We are definitely getting into the business end of the 2015 PGA tour season. We had a solid year last season but this year has been very, very profitable. Hope you have been following @johnnyhouston7 tips and we are looking forward to more success for the rest of the season.
Here is a summary of Houston’s golf betting tips so far this season:
Our first winner for the season started with the Farmers Insurance Open where we had Jason Day to finish in the Top 10. In hindsight that might feel like a loss because he went on to actually win it. However, if you’re applying bankroll management to your sports betting then it was still a great bet and a profitable week. After that we went on an unbelievable hot streak, picking four winners at tournaments including Pebble Beach, WGC Cadillac, Shell Houston and the Zurich Classic.
Pebble Beach - winner at $21-1
WGC Cadillac - winner at $23-1
Shell Houston - winner at $30-1
Zurich Classic - Winner at $11-1
The largest odds winner was JB Holmes at $30-1 with the average win value equalling $21.25 for the four winners. You’re probably wondering what the secret is and although I won’t tell you exactly how I pick my winners (we do want you to return here throughout the season) I can tell you it involves:
- Analysing the same tournament in previous seasons including historic look at placings and round scores for any and all players we are looking at.
- What tools the golfer needs in their arsenal to challenge for the win at any given course.
- The golf course layout and how that relates to each golfer’s strengths and weaknesses
- Weather predictions
- Player tendencies and current form going into a tournament
So as you can see there are plenty of elements that I consider before putting up picks. Continue to check our twitter and web articles for future picks and recommendations and we will continue to work hard to give you the best opportunity every week to make a profit.
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