Valspar Championship 2017 Betting Tips

Subscribe to my free Golf Betting Tips - enter your e-mail address:
Written By Graeme on March 7, 2017  

Betting Note: Betting amounts are based on confidence level. My normal betting amounts are $125, $250 & $500, although I will go as low as $62.50 and as high as $1,000 on occasion. My most common bet is $125 and if you classify that as 1 unit, then I have made a 667.93 unit profit from 2014-2020. (full stats)

E/W (Each-Way) bets means you split that amount. So if it is a $250 E/W bet, that means $125 on them to win, $125 on them to place (Usually in the Top 5).

Well I’ve got some bad news and good news.

The bad news is that over the next 2 weeks I may not be able to do golf tips. I’m going to be away on vacation for the next two weeks. So just a heads up – if I am able to do tips there’ll probably be a lack of write-ups too because my flights are actually on Tuesdays which is when I usually do the golf tips.

The good news is that I’ll be flying first class after the last few weeks of golf tips!

3 weeks ago we had Dustin Johnson winning the Genesis Open AND the 50/1 Brett Rumford winning the ISPS Super 6. Then 2 weeks ago we followed it up with another win – Amy Yang in the Honda LPGA Thailand.

Well we managed to get our fourth win in three weeks this week – with our half unit bet on Dean Burmester to win the Tshwane Open.

Here’s the betting slip:

Just an amazing time at the moment with the tips. Hopefully we can keep going strong. However I know we have a lot of new followers so let me just warn you to be careful – don’t go crazy betting. I have a 100 unit bankroll and I bet accordingly. Golf has a hell of a variance.

Let’s get to it:

Valspar Championship Betting Tips:

This is a very tricky course and we really can’t look at much course history due to the changs made last year. It’s going to be an interesting one because a year on I’m curious to see how things have changed.

Graham Delaet: I’ve been really impressed with the form of Graham Delaet lately. he has 3 top 20 finishes in a row including a nice 9th place at the Phoenix Open.

He performed well here last year especially with two erratic days. He shot a -4 on the final round last year which cost him the chance to actually win it. I think nerves popped in there more than anything and I’m fine with betting half a unit on him in this one in the hope that he can stay in the zone.

Wesley Bryan: I’m betting a quarter unit on Wesley Bryan. Amidst two strong fields he has performed well at the last tournaments. I was a bit disappointed in his performances the last two days of the Honda Classic to be honest. However he’s in form and he seems like the sort of golfer that may just surprise on this course.

Sean O’Hair: Bah. I don’t even like this one to be honest. I looked at it earlier and I was on the fence and just as I’m posting this I’m like blah why not. Quarter unit bet. Probably just throwing my money away.

All of these are to win & E/W.

I also do not have ANY tips for the Hero Indian Open unfortunately. It’s a new course this year and I’ve looked into it – even just to see if there’d be some “fun” bets to go with and I can’t back any.

So that’s it for this week.

Since 2014 I've been providing free golf tips on a weekly basis. Each tournament analysis, research and writing the betting tips takes over 10 hours per tournament. That doesn’t include watching each tournament and taking notes etc. It's why I do less and less non-PGA tips these days.

I’ve delivered a lot of big winners over the years, and all I ask is if you appreciate the work I put in and so I can continue to keep the tips free, a donation is highly recommended and much appreciated.

While I obviously make enough money from my golf bets, this sort of financial support would motivate me to write more content on here. This would include golf prop bets like first round leader, head vs head and much more plus daily fantasy golf articles. Cheers!