Sweden vs Brazil
|Date / Time:||Wednesday 23 November 2011|
|Betting Tip:||Sweden v Brazil|
|Best Odds:||1.28 @ Stan James BET NOW »|
|Win / Loss:||146-5-102|
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- This golf betting tip comes from the World Cup of Golf and the 1st Round four balls between Sweden and Brazil.
- To be quite honest Sweden could be odds of 1.1 to win this match and I would still be tempted.
- This is a complete miss match which you rarely see in golf tournament's throughout the year.
- Sweden have a great record in this event winning the title in 2008 and finishing 2nd the following year.
- They will be represented by Robert Karlsson (#28 in the World) and Alexander Noren (#63).
- Karlsson has had a solid year capped by his 4th place finish in the US PGA Championship.
- Noren has won twice in Europe in 2011 and is a very explosive player.
- Both are long off the tee which will be crucial on this golf course and should help them make a lot of birdies.
- Brazil are represented by Adilson Da Silva (#376) and Lucas Lee (#876).
- Da Silva plays his golf on the Sunshine Tour and has actually won twice this season in South Africa.
- His recent form has been poor though missing his last two cuts coming into this event.
- I had to do some digging on Lucas Lee. Turns out he is Ramona Flowers's second evil ex from the film Scott Pilgrim versus the World as well as being a pro golfer.
- Ok so I might of got mixed up there. Lee has been playing on both the Canadien Tour and Asian Tour this season with very little success.
- He missed the cut in 4 of his last 5 events in Asia and last played at the start of this month on the Canadian Tour, again failing to make the weekend.
- This is his debut in the World Cup and he is out of his depth. This really should be an easy win for Sweden.
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