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This week we preview the Dutch Open, which seems a far removed from last week’s BMW PGA Championship, and the first event in the new PGA Tour season, the Fortinet Championship - previously the Safeway Open. Martin Matthews, better knows as @SundogMonkey on Twitter, joined us for this part of the show as well. As ever we highly recommend you check o…
 
This week, the flagship European Tour event, the BMW PGA Championship gets its own slot, with the PGA Tour on a week's break after ending last week at the Tour Championship. A lot of players make plenty of appeal this week, as is often the case in these deeper fields and it's a case of picking the very best of the value available. Another layer to …
 
Jason returns from his holiday in time to preview the last event of the PGA Tour season, the Tour Championship and we discuss the new course for the Italian Open, and who we think is value in both events. It’s crunch time in the FedEx Cup, there’s Ryder Cup spots that need to be settled and it’s getting to a very strong part of the European Tour sc…
 
This week Bradley Todd (Bradley_Todd) joins us to preview the Czech Masters, the first leg of the FedEx Cup, The Northern Trust, and the final major of the season - the Women's British Open. Although the favourites look rock solid in each event, there may well be some value to be found elsewhere, so keep an ear out for those selections this week. A…
 
This week we were joined by Stanley, the founder and operator of Tour Tips, which is our #1 resource. We dive into how the site can be used, answers some of our own questions and hopefully shed some light on how to use the site most effectively. As mentioned in the podcast there is a trial version of the site, which gives you statistics on the Korn…
 
This week Mark Diana (GolfBets101 on Twitter) joined us to look into the two events Stateside from a DraftKings perspective, as well breaking down bets in the Hero Open, WGC FedEx St Jude and the Barracuda Championship. With three events in one week and an Olympic hangover, it's going to be interesting to see how this week unfolds, as we start gett…
 
In our second podcast of the week, Matt Cooper joins to discuss his week at Royal St George's as well as helping us break down the field in the second major in as many weeks - the Evian Championship. Moved from September back to July, the organisers will be desperate for good weather to avoid more criticism of the event. A few of the biggest names …
 
A week after a major is always a tough one, as you never know how the market leaders are going to react after a tough few days in the biggest of tests, but Matt Wallace will look to move on as he headlines the Cazoo Open, presented by Gareth Bale (LOL), while the trio of Dustin Johnson and Louis Oosthuizen will look to put Royal St George’s disappo…
 
This week, Tom and Jason were joined by SportingLife’s, Ben Coley and Skylar Hoke of SiriusXM and Mayo Media Network to break down the field at Royal St George’s for the 2021 Open Championship. Current US Open winner, Jon Rahm is the red-hot favourite this week, but the guys were happy to look elsewhere for their selections this week. Although it m…
 
In our latest interview, former World No.1 Amateur, Ben Hogan Award winner, and Mark H. McCormack Medal recipient, Chris Willams joined the podcast. Chris talks us through his early years, his incredible college career, and what made it such a special experience. He notes in particular the impact his coach Matt Thurmond had on him, and how he would…
 
This week Tom and Jason are joined by Matt Tizzard to preview the Irish Open & Rocket Mortgage Classic. The Irish Open returns to Mount Juliet, a course not used since hosting a WGC back in 2004, but we have hopefully found a link from those results that have helped with the selections this week. Stateside it’s the Rocket Mortgage Classic which in …
 
This week we recover from a dramatic US Open, which saw Jon Rahm win his first major, with clutch birdie putts on 17&18 and we will see how the market leaders in both events cope after being involved at Torrey Pines last week. On the European Tour we are back in Germany for the BMW International Open where Viktor Hovland, Louis Oosthuizen and Sergi…
 
This week’s US Open preview sees Sporting Life’s, Ben Coley join regular hosts Tom and Jason as the trio break down the field at Torrey Pines. Is there chances for outsiders here at Torrey, or will the cream rise to the top in this prestigious event? With Jon Rahm desperate to put the Memorial firmly in his rear view, can he capture his first major…
 
A special week on the PGA Tour calendar as the players tee it up on Memorial week for the 2021 Memorial Tournament at Muirfield Village. With questions marks surrounding the head of the market as it stands is there value to be had elsewhere this week, or is defending champion, Jon Rahm a worthy favourite at 10/1? With so many top players struggling…
 
This week we look at the second major the Women’s calendar, as the world’s best head to Olympic Club and the Lake Course, for the US Women’s Open. The host course of the Men’s 2012 US Open, clues from that week suggest those that keep it in the fairway this week should stand a good chance. Is former 2-time US Open winner, Inbee Park value at 11/1? …
 
This week, we try to recover from what was a wild week at the PGA Championship (congratulations Phil Mickelson!) as we look ahead to this week’s events on both the European and PGA Tours. In Europe we have the Made in Himmerland event, where we have a very confident 100/1 shot, and on the PGA Tour the players return to Colonial, where in June last …
 
This week we look at the second major of the season, the PGA Championship. Kiawah Island’s Ocean Course, where Rory McIlroy won by 8 strokes 9 years ago, is the host again this week. The longest course in major history and a lot of top players in great form, this should be an exciting week, with a lot of drama sure to surface. Tom & Jason were join…
 
This week the European Tour starts on Wednesday for the British Masters to give those competing in the PGA Championship next week an extra day to travel, whilst on the PGA Tour they warm up in Texas at the Byron Nelson. TPC Craig Ranch is the new host for that event and with a new course comes new questions, so it’ll be interesting to see who can a…
 
This week the European Tour heads to Tenerife, for the first of two events at Golf Costa Adeje, while the PGA Tour returns to the familiar setting of the Copperhead Course at Innisbrook, for the Valspar Championship. Two contrasting events, with birdies the order of the day in Tenerife, while in Florida, under-par rounds will be much tougher to com…
 
This week the European Tour heads to Gran Canaria for a new event on the schedule. Frenchman Antoine Rozner is favourite ahead of Mathias Schwab, Sam Horsfield, Andy Sullivan and tournament host, Rafa Cabrera Bello, but there may well be some value to be had elsewhere as well. With the back nine exposed to coastal winds, there’s a chance form at th…
 
This week we recap the Masters, plus we preview the return of the European Tour, as the Tour heads to Vienna for the Austrian Golf Open. On the PGA Tour, a strong field has assembled for the RBC Heritage, and with some of the biggest names from last week’s field here this week, including the runner-up, Will Zalatoris, it will be interesting to see …
 
Tom & Jason were joined by Sporting Life's, Ben Coley for this year's Masters preview. There is a consensus pick at the top of the market, as well as plenty of value offered down the board. Although there are a number of trends available to us at this particular major, the first of the year always seems the toughest to work out and this renewal loo…
 
This week, the PGA Tour stays in Texas after the WGC Matchplay, as a full field contest the final event before The Masters - the Valero Texas Open. The winner can still get into next week’s field, and that will be plenty encouragement for those not qualified, while those at the head of the betting look to sharpen their tools one last time before Au…
 
This week, Matt Cooper joins the podcast to discuss the first major of 2021, the ANA Inspiration. The first of five majors on the Women’s Golf Calendar, this event reverts to its familiar slot, after it was last year moved to September due to the ongoing impact of COVID-19. In what will be the 50th renewal of the event, and the 39th time it is cont…
 
This week we have the Magical Kenya Open on the European Tour and the Honda Classic on the PGA Tour. Both events are suffering from scheduling issues, however there are some intriguing longshots across the board we have targeted. Listen in to hear our 200/1+ golfers on the European Tour, and three picks of 200/1 and bigger at the Honda Classic. Wit…
 
This week the European Tour returns after a 5-week absence, and the Qatar Masters looks like a wide-open event. With Tom and Jason both agreeing on a favourite bet at 100/1, it could be a week for the longshots to prosper. Over on the PGA Tour it’s time for the “fifth major” as the best in the world tee it up for the PLAYERS Championship. It’s hard…
 
This week we were joined by National Club Golfer’s, Hannah Holden to discuss her introduction to golf, the challenges she faced as a junior golfer, the stigmas surrounding women’s golf, and what we as a society can do to change it. We talk about the need for better inclusion right through from junior to the professional game, and why the women’s ga…
 
Tom and Jason were joined by Martin Mathews (@SundogMonkey on Twitter) this week, to break down one of the most recognisable events on the schedule - the Arnold Palmer Invitational. Can Rory McIlroy find that missing piece in his game, and get back in the Winners’ Circle on a course he loves, or can an outsider get the job done? A great field, with…
 
In our latest interview for the Lost Fore Words, four-time European Tour winner, David Horsey joined Tom and Jason to discuss he stellar career so far. From an excellent amateur career, his short, but successful spell on the Challenge Tour and his four victories on the European Tour, David recounts it all. Outside of winning, David talks about the …
 
This week the world’s best head to Bradenton, Florida and the Concession Golf Club for the WGC-Workday Championship, while others that didn’t make it play the opposite field event, the Puerto Rico Open. Two tough puzzles this week, with a course we know nothing about hosting the WGC, while the Puerto Rico Open tends to throw up surprises every year…
 
In the latest episode of the Lost Fore Words podcast, Tom was joined by 3-time European Tour winner, Richie Ramsay. Richie recounts his experiences as an amateur, playing on the 2005 Walker Cup team and winning one of the most coveted amateur titles - the US Amateur in 2006, before turning professional in 2007. Two wins on the Challenge Tour in 200…
 
This week the Tour heads to Riviera for one of the most prestigious regular events on the PGA Tour – The Genesis Invitational. Dustin Johnson who exceptional course and current form is the clear favourite this week, but the world’s best will be doing all they can to hunt him down, but you would expect the World No.1 to feature heavily come Sunday. …
 
This week on the Lost Fore Words Podcast, European and Challenge Tour professional, Charlie Ford and current European Tour caddie, Oliver Briggs joined the show to discuss the latest ruling from the PGA of America on Rangefinders, which will allow the use of them in tournament play at the PGA Championship, Women’s PGA Championship, and the Senior P…
 
This week we only have one event to preview, as the PGA Tour heads to Pebble Beach. Will Dustin Johnson romp home as a short-price favourite this week or can one from the pack come and get the job done, as we have seen in recent years with Ted Potter Jr and last year with Nick Taylor? We recap an exciting week on both Tours as well, discussing the …
 
In the first of a new mini-series, Patrick Koenig joins the podcast to give listeners an insight into why he loves Golf. In terms of life experience, Patrick has it in bundles and early in his adult life, Patrick realised something had to change. He had to face up to the fact he was an alcoholic, and faced a 7-year battle. Since then, he has turned…
 
This week’s Lost Fore Words podcast sees Skyler Hoke of FTN Daily and Mayo Media Network join regular hosts, Tom and Jason. The guys breakdown the field at the Saudi International and the Phoenix Open, with top-heavy fields in both allowing some long shots selections in both events. Saudi International 00:00 - 56:33 Phoenix Open & Summary 56:34 til…
 
Two events this week, first up in Dubai where Tom, Jason and Matt Cooper break down the field and give a huge range of picks from 33/1 - 300/1. Can Tyrrell Hatton be beaten in this kind in form? On the other side of the pond, we get a look at Torrey Pines ahead of the U.S Open and it’s generally a group of top-grade, course specialists that catch t…
 
Tom and Jason were joined this week by golf’s favourite singer-songwriter Sam Harrop. Sam discusses his latest song, and the guys take him back to his Oddschecker days as they make picks for the first European Tour event of the season - the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship and on the PGA Tour, the American Express. Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship 00:00 - 1:…
 
This week, Tom and Jason were joined by Martin Mathews, commonly known as SundogMonkey on Twitter, as they breakdown last week’s events at the Tournament of Champions, and look ahead to this week at the Sony Open. With back-to-back starts in Hawaii considered a significant advantage, do you need to play it safe and take one of the 30-odd players in…
 
This week Jason and Tom were joined by Mike Miller of SmartGolfBets. The guys discussed the previous season, how COVID-19 affected players differently and assessing who struggled and who played best under the conditions. All three picked a player to look out for in 2021, and had brief looks at the upcoming majors, before finally picking bets for th…
 
Ten years after turning professional in 2009, Dale Whitnell won the 2019 KPMG Trophy, shooting -23 under par thru the last three rounds and outlasting Laurie Canter in a playoff. That alone was not enough to secure a European Tour card for 2020, so it was a trip to Q-School - an all too familiar setting for Dale. A positive outcome that week saw Da…
 
The season-ending DP World Tour Championship is upon us, as is our last betting preview of 2020. Patrick Reed will be looking for a good week to seal the Race to Dubai title, but with Tommy Fleetwood on his heels, he cannot afford to have a bad week. With a lot of the players coming over from the nearby Fire Course last week, will that be an advant…
 
This week we have three events, the Golf in Dubai Championship which starts in the morning, the SA Open where there are two home favourites and the Mayakoba Classic on the PGA Tour which has attracted an unusually strong field. This is the penultimate podcast of 2020, before the last European Tour event of the year next week in Dubai. As ever, than…
 
A week after Dustin Johnson sauntered to his second major championship title, our attentions turn to two smaller events, in the form of the Joburg Open and the RSM Classic. The Joburg Open will be played at the Firethorn Course and Randpark, which was one of the courses recently used for the 2020 SA Open, and South African Christiaan Bezuidenhout i…
 
Lee Aldrick of FanShare Sports joined the podcast to discuss this week's Masters from a DraftKings perspective. Who is the pick of the bunch at the top of the slate and worth paying up for, and who is perhaps costly but easy enough to put a line through? At the opposite end, who is going to be the guy in the 6k and 7k brackets that contribute to so…
 
Tom and Jason are joined by Sporting Life’s, Ben Coley as they preview the much anticipated, 2020 Masters. With the top players generally all showing very good signs of form since golf returned over the Summer, which should make for an excellent event. Are there any outsiders worth betting this week, or should you stick to the head of the market? W…
 
In Episode 49 of the Lost Fore Words podcast, Will Wilcox joined the show to discuss his career so far. Will talks about his humble beginnings, how he struggled in his late teens, rededicating himself when given a second chance by Clayton State and much, much more. A winner on Tour, a member of the 59 club and a famous hole-in-one at the 17th hole …
 
Two events this week, with the European Tour staying at Aphrodite Hills in Cyprus for a unique format in the Cyprus Showdown, while we get a new course in Houston for the Houston Open. Renowned designer, Tom Doak gets his first shot at a PGA Tour event, after his Renaissance design hosted the Scottish Open in 2018 and 2019. It’s 30/1 the field in C…
 
Charlie Ford joins the podcast again for another topical discussion, this time about Major Championships. Tom and Charlie discuss whether majors are as essential to legendary status as they’re made out to be among fans, media and the likes. Do the players themselves consider them as essential? Are majors championship victories an unfair barometer o…
 
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