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What has the Canberra Raiders being in the Grand Final got to do with golf betting? Find out on episode 11 of the Risk and Reward podcast when resident expert John Evans explains the concept of ‘crushing’.
Another big week of golf on the European Tour with Rory McIlroy heading the field at the Pro-Am Dunhill Links Championship.
A larger than normal field tackle three of Scotland’s finest layouts in the Old Course at St Andrews, Carnoustie and Kingsbarns.
It’s a style of golf unlike that faced most weeks by the players and that puts our resident expert John Evans right in his comfort zone as he hunts down several value propositions.
The tables are turned in world golf this week with the usually secondary European Tour taking centre stage with their flagship event, the BMW PGA Championship. Featuring one of the strongest fields of the year, resident expert John Evans has had to work extra hard to find value in the betting markets but he’s managed it admirably.
The world’s biggest circuit is back this week as the PGA Tour heads to The Greenbrier for one of the game’s longer running events.
Resident expert John Evans joins us and is in good spirits despite a less than stellar week last week because the return of the Big Show means the return of better markets.