X22 Golf is Coming- Get Set!

X22 Bet is all about one thing bringing you the best bets and the biggest winners in the business!


You have seen with our Greyhound and Football bets which shows you we are far more than just a racing service. Today we make a major announcement to extend that portfolio further with the launch of X22 Golf.

Two Major Tours in Europe and America play 48 weeks a year with 4 Major Championships and four World Golf Championships and throw in an Olympics. There is plenty to go at!

We have studied extensively for six months to understand how to punt profitably on golf. We have crunched the data and concluded the bets to do and the bets TO AVOID, for optimum profit. We have developed ratings to find the players to follow who are better than the Bookmakers think and the ones to leave well alone.

Well now it’s time for the study to end and the bets to start. There will be bets in all the tournaments each week Win and each way. We have noticed that Bookmakers have extended the each way places sometimes to as many as 7 yes 7 each way places.We will spot the value in the markets and get you on.

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Well researched strategic golf betting , and as we go through the week our clients will be given further bets particularly in America so you can get on and then sit back and enjoy the action on sky as the action unfolds . 2 ball 3 ball , match bets you name it you will be on.  Even if you are no fan of golf, you are a fan of winning money!

Start 2016 with the best betting decision you will make and get on X22 Golf. We will start this week with the first bets coming your way on Tuesday!

Golf Gift Horse Says Adrian Fall…


Adrian Fall has a free golf tip for readers this week…

This is my first X22 blog post. I have been working with X22 for a few weeks now and it has been an excellent time for members of the X22 Golf Service.  Recent payouts have included…


And of course EUROPE was the bet of the year to win the Ryder Cup. I was at Gleneagles for the weekend, it was simply sensational. I would say that Sunday’s round by Rory McIlroy ranks as the best I have seen. He played sensational golf. Howver I do not think he will win this weekend!

The great thing about golf betting is the prices are BIG! Just look at the payouts we have had over the last few weeks (above). Sometimes though the boomakers get it badly wrong! I think they have this weekend and I have a BIG DOUBLE MAX EACH WAY BET..

Double Max Each Way Martin Kaymer 16/1 Coral 1/4 odds 6 places

Coral have gone barking mad offering this! Martin Kaymer is in form and full of confidence. He is a links golf maestro who has won this before- my advice, get on. Martin Kaymer returned to his best form with a bang in 2014, first securing the coveted Players Championship title at Sawgrass, before a sensational wire-to-wire victory at the US Open brought the German a second Major title.

Kaymer was one of the stars of the Ryder Cup last weekend for the victorious European team, along with world No 1 Rory McIlroy who is the favourite, but in my view he is not at all suited by the course and the conditions. The coastal wind does his game no good. He can, in my view be taken on in this tournament at 9/2.


The Alfred Dunhill Links Championship begins at 1pm on Thursday on Sky Sports 4. The Alfred Dunhill Links has two competitions running side-by-side, with the pros competing in a 72-hole strokeplay format while a pro-am takes place which sees the lowest score between a professional and his amateur partner scoring on each hole.

The event is held over three different links courses – St Andrews, Carnoustie and Kingsbarns – and has a pro-am format with a host of big-name (and not so big-name) celebrities joining the professionals in a team competition.

Over the opening 54 holes, each professional and his amateur partner will play one round at each of the venues.

Those who survive the cut will head back to the Old Course at St Andrews on Sunday to decide the destiny of the two titles – both the main tournament prize as well as the pro-am segment of the event.

Betting is only focused on the former and there have been a number of high-profile winners in the tournament’s 13-year history to date, including Colin Montgomerie, Lee Westwood, Padraig Harrington and two of the aforementioned 2014 Ryder Cup participants,  Stephen Gallacher and Martin Kaymer!

Over the years, Carnoustie has usually proved to be the highest-scoring of the three venues and that seems unlikely to change this week, with the Old Course and Kingsbarns traditionally producing the lowest scores of the week.


He has one of the best records round St Andrews and hits the ball really low, which is a big advantage. He is in great form and the price of 14/1. with 6 places each way is an absolutely phenomenal especially with Rory McIlroy not at all suited by the course or conditions. Get on now at 14/1, MAX EACH WAY BET!

Enjoy the weekend!

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