FREE GOLF BETTING TIPS
This is our weekly free betting tips to the European and PGA Tours. This guide will include a review of the course that the tournament is to be held on, as well as providing background information on how we feel certain players will do on that particular week.
Over the last eight years we have managed a great record of having a player placed in the Top 5 on both sides of the Atlantic most weeks. We supply three tips to win, two each-way tips that we think can make the Top 5 money places and an outside tip that we feel - if the player performs to his potential could make the Top 5 and a longer odds tip of a player that we feel could be coming back into form.
We supply links for you to open up a betting account with some of the major bookmakers, no matter what country you live in. These companies offer a range of free bets from £50-200 (in your currency) when you open up an account. The odds on golf betting are very good so we would recommend you always bet each-way.
We would like to emphasise that betting should be for fun and not a way to make a living. We see it as a way of adding excitement to a tournament while you watch and hopefully this guide will help you make an informed choice.
As always good luck and have fun!
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The European Tour now moves to the Spanish Canary Islands for the next three events and first up is the Gran Canaria Lopesan Open, which is being held at Maspalomas Golf on Grand Canaria. The course was designed by Ron Kirby and opened for play in June 2006 and hosted the 2007 Spanish PGA Championship.
Meloneras Golf is located on the Meloneras coast, between the Maspalomas Dunes and the harbour of Pasito Blanco in the southern part of Gran Canaria. The famous Dunes don’t come into play as the course lies further to the west, with the course sitting on the clifftops overlooking Pasito Blanco marina and La Punta Yacht Club.
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The European Tour heads to Rome, Italy and the Olgiata Golf Club which was designed by Ken Cotton and Frank Pennink which opened for play in 1962 with another nine holes being added later, making the club a 27-hole complex.
Olgiata Golf Club is around 12-miles from the centre of Rome with the Olgiata area having a very rich history that dates back over 3000 years with the lands becoming battlefields for the great families of Anguillara, Orsini, and the Chigi, fighting not only each other but several popes. Moving forward a few thousand years the lands would become a stud farm, producing world class thoroughbreds like Nearco in the 1930s and Ribot in the 1950s, there is also a horse racing track to the south of this amazing golf and residential complex.
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