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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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Shaw Charity Classic Preview

Aug 29th, 2013 at 21:10 Golf 0 comments

Cook the Head Chef in Canada The Champions Tour heads to north of the border for the first of two events in Canada. This week it's a new event in Calgary, the Shaw Charity Classic from the Canyon Meadows GC. The Course & Past Winners Its starts & ends with a par 5 and is 7,158 of the back tees and is a par 72. Course looks quite narrow with trees …

Deutsche Bank Championship Preview

Aug 29th, 2013 at 20:17 Golf 0 comments

Part Time Stricker to Overcome Hamstring Issues The second leg of the FedEx Cup playoff is the Deutsche Bank Championship from the TPC Boston. It's now down to the top 100, and that is cut to 70 for the next leg. It's seems a long time ago but last year the winner was Rory McIlroy. The Course & Past Winners TPC Boston has hosted since 2003, and whilst it may sound …

Safeway Classic Preview

Aug 29th, 2013 at 10:43 Golf 0 comments

Creamer the Safeway to the Top this Week The Ladies have the Safeway Classic this week which returns to the Columbia Edgewater GC in Portland, Oregon, having been at the Pumpkin Ridge GC for the last 4 years. Winner last year at Pumpkin Ridge was Mika Miayzato, whilst Cristie Kerr won the last time we visited here. The Course & Format As the name of the course suggests it sits on …

Hotel Fitness Championship Preview

Aug 29th, 2013 at 01:07 Golf 0 comments

Herman's Little Acorn of Form grows at Sycamore Hills It's something a bit different for the Web.com Tour as the top 75 are joined by those between 126 & 200 on the PGA Tour for the Web.com Playoffs. The top 25 from the Web.com tour have their cards and are playing to be as far up the exemption list as they can next year whilst the next 25 will also join …

Northern Ireland Open Challenge Preview

Aug 28th, 2013 at 22:54 Golf 0 comments

Daan Finally the Man in Ireland The Challenge Tour has a new event this week the Northern Ireland Open Challenge Presented by Clannah & XJET from the Galgorm Castle GC in err Northern Ireland. The event is hosted by European Tour Russian Open winner Michael Hoey. The Course & Past Winners The course is just west of Ballymena, about 10 miles north of Lough Neagh. It's a parkland course, quite short …

Vana H Cup KBC Augusta Preview

Aug 28th, 2013 at 21:12 Golf 0 comments

Jay Choi holds the Key at Keya The Japan Tour continues this week with the Vana H Cup KBC Augusta, which is again from the Keya GC in Fukuoka. Hyung-Sung Kim made it a Korean singing double as Sang-Moon Bae won in 2011. The Course & Past Winners The course has hosted since at least 1992, I can't quite work out if the Kyushu Shima Country Club Keya Course is the same …

ISPS Handa Wales Open Preview

Aug 28th, 2013 at 00:25 Golf 0 comments

Gonzo Top Boyo in Wales The European Tour continues its short tour of the home nations by heading to Wales for the ISPS Handa Welsh Open. It will once again be The Celtic Manor Resort that will play host and it was Thai Thongchai Jaidee who won over a year ago, as last year it was in June the week after Wentworth. The Course & Winners Although Celtic Manor has …

Boeing Classic Preview

Aug 22nd, 2013 at 23:09 Golf 0 comments

Sluman's value was just too good to turn down The Champions Tour heads to Washington State this week and the TPC Snoqualmie Ridge near Seattle for the Boeing Classic. This will be the 9th time the event has been held and the defending champion is Jay Don Blake who beat Mark O'Meara in a playoff. The Course & Past Winners It's a longish course at 7,264 yards and a par 72, but …

CN Canadian Womens Open

Aug 22nd, 2013 at 13:14 Golf 0 comments

No Solheim Cup Hangover for Lang in Canada After the sensational victory for Europe last week in the Solheim Cup it's back to normality this week and the CN Canadian Women's Open, which this year returns to the Royal Mayfair GC in Edmonton. Royal Mayfair hosted for the first time in 2007 when Lorena Ochoa won, whilst teenage amateur sensation Lydia Ko won at the Vancouver GC last year. …

Cox Classic Preview

Aug 22nd, 2013 at 00:45 Golf 0 comments

Don't Knock Knox at the Cox The Web.com Tour has the excitement this week as it's their final week of the regular season before they're joined by those outside the top 125 on the main tour and the fight for a tour card that previously went to a Q-school graduate. So the Cox Classic has a few ingredients for a classic this week as players fight for the no.1 spot …

The Barclays Preview

Aug 21st, 2013 at 22:43 Golf 0 comments

Simpson Casts Webb of the Statutory of Liberty The FedEx Cup playoff get underway this week with the Barclays from the Liberty National GC in New Jersey. It's the top 125 this week with the top 100 progressing to next week. Winner last year was, whilst Heath Slocum won the last time it visited Liberty National, in 09 when he sneaked in in 124th place, mind you he's now struggling on …

Kansai Open Golf Championship Preview

Aug 21st, 2013 at 20:45 Golf 0 comments

A big Tee Hee to the Bookies if Tae-Hee can Step Up The Japan Tour returns after 5 weeks off with the Kansai Open Golf Championship, which this year heads to the Olympic Golf Club. It's an event that moves from course to course each year and last year Toshinori Muto won at the Izumigaoko CC. The Course & Past Winners The course is 7,228 yards long and a par …

Johnnie Walker Championship Preview

Aug 20th, 2013 at 23:56 Golf 0 comments

Gallacher the Best Shot at the Johnnie Walker After a week off the European Tour heads north to Scotland and Gleneagles for the Johnnie Walker Championship. This will be the 15th time the event has been held, starting life as the Scottish PGA Championship. Paul Lawrie won last year and the event has added significance as just about this time next year Gleneagles will host the 2014 …

Rolex Trophy Preview

Aug 19th, 2013 at 22:59 Golf 0 comments

Kim Right on Time to get First Win The Challenge Tour heads to Switzerland this week for the elite field Rolex Trophy, from the Golf Club de Geneva. 35 of the top 40 on the order of merit are here, plus a local, as this is a vital week for those looking to secure their card. Winner last year was Kristoffer Broberg as he won for the third time …

Dicks Sporting Goods Open Preview

Aug 15th, 2013 at 20:47 Golf 0 comments

1,000th Champion is 1st Senior The Champions Tour heads to New York State this week and the En-Joie GC in Endicott for the Dicks Sporting Goods Open. This will be the 7th time the event has been held and the defending champion is Willie Wood who beat Michael Allen in a playoff. An extra special event this week as it will be the 1,000th event on the Champions Tour. The Course & …

Solheim Cup Preview

Aug 15th, 2013 at 19:37 Golf 0 comments

Let's Make History Europe After causing a bit of an upset in Ireland two years ago the European Team head to the US looking for their first win away from home. It is of course the Ladies version of the Ryder Cup, the Solheim Cup, which this year is from the Colorado GC, in Parker, Colorado. This will be the 13th edition of the event and the current score is 8-4 …

News Sentinel Open Preview

Aug 14th, 2013 at 23:59 Golf 2 comments

Local Lad Malnati Looking to Make the News The Web.com Tour heads to Knoxville, Tennessee for the News Sentinel Open from the Fox Den CC. This is a well established event and the defending champion is Darron Stiles. As the main tour heads into the playoffs so the fight for cards & places heats up here too as the top 25 will secure a card at the top table, …

Wyndham Championship Preview

Aug 14th, 2013 at 21:52 Golf 1 comments

Clark goes one Better this Year It's the last event on the regular PGA Tour this week before they head into the Fedex Cup Playoffs. The Wyndham Championship from the Sedgefield CC, in Greensboro, North Carolina, will be heading to its 6th year and the defending champion is Sergio Garcia who won the extended event on the Monday. The aim of the week will be to get into the …

Price Cutter Charity Championship Preview

Aug 8th, 2013 at 01:48 Golf 0 comments

Hunter in the Hunt Again at the Price Cutter The Web.com Tour heads to Springfield this week, not to see the Simpsons, but for the Price Cutter Charity Championship from the Highland Springs GC, in Springfield, Missouri . Chris Wilson won on debut last year. The Course It's a parkland course set to the south east of the city. The 7,060 yard par 72 starts & finishes with a par …

Norwegian Challenge Preview

Aug 7th, 2013 at 23:54 Golf 0 comments

Borsheim a Tough Knut to Crack at Home The Challenge Tour stays in Scandinavia this week and heads to Oslo for the Norwegian Challenge. This will be the third year the event has been held but it has moved each year and this year is from the Losby G&CC. Last year Kristoffer Broberg made it two wins in as many weeks at the Byneset GC up near Trondheim. The Course …

US PGA Championship Preview

Aug 7th, 2013 at 21:57 Golf 0 comments

Major Chances for Ball Strikers & Straight Hitters It's Major time again for the Men, and their final major the USPGA which this year will be from Oak Hill CC, just outside Rochester, New York. Winner of the Wanamaker Trophy last year was the then in form Rory McIlroy, who won at Kiawah Island. The Course & Winners Oak Hill hosts the PGA for the 3rd time in its history this …

3M Championship Preview

Aug 1st, 2013 at 18:34 Golf 0 comments

Hatrick Hero Perry Back to normality for the Champions Tour this week and the 3M Championship from the TPC Twin Cities in Blaine, Minnesota. Bernhard Langer won last year, but is not here to defend, presumably licking his wounds after the playoff loss in the British Open last week. The Course & Past Winners The TPC Twin Cities has hosted since 2001 and the more recent winners have been: Year Player Score 2012 Bernhard Langer -18 2011 Jay Haas -15 2010 David Frost -25 2009 Bernhard …

Mylan Classic Preview

Aug 1st, 2013 at 11:22 Golf 0 comments

MacKenzie to Show the College Upstarts a Thing or Two Now into its 4th year the Mylan Classic is the next stop on the Web.com Tour. Southpointe GC, in Canonsburg Pennsylvania, is the host course and Robert Streb won last year. The Course It's another shortish course at just 6,951 yards, and is a par 71. There aren't many bunkers on the course either and it uses its undulated greens …

Reno-Tahoe Open Preview

Aug 1st, 2013 at 01:55 Golf 0 comments

Knox is Knocking on the Door this week The biggest little undercard on the PGA Tour is the Reno-Tahoe Open from the Montreux GC. For the second year it will have the novel format of being played in a modified stableford scoring format. The event has been played for several years and it is only since last year has the scoring system been changed, JJ Henry scoring the most points last …