Wells Fargo & Open De Espana 2015

No previews this week due to work commitments. Normal service will resume next week!

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Golf Monthly £10 ChallengeGM_masthead-630x176

Every week we’re running a weekly betting competition on both Tours with esteemed magazine Golf Monthly.  It is a bit of fun between us and them to see who has the better tipsters!  We have £10 to put on each tournament and will write up a weekly post for their site detailing the horrors we are sure to endure throughout the year – so keep an eye out.

It will also (for the first time from us at DownThe18th) show some sort of staking plan we have for out bets.  Obviously, this isn’t the exact stakes we will put on our players, some weeks we won’t even enter a couple of our picks, but at least it can be shown roughly where our thoughts are money wise.

Our £10(s) against Golf Monthly will be as follows  –

Open De Espana

£10win on Sergio Garcia at 5/1

Wells Fargo

£3.00 e/w on Phil Mickelson at 20/1

£1.50 e/w on Justin Thomas at 40/1

£0.50 e/w on Lucas Glover at 125/1

Each way bets ¼ odds for top 5 finish. Prices sourced from Paddy Power

Find the Golf Monthly Preview here (http://www.golf-monthly.co.uk/news/tour-news)

Current Standings after 17 weeks

DownThe18th                                 Golf Monthly

European Tour: £-58.70                  European Tour:  £-68.12

PGA Tour: £-23.94                           PGA Tour: £43.75

Total: £-82.64                                   Total: £-24.37

Golf Monthly leads by: £58.27

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