European Open: Otaegui to thrive in Hamburg
Andrew McDermott 24.07.2018

European Open: Otaegui to thrive in Hamburg

Green Eagle Golf Course in Hamburg hosts the Porsche European Open for the second year running and England's Jordan Smith is back to defend the title he won in a play-off with defending champion Alexander Levy. More...
The Open: Match betting tips for Carnoustie
Andrew McDermott 17.07.2018

The Open: Match betting tips for Carnoustie

Bwin have several different betting markets available for The Open 2018 and as well as picking our best bets to be the outright winner, we’ve also studied the match betting odds to find some value. More...
The Open: Garcia to crack Carnoustie
Andrew McDermott 17.07.2018

The Open: Garcia to crack Carnoustie

Since Darren Clarke and Keegan Bradley won the last two majors of 2011 when ranked 111th and 108th in the world respectively, the lowest-ranked winner of any major has been Jimmy Walker, who was 48th when he won the 2016 US PGA Championship. More...
John Deere Classic: Hadley can prosper in Illinois
Andrew McDermott 10.07.2018

John Deere Classic: Hadley can prosper in Illinois

Fans of low scoring should be in for a treat this week as the PGA Tour moves on to Illinois for the John Deere Classic, which has seen an average winning score of 20 under par for the last six years. Bryson DeChambeau was 18 under par in winning his first PGA Tour title last year. More...
Scottish Open: Hatton worth each-way support
Callum Dent 10.07.2018

Scottish Open: Hatton worth each-way support

The Aberdeen Standard Investments Scottish Open continues its tour around the country, with Gullane hosting the event for the second time in four years. Despite the late withdrawals of Henrik Stenson and Tommy Fleetwood, 17 of the world's top 50 are in the field. More...
A Military Tribute at The Greenbrier: Lee can enjoy more success
Andrew McDermott 03.07.2018

A Military Tribute at The Greenbrier: Lee can enjoy more success

What is usually known as The Greenbrier Classic has been renamed A Military Tribute at The Greenbrier, but the quest to find a PGA Tour winner remains the same. The 2016 edition of the tournament was cancelled following devastating flooding throughout West Virginia with Xander Schauffele winning in 2017. More...
Irish Open: Southgate can impress at Ballyliffin
Andrew McDermott 03.07.2018

Irish Open: Southgate can impress at Ballyliffin

Ballyliffin may have staged a European Tour event before, but that will be of little help in picking the winner of the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open this week. Spain's Jon Rahm has returned to defend the title he won at Portstewart last year, while former champion and world number eight Rory McIlroy is also in the field. More...
Travelers Championship: Opportunity Knox for Russell
Stuart Walker 20.06.2018

Travelers Championship: Opportunity Knox for Russell

Despite being played immediately after the US Open the Travelers Championship has attracted a strong field and offers up a traditional dilemma, Phil Casey writes. Five of the world's top 10 - and number 11 Patrick Reed - have made the short trip to TPC River Highlands to find out, including US Open champion Brooks Koepka, Justin Thomas, Rory McIlroy and defending champion Jordan Spieth. More...
BMW International Open: Olesen a good each-way shout
Stuart Walker 20.06.2018

BMW International Open: Olesen a good each-way shout

After last week's major madness in the US Open, where Brooks Koepka gave us a highly profitable winner for the second year running, it's back to business as usual in the BMW International Open, Phil Casey writes. Henrik Stenson was the winner here in 2016 just a few weeks before lifting the Claret Jug at Royal Troon and although the former Open champion has not made the trip after a tie for sixth at Shinnecock Hills, runner-up Tommy Fleetwood has. More...
US Open: Day can turn on power at Shinnecock Hills
Andrew McDermott 12.06.2018

US Open: Day can turn on power at Shinnecock Hills

The second major of the year is finally upon us, with Brooks Koepka defending his US Open title at Shinnecock Hills. And as usual the biggest question ahead of the tournament has been whether the USGA will get the set up right or go too far in their obsession with providing the toughest test in golf. More...
Shot Clock Masters: Bourdy has good course form
Stuart Walker 06.06.2018

Shot Clock Masters: Bourdy has good course form

Another week, another gimmick on the European Tour, but given the soporific pace of play these days the Shot Clock Masters is a gimmick worth supporting. While a shot clock was in play on one hole during Golf Sixes, this week's event at Diamond Country Club near Vienna is the first in professional golf to use one on every shot. More...
FedEx St Jude Classic: Berger hungry for further success
Andrew McDermott 05.06.2018

FedEx St Jude Classic: Berger hungry for further success

After Kyle Stanley came agonisingly close to giving us a 90/1 winner in the Memorial Tournament, the PGA Tour make its regular trip to Memphis for the FedEx St Jude Classic. More...
Italian Open: Fresh Fleetwood gets the nod
Andrew McDermott 29.05.2018

Italian Open: Fresh Fleetwood gets the nod

The European Tour makes its second trip to Italy in the space of four weeks, with Gardagolf hosting the Italian Open for the first time since 2003. More...
Memorial Tournament: Tiger on the prowl in Ohio
Andrew McDermott 29.05.2018

Memorial Tournament: Tiger on the prowl in Ohio

A strong field has assembled for this week's Memorial Tournament on the PGA Tour, with eight of the world's top 10 competing in Ohio - and a certain Tiger Woods. More...
Fort Worth Invitational: Scott a decent Texas tip
Stuart Walker 23.05.2018

Fort Worth Invitational: Scott a decent Texas tip

The PGA Tour enjoys its shortest switch between successive venues this week as Colonial Country Club hosts the Fort Worth Invitational. More...
BMW PGA Championship: Noren to make strong defence
Tony Kelshaw 22.05.2018

BMW PGA Championship: Noren to make strong defence

After Adrian Otaegui gave us a third winner in five weeks in Belgium, attention turns to one of the European Tour's flagship events, the BMW PGA Championship. More...
AT&T Byron Nelson: Club member Spieth the strong favourite
Stuart Walker 15.05.2018

AT&T Byron Nelson: Club member Spieth the strong favourite

We've looked at the AT&T Byron Nelson betting tips and fancy club member Jordan Spieth, at 11/2, to contend at the Trinity Forest Golf Club in Dallas. More...
Belgian Knockout: Otaegui can continue fine form in Antwerp
Stuart Walker 15.05.2018

Belgian Knockout: Otaegui can continue fine form in Antwerp

We've looked at the Belgian Knockout odds and believe Spain's Adrian Otaegui can continue his fine form and is 33/1 for an each-way bet in Antwerp. More...
Players Championship: Swerve big guns to find value
Andrew McDermott 08.05.2018

Players Championship: Swerve big guns to find value

The big guns are out in force on the PGA Tour this week for the prestigious Players Championship, with the world’s top 50 all in the field for the so-called ‘fifth major’, Phil Casey writes. That is reflected in the Players Championship odds with Jason Day, Jordan Spieth, Rory McIlroy, and Justin Thomas joint favourites More...
Rocco Forte Open: Heisele can continue good form
Tony Kelshaw 08.05.2018

Rocco Forte Open: Heisele can continue good form

After tipping the winner of GolfSixes for the second year running, attention switches to an event which provided our biggest success to date, Phil Casey writes. Ireland beat another of our tips, the 50/1 England Women’s team of Charley Hull and Georgia Hall in the quarter-finals, another selection South Korea in the semi-finals and then More...
GolfSixes: Danish delight for Olesen and Bjerregaard
Andrew McDermott 01.05.2018

GolfSixes: Danish delight for Olesen and Bjerregaard

Last year’s inaugural GolfSixes event gave us a 9/1 winner and was largely deemed a success, but that has not stopped the European Tour from making some further innovations, Phil Casey writes. Sixteen teams will again compete over six holes of greensomes match play, where both players tee off on each hole, then choose the best More...
Wells Fargo Championship: Fresh Matsuyama to be in contention
Andrew McDermott 01.05.2018

Wells Fargo Championship: Fresh Matsuyama to be in contention

After last week’s two-man team event in New Orleans, normal serviced is resumed on the PGA Tour this week with the Wells Fargo Championship, Phil Casey writes. And after a one-off trip to Eagle Point Golf Club, the tournament returns to its usual home of Quail Hollow, which was preparing to stage the US PGA Championship More...
Zurich Classic: Thomas and Cauley tipped to shine
Andrew McDermott 24.04.2018

Zurich Classic: Thomas and Cauley tipped to shine

There’s a welcome change of pace this week with the Zurich Classic of New Orleans employing a team format for the second year running, Phil Casey writes. Eighty two-man teams will compete for a first prize of just over $1million (US dollars) each, with fourballs played in the first and third round and foursomes on More...
Volvo China Open: Fox in the hunt
Andrew McDermott 24.04.2018

Volvo China Open: Fox in the hunt

After Alexander Levy gave us a 25/1 winner in Morocco, the European Tour makes the long journey east for the Volvo China Open, Phil Casey writes. And with the Frenchman being the defending champion at Topwin Golf and Country Club, which enjoys spectacular views of the Great Wall of China, it is no surprise he is the More...
Valero Texas Open: Palmer picked to ease our Heritage pain
Andrew McDermott 17.04.2018

Valero Texas Open: Palmer picked to ease our Heritage pain

Si Woo Kim came agonisingly close to giving us a 100/1 winner in the RBC Heritage, blowing a two-shot lead with four holes to play before losing out in a play-off, Phil Casey writes. And although that near-miss is hard to take, there’s no time to dwell on the disappointment as the PGA Tour moves More...
Hassan II Trophy: Levy fancied in each-way market
Andrew McDermott 17.04.2018

Hassan II Trophy: Levy fancied in each-way market

Low scoring was the order of the day in last week’s Open de Espana, but a different test is on the cards for the Hassan II Trophy in Morocco, Phil Casey writes. The halfway cut in Madrid fell at four under and 38 players finished double digits under par, a feat which could well be More...
RBC Heritage: Kuchar can repeat 2014 triumph
Andrew McDermott 11.04.2018

RBC Heritage: Kuchar can repeat 2014 triumph

It was a case of close but no cigar last week as all four of our selections finished in the top 15 at the Masters but outside the money, Phil Casey writes. There is no rest for the wicked or the PGA Tour, which moves on to Harbour Town in South Carolina for the RBC More...
US Masters: Rose can bloom to take green jacket
Stuart Walker 02.04.2018

US Masters: Rose can bloom to take green jacket

CLICK HERE! to bet on the US Masters There is something undeniably special about the Masters, whether because it’s the first major of the year or because it’s the only one always played at the same venue. The fact that venue is the beautiful Augusta National also helps, with almost every hole – especially on More...
Shell Houston Open: Four to watch in each-way market
Andrew McDermott 27.03.2018

Shell Houston Open: Four to watch in each-way market

CLICK HERE! to bet on the Houston Open After last week’s match-play interlude in Austin, normal service is resumed on the PGA Tour with this week’s Shell Houston Open, Phil Casey writes. The Golf Club of Houston is set up to try to resemble conditions at Augusta National and means the likes of Phil Mickelson, Jordan More...
WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play: McIlroy to contend once more
Andrew McDermott 20.03.2018

WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play: McIlroy to contend once more

CLICK HERE! to bet on the WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play The world’s best players enjoy a break from their regular diet of 72-hole strokeplay with this week’s WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play, Phil Casey writes. The top 64 in the world rankings qualify for the £7.1million event, but Henrik Stenson, Rickie Fowler and Justin Rose have More...
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