Golf 2019

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  1. Feb 20, 2019
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  2. Mar 17, 2019
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    Fantastic final round here. Furyk playing some great golf. We are a Rory bogey off from a 5 man play off if this carrys through

    edit theres the bogey
  3. Mar 17, 2019
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    Well we're not getting that playoff at -14, as Furyk just posted one better. Rory is at that same score with opportunities to come though. He's due to win one, he's been great so far this year.
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    This is seriously gutsy stuff by Rory at the 18th, I'd be bricking it. Two puts to win.
  5. Apr 4, 2019
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    Who's everyone backing in the Masters

    I've gone

    Rahm - £6
    Matsuyama - £4
    Smith - £7
    Soufle - £9
  6. Apr 4, 2019
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    Not Jordan Spieth in any case. You have to wonder what's going on with him. On the other hand, his record at Augusta is stellar, so you never know.
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    He played horribly for all of last year but still almost won at Augusta so I wouldn't rule him out. McIlroy is rightly the favourite but wins are so rare in golf that there's very little point backing the favourite, I would expect Casey (who has a very good record at the Masters) and Molinari (who is playing brilliantly) to do well.
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    Fleetwood 30/1 £5 win
    Casey 30/1 £5 win
    Kucher 45/1 £5 e/w
    Reed 55/1 £5 e/w

    Cheeky £5 on Tiger to miss the cut at 6/1. Hasn't missed the cut at the Masters since 1996 i think, so well due
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  10. Apr 10, 2019
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    Thats because he's Tiger Woods...
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    I'm gonna pop £100 on Tiger and £100 on Brooks I think
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    Went for Rory in the end, with ew's on Fleetwood and Schaufelle
  13. Apr 11, 2019
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    • Hideki Matsuyama 25/1
    • Matt Kuchar 33/1
    • Marc Leishman 33/1
    • Xander Schauffele 35/1
    • Gary Woodland 60/1
    A few e/w bets to maintain some interest over the weekend.
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    Koepka is an odd one because he's been in poor form, he lost about 10 kilos (apparently because he's on the cover of ESPN magazine's Body issue) which led to him losing about 12 yards off the tee and he hasn't yet got his full yardage back despite putting most of the weight back on. That being said he's never been a particularly consistent player in the regular tour events and has shown a propensity before to turn it on at the majors so it definitely isn't beyond him to do it again, especially given he has a decent record at Augusta.
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    Only 33/1 for Kucher? I got 45/1 with Willie Hills on Tuesday
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    Buchan has whacked the hammer to Roswell

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    Paddy Powers. They’re paying more places than the other firms but the odds aren’t as good.
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    Aye, just looked. Paying out 10 places, i might just have myself a bit of that.
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    Anybody put money on Speith missing the cut? already at 4+ through the front nine.
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    He's brought it back to +3 but already 9 shots behind the leader.

    Tiger looked good and probably should have been -4. Same first round score as 97.

    Rory looking meh at +1
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    Who's watching the Masters? Around 35 mins for live coverage to start properly.
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    Here, everyone seems hit and miss, it's class to watch.

    Koepka with a worldly yesterday, as did dechambeu yet today they were both wild.

    Up steps molinari!
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    altodevil Just another Duffy

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    If anyone needs help watching, let me know.
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    Molinari in the zone today.
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    pretty happy with my selections so far, Rahm and Smith doing well and hoping Souffle can get into the mix this evening.
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    Feck sake Tiger just dropped a shot after birdie at the last:rolleyes:
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    Jason Day now co-leader.

    Old man Mickelson rolling along nicely.
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    Starting again now it seems. Tiger in the zone before the break.
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    Tiger getting a two footed challenge from a security dude :lol:
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    feck tiger is a freak
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    Also if Adam Scott could put :(
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    Excellent second round by Tiger so far.

    Great start to the tournament.
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    Fair play to him. If he keeps this up I have three bets all vying to win and I also have them all each way.
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    Slapped a fiver on Scott when he was 40/1, which I felt was a super price considering he was -3 at the time. He's now 10/1.

    Will prob put 10 e/w on Koepka (7/1), who I tipped pre tourney, for a decent bit of interest for the weekend.
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    https://mobile.twitter.com/NoLaying...1888586.bing-amp.net/1901081935550/frame.html

    Rahm’s pure shank for a second shot from the middle of the 8th. fairway was unbelievable, he wasn’t trying to play cute in any way, he was going for the green from 200+ yards out. Looks like he got a bit forward on his toes upon impact.

    I love it how he turns immediately to his right after catching it flush on the hosel, trying to play it off due to crowd noise, etc. (or to his caddie to find out where his ball went).