PICKING the winner of the tournament has always been key to winning my Major Golf Competitions but it's never been more important than this weekend when Bryson DeChambeau tamed Winged Foot to win the US Open by a stunning six strokes.

Just ONE member selected the Californian – tipped to win by Mr Fixit – in their three-man team for the weekend and it was Cobretti who finished with the lowest aggregate score, despite Jason Day's (+14) best attempts to drag his tally down. Cobretti's line-up was completed by Justin Thomas who's six over par finish added up to a combined score of +14 for our winner – possibly the highest ever winning aggregate score.

In second place was Jimbo27 who's +16 trio of Schauffele, Simpson and Thomas just pipped alextosh who had Reed instead of Thomas in his trio of players.

Fourth pace was shared by david-footystats and 25oz63 who both racked up a +18 score and will get a free £5 bet each.

So the prizes are as follows; (Admin will be in touch wih all prize winners today)

  • £50 free bet – Cobretti
  • £25 free bet – Jimbo27
  • £15 free bet – alextosh
  • £5 free bets – david-footystats & 25oz63

Well done to everyone that took part, I hope it gave you some added interest over the course of the weekend.

4 Comments
  1. Jimbo27 1 month ago

    Many Thanks great comp, well done to all winners.

  2. cobretti 1 month ago

    Thanks MrF

  3. alextosh 1 month ago

    thanks everyone

  4. 25oz63 1 month ago

    Thanks Mr F

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