This is a guest post from Steve, who is the best PGA golf handicapper I know of, and the best golf handicapper world wide offering his services online. If you are interested in his British Open Picks for this week’s 2011 tournament visit www.GolfBanker.com – enjoy!
This week the best players on the planet will be competing at Royal St. Georges for the chance to win The British Open. The Open has long since been known as the most difficult major to win and this year will be no different. Though Tiger Woods is not competing, we have stars such as Rory McIlroy, Lee Westwood, Phil Mickelson and Luke Donald, all looking for their first Claret Jug.
As many of you know or have heard, I am a professional golf handicapper who has been doing this for the past 7 years. Over the course of the last 5 years I have made a profit every single year for my clients and myself. I tend to put extra effort into the majors and enjoy doing the 2500 word write-up and preview to go along with the picks.
So far this season I have compiled a record of 3 outright winners that have resulted in +14 Units. To go along with this excellent record, my clients and I have also gone 56-37 in head to head golfer matchups resulting in +14.6 units. For a 6th straight year we are driving towards an overall profit as we are already up over 28 Units with my picks.
This week I have enjoyed previewing the Links Style golf and look to cash on another big winner. The British Open is the pinnacle of Golf Wagering and always makes for a very entertaining tournament. For some reason relative unknowns seem to emerge over the course of The Open and have won bettors between 200/1 and 350/1 payouts.
Royal St George’s is possibly the oddest course on the British Open circuit and will challenge the players greatly. Look for a score of –5 to win the Championship, and that is if the winds do not pick up too much. You will have the opportunity to see players playing one of the greatest tests in golf and I would like everyone to join us for our winning weekend.
By following the link below you can sit back and let me do all the work. I watch both Tours every single week and have a computer full of statistics and write-ups on everyone. With these statistic and golf knowledge I look to make this Sunday at the British Open a profitable one for everyone. It should be a great week of golf and wagering.
British Open Betting Odds:
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Rory mcIlroy (7.65)
Luke Donald (11.25)
Lee Westwood (12.00)
Martin Kaymer (25.00)
Graeme McDowell (33.00)
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