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Golf Postcast: The Northern Trust | Czech Masters

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The head of the betting at the Northern Trust this weekend could be mistaken for a major field with the likes of Tiger Woods and Jason Day set to line up and the Postcast team have all the best angles.

Bruce Millington is joined on the show by Steve Palmer of the Racing Post and Paddy Power’s Iain McLaughlin to preview the action in New Jersey and the Czech Masters on the this side of the Atlantic

This week’s bets:

The Northern Trust
Steve’s outright – Jason Day
Steve’s others – Xander Schauffele, Nick Taylor, Aaron Wise

Iain’s outright – Jason Day
Iain’s others – Hideki Matsuyama, Patrick Reed, Brandt Snedeker

Czech Masters
Steve’s outright – Thomas Pieters
Steve’s others – Haydon Porteous, Dean Burmester

Iain’s outright – Dean Burmester
Iain’s others – Haydon Porteous, Jacques Krwyswisk

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5 thoughts on “Golf Postcast: The Northern Trust | Czech Masters

    1. Ross Fisher , agree…. nothing surer Webb will win this week. Yes , like none of these matches are corrupt in any way when every UK themed sport is sponsored by bookmakers.If they sponsored every event , which 99% they do, they be down a few million. Its not rocket science ….

    2. I want to know how he makes any money when he bets like 80% of favorites and Michael Van Gerwin at 1/2 every week???!!

  1. Possible candidate for unfortunately named golfer, Andrew Pratt

    No time for tipping, treating myself to an afternoon off as York looks like an excellent card today. Sometimes it can seem that making a few quid from Golf betting is an difficult as making vodka from cows milk…which is possible it seems.

    1. Got a few lunchtime betting tickles on…First Round leader…2 ew bets at big odds…Finau and Poulter. Poulter in particular is on the cusp of the Ryder Cup standings and 34th in the Fed Ex standings with the big final of Fed Ex only being the top 30. His formula seems to be start quick and hang on when he plays well in tournaments.

      12/1 ew Branden Grace in the Rest of the World market too. Seems more consistent than most in that market with 24,25 and 27th placed finishes in three of the four majors this year. Not much of a step up to start being a top grade golfer, but needs to do that to win this market.

      Speith is over priced of the biggies imo but will wait to see if he’s putting himself in the frame

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