GOLF: A break even week – is that good or bad?

Good, is the answer.  Good.  Good.  Good.

I was chatting to a mate of mine last night who also likes to bet on the golf.  We were saying the same thing – if you can break even on the weeks you don’t win, essentially treading water whilst waiting for the next big win, then all is well.  The thing about golf betting of course, is that those weeks without a win can mount up.  We all know this is a long term game, especially so when wagering on golf.

The trouble is, after the absolutely blistering start to the year we’ve had, I’d kinda grown accustomed to not waiting for long before another winner hit.  So this week, I’ve taken a very deliberate mental adjustment, and am looking at a week in which each service essentially broke even as a good week.  Let’s not get carried away.  Let’s be patient.  Who knows when the next winner will come along.  It could be this week, it could be next month.  It could be in three months time.

Golf Insider (200pt bank): Staked 131pts, -28.734pts, roi -21.93%, roc -14.36%, High 14.35pts, CDD: -43.084pts, Max DD: -60.715pts

 PGA Profit (500): Staked 350pts, +87.73pts, roi 25.06%, roc 17.54%, High +178.5pts, CDD: -90.77pts, Max DD: -90.77pts

 Weekly Golf Value (2,000): 3,086pts, +1,635.01pts, roi 52.98%, roc 81.75%, High 1,928.81pts, CDD: -293.8pts, Max DD: -330.4pts.

Total ROI: 37.53%.  ROC: 41.67%.

*ROI – Return On investment, ROC – Return On Capital (ie. bank growth), CDD – Current Drawdown, Max DD – Maximum Drawdown

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