If I were to target a weakness, the Achilles heel in the bookmaking industry, it’s a sport like golf where layers, through a lack of manpower and expertise, continually misread and badly assess the market… it’s a potential open invitation for punters to win.” 


These are the words of a senior odds-compiler working inside the UK betting industry. A man with years of experience within the business. Someone who knows what he’s talking about.

That’s why this week he’s a worried man.

Because starting today, hot on the heels of last month’s US Masters, is the second golf Major of 2021 – the USPGA Championship.

And it’s these Major golf tournaments where the layers are at their most vulnerable.

Why? Because in these high-profile golf tournaments they adopt a loss-leader policy of offering inflated odds and enhanced place terms, added to blanket coverage of a myriad of markets, which puts them in a massively exposed position.

In other words, with the right bets, punters are virtually guaranteed to win.   

So this week…

All eyes will be on Kiawah Island.

This is the iconic golf course in South Carolina where, in the 1991 Ryder Cup, Bernhard Langer missed “that putt” which would have meant Europe retained the famous trophy.

30 years later, it hosts the USPGA Championship. One of the year’s four golf Majors (along with last month’s US Masters… the US Open in June, and the upcoming Open Championship in July).

All the world’s best golfers will be in attendance for the 103rd edition of this event, won last year by Collin Morikawa – giving the USA its 5th straight PGA winner in a row, and its 84th champion since the tournament was first held in 1916.

But it’s not been USA-all-the-way in this event.

In fact, the last time this tournament was held at this course (2012) it was won by Rory McIlroy – who signalled his return to form with a win on his last start in the recent Wells Fargo Championship.

McIlroy (12/1) currently heads the betting… edging out the 2017 winner Justin Thomas (14/1), with Jon Rahm (14/1), Dustin Johnson (16/1) and Bryson DeChambeau (16/1) making up a powerhouse front-five in the market.

But go back to the betting industry quote I started with…

Bookmakers “continually misread and badly assess the market”.

That’s why in 31 golf tournaments so far in 2021 only 2 (that’s right just two) favourites have gone in… with the average price of each winner being 45/1 – and last week, we saw players win at 150/1 in Europe and 175/1 in the US!!

So if you want to bet on a sport that gives punters a distinct edge. Then bet on golf.

And if you want to get involved in a tournament where the odds are stacked more than ever in your favour. Then bet on a golf Major.

Bet on this week’s USPGA Championship.

Great. But who’s going to win at Kiawah Island?

Let this man tell you – the Golf Insider.

Not only is he a “mole”, working as an industry professional (being a full-time trader and odds-compiler for a major UK firm)… but he’s also a highly successful backer in his owner right.

Meaning he’s not only well placed to spot these bookmaker mistakes… but he knows how best to exploit them for the biggest possible financial gain.

And with a long-term Return on Investment (ROI) in excess of 30%, and outright winners in the past year up to 250/1 (and each-way placed bets at up to 500/1) his record of success speaks for itself.

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Remember, this is your open invitation to win on a sport where bookmakers continually offer big-priced, value-filled winners.

It started today. So act fast or you’ll miss out.