this week as it heads to New Orleans for the Zurich Classic of New Orelans. Once again it will be from the TPC Louisiana which has hosted since 2005 except for 2006 when Hurricane Katrina forced a switch back to the 2004 venue. Winner last year was young South Korean Seung-Yul Noh. The UK …

CIMB Niaga Indonesia Masters Preview

Apr 22nd, 2015 at 22:29 Golf 0 comments

Marksaeng to Make his Mark in Indonesia The Asian Tour is already three events into it's new season but this week it steps out on it's own two feet with the CIMB Niaga Indonesian Masters from the Royal Jakarte GC. This will be the fifth time the event has been held and last year was the first time an intruding European hasn't won with Anirban Lahiri picking up his first …

Volvo China Open Preview

Apr 22nd, 2015 at 13:56 Golf 0 comments

Australians a Safe Bet in Volvo China Open For the second week in a row the European Tour is in China, this time for the Volvo China Open. The event also sees the start of the OneAsia as the event is dual ranking. The event returns to Shanghai and the Tomson Shanghai Pudong GC hosts for the first time, with Alexander Levy winning last year at the Genzon GC which …

Challenge de Madrid Preview

Apr 21st, 2015 at 20:37 Golf 0 comments

A Walk in the Park for Walker After a year away the Challenge Tour returns to the Spanish Capital for the Challenge de Madrid. It will be the second time the event has been held the inaugural event being held in 2013. The comfortable 7 shot winner at the El Eincin Golf Hotel was Francois Calmels. It gets underway a day earlier than normal on Wednesday 22nd …

Greater Gwinnett Championship Preview

Apr 17th, 2015 at 14:45 Golf 0 comments

Pernice will Win-It at the Greater Gwinnett The Champions Tour returns to action this week with those who played at Augusta only having to travel 160 odd miles west to Duluth for the Greater Gwinnett Championship. This will be the third year the event has been held with Miguel Angel Jimenez winning on his Champions Tour debut last year. Like most Champions Tour events it's 54 holes with …

El Bosque Mexico Championship Preview

Apr 16th, 2015 at 13:16 Golf 0 comments

Blaum to Bloom in Mexico and Boss in El Bosque The Web.com Tour heads back south this week crossing the border to Mexico for the El Bosque Mexico Championship from the El Bosque GC in Leon. Picking up the second of his three wins last year was home winner Carlos Ortiz. Due off shortly and is a 1.40pm start UK time on Thursday 16th April. The Course Leon sits in …

RBC Heritage Preview

Apr 16th, 2015 at 10:59 Golf 0 comments

No Par 3 Curse for Streelman at Harbour Town After one iconic venue its off to another for the PGA Tour as they head to Hilton Head Island for the RBC Heritage. With the lighthouse backdrop of the 18th it is the Harbour Town Golf Links that play host and Matt Kuchar won last year finishing a shot ahead of Luke Donald. The UK is five hours ahead …

Token Homemate Cup Preview

Apr 15th, 2015 at 22:53 Golf 0 comments

Bland to add some Aussie Colour to the Japan Opener The Japan Tour starts this week and the first event is the Token Homemate Cup from the Token Tado CC in the Mie Prefecture, just to the west of Nagoya. Starting last year with a win here was Yusaku Miyazato. Japan is 8 hours ahead of the UK and so this will start at 11.20pmUK time, on the 15th …

Shenzhen International Preview

Apr 15th, 2015 at 20:35 Golf 0 comments

Ha-Tong to Show the Master How Its Done The European Tour doesn't quite head back to home soil this week as it heads to China for a couple of events. The first of which is a new event, the Shenzhen International. It will be from the Genzon GC which hosted the Volvo China Open last year, won by Alexander Levy. Back to times ahead of the UK and …

LPGA LOTTE Championship Preview

Apr 15th, 2015 at 06:40 Golf 0 comments

Pettersen Still Top of the LOTTE in Hawaii After a week off after their first major the ladies return with the LPGA LOTTE Championship presented by Hershey from the Ko Olina GC in Hawaii. This will be the fourth year of the event and local Hawaii girl Michelle Wie won last year. The big thing to note is that it is a Wednesday start this week , but being …

Golden Pilsner Zimbabwe Open Preview

Apr 9th, 2015 at 01:07 Golf 0 comments

Burmester the Golden Choice in Zimbabwe The Sunshine Tour returns to action heading north of the border to Zimbabwe for the Golden Pilsner Zimbabwe Open from the Royal Harare GC. Picking up his second title at the Royal Harare GC was Jbe Kruger who won on the event's return in 2010 and last year. Harare is an hour ahead of the UK and with an early start time …

The Barclays Kenya Open Preview

Apr 8th, 2015 at 22:26 Golf 0 comments

Ritthammer to Hammer the Field in Kenya After its aborted attempt to get the season underway in Madeira the Challenge Tour has a second attempt in Africa with the Barclays Kenya Open. For the third year running it will be from the Karen CC in Nairobi and the winner last year was Jake Roos. It's a 7am start local time which will be 5am UK time on the 9th …

The Masters Preview

Apr 7th, 2015 at 22:40 Golf 2 comments

Spieth to Slam Shut McIlroy's Career Slam Chance The main event this week is The Masters, the first Major of the year. It is of course from Augusta National the host of this event since it began in 1934. Picking up his second Master last year was Bubba Watson, in a little easier style than his first win, by 3 shots. Tee times haven't been posted as yet …

ANA Inspiration Preview

Apr 2nd, 2015 at 11:23 Golf 0 comments

Lewis & Hull the Inspiration for the First Major The first Major of the year belongs to the Ladies who have the renamed LPGA ANA Inspiration. This was of course the Kraft Nabisco Championship and had been held at the Mission Hills CC, in Rancho Mirage, California since it started in 1972, although it only became a Major in 1983. For me it has given two of the most …

Shell Houston Open Preview

Apr 1st, 2015 at 14:06 Golf 0 comments

I Shell be Backing Westwood in Houston The PGA Tour has a short trip across Texas this week for the Shell Houston Open from the Golf Club of Houston. It is of course the last event before The Masters next week. The event moved to the Golf Club of Houston in 2003 and it was a battle of the Matt's last year as Jones overcame Kuchar at the first …