US PGA Championship 2018 Winner Tip: Rory McIlroy

Which golfer have we picked as our US PGA Championship 2018 Winner Tip? The US PGA Championship will be the last of the four golf majors in 2018 (although not from 2019 onwards, when it moves to earlier in the year). The 2018 edition will be the 100th US PGA Championship, and the event will take place between Thursday 9th – Sunday 12th August 2018, at the Bellerive Country Club (Town and Country, Missouri). This venue has hosted this event once before, back in 1992.

  • Players from the USA have won the last 2 events – Justin Thomas (2017), and Jimmy Walker (2016). Jason Day (Australia) won in 2015.
  • For the 2018 event, we look for the most value amongst the most likely winners. We really can’t see past Rory McIlroy (Northern Ireland). He has won this major twice in recent history (2012 & 2014), and is available at a fantastic price.
  • McIlroy has had 5 great years in this event (including 2 fantastic ones where he won), although he has also had 4 bad years by his standards. As you can see McIlroy has played this event 9 times – he has won twice, and finished 3rd twice. With an 8th place finish as well under his belt, he has finished in the top ten 5 out of 9 times he has played.

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U.S. Open Golf 2018 Winner Tip: Brooks Koepka

Which golfer is our U.S. Open Golf 2018 Winner Tip? The 2nd of four majors of the year in golf, the U.S. Open, will take place between Thursday 14 – Sunday 17 June 2018.

  • This will be the 118th U.S. Open, and will take place at Shinnecock Hills Golf Club in New York – the 5th time this venue has hosted this competition.
  • Players from the USA have won the last 3 U.S. Opens: Brooks Koepka won in 2017, Dustin Johnson won in 2016, and Jordan Spieth won in 2015.
  • We really don’t think there is any value at all in the prices of the favourites – Dustin Johnson, Rory McIlroy, Jordan Spieth, Jason Day, etc.

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The Open Championship 2018 Winner Tip: Rory McIlroy

Which golfer is our The Open Championship 2018 Winner Tip for The Open Championship at Carnoustie Golf Links in Scotland (Thursday 19 – Sunday 22 July 2018)?

  • Jordan Spieth (USA) won in 2017 scoring 268, Henrik Stenson (Sweden) won in 2016, Zach Johnson (USA) won after a rain delay in 2015, and Rory McIlroy (Northern Ireland) won in 2014.
  • This will be the 8th time The Open Championship is being held at Carnoustie. The last time The Open Championship was held at Carnoustie was in 2007 and Padraig Harrington won the title (he also won the title the following year too).

There are 3 players we think have the most realistic chance of winning the 147th The Open Championship:

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World Cup 2018 Top Goalscorer Tip: Neymar!

Which player are we recommending for our World Cup 2018 Top Goalscorer Tip for Russia 2018 (Thursday 14 June – Sunday 15 July 2018)?

  • In order to decide which players are realistically likely to be the World Cup 2018 Top Goalscorer, it is important to consider the following: which teams are likely to go furthest in the 2018 World Cup, what sort of football they are likely to play (attacking football is more likely to produce the top goalscorer), how many other good players are in the team who are likely to provide assists, how likely the player is to play (are there many options, or will this player always start if fit), and the player’s form over the last few years.

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World Cup 2018 Winner Tip: Brazil offer sensational value!

Which team is our World Cup 2018 Winner Tip? The prestigious international football competition will take place in Russia (Thursday 14 June – Sunday 15 July 2018).

  • The previous three World Cup winners have all been from Europe (all from¬†Western Europe) – Germany (2014, their 4th win), Spain (2010, their 1st win), and Italy (2006, their 4th win).
  • Apart from those three teams, only FIVE other countries have won this prestigious tournament in its entire history: Brazil (5 times), Argentina & Uruguay (2 times each), and France & England (1 time each).
  • We think the winner will definitely be Belgium, or one of 6 of the 8 of the previous winners (Italy have not qualified for the 2018 competition, and we certainly don’t see Uruguay as having a strong enough team to win) – so that’s 7 teams we even think have a realistic chance of winning.

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Wimbledon 2018 Womens’ Singles Winner Tip: Serena Williams, Garbine Muguruza, or Petra Kvitova?

We have considered the potential winners, to identify the most value, to come up with our Wimbledon 2018 Womens’ Singles Winner Tip. Wimbledon will be played between Monday 2 – Saturday 14 July 2018 (the Wimbledon Mens’ Final is the day after).

  • Serena Williams has won this title 7 times (2002-2003, 2009-2010, 2012, 2015-2016). Only two players can match or better this record in the Open Era – Martina Navratilova (9), and Steffi Graf (7).

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Wimbledon 2018 Mens’ Singles Winner Tip: Roger Federer, Andy Murray, or Novak Djokovic?

Would you like to know our Wimbledon 2018 Mens’ Singles Winner Tip? The world’s most prestigious and richest Grand Slam, Wimbledon, will take place between Monday 2 – Sunday 15 July 2018 (the Womens’ Singles event concludes on Saturday).

  • In 2017 Roger Federer won the Mens’ Singles for the 8th time. The Swiss player also won in 2003-2007, 2009, and 2012. This was an outright all-time Wimbledon Mens’ Singles record. However, we don’t think his price offers much value for a record 9th title at his age.

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BBC Sports Personality 2018 Winner Tip

It may only be the start of the year, but we have a great BBC Sports Personality 2018 Winner Tip. Athlete Mo Farah won in 2017, tennis ace Andy Murray won in 2016 for the 3rd time (he also won in 2013 & 2015), with Formula 1 superstar Lewis Hamilton winning in 2014.

Our BBC Sports Personality 2018 Winner Tip is Lewis Hamilton. Other possible contenders we considered but ignored, were:

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World Cup 2018 Group G Winner Tip: England to win

We have a World Cup 2018 Group G Winner Tip for the 21st running of the World Cup, which will take place in Russia from Thursday 14 June – Sunday 15 July 2018.

  • 32 teams will play 64 matches in total (that’s 48 Group Stage matches, 8 Round of 16 matches, 4 Quarter-Finals, 2 Semi-Finals, the Third place play-off, and of course the Final).
  • These matches will take place in 12 venues across 11 cities, with the World Cup Final to be played in the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow.

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US Masters 2018 Winner Tip: Dustin Johnson, Jordan Spieth, Rory McIlroy, or Jason Day?

We’ve 1 EXCLUSIVE US Masters 2018 Winner Tip for the 1st golf major of 2018, the 82nd US Masters (Thursday 5 – Sunday 8 April 2018). As usual the event takes place at the Augusta National Golf Club in Georgia (unlike the U.S. Open, The Open, and US PGA Championship, this event always takes place at the same course every year). The US Masters has the smallest field of any major. In 2017 Sergio Garcia was a popular winner (the Spaniard’s 1st, and only, major win) – he defeated England’s Justin Rose in a playoff. In 2016 an Englishman in the shape of Danny Willett did win, and in 2015 the USA’s Jordan Spieth was victorious.

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Grand National 2018 winner tip: Minella Rocco is the most value!

Want to know our Grand National 2018 winner tip? The £1 million race at Aintree takes place at 17.15 on Saturday 14th April 2018, only a few weeks after the Cheltenham Festival. Horse and jockey must negotiate 30 fences over 2 laps (16 fences in the 1st lap, 14 of which are jumped again during the 2nd lap). The Grand National is a National Hunt Handicap Steeplechase, run over 4 miles 514 yards (making it the longest National Hunt race in Britain).

In 2017 One For Arthur (jockey Derek Fox, trainer Lucinda Russell) was victorious, and in 2016 Rule The World (jockey David Mullins, trainer Mouse Morris) won. Jockey Leighton Aspell famously won 2 years in a row (in 2014 on Pineau de Re, and in 2015 on Many Clouds). The biggest starting price of a winner in recent years was in 2009 when Mon Meme (jockey Liam Treadwell) won at 100/1.

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