Three to trade for Saudi Arabia and Phoenix

Scroll down for this week's three to trade from each event... Last week was a classic example of how small stakes can lead to big returns by trading huge odds in golf. Lucas Herbert (220.0 +) to advised £20 stakes went on to win in Dubai. Lucas was also advised as part of the staking plan in the members email btw. I myself was drip laying him in running at all stages of the tournament and different prices. My final equalised book ended up like this: (+£1000)



Here is the >> link to Betfair which is where we make these plays (aff). See my simple how to guide here or a longer specific example of a trade here if you're new to the concept.

This week we have 3 from Saudi Arabia at big odds and below that we have 3 from the Phoenix Open. As a guide we will use £20 stakes and will look to "cashout" between 18 and 54 holes.

Saudi 3 to trade: Ryan Fox: 110.0, Romain Langasque 120.0, Sam Horsfield 130.0:



Phoenix 3 to trade: Russell Knox 130.0, Max Homa 140.0, Martin Laird 170.0



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