Sometimes you make a decision and it takes time for that decision to pay off. Sometimes you make a decision and it doesn’t pay off at all. And just occasionally, very occasionally, you make a decision and it pays off handsomely almost straightaway.
The last of these scenarios is – thankfully – what has happened with my recent decision to start following PGA Profit Europe. I started to put money down on the selections just two weeks ago, and so have supported the picks financially across a mere two tournaments, and after Billy Horschel won this weekend’s BMW PGA Championship at Wentworth (33/1), it’s fair to say things have gone swimmingly. My ROI for the service so far (188.9%) says it all.
These ridiculously high levels won’t continue of course, and golf betting being what it is, that profit could easily dwindle away over the next few weeks, but let’s not think like that. Let’s instead congratulate the tipster and look forward to backing more winners. There are times when it really is best not to overthink or overanalyse things, and just enjoy the good times when they arrive.
With no PGA Tour event in the States this week, there was a week off of for PGA Profit, and only the one tournie for Golf Insider and Weekly Golf Value to target. The former produced a solid profit as a result of finding two golfers who finished in the places, including 150/1 shot Jamie Donaldson.
Sadly, no returns at all for WGV.
Golf Insider (200pt bank): Staked 258pts, -56.644pts, roi -21.95%, roc -28.32%, High 14.35pts, CDD: -70.994pts, Max DD: -90.494pts
PGA Profit (500): Staked 614pts, +167.79pts, roi 27.32%, roc 33.55%, High +193.53pts, CDD: -25.74pts, Max DD: -115.77pts
PGA Profit Europe (500): Staked 33pts, +62.347pts, roi 188.93%, roc 12.46%, High 62.347pts, CDD: 0pts, Max DD: 0pts
Weekly Golf Value (2,000): 4,878pts, +1,684.08pts, roi 34.52%, roc 84.2%, High 1,928.81pts, CDD: -244.73pts, Max DD: -461.8pts.
*ROI – Return On investment, ROC – Return On Capital (ie. bank growth), CDD – Current Drawdown, Max DD – Maximum Drawdown