It’s been a bit of a slow start to our trial of The Golfing Guru from the Tipping Gurus Network, with a loss of 20 points made so far after one month of our trial.
Interestingly they have started including some threeball bets in their tips which are five points up so far, so those are worth keeping an eye on.
The good thing about threeball bets is that they will have a much higher strike rate than the outright bets so can help the bank tick over whilst waiting for one of those main bets to land.
Anyway, still early days for this trial so nothing to get too worried about yet.
The Golfing Guru – New Review
17th April 2019
Well the Masters may have just finished with Tiger Woods’ winning in historic fashion but there are still three majors left this season and a whole host of top quality tournaments too.
So it’s as good a time as any start a new trial of a golf tipster and today we have one for you that looks pretty special.
They are called The Golfing Guru and rather appropriately come from the Tipping Gurus tipster platform.
Although a relatively new kid on the block, the Golfing Guru has put together such strong results so far that we felt we just had to take a look for ourselves and undertake a full review.
Since starting up in January of this year they have made over 150 points profit, which would be over £1,500 to just £10 stakes and works out at over £500 profit per month.
That has been achieved with a staggering return on investment of over 90%, which is quite phenomenal and to be honest is probably not sustainable over the long run.
However, if they keep churning out the profits each month then you don’t need an ROI as high as that, 20% or 30% would be more than acceptable.
Some of the winners so far include:
- – Phil Mickelson at the Pebble Beach Pro-Am at 25/1
- – JB Holmes at the Genesis Open at 150/1
- – Justin Harding at the Qatar Masters at 40/1
And a whole host of placed finishes, which in just over three months of operating is pretty impressive stuff.
Anyway, we will see if that kind of form can be maintained over the long run so will aim to run a full six-month review of the service. We will update results here regularly during the trial.