As the name suggests, the Tee and Serve Tips service concentrates of finding winning bets in Tennis and Golf tournaments.
Chris, the man behind the service, states he has been betting professionally on these sports for a long time, ‘longer than he cares to remember.’
As with all Betting Gods tipsters, Chris had to go through a vetting period to prove that they can deliver a profit long-term before going live.
In that time, and since going live, the Tee and Serve Tips service has grown its betting bank by 173% and has generated a profit 13 out of 19 months. For the most up-to-date figures click here.
Quick service overview
Chris invests a lot of his time trying to find value betting opportunities; recommending a mixture of single bets, doubles, trebles, and the occasional accumulator. He also bets on the outright tournament winner, individual match winners, and 2 or 3 ball golf markets.
Receiving The Tips
The tips are sent to members’ via email, and they are also pinged to the Betting Gods app. The app is available on the iOS and Android platform. Members’ can also log into the members’ area on the Betting Gods website. This means that you shouldn’t really miss a tip.
Frequency & Amount of Tips
Tips are sent on a daily basis. On busy days, usually the Wednesday before the major golf tournaments, Chris will send an updated alert with any further tips. He may also send a late 3rd alert with any 3 ball bets.
The service generates a lot of tips, over 100 per month. On busy days, there can be up to 20 separate tips.
Typical Odds & Availability
Since launching, the average odds of his tips are 6.92 but this figure is distorted by the high odds of his outright golf tournament picks, which can be as high as 200/1.
The odds should be available with 2 of the leading bookies, and we found that prices were easily attainable at the advertised odds, especially the 2/3-ball markets and the tennis tips.
Staking and Betting Bank
The majority of the tips tend to be 1pt but there can be 2/3pt or higher selections. Selections tend to be on the win market, even for the outright golf market.
Given the each-way market on the Golf (some bookmakers pay out on the first 10 places) we feel that for those who have access to these bookmakers (Sky, PaddyPower, Coral or others) it might pay to split stakes and back each-way.
Given the sheer number of tips, you will need a large betting bank. The recommended size is 250 points. This is needed to weather the long losing runs that betting on outright golf markets produce.
In addition, chunks of your betting bank will be tied up for 5 days on the golf outright markets. The good news is you do not have to wait long for a winner because these are offset by the Tennis and Golf single bets including 2/3 balls.
Account closure ratings
Cost of the Service
You are not tied to any contracts, free to cancel anytime and will receive any payments made in the last 30 days.
Return on Investment
At the time of this post, the Tee and Serve Tips service has returned a monthly average of £233.50 to its members. For the latest figures click here.
A typical tipping email sent by Tee and Serve Tips
30th September Selections
Tipster: Tee And Serve Tips | Published: 30th Sep at 8:02 UK Time
Tennis, French Open, Men
Warwrinka to bt koepfer 3-0 (1000) 1 point win – 2.7 betfair, 2.62 paddy power, 2.45 Novibet
Ceccianato to bt Londero 3-0 (1300) 1 point win – 2.7 betfair, 2.62 Betway, paddy power
Tennis, French Open, Women
Putinseva to bt Podoroska 2-0 (1000) 1 point win – 2.1 redzone, William Hill, 10bet
Pironkova to bt Williams 2-0 (1130) 1 point win 6.0 Boylesports, William Hill, betfair
Mertens to bt Kanepi 2-0 (1400) 1 point win 1.67 888 sport, Unibet, redzone
Next message by 1700 with PGA and European Tour Golf picks.
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30th September Selections Update
Tipster: Tee And Serve Tips | Published: 30th Sep at 13:17 UK Time
European Tour, Scottish Open:
To win Outright:
Erik Van Rooyen, 1 point win – 29 gentingbet, Spreadex, Bet365
Rasmus Hojgaard, 1 point win – 31 Bet365, 29 Boylesports, 888 sport
Andy Sullivan, 1 point win, 36 Bet365, bet Victor, William Hill
Justin Harding, 1 point win, 71 betfred, bet Victor, Skybet
Top Frenchman: Romain Langasque, 1 point win, 4.5 betfair, paddy power, 4 Boylesports
Top Swedish: Joakim Lagergren, 1 point win, 2.7 betfair, paddy power, 2.48 Vbet
PGA Tour, Sanderson Farms Championship:
To win Outright:
Sungjae Im, 1 point win, 13 gentingbet, Bet365, Boylesports
Adam Long, 1 point win, 34 Bet365, 888 sport, paddy power
Patrick Rodgers, 1 point win, 51 gentingbet, 10bet, Bet365
Brandt Snedeker, 1 point win, 101 Bet365, Betfred, William Hill
Top South African: Dylan Frittelli, 1 point win, 2.25 Boylesports, 2.1 Betway, William Hill
Top Australian: Matt Jones, 1 point win, 4 William Hill, 3.75 Boylesports, Vbet
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Our Tee and Serve Tips summary
- It’s clear that Chris is dedicated to finding winning bets but can you be an expert on two different sports? His profits suggest he can.
- Due to the large number of bets, the Tee and Serve Tips requires a fair bit of effort to get the best out of the service.
- If you enjoy watching your Golf, you will get a lot of enjoyment out of the bets, especially when your pick is in the running on a Sunday.
- You will need a large betting bank and there will be losing months, so you will need to ride these. Easier, said than done!
- Use the Betting Gods app to receive your tips.
We recommend trialling the service before committing and 105 days should be long enough to see if the service suits you.