Why most golf tipsters SUCK (even if they make a profit)

By on September 25, 2019

Over the past couple of years I’ve made a real effort to expand my betting portfolio to include more sports.

For years and years I only focused on horse racing and, as any investment guru will tell you, diversity is crucial in a portfolio.

So I made it my mission to start betting on a wider variety of sports. Not only does it add diversity it’s also a lot more fun and profitable too.

One of the sports I wanted to get in on was golf.

I was enticed by the big winners and wanted some of that action.

(It’s not unheard of for golf services to pick 100/1+ winners. They certainly happen more regularly than with horse racing tipsters.)

But the problem I found with the golf services I followed was the long losing runs.

I’m not exaggerating when I say they were hell.

Take the most recent golf service I tried as an example.

I followed it throughout most of 2018 and into this year.

And over the course of the twelve months I followed it I made a profit of around 100 points.

Sounds good I know.

100 points in a year or so is certainly not something to turn your nose up at.

But the problem is the profit figure only tells half the story.

During the course of those twelve months NINE of them made a loss.

In fact during the first seven months I made a loss in six of them.

Imagine trying to stick with a service like that. You’re paying out fees every month and seeing your betting bank dwindle and dwindle.

Honestly it took Herculean levels of discipline to see it through.

Now obviously the profits in the three profitable months were spectacular, several big priced winners came in, which is why my time with that tipster ended with 100 points profit.

But I realised that type of betting was just not for me.

I pride myself in having good discipline where gambling is concerned but this was just too much for me.

This is why I’m so excited by the brand new service ‘Tee and Serve’ I’ve been nattering about for the past few days.

Because it focuses on both tennis and golf there are plenty of lower priced selections to keep profits ticking over.

Sure there have been some big priced selections over the past six months (the biggest being 50/1) but the average odds of the selections is just 5.31.

This means no long losing runs.

In fact this service has had no losing months at all.

The worst full month was July and even that saw a profit of £769.50.

It’s going to be much easier for me to keep following a service like this and reaping the long term rewards.

So if you, like me, have always had a problem with the long losing runs of golf services then thankfully ‘Tee and Serve’ bucks that trend.

It’s a way to profit from the sport without pulling your hair out whilst waiting (and praying) for a big winner.

Check the service out for yourself by clicking here.