Top 20 Golf Tips (Final Update)

| July 17, 2018 | Reply

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Product Name:

Top 20 Golf Tips

Company Name & Contact Details:

Betting Gods Malta Ltd
Level 5, The Quay
Portomaso Marina
STJ 4015
Malta

darren@bettinggods.com
www.bettinggods.com

Price:

£30 per month (1st 10 days for £1) or £60 per quarter (effectively pay for two months and get the third free). The £1 for the first 10 days offer also applies to the quarterly package.

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Yes. 100% guaranteed refund within the first 30 days

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What Do You Get?

Weekly tips on players to finish in the top 20 on both the European and American golf tours.

Where to Buy:

Top 20 Golf Tips

Brief Summary:
Weekly e-mail tips on players to finish in the top 20 in both the European and PGA golf tour events. On average there are 20-25 tips per week, although we did see 33 tips in the past week. Selections are sent mid-afternoon every Wednesday.

How Much Money Do I Need to Get Started?

A starting bank of 150-points is recommended.

How Much Money Can I Make?

The web site claims average monthly profits of £269.35 to £10 stakes since April 2016. This equates to an average of 26.93 points per month.

How Much Time Will I Need to Make This Work?

Due to the number of selections per week, and if you want to source the best odds/terms for each selection, then it can take up to an hour once a week when the tips are received.

Will I Need Any Equipment to Do This?

Internet connection and mobile device or PC with access to on-line bookmaker accounts.

Value for Money?

Early indications are good, but we will wait for the conclusion of the review period before offering a definitive comment. Top 20 Golf Tips certainly ticked the value for money box across our three-month trial. Betting at £10 per point would have netted you around £265 after deducting the cost of the service, a Return on Investment (ROI) of 7.65% and an ROC (Return on Capital) of 17.64%. At £50 per point those figures become £1,683, 9.94% and 22.44%.

Quality of Customer Service?

Has the backing of the established Betting Gods platform and all of my e-mails have been answered quickly and efficiently. There is a “live chat” option for contacting them as well. The Betting Gods app is also very useful for ensuring you don’t miss tips or get them late through e-mail delays. A notification is sent when new tips are posted.

Review

Established for over two years now, this golf tipping service from Betting Gods has established a profitable reputation. Utilising the top-20 market on both the European and US (PGA) tours there can be upwards of 25 selections per week, always on a Wednesday afternoon for the events starting on the Thursday.

As well as arriving by e-mail, the tips are available via the mobile app and the members’ area of the web site, access to both of which is provided as part of your membership. Recently an alert has been added which flashes up on both desk tops and mobile devices when tips are posted on the web site, which is a great addition.

All selections are staked at flat one-point win bets in the top-20 market. There is no rationale to accompany the selections, but the e-mail is clear and easy to follow. Selections cover some of the more fancied players alongside the value outsiders.

Historically this service has delivered a 12.28% strike rate on average odds per selection of 14.0 (13/1).

Results for Month 1 (16th April to 15th May 2018)

The first month of our review covered six events (three each on the European and PGA tours) with a total of 102 selections. Of those, 15 were winning tips (including dead heats), a strike rate of 14.71% which is above the historic average. However, the average odds per selection were just over 10/1 (11.17), which is actually around three points lower than the all-time average.

Combined with the fact that the winning bet odds averaged out at just 5.6 (9/2) in the month (indicating more fancied players than outsiders were successful) this resulted in a profit for the month of 13.49 points, very acceptable, but around 50% down on the overall average monthly returns from this service.

The return on investment (ROI) was a very healthy 13.23% and the ROC (return on capital) 8.99%.

Results for Month 2 (16th May to 15th June 2018)

The second month covered four weekends and seven events (there was no European Tour event on the first weekend of the month). There were exactly the same number of selections as the previous month at 102. There were two less winners with 13 successes in Month 2, a strike rate of 12.75%. The first half of the month didn’t fare too well at all and we sat at a loss of 20-points mid-month, which had also carried the cumulative position into a loss. The third week also suffered a small loss but things turned around in the final week of the period when the Shot Clock Masters on the European Tour delivered 11-points of profit and the St Jude Classic on the PGA tour added a further 10.88-points profit. This meant we ended Month 2 with a small loss of just 2.09 points and protected our cumulative profit at 11.4-points.

This month shows the vagaries of golf betting which can often lead to “feast and famine” cycles, although the use of the Top-20 market is less volatile than the win and place market. Although we are still showing an overall profit, the average is still behind the historic monthly average quoted on the web site of almost 27-points per month. However, a good final month of the review could easily pull the results closer to that level.

The cumulative ROI (Return on Investment ) now sits at 5.59% and the ROC (Return on Capital) at 7.6%.

Results for Month 3 (16th June to 15th July 2018)

The final month of our review covered nine events, four regular tour events on each of the European Tour and US PGA Tour, plus the US Open. All together there were 133 selections, with 16 being winners (including dead heats), a strike rate of 12.03%. Over the three months the strike rate was never far away from the average of 13.06%. These strike rate figures are very much in line with the average claimed over the course of the services life with Betting Gods. The average odds of selections was also pretty consistent across the three months at around 10/1.

With one weekend of the review period left it looked like we were going to see the profits from Months 1 and 2 wiped out as we sat on a loss for the month of 24.3 points. However, the final weekend proved to be a bumper one with 32.5 points profit secured at the Scottish Open and a further 15.86 at the John Deere Classic in the States. This turned the month around to a profit of 24.06 points and an overall profit for the review of 35.46 points.

Overall for the review we averaged just under 12 points profit per month, which is a very acceptable return from a golf tipster, although somewhat shy of the historic monthly average of just under 27 points per month claimed on the web site. The Return on Investment was 10.52% overall, with Month 3 generating 18.09% for the month. Our initial bank of 150 points grew to 185.46 points in the three months, a very healthy Return on Capital (ROC) of 23.64%.

Summary at the End of Month 1

If you like having a golf tipster in your portfolio then this use of the top-20 markets can still yield decent returns without the long losing runs experienced when betting on the golf win and place markets.

Summary at the End of Month 2

An excellent final week saved the month, and protected the overall profit across two months to date. The number of tips in each competition does mean the profit and loss can swing quite wildly if there is a poor tournament thrown in to the mix.

Summary at the End of Month 3

Just as in the previous month it was a fantastic final weekend which swung the monthly result. However, this is very much the vagaries of golf betting and the swings are certainly not as marked as they can be with betting in the golf outright markets. A solid review from Top 20 Golf Tips and a four-star rating from me. If you’re looking for a golf tipster that can minimise the fluctuations in profit then this approach may well be worth considering.

You can see the full results of the review here.

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