1. the notorious 4 years ago

    Im backing Thomas Pieters even though his form has been shocking lately.
    Ace, who was the biggest upset ever to win the masters?

  2. aceventurer 4 years ago

    Hi Notorious, It’s hard to say, Danny Willett was a big price but I remember backing Canadian Mike Weir in 2003 when he won it and he also was a big price. I’m sure he or South African Trevor Immelman (2008) who I had also back and had missed the first eight tournaments of the season due to a cancerous growth, were around 90-1. It’s a tournament that doesn’t throw up big priced winners a lot but it does happen.

  3. aceventurer 4 years ago

    Notorious, just watching a replay of last year and Thomas Pieters had a good first two rounds before a 75 in the third round dropped him down the leaderboard, Not a bad selection.

  4. andymac1980 4 years ago

    Hi Ace, what’s your thoughts on Poulter after the heroics over the weekend?

    I follow your tips with interest but after hearing the mix up over his points last week and the fact he had to enter Houston and win to get a place in The Masters, I thought it was too good a story to miss and got him at 80/1!

    Got him at 66/1 for The Masters straight after but think it may have taken all out of him just to get there…..

    • Mr Fixit 4 years ago

      I can’t answer for Ace but I’d be amazed if Poulter won. Not many win a Major after winning the week before – Phil Mickelson did when he followed Scottish Open success by taking The Open but it’s unusual.
      As you say would have taken a lot out of him and then he didn’t get to Augusta until today.
      He’s played well the last couple of weeks but does he have a Major in him? I’m not sure.

    • andymac1980 4 years ago

      Think I would agree Mr F but at that price and Bet365 paying 8 places, it is worth it. Momentum does wonders for confidence.

      For the record I think this will be Justin Roses’s year.

    • Mr Fixit 4 years ago

      I’m backing Rose, Bubba and Mickelson – but it as Ace says it’s wide open with loads of the top players in good form.
      Should be a great tournament.

    • andymac1980 4 years ago

      Yes, wide open and so many top players coming into it in form. I really would like to see Rory lift it and complete the Grand Slam.

      Can’t wait for it to start now!

    • aceventurer 4 years ago

      Hi AndyMAc1980, Have to agree with Mr Fixit here. It was a great result for Poulter last week but the pressure he must have been under would have taken a hell of a lot out of him. I think getting into the Masters is a result for him but he could maybe get a top 20 finish.

    • andymac1980 4 years ago

      Thanks for coming back Ace. Think we’re all in agreement here. Will see how my e/w pans out though.

      Good luck with the tips!

  5. davisam 4 years ago

    Main Selection:
    Bubba Watson 2 pts e/w @ 16/1

    Jon Rahm 1pt e/w @ 28/1
    Jason Day 1pt e/w @ 18/1
    Patrick Reed 0.25pts e/w @ 66/1 (put on a few weeks back)
    Tyrrel Hatton 0.25pts e/w @ 80/1

  6. Jordan 4 years ago

    Big golfer I know is hot on Noren too. Reckons I should go big on a top 20 finish. 11/8 @ 365.

  7. Jordan 4 years ago

    Can get some decent odds on multiples for players to make the cut @ 365.

    I’ve been told Cantlay, Noren, Finau and Grace are all decent odds but I know zilch about this ball sport. @mr-fixit?

    • Mr Fixit 4 years ago

      Noren and Finau should be fine – Grace has missed three cuts out of four at Augusta.
      Cantley I don’t know much about but played well at the Match Play.
      Noren is one of Ace’s ew tips.

  8. gm 1008 4 years ago

    I’m a loyal follower of Ace”s tips pretty much every week. However I may drop Fowler and Johnson and add a couple of outsiders and I also fancy Jason Day to be thereabouts. I’ve a day and a bit to finalise. Que a Fowler and Johnson play off!

  9. aceventurer 4 years ago

    Had another look at the players and though Paul Casey is a good price (around 22s). He’s had three top sixes in his last three outings here.

  10. fraser51 4 years ago

    Two years ago is my claim to betting glory as i backed Danny Willet at 80/1, what a Sunday night i had!

    Last year like Ace i backed Rose, was looking good but could not begrudge Garcia his first major.

    Still debating who to back, will post shortly.

    • Mr Fixit 4 years ago

      If you pick another Willett you’ll be doing great. Think it will one of the big guns this year.

  11. fraser51 4 years ago

    Can easily go mad, have decided on the following and kept the majority straight win, for the returns with each way it’s not worth the extra cash risk.
    Was wanting to back one of the favs, after backing Spieth to win Uk Open last year at 14/1 i was tempted to back him at Augusta but i have went with Mcilroy who has been fairly solid round here, seems to be less pressure on him with all the big names this year, has started to hit a bit of form and this is the last major he needs. I have never backed Rory but i will be cheering him on this weekend.

    Day has the game to win, again he has been solid round Augusta, he has won a couple of times this season and is overpriced at 22/1. Matsuyama is also overpriced at 33/1 as he went off joint fav in the last major . Rahm i believe has the game to win here, i think this is a couple of years too soon but would hate to miss out if he does it this year. Chappell is an outsider interest, tied 7th here last year so lets see what he can do.

    McIlroy 12/1 – £15
    Day 22/1 – £10
    Rahm 25/1 – Free £5
    Matsuyama 33/1 – Free £5
    Chappell 130/1 – £1 ew

    • fraser51 4 years ago

      Backed Spieth first round leader at evens inplay, winnings on him to win the tournament 9/4. Will be cheering on both Rory and Spieth now.

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