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    Royal Lytham & St. Annes Golf Club

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    2012 British Open
    Date, Time, Channel
    Thursday, July 195 a.m.-3 p.m. ETESPN
    Friday, July 205 a.m.-3 p.m. ETESPN
    Saturday, July 217 a.m.-2:30 p.m. ETESPN
    Sunday, July 228 a.m.-1:30 p.m. ETESPN
    Sunday, July 223-6 p.m. ETABC (Tape Delay)
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    Outrights:

    Francesco Molinari(66/1)(1/4 for 1-2-3-4-5-6) e.w.

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    Kyle Stanley(250/1) e.w.
    - - Makes my team.

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    Jason The Duff Myster 40-1
    P. Harrington 20-1

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    L.Westwood wins British Open +1325

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    Tournament Match Ups

    T Woods over L Donald -135
    P Harrington over R McIlroy EVEN
    P Harrington over L Donald +125
    E Els over G Mcdowell -110
    “Religion might be helpful in death, but education is helpful in life.” — Anonymous

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    1/4 unit play: Els to win +3500
    “Religion might be helpful in death, but education is helpful in life.” — Anonymous

    "Objective, verifiable facts no longer matter as much as our preconceptions and passions do." - Eric Frazier

    "Half the truth is often a great lie." - Benjamin Franklin

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    Senden to win 135-1

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    Zach Johnson over Bo Van Pelt +115

    My second favorite tournament to watch, my least favorite to bet.

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    Rose. 25-1 win, 12 1/2 place, 6-1 show

    Molinari. 30-1 win, 15-1 place, 7 1/2 show

    McDowell. 30-1 win, 15-1 place 7 1/2 show

    Poulter. 40-1 win, 20-1 place 10-1 show

    Colsarts. 50-1 win, 25-1 place, 121/2 show

    P Hanson. 80-1 win, 40-1 place, 20-1 show

    I agree with Tommyjay....tough tourney to bet on. Good luck to all!

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    Take F. Jacobson -130 to beat M Laird. 72 holes.



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    First round leader - Jeev Milka Singh was good to me last week so gonna stick with him FRL @ 100/1 - his last three first round scores have been 65/68/66 and looking for more of the same after winning scottish open last week. Also small wagers on Molinari and Alexander in same market

    Outrights - Hard to look past Molinari and Oosthuizen for value @ 50/1 as top two GIR on european tour this year and both in good form.

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    Greg Owen Top European @ 80/1 - Owen's had an albatross on this course as I recall, and has shown some reasonable form in the US of late. Will be looking to do well on home soil.

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    Round 1 play (4pts):

    Zach Johnson to beat Ernie Els +110 @ Stan James [available generally]
    History suggests that Johnson will not win this week as well as last week, but I do expect him to make the cut and have a decent showing around Royal Lytham. He has made the cut in the last five Open Championships, including two top-20 finishes, but the penal conditions this week are more in his favour than the typically hard and fast links courses that are the norm in this event. He ranks 19th on the PGA Tour in driving accuracy, which is important because of the very thick rough, ranks 8th in scrambling and is 1st or 2nd in the three main putting stats categories, so with the short game important on this course, he has the perfect game for it, unlike Els who ranks 128th in driving accuracy, for example. Of course, the Big Easy has a great record in this event, but he has missed the cut in each of the last two years and he is not the player that he was. He is also, in his own words, 'rusty' after taking a mid-season break - he is in a spell of golf in which he plays eight of nine weeks - and that affected his performance last week in the Scottish Open - he finished 52nd and was suitably embarrassed after taking four shots to get out of a bunker and being the subject of 'trial by television' over the same incident. This is a price based on the former Els; the current Els cannot match Johnson for form or ability to control the ball and navigate a way around a difficult golf course.

    [unofficial rd1 system plays: Daly tb Hoey +105; Woodland tb Pettersson +145; Wilson tb Grace +115; Campbell tb Hoey +100; Yang tb Jaidee +115; Senden tb Curtis +100; Mulroy tb Morrison +100; Cochran tb Slattery +100; Stanley tb Rock +100; Love tb Lawrie +110]

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    To win:

    Woods +735
    Westwood +850
    Harrington +1500
    McDowell +1850
    Dufner +4250

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    Dufner +4000

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    1 unit ew

    Ramsey 250-1
    Owen 250-1
    Oleson 200-1
    Fisher 90-1
    Last edited by Whalers Rule; 07-18-2012 at 08:16 PM.

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    Hanson over Watson even 1500 units, Outrights Mahan 40-1 50 units, Who wont win Els!!!!!!!

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    Justin Rose +105* vs Tiger Woods (1st Rnd)
    Graeme McDowell +100* vs Ian Poulter (Tourn)
    Francesco Molinari -125* vs Phil Mickelson (Tourn)
    Luke Donald -120* vs Phil Mickelson (1st Rnd)


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    1st round leader (1/4 unit risked on each)
    Nicolas Colsaerts +7000
    Thomas Bjorn +7000
    Lucas Glover +20000
    Harris English +15000

    Winner (1/4 unit risked on each)
    Francesco Molinari +4200
    Nicolas Colsaerts +9500
    Kyle Stanley +34000
    Harris English +35500

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    I like Els and McDowell each to win.

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    It is westwoods time boys.

    Westwood 14/1

    50 to win 700

    Lack of will power has caused many more failures than lack of intelligence or ability.

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    2004-2018 1633-1652 +202.85 units

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    Outrights:

    Tiger Woods(10/1) Win
    Ben Curtis(100/1)(1/4 for 1-2-3-4-5-6) e.w.
    Ross Fisher(80/1) e.w.
    Kyle Stanley(250/1) e.w.
    Lee Westwood(12/1) e.w.
    Francesco Molinari(66/1) e.w.
    Paul Lawrie(66/1) e.w.
    Jamie Donaldson(100/1)(1/4 for 1-2-3-4-5) e.w. 1st Round Leader
    Tom Watson(15/1) Win Top Senior
    Tom Watson(125/1)(1/4 for 1-2-3-4) e.w.Top American

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    72 holes

    hass -140 howell x2
    rose -130 scott
    garica -110 scott
    zack -130 watney

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    bo van pelt +100 vs f molinari



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    Round 2 play (4pts):

    Hunter Mahan to beat Nicolas Colsaerts +108 @ Pinnacle [available generally]
    Opposing Colsaerts who lies 2nd after the opening round. He got off to a great start by holing his approach shot at the 2nd hole and he was very upbeat about his game in his post-round interview, but he only hit eight fairways off the tee, less than the average for the whole field. When you stray from the fairway on this course, it becomes a matter of luck whether you have a shot to the green. Today, he had that luck, tomorrow the European Tour's longest driver of the ball cannot be expected to be as lucky. This is only his fourth major as well - he missed the cut in his first two and even though he played well for a couple of rounds in the U.S. Open last month, he struggled in the final round on a tough course. The same should happen again for the Belgian. Mahan was much more in control off the tee today, missing just two fairways all day, and has the game to do well in this event. He starts the 2nd round five shots back in 37th place, but I'd expect the gap to be much smaller by the end of tomorrow's round.

    [unofficial rd2 system plays: Senden tb Colsaerts +115; Donaldson tb Lawrie +138; Love tb Lawrie +125]

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    Rnd #2

    Z. Johnson -115 to beat Els.

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    2nd round at SIA:

    Potter -111 over Georgiou/Keenan

    Potter won on PGA 2 weeks ago,made cut last week and shot 69 yesterday.Should be enough of a resume to handle world ranked players #776 and#1448 who were +4 and +6 first round.

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    In-running:

    Richard Sterne(125/1)(1/4 for 1-2-3-4-5) e.w.
    Graeme McDowell(16/1) e.w.
    Thomas Aiken(125/1) e.w.

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    Friday:

    Sterne(+115) over Howell/Broadhurst
    Mickelson(+184) over Donald/Ogilvy
    Stanley(+128) over Rock/Ames
    Donaldson(+140) over Haas/Yang
    Oosthuizen(+230) over McIlroy/Bradley
    Curtis(+155) over Casey/Immelman
    Fisher(+168) over Choi/Cabrera

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    laird +115 vs dufner


    gl - la burns

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