REED all about it……..3 Slice on the ropes!
A difficult and rollercoaster of a week, even by my standards, including a broken boiler, a long-lost reunion with an old friend, another birthday and a terrible week's punting.
The highs of my birthday celebrations and the reunion were only matched by the lows of the next few days, the return of a few old demons and a difficult week followed. The only bright spot been my beloved United battling to a brave home draw vs a dominant Crystal Palace side.
None of the above helped by some truly terrible picks in the golf. Apologies readers.
Onwards and upwards as they say and 3 Slice is back!
Following a couple of lung busting 0.6km runs and two Weight Watcher's Chicken Bhunas I’m back looking like a young Lee Westwood; confidence rising high and the lows conquered, I’m gonna go global this week and deliver three tips this week across TWO tournaments…
First to down under and the Australian PGA. Whilst the nation has all eyes on Australia it’s sadly not for the golf. Harry Redknapp has become the nation's sweetheart in the jungle.
I can’t help feeling he’ll leave the camp millions in debt (dingo dollars) only for the inevitable to happen with Sam Allardyce being drafted in in January to stabilise the camp and restore harmony.
Ignoring historical stats and the tendency for home-grown winners I’m plumping for the form horse the Basque talent Adrian Otaeugi (2pts each way 20-1 bet365 top 5 quarter the odds).
Hero World Challenge
Onto the headline pick in the Hero World Challenge, a tournament that could well be named after fellow MrFixitsTips golf tipster Trevor, after last weeks selections – well played mate!
Patrick Reed, a man famed for superstitions and a complicated family life is the headline pick.
A man who’s never been shy to state his claims or tell the world about his ability is the one to follow this week. Its a stellar field packed with big names including Tiger Woods, hopefully recovered now from his duel with big Phil.
Second is the talented but mysterious Matsuyama, a man many tipped to win majors, who’s sadly never quite gone on to deliver the goods consistently.
A man famous for a few things; namely the delay in his back swim. Being an avid amateur fisherman and one of the few pros on tour who can’t swim it’s surely a matter of time before the Japanese hotshot reels a big one.