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Old 16-07-17, 22:37   #841
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Got him in running myself too. Value wasn't there pre and we probably won't get value on him again for a long time. Such an interesting player. Has a big future imo. Will the open suit him?
Open should suit but he will be high as a kite after that. Very hard to follow up after first win the next week. (Especially a major)
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Old 17-07-17, 08:43   #842
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Was it Thechamp who was following Bryson over the cliff? Hope you stuck with him
Of course I didn't. Had similar with Berger last year.
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Old 17-07-17, 22:50   #843
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Old 18-07-17, 09:43   #844
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Backed Dufner, Kjeldsen and Russell Henley with SB and PP.

Balls deep in Dufner even opened a matchbook account to get over 200/1.
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Old 18-07-17, 09:48   #845
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saw a note from myself from2012 to back Zach J for 1st round leader. hmm gotta do it for thursday now after reading that. i gots the sickness.
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Old 18-07-17, 11:07   #846
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On Grace. Like him this week.
Nibble on Kaymer at big prices. No form but his price reflects it. Doesn't like missing cuts at opens. Good wind and bad weather player. Thought he'd have challenged for an Open at this stage.

Main bet will be Sergio to do the O'Meara.

But I set a rule in 2014 for when Rory clears 20s and he's there. Still undecided.
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Old 18-07-17, 11:44   #847
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jThorbjorn Olesen is great value with PP. 150/1 just stands out for me. He's inconsistent but there have been signs of improvement in this area and maturity of late. He is well able to win and has contended at big tournaments before. Often the play with him is to give him a few holes and then decide whether to back or not. It doesn't take long to see if he's on a going day. He has the talent.

Agree with Silver Tiger on Grace. He's available at 50s because he hasn't had a great year. But signs of life in Scotland last week, coupled with his ability to perform on the big stage, make him difficult to ignore.

Elbows is right about Dechambeau...however, I can't resist backing him. This week could tell a lot about him. Capable of anything. Could turn up with a snooker cue to do his putting for the week.

That's all I have for now. May add more. Burnt Cheeseburger is so consistent. He probably places and is a huge price but I'm just not a huge fan.

Harrington and Lowry will have to be backed also.

I'm liking Camillo Villegas in the Barbasol. Will double him up with a few.
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Old 18-07-17, 11:48   #848
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On Grace. Like him this week.
Nibble on Kaymer at big prices. No form but his price reflects it. Doesn't like missing cuts at opens. Good wind and bad weather player. Thought he'd have challenged for an Open at this stage.

Main bet will be Sergio to do the O'Meara.

But I set a rule in 2014 for when Rory clears 20s and he's there. Still undecided.
I only asked that question last night, when was the last time Rory was 20s in a tournament.

Rory, Fitzpatrick and Knox for the interest
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Old 18-07-17, 12:44   #849
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Apparently Conor Mcgregor has bought Golf clubs and is going to win this fucking event next year bitches.
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Old 18-07-17, 13:10   #850
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Rose on the nose. 20/1
Harman on the ....ew (couldn't get anything to rhyme with Harman) 125/1
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Old 18-07-17, 16:37   #851
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...Harrington...Nothing else needs to be backed...(Will likely back more but you get the point)...
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Old 18-07-17, 17:24   #852
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Sergio main bet 20/1, Wiesberger 180's and Si Woo Kim 310's
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Old 18-07-17, 19:42   #853
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Mike Lorenzo Vera 250/1 FRL. Might have a couple more tomorrow
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Old 18-07-17, 19:58   #854
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Matsuyama 22/1, Koepka 33/1, Holmes 125/1
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Old 19-07-17, 06:58   #855
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all joking aside Zach J is playing well, not fazed by BO and is a good trading pick for profit.
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Old 19-07-17, 10:44   #856
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Backed Dufner, Kjeldsen and Russell Henley with SB and PP.

Balls deep in Dufner even opened a matchbook account to get over 200/1.
You stole my Kjeldsen plan!

50 e/w at 150/1. Gogogo.
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Old 19-07-17, 12:15   #857
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...Harrington...Nothing else needs to be backed...(Will likely back more but you get the point)...
As much as id like him to win have you watched him play recently, Happy Gilmore eat your heart out.
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Old 19-07-17, 14:55   #858
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Backed Dufner, Kjeldsen and Russell Henley with SB and PP.

Balls deep in Dufner even opened a matchbook account to get over 200/1.
Gambling illegal in Indonesia but managed to get on the above, Coleys and Paddy H.

Should make the Sunday fear a bit more bearable.
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Old 19-07-17, 16:16   #859
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Fowler looking likely to go off exchange fav, seems consistently looking like a deer in the headlights on major Sunday's doesn't put some people off.
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Old 19-07-17, 19:22   #860
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Sergio

Grace
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Thomas
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Rory left. Day twice the price despite having the same shite season. Day at 40s to win a golf tournament deserves to be looked at.
Reminiscent of Phil in 2011 who was 50s. Came second.
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