To The Fore Golf – New Review
We are starting a new review today of a service called To The Fore Golf.
This is a golf tipster from the Tipsters Empire stable and has been tipping since June last year, so is relatively new on the block.
The tipster says their strategy “is fairly simple but still undertakes a lot of reading up and evaluating the factors of player form, course form, any weather issues, along with then searching for the value out there.”
Their first winner on the golf came in the form of John Daly to win the USPGA Championship at 66/1 back in 1991. That’s quite some time ago now (and you have to be of a certain vintage to remember it!) but shows the tipster has built up decades of experience in golf betting.
The results to date look very promising, with 137 points profit made so far. What really stands out though is the return on investment, which sits at an astonishing 74%.
That is one of the highest ROIs we have ever seen and to be honest would be almost impossible to retain in the long run.
However, if profits can continue at somewhere close to the levels seen so far it would be a very worthwhile service to follow indeed.
Interestingly, the strike rate is also quite high for a golf service at 32%, which is perhaps a reflection that they tip at slightly lower odds than most golf services.
Having a higher strike rate is certainly welcome though and means the losing runs should be shorter.
Another slight difference with most other golf services we have reviewed is that the bet volume tends to be lower, at 1-2 tips per event normally compared to 5-6 as usually seen with golf tipsters.
Anyway, just to say that we started receiving tips for this service on 10th January so will record results from then. There have already been three winners, with Scottie Scheffler and Jon Rahm (twice), as well as a few placed finishes so things have got off to a good start.
As ever we will record results here as we go along so you can see how the service is getting on.
In the meantime you can check out To The Fore Golf for yourself here.
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