The final major of 2017 is almost upon us. This year’s event is played at Quail Hollow, a stomping ground infamous for its status as the location of choice for Rory McIlroy’s first PGA Tour victory in 2010: he made the cut on the mark and shot a -16 weekend to storm home and win the Wells Fargo Championship in style. After a play-off loss … Continue reading US PGA Championship
Punters can be forgiven for feeling a little daunted by the clustered marketplace this week. With 11 players within the 14/1 to 25/1 range, and links specialists all the way down to 300/1, picking a winner requires the skill of a seasoned industry tipster. It requires #moxeystips. Continue reading “The Open”
Frequently dubbed as the most difficult of the four majors, the U.S. Open is this year played at Erin Hills, a course which can be stretched out to up to 8000 yards in length. Quite what the point would be in turning the event into a long drive contest is anyone’s guess but, given the fact the par for the course is the normal 72, the official yardage of 7741 does at least become a little less daunting.