We’ve had a couple of 1-2s on the golf this year, but I think (and bear in mind I’m getting older, and my memory might well be starting to play tricks with me) that this weekend saw me back the first three home.
Whilst Weekly Golf Value will be cursing their luck with two of their selections in the States finishing 2nd and 3rd, PGA Profit will be gladly taking all the plaudits as Max Homa came out of a right old tussle on the final day on top. I’m really pleased for PGA Profit The guy who runs it comes across as being a really genuine bloke who obviously cares about the service he’s providing. Golf betting can be cruel at times, and it can test the patience like no other sport, so when things go well, you’ve got to be chuffed for the good guys who put up the tips.
Of course when you back the first three home at big odds in a tournament, you can’t help but wonder what the “tricast” would have paid. I’ve not worked it out, but I reckon I could have retired on it! That’s never going to happen though. Instead, I’ll satisfy myself that PGA Profit has hit a new profit high for the year to date for me, as has the golf portfolio as a whole.
Ryder Cup this week so nothing to bet on. Should make for good viewing though. C’mon Europe!
Golf Insider (200pt bank): Staked 267pts, -62.944pts, roi -23.57%, roc -31.47%, High 14.35pts, CDD: -77.294pts, Max DD: -90.494pts
PGA Profit (500): Staked 634pts, +285.07pts, roi 44.96%, roc 57.01%, High +285.07pts, CDD: 0pts, Max DD: -115.77pts
PGA Profit Europe (500): Staked 37pts, +75.027pts, roi 202.77%, roc 15%, High 75.027pts, CDD: 0pts, Max DD: 0pts
Weekly Golf Value (2,000): 4,985pts, +1,718.98pts, roi 34.48%, roc 85.94%, High 1,928.81pts, CDD: -209.83pts, Max DD: -461.8pts.
Golf Totals: ROI 27.72%, ROC 53.11%