Golfing double header.

Two wins – one on the PGA Tour and one on the European – over the weekend meant it was a good week overall.  I mentioned recently that with general turnover down at the moment, the impact of golf betting on the overall profit and loss line will be exaggerated.

Firstly, Edwards Tips carried on their solid recent form by picking out Adrian Meronk (23.0) who won by a solitary stroke in Italy.  That was followed on Sunday evening by Weekly Golf Value hitting on Wyndham Clarke (70.0) who after a bit of a wobble in his final round ended up running out a comfortable winner.  Adding to the profit for WGV was Tyrrell Hatton who finished third.

There were a couple of other placed golfers for WGV too, another in the US and one in Europe so all in all an excellent week.  Only PGA Profit blanked and it’s only a matter of time before that hits on a winner.

One last observation today.  Those of you who place the odd football coupon bet in the bookies.  How often do you hand over the coupon, they stick it through the reader and it reads your bet accurately first time?  My experience – never!  The number of times they have to put it through numerous times, or add to the already exaggeratedly colouring in of the box indicating which team is being backed, or something…

It’s all very well, but this rigmarole in William Hill last week, meant I missed a bet on a DD/HH bet in the BetFred opposite, just because it took about ten minutes to get the bet on.  Pathetic!

Figures update on Wednesday.

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