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  1. After hosting, which in my humble opinion, was a successful Cheltenham Tipping Competition, I wouldn't mind hosting another "reprise" of a Sports "Fantasy" competition I used to "host" at work, if I could muster a bit of interest from some of you Golf fans, out there. I worked for Credit Bookmakers, Sunderland's, in Croydon, for a number of years and ran a variety of "Fantasy Sports" competitions. We had a competition on all the 4 "Majors", in the golf season ( U.S.Masters, U.S.Open, U.S.P.G.A. Ch'ship and British Open). The U.S. Masters runs from 5th-8t April (inc.) this year The "Fantasy" competition would entail selecting 3 golfers from each of 4 groups of 8. These 32 players are the current top 32 golfers, in Bookmakers current betting lists, on the "Masters". Very briefly, the competition is based on each of your 12 selected golfers, finishing positions and bonus points given, for "Eagles", lowest round of the day and highest finishing golfer, from each of these World Regions ( Top American, Top European, Top Rest of World golfer). You will also be asked to nominate the most likely winner, from your 12 selected golfers. Again, should your nominated winner be victorious, you will be awarded bonus points, based on their fixed odds price. All these bonus points, will be MINUSED off the average finishing position, of your 12 selected golfers. So in this instance, LOWEST, is best. It sounds complicated but really, it isn't. My daughter, Hayley, came to work for Sunderlands, in her early 20s and entered all Dad's competitions and successfully, too. And her knowledge of golf at the time, was very limited. I won't post up exact details and rules of the competition until I know, if many of you are interested in entering and if it's worth bothering with it, or not. There's NO entry fee involved and therefore, NO prize money. It's just a bit of "virtual" fun. Please post on this thread, if you're interested in entering. Many Thanks. Tom (SE12)
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