This guy belongs in a strait-jacket in a padded cell!

By on February 1, 2021

You’ll see what I mean after reading this email.

So how exactly does Martin from GolfBetsGold beat the all-knowing, all-powerful bookies?

With a lot of bloody hard work I can tell you!

He likes to really go in-depth with his analysis and by using different data points he identifies the ‘shape’ of the tournament.

He makes it his mission to know which sort of golfer is suited to the course, which players are in good current form and who in the market offers the best value odds.

Here’s his approach in his own words…


“Our tipping methodology is based upon a lot of factors.

We take into account the following data…

Attributes of the course that the tournament is being played at: the terrain, the length and narrowness of the fairways, the length of the rough, type of grass, and size and speed of the greens.

A massive factor is the suitability of certain players to the course. Are they big drivers, do they have a great short game, how do they rank on putting and do they have previous course form? That gives us a steer on whether they are suited by the attributes of the course they’re playing on.

The recent form of the player is assessed over the past 4-6 week taking into account the courses they have been playing at. Are they coming into form, or going out of form?

Are they recovering from an injury or experiencing personal issues, such as births/deaths/marriage/divorce.

Player motivation for the tournament in question is vitally important. Are they only playing because they are contracted to do so? Are they getting appearance money just to turn up? Are they returning from injury or a break?

These factors are weighted as percentages and a calculation made to identify which players are most favoured by conditions.

We then look at the markets and identify the best value… those overpriced in the markets who represent the best value.

A lot of work and time goes into making these calculations for every tournament, but this work is vital in order to produce consistent results and profits betting on golf.”



Rather him than me.

The lesson here:

To be a successful punter you really have to put in the hard yards. Whether it’s horse racing, football or golf.

And unless you’re a bit of golf enthusiast I don’t see how you could handle all that research.

Thankfully Martin is retired so he has the time on his hands.

(I still think he belongs in a strait jacket in a padded cell though!)

If you love golf and are willing to put in that kind of work, then be my guest.

For everyone else there’s GolfBetsGold.

Let Martin do all the hard work.

You just have to check your email, place the bets and bank the profits.

If you’d like to make 2021 the year you start making a profit on golf (he averages over a grand a year profit to £10 per point stakes) then give Martin a test drive.

For just a tenner you can get all his tips for a whole month here.

Kris Jackman | Founder Tipster Supermarket