Another big winner golf tipster winner – this time at 250/1!

Over the past 12 months, I have been reporting back regularly on just why so many shrewd bettors are now turning to golf to make a profit. It’s one reason why just last month, my team and I published a special golf betting report on a trio of profitable tipsters making the sport pay.

…And just last night, this focus on golf paid out once again in a BIG way with a huge 250/1 winner from one of the golf tipsters reviewed and recommended by the SBC team in this report.

The golfer in question was Scotsman, Martin Laird who after leading for long periods of day 4, slipped up towards the end of his round before winning in a playoff to spark celebrations from us all here at SBC Towers.

(If you want to see a few of my winning bet slips on Laird – drop me an email and I will be happy to share them!)

Laird’s victory was the latest in a long line of winners from this particular golf tipster, including 4 more at 3-figure-odds in the last year alone: Marc Warren (150/1), Rasmus Hojgaard (200/1), Corey Conners (175/1) and Cameron Champ (150/1).

Since 2014, this golfing expert has now made a 31.88% ROI from 2586 bets at level stakes as you can see in the table below:

Proving beyond reasonable doubt, this expert knows how to make a profit betting!

Why It’s Time To Consider Betting on Golf…

The reason for my post today is not to gloat about a big winner but to encourage you to consider golf as a betting medium, especially in conjunction with some of the high quality golf tipsters as tracked, rated and recommended by the SBC review team.

Such as those we reviewed in our recent Golf Betting Special – available to read the instant you join us at SBC.

It’s not just access to all our golf tipster reviews and recommendations available with an SBC membership that is worth exploring, but also access to the significant saving deals we negotiate on your behalf.

In fact, the golf tipster celebrating this 250/1 winner today has also put together a very special membership deal for SBC members interested in following him in – which saves 33% on the cost of joining him for a full year.

Savings you can put in your back pocket and help you commit towards following this proven golf tipster during the rest of 2020 and beyond and to see what all the fuss is about!

This special saving of 33% is available exclusively via the Smart Betting Club as part of the discounts we negotiate on our members behalf.

So if interested in betting on golf, sign-up for SBC today to discover more on this very special offer and take advantage of one of the very best sports to bet on and tipsters to follow

Once you have signed-up, drop me an email (pete@smartbettingclub.com) and I will send you details on how to sign-up to this fantastic Golf tipster with the 33% discount.

 

Best Regards

Peter Ling

Smart Betting Club Owner and Founder

Win or lose today at the US Open, here are 3 ways to make a long-term golf betting profit

It’s the final day of the US Open golf tournament today and several well tipped up players such as Harris English (66/1), Xander Schauffele (14/1) and Hideki Matsuyama (33/1) are all in with a fighting chance of success.

Yet whether these bets win or lose, golf betting continues to be extremely attractive for several reasons (ease of getting on, profitability, exchange usage) and if yet to do so, make sure you check out the special golf betting report now available to SBC members.

This 45-page special report includes 3 major golf tipster reviews including:

  1. Our review of Ben Coley’s free tips from the Sporting Life and how to follow on the exchanges. Ben has made 696 points profit since 2017 and is up 75% ROI already for 2020!
  2. Our in-depth review of the the New ‘Hall of Fame’ rated golf system ideal for everyone from the big staking professional to the small staking newcomer.
  3. Our review of another long-running golf service and the profits consistently made since 2014 for subscribers. At the last count, this stood at 30.65% ROI from 2143 bets at simple level stakes. SBC members can also gain access to an exclusive 33% discount on the cost of membership.

Access to this golf betting special report is available NOW with a Smart Betting Club membership. Sign-up now to gain instant access

See you on the inside!

Peter Ling
Smart Betting Club Editor

An Interview With Golf Tipster, Ben Coley

Ben Coley is a golf tipster on fire with a 1-2 finish in the Portugal Masters at 18/1 and 70/1 on Sunday taking the profits from his tips this year alone up to 466 points at a ridiculously high 75% Return on Investment.

Best of all – Ben supplies all of these tips for free via his weekly Sporting Life columns and so I am delighted to share today an exclusive interview with him on his long-term golf betting success. Perfectly timed for those of you thinking of following him in during this weeks US Open and beyond.

If you enjoy this interview, you can read a full review of Ben’s tipping performance dating back to 2017, including our guidance on how best to follow his tips each week in the new Golf Betting Special Report now available to Smart Betting Club members.

Access to this golf report and our detailed reviews of the 2 other profitable golf tipsters inside it (read more on review#1 and review #2), can be gained the instant you join the Smart Betting Club

Ben Coley Interview

SBC: Hi Ben, thanks for agreeing to this interview! You are a very well-known name on the golf betting circuit these days, yet can you begin by outlining what attracted to you to betting on golf?

Ben: A love of golf, primarily. I started playing from a very young age and was handy for a while and it was always my favourite sport to watch on TV. The betting side was of course just as important; as the son of a betting shop manager I grew up settling football coupons at the dinner table on a Saturday night and I got a job at the head office of an independent firm when I was 16, again through the old man. It very much runs in the family.

SBC: Most people know about you from your Sporting Life tipping columns on golf betting, which continue to be very popular. How did this come about and when did you start writing and tipping for them?

Ben: I’ve been very, very lucky, and worked hard. After studying journalism at university (‘studying’ used loosely), I went back to work at the same place I’d been at since I was 16 and could easily have settled in for the long haul. Instead I took a chance on a low-paid radio job in Leeds and moved there at 23, and I’m still here at 34. The radio gig was in the same building as Sporting Life, who were under the same umbrella at the time, as was the digital side of Sky Sports. That’s how I met my first editor and Dave Tindall, who was working for Sky and Golf365 but writing betting previews for the Life, too. I’d been an avid reader of his for a long time and he was good enough to give me a chance.

I think it was my second or third preview when Bubba Watson somehow won a mad renewal of the Travelers at 50/1 and from that moment I became a regular contributor. I moved across to work full-time for Sporting Life not long after, and since 2015 I’ve been deputy editor there. I say that only to confirm that my job isn’t just golf tipping, thank heavens.

I think it was my second or third preview when Bubba Watson somehow won a mad renewal of the Travelers at 50/1 and from that moment I became a regular contributor

SBC: What is your normal column schedule for Sporting Life and what time and day can readers expect to find them published each week?

Ben: I begin writing my first preview at around 3pm every Monday and typically publish around 7pm, much of the research having been done the previous week. It varies as to whether I begin with the PGA or European Tour but generally the former now as for obvious reasons they reach a broader audience. Whichever preview comes next, that would usually be out by Tuesday lunchtime but sometimes other things get in the way. Mainly Zoom at the moment.

SBC: You preview and tip in both the PGA and European Tour events. Do you have any preference as per which tour offers the best value betting opportunities?

Ben: 100% the European Tour. I would say my best-known winners have still been the PGA Tour (Russell Henley at 300/1 in the Honda or Andrew Landry at 200/1 in Texas) but year after year it seems the standard increases and it’s very difficult to get the market leaders beat. Then you’ve got to establish whether it will be JT’s week, or Rory’s, or DeChambeau’s, or Rahm’s, and it’s difficult – especially when you’ve a general tendency to take on board more risk for a bigger price.

That’s why DJ winning the Travelers at 30/1 this year was so satisfying and why Koepka letting slip the St Jude at 33/1 was so infuriating. The European Tour is weaker, I would say those setting the odds know a little less about it, and there’s greater variety in terms of courses and conditions. All those things present opportunity, the one caveat being that players are far less reliable as a rule and Sundays can be fairly brutal if you are watching.

SBC: Onto the main reason for our interview – the excellent long-term profits you have achieved. Sporting Life have your record for the past 5 years at over 1000 points profit since 2016. Do you have any idea on other key metrics such as your Return on Investment, number of bets or the average amount staked per month or year?

Ben: Most months I stake 60-70 points, and on average it’d be around 750 per year on outright markets, meaning around 800 when you add major specials. Number of bets would be around five and a half per tournament on average, as I typically vary between five and six, sometimes seven or eight but occasionally only two or three. ROI-wise I hit between a 20 and 25% from 2015 onwards but I do appreciate it can be hard to get on at the advised prices sometimes, so all numbers have that asterisk for all that I’m proud of my record.

ROI-wise I hit between a 20 and 25% from 2015 onwards but I do appreciate it can be hard to get on at the advised prices sometimes

SBC: Furthermore – Sporting Life don’t list a record for you prior to 2016 but do highlight you were tipping between 2010 and 2015 and some of the winners you backed. Do you have any figures on overall profits, ROI etc… that you can share?

Ben: I’m afraid I don’t and it’s best I don’t get into the why – might swear and/or get in trouble. Suffice to say those records, both individually and for the entire site dating back as far as 2003, have been lost. I have some numbers but without any means of proving them I have to rely on 2016 onward, which I do think gives a fair indication of what to expect. Hopefully, 2020 will be my best year yet and I won’t have to bemoan the fact that 2012 and 2014 have been expunged.

SBC: Back to present day and you have been in superb form throughout this truncated golfing year with more than 450 points in the bag for 2020 already, yet in 2019 you lost 145 points. Do you feel this is ‘par for the course’ (pun intended) when golf betting and how patient do people need to be when golf betting and following your tips?

Ben: Yes, absolutely. I’ve probably improved in a couple of aspects, especially when it comes to the understanding and application of statistics. The PGA Tour has evolved rapidly in terms of breadth and quality of data and as a tipster you have to adjust, in the same way that a racing expert might now be incorporating sectionals and stride data.

It can throw you off, and I think that happened in 2019 as the European Tour also brought new numbers to the table – but the main difference between the two years can be described as rub of the green. I had a 100/1 play-off loser in December who ought to have won, and had he done so it basically takes care of everything; four or five tips won the week after I’d selected them, no end of close calls, and some potential season-changers just had difficult Sundays. Selections at 125/1, 66/1, 25/1 all leading with nine to play and not winning makes the world of difference and in 2020 things have just gone the other way. I’ve had 250/1 and 150/1 winners which went down the last, a 50/1 play-off winner who ought to have been beaten in regulation, and a couple of others who fell over the line somewhat.

Sami Valimaki winning in Oman at 250s was outrageous in the way the cards fell and last year I’d probably have been on Brandon Stone, who had been on my shortlist for the event and had his pocket picked on the very last hole. That’s golf betting in a nutshell.

Selections at 125/1, 66/1, 25/1 all leading with nine to play and not winning makes the world of difference and in 2020 things have just gone the other way

SBC: I can certainly relate to that as I am sure many readers can given how all-or-nothing betting on golf can be at times.

Given the above, I am interested to know how you cope with the frustrations that golf betting can bring. What advice do you have for punters following you in on dealing with the inevitable losing runs?

Ben: I take to twitter, basically. Otherwise I’ve been doing it long enough that I can generally get over things quickly, after a tweet storm or a WhatsApp or two, and a sleep. I would also say that golf is a bit different to most other sports for those reasons – even the strongest favourite on the PGA Tour now might have a 15% chance of actually winning.

I write long, detailed previews, and fortunately numbers remained strong when the tips weren’t going well. That means I can sit down the next Monday and type knowing it’s not for nothing, whatever happens. Relatedly I think in general, there aren’t many people who follow every point and every selection. They read the analysis, read someone else’s, combine it with their own ideas, and might take one or two of mine. And at risk of sounding glib, if ever there was a time to remember this job is a bit daft – like, its very existence sometimes seems amazing to me – it is now. So what if things don’t go well for a while. I know what I’m doing, I’m trying my best every single week, and I feel lucky to have a loyal readership who understand the nature of the sport.

There’s some pressure, but not stress, and I think that’s an important distinction. Plus it helps that my wife really couldn’t care less and my son is far too young to. It’s hard to justify dwelling on things for too long.

I’m trying my best every single week, and I feel lucky to have a loyal readership who understand the nature of the sport.

SBC: Some good advice there – it sounds like you have a good mindset and setup on how to cope with the stress and strains of golf betting, especially when as a tipster you have a lot of people following you in each week.

Given the fluctuations across a standard 4 day golf event, do you ever trade on your tips in-play? For example if you back a golfer at 100/1 before the tournament starts and he is leading going into day 4. Would you lay him at a short price and lock in profit or simply let it ride out?

Ben: I used to, but trading was never really my forte. Enhanced each-way terms in golf also mean it’s less important, at least at a recreational level, and I pride myself on a record which can’t legislate for that. I put up Justin Thomas at Muirfield Village this summer and he led by three with three left, went 1.04, and didn’t win. I know some of my followers got out in front, some backed him each-way, but my win-only recommendation goes down as a loser. Silly as it may sound to your readers – serious, dare I say semi-professional punters – the things I value most in my job are the quality of my work and the record it helps produce. What I win or lose is secondary and always has been. I get paid to do it and that’s my priority.

SBC: A good staking plan is important whatever you bet on – can you outline how yours work and how you judge how much to risk on any given player or tournament in total?

Ben: I’m going to sound like a politician but there are many people with much brighter things to say about bankroll management and there’s nothing much I can bring to that table. I started off following the template Dave Tindall set for the website a long time ago and while the total investment has nudged up a little, a reflection of playing for seven or eight rather than five or six places, not much has changed. I tend to go win-only at shorter than 16/1, two points each-way from around 16 to 33, one from 40 to 200 and maybe a half from there, but it does vary according to confidence levels and each-way terms. I know some traders will tell you every price is bang on these days but I think that’s a total nonsense and if there’s a player I like at 250/1 who I think should be closer to 100s, I’ll go the full point, and so on. Sorry, this is a bit of a non-answer.

SBC: Finally, given your popularity in golf betting circles, what advice do you have for those worried about the odds on the golfers you identify being forced downwards by the bookmakers? I ask this as I note at times the odds do come under pressure!

Ben: I get asked this a lot and appreciate it can be difficult, although bookmakers do tend to be a little short-termist with it – six months ago most of my tips held in the market but now they shorten immediately. It’s a shame they can do so without laying a bet but I understand that side of the industry and the job they have to do. In terms of advice, have as many accounts as you can, be prepared to walk into a betting shop, and also keep an eye on the exchanges on a Wednesday.

Once things have died down you’ll often see my selections drift out again and while not reflected on the high street as it were, if you are an exchange punter you’ll often get a considerably bigger price

Once things have died down you’ll often see my selections drift out again and while not reflected on the high street as it were, if you are an exchange punter you’ll often get a considerably bigger price, particularly if they overreact to the weather forecast which does happen a fair bit.

Read More With An SBC Membership

You can read the full feature on Ben Coley’s free tips including our guidance on how best to follow him in each week in the new SBC Golf Betting Special Report.

Inside this report you can also read about:

1. The golf tipster with a track record of profit dating back 7 years with a 30.65% ROI from 2143 bets. Easy to follow on Betfair and with a 33% discount available to SBC members only.

2. The new Hall of Fame rated golf strategy/system with a 35.04% ROI in real life profits over the past year. Will appeal to everyone from the big staking professional to the small staking newcomer.

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Discover the best golf tipsters 🏌️⛳ starting with this new ‘Hall of Fame’ rated expert (a must read review!)

Today has seen the publication of the first tipster review from our forthcoming special golf betting report and it’s safe to say this is not a tipster service you want to miss out on.

In fact, this golf tipster has gone straight into our ‘Hall of Fame’ because they…

  • Offer a simple, profitable strategy for betting on golf that anyone can follow and use.
  • In tracking have made a 35.04% ROI in real life profits over the past year.
  • Appeal to everyone from the big staking professional to the small staking newcomer.
  • Are affordably priced (yet also offer a 20% discount on their cost to SBC members only)

To fully explore their service, our 6500 word review showcases all aspects of what is on offer and this alongside a video walkthrough we have also produced, outlines how you can maximise your profits using it.

Access to this new review and all parts of our forthcoming special golf report – which includes 2 more golf tipster reviews due for publication soon is available with a Smart Betting Club membership.

Sign-up now to gain instant access

See you on the inside!

Peter Ling
Smart Betting Club Editor

Are you betting on golf yet? Another big 150/1 win for this tipster says you should be …

Prior to Christmas, I sent an email out highlighting just how Golf betting was a sport to be focusing on in 2020 and discussed the extra strong-form from one recommended golf tipster service recently with winners at 175/1, 200/1 and 150/1.

This claim was backed up once again yesterday when the very same expert golf tipster picked out the 150/1 winner Marc Warren in the Austrian Open.

This huge result made it 4 big winners at 150/1 and above in the past 12 months alone and the tipster in question is now up 280 points profit @ 57.85% ROI since the start of 2019. That is at 1 point level stakes on each golfer tipped up in question.

Long-term his results also stack up with now 740 points profit (at 1 pt level stakes) at 30.08% ROI since 2014 from over 2500 bets.

Proving beyond reasonable doubt, this expert knows how to make a profit betting!

Why It’s Time To Consider Betting on Golf…

The reason for my article today is not to gloat about a big winner but to encourage you to consider golf as a betting medium, especially in conjunction with some of the high quality golf tipsters as tracked, rated and recommended by the SBC review team.

Already we have a handful of high quality golf tipsters that we advocate to SBC members (like the expert above) with several more golf tipster reviews to share in coming months.

Many of whom you can follow with either bookmakers or on betting exchanges like Betfair.

It’s not just access to all our golf tipster reviews and recommendations available with an SBC membership that is worth exploring, but also access to the significant saving deals we negotiate on your behalf.

In fact, the golf tipster celebrating this 150/1 winner today has also put together a very special membership deal for SBC members interested in following him in – which saves 33% on the cost of joining him for a full year.

Savings you can put in your back pocket and help you commit towards following this proven golf tipster during the rest of 2020 and beyond and to see what all the fuss is about!

At simple £25 stakes, this golf tipster made a profit of £7,000 since the start of 2019 alone. The cost of following for 12 months comes to just over 5% of that with this special deal.

This special saving of 33% is available exclusively via the Smart Betting Club as part of the discounts we negotiate on our members behalf.

So if interested in betting on golf, sign-up for SBC today to discover more on this very special offer and take advantage of one of the very best sports to bet on and tipsters to follow

Once you have signed-up, drop me an email (pete@smartbettingclub.com) and I will send you details on how to sign-up to this fantastic Golf tipster with the 33% discount.

Best Regards

Peter Ling

Smart Betting Club Owner and Founder

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My Email From The 13th December

Below, I have copied my original email sent on the 13th December 2019 about golf….

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Let me ask you a simple question about your betting

Are you doing it for fun and to make watching what you bet on more interesting?

OR

Are you betting to make money?

Because whilst there is absolutely nothing wrong with the former (if betting sensibly of course) it is only if you are interested in the latter – betting to make money, that SBC can actually really start to help you.

Because when you are betting to win, to a certain extent it matters not what you are actually betting on.

Ultimately it is the profits in your betting account that determine everything and not whether you like watching the sport itself. After all – a winning bet on Arbroath at 3/1 still pays the same as a winner on Man Utd at 3/1.

Which is why today I want to talk about the sport everyone should be betting on, yet many people keep criminally overlooking!

It’s a sport that allows big winners, has several high quality tipsters available and best of all – most, if not all bets can be placed on betting exchanges and often at great odds.

Providing access to quality tipsters you can follow without restrictions at a stroke.

Winners at 200/1, 175/1 and 150/1

One high quality tipster from this sport continues to prove evidence of its worth by firing in regular big priced winners and a consistent profit for the past 6 years.

On Sunday he picked up a 200/1 winner – to add to others at big prices such as 175/1 and 150/1 this year alone.

More than that – since 2014, this tipster has made some stunning profits long-term, with a 643.40 point profit (at 1 pt level stakes) as made over 2355 bets and all at a ROI of 27.32%.

At simple £25 stakes, that equates to a profit of £16,085.00 since 2014.

Many, if not all of these bets can also be placed on the betting exchanges, with usually some very competitive odds available too. You can usually beat the odds he quotes.

The Sport…Revealed!

OK so enough of the teasing – what exactly is the sport?

Its Golf.

Some label golf as a ‘good walk spoilt’ or a sport only worth watching during the Majors or the Ryder Cup.

The reality is for shrewd punters, the enjoyment factor of the sport matters not a jot.

Because as a betting proposition – it really ticks all the boxes.

So why do so few people bet on Golf especially in comparison to other sports?

Well there are a few reasons, but it seems one of the biggest is the low strike-rate of success for your bets.

Take the aforementioned high quality golf tipster for example – as the average odds of the outright tournament winner tips he puts forward are a shade under 80/1.

With the very best will in the world, you aren’t realistically going to back 80/1 winners every week or even every month and it is this low strike-rate that puts off many punters.

Even when betting each-way and getting a strong payout when your golfer places, this for some isn’t enough and the need to see winners on a regular basis finds them bailing out when things get tough.

Which of course is the worst thing you can do – like anyone who bailed out before the 200/1 winner, Rasmus Hojgaard struck last weekend for this golf tipster at the Mauritius Open will testify.

Make Golf Betting Great Again

SBC’s goal is to help as many people make money betting and with that in mind, I want to challenge you today to consider betting on golf next year.

As I mentioned earlier, you can bet on the exchanges and there are several quality tipsters including the aforementioned expert up 643 points at 27% ROI since 2014.

In fact, this golf tipster has also just agreed to a very special 2020 membership deal for SBC members interested in following him in – which saves 33% on the cost of joining him for a full year.

Savings you can put in your back pocket and help you commit towards following this proven golf tipster during 2020 and beyond and to see what all the fuss is about!

At simple £25 stakes, this golf tipster made a profit of £4,600 in 2019 alone. The cost of this discounted annual subscription comes to less than 7% of that figure.

This special saving of 33% is available exclusively via the Smart Betting Club as part of the discounts we negotiate on our members behalf.

So if interested in betting on golf, sign-up for SBC today to discover more on this very special offer and take advantage of one of the very best sports to bet on and tipsters to follow in 2020.

Once you have signed-up, drop me an email (pete@smartbettingclub.com) and I will send you details on how to sign-up to this fantastic Golf tipster with the 33% discount.

Subscribe NOW to the Smart Betting Club

 

Why you should be betting on golf if restricted to the exchanges (and 2 tipsters to follow)

Prior to Christmas, I penned an email to the SBC mailing list, highlighting just how Golf betting was a sport to be focusing on in 2020 and discussed the extra strong-form shown by one such golf tipster who bagged winners at 175/1, 200/1 and 150/1 during 2019.

Alongside this tipsters amazing run of form, my email also explained why betting on golf ticks a heck of a lot of boxes as….

1) It’s easy to get your bets on either with exchanges or bookmakers

AND

2) golf betting can make you a very strong ROI if patient enough to reap the rewards.

Evidence of this came once again for SBC members just last week when another golf expert – the free SBC tipster – PGA Profit made a superb profit backing a couple of big priced golfers in the form of Lanto Griffin and Kevin Kisner during the Sony Open.

Griffin was tipped in 3 markets – each-way at 100/1, to finish in the top ten at 15/2 (won) and in the top twenty at 4/1 (won).

Going one better – Kevin Kisner was also tipped in the same 3 markets and made a profit in all 3. Each-way at 50/1 (placed), top ten at 9/2 (won) and top twenty at 2/1 (won)

Best of all the bets on both Griffin and Kisner could also have been placed on the betting exchanges, where better prices could often be found.

For example, you could have got 110/1 on Lanto Griffin on Betfair rather than the 100/1 that PGA Profit quoted – which was available with 3 different bookmakers.

All of which highlights just how a tipster like PGA Profit and sport like golf is is one to consider adding to your portfolio for 2020.

Especially if you are fed up with bookmaker restrictions betting on other sports!

Follow PGA Profit With A SBC Membership

If you want to follow PGA Profit and gain access to their regular golf betting tips each week, then you can currently do exactly that with a Smart Betting Club membership.

Not only are these tips ‘betting exchange friendly’ but they come with a tremendous record as PGA Profit has made a 606 point profit @ 29.36% ROI from over 700 bets since 2018.

You can see a rundown on each bet by viewing the ‘PGA Profit’ results sheet here.

The reason we supply free access to tipsters like PGA Profit to SBC members is to provide you with several, ready to follow experts with a proven record of making profits to get you going.

Removing the need or worry that you have to stump up large sums of money in tipster subscription fees.

And for those of you that missed my email from the 12th December, I have copied it for you below. It also includes details on another exchange friendly golf tipster who fared extremely well in 2019.

Best regards,

Peter Ling
Smart Betting Club Editor

pete@smartbettingclub.com

 

My Original Email: Why so many punters are missing out on this outstanding betting angle

Let me ask you a simple question about your betting

Are you doing it for fun and to make watching what you bet on more interesting?

OR

Are you betting to make money?

Because whilst there is absolutely nothing wrong with the former (if betting sensibly of course) it is only if you are interested in the latter – betting to make money, that SBC can actually really start to help you.

Because when you are betting to win, to a certain extent it matters not what you are actually betting on.

Ultimately it is the profits in your betting account that determine everything and not whether you like watching the sport itself. After all – a winning bet on Arbroath at 3/1 still pays the same as a winner on Man Utd at 3/1.

Which is why today I want to talk about the sport everyone should be betting on, yet many people keep criminally overlooking!

It’s a sport that allows big winners, has several high quality tipsters available and best of all – most, if not all bets can be placed on betting exchanges and often at great odds.

Providing access to quality tipsters you can follow without restrictions at a stroke.

Winners at 200/1, 175/1 and 150/1

One high quality tipster from this sport continues to prove evidence of its worth by firing in regular big priced winners and a consistent profit for the past 6 years.

On Sunday he picked up a 200/1 winner – to add to others at big prices such as 175/1 and 150/1 this year alone.

More than that – since 2014, this tipster has made some stunning profits long-term, with a 643.40 point profit (at 1 pt level stakes) as made over 2355 bets and all at a ROI of 27.32%.

At simple £25 stakes, that equates to a profit of £16,085.00 since 2014.

Many, if not all of these bets can also be placed on the betting exchanges, with usually some very competitive odds available too. You can usually beat the odds he quotes.

The Sport…Revealed!

OK so enough of the teasing – what exactly is the sport?

It’s Golf.

Some label golf as a ‘good walk spoilt’ or a sport only worth watching during the Majors or the Ryder Cup.

The reality is for shrewd punters, the enjoyment factor of the sport matters not a jot.

Because as a betting proposition – it really ticks all the boxes.

So why do so few people bet on Golf especially in comparison to other sports?

Well there are a few reasons, but it seems one of the biggest is the low strike-rate of success for your bets.

Take the aforementioned high quality golf tipster for example – as the average odds of the outright tournament winner tips he puts forward are a shade under 80/1.

With the very best will in the world, you aren’t realistically going to back 80/1 winners every week or even every month and it is this low strike-rate that puts off many punters.

Even when betting each-way and getting a strong payout when your golfer places, this for some isn’t enough and the need to see winners on a regular basis finds them bailing out when things get tough.

Which of course is the worst thing you can do – like anyone who bailed out before the 200/1 winner, Rasmus Hojgaard struck last weekend for this golf tipster at the Mauritius Open will testify.

Make Golf Betting Great Again

SBC’s goal is to help as many people make money betting and with that in mind, I want to challenge you today to consider betting on golf next year.

As I mentioned earlier, you can bet on the exchanges and there are several quality tipsters including the aforementioned expert up 643 points at 27% ROI since 2014.

In fact, this golf tipster has also just agreed to a very special 2020 membership deal for SBC members interested in following him in – which saves 33% on the cost of joining him for a full year.

Savings you can put in your back pocket and help you commit towards following this proven golf tipster during 2020 and beyond and to see what all the fuss is about!

At simple £25 stakes, this golf tipster made a profit of £4,600 in 2019 alone. The cost of this discounted annual subscription comes to less than 7% of that figure.

This special saving of 33% is available exclusively via the Smart Betting Club as part of the discounts we negotiate on our members behalf.

So if interested in betting on golf, sign-up for SBC today to discover more on this very special offer and take advantage of one of the very best sports to bet on and tipsters to follow in 2020.

Once you have signed-up, drop me an email (pete@smartbettingclub.com) and I will send you details on how to sign-up to this fantastic Golf tipster with the 33% discount.

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How This Simple Golf Tips Strategy Made £8900 In 2011…

How This Simple Golf Strategy Made £8900 In 2011…

As a sport, golf can certainly divide opinions.

I quite enjoy spending a few hours hacking up the local pitch and put, but I know a good number of people who see it as a ‘good walk spoiled’.

One thing can’t be denied though – when attacked from the right angle, golf can be an incredibly profitable sport for betting no matter what you think of the sport.

With massive fields where even the favourite can be as high as 10/1, golf betting can offer rich rewards at big odds.

Of course, you need a strategy to make sure you’re able to pick up the bets with the biggest value. One angle I suggest you start with is course form. Here’s why…. Continue reading