20 Minute System Review

20 Minute System review

It's been a clean sweep in my 20 Minute System review with all three months finishing with a profit.

My total profit for the trial tallied up to £430.70 using £10 per point stakes and the ROI was a massive 35%.

Throughout the whole trial I recorded results for 123 bets and even though only 11 of them achieved a profit, it was all that was needed.

Betting on the Tournament Winner golf market means that many of the prices are high, some over 100/1. The bets are each-way though, so there's the chance to profit from golfers placing in the tournament.

Some of the place bets brought in some huge profits during my trial, such as Cameron Young placing in the Sanderson Farms Championship. This bet alone resulted in £370 profit at a price of 300/1.

That wasn't the only 300/1 place win either!

Click here to view my results log.


The 20 Minute System is ridiculously easy to use and takes up hardly any time at all.

Even if you have no interest in golf at all, it doesn't matter as you just need to put the bets on and wait for the winners to come in.

I am pleased to add it to my passed systems.

Update Two: 5th October 2021

I managed to find some more winners using the 20 Minute System in the second month of my trial, adding another £166.70 to my total.

Altogether I have made £369.70 using £10 per point, staking half a point each-way as the bank management advice suggests.

Again, it was a low strike rate with just 4 bets from 52 ending up with a profit, but that's all it took to finish ahead.

Click here to view my results log.


I am loving this system so far. It's so easy to use and really doesn't take up much time at all.

Hopefully some more wins are in store for the next month.

Update One: 31st August 2021

I have had quite the start to my trial of the 20 Minute System, landing a 45/1 tournament winner on my second bet!

As I had expected, I did encounter a long streak of losing bets but it wasn't too long before another big winner came along at odds of 25/1.

To round up my first month using the system, I have had 30 bets with a win rate of 10% and a return of 67.7%.

My total profit for the month is 20.3 pts or £203.00 using £10 stakes. All bets are 0.5 pts each-way so that would be £5.00 each-way.

Click here to view my results log.


A tremendous start! I do hope that I can continue to find some more winners with the system.

My trial will carry on for at least another couple of months, so I'll be back with an update next month.

Introduction: 25th July 2021

The 20 Minute System is a golf betting system that is said to work on gubbed accounts and only takes 20 minutes per week to use.

That had my attention right away but when I found out it was one of Mike Cruickshank's systems, I was even more intrigued.

If you haven't heard of Mike, he is basically the Godfather of matched betting and has been running the highly acclaimed Bonus Bagging service for many years.

More recently though, he has been focusing on value betting systems and the 20 Minute System is one of his latest inventions.

The system is has apparently generated 519 points profit over 18 months, so at £10 stakes that is £5,190 profit.

It comes as a piece of web-based software that finds all the bets for you and there's a quick start guide to help you get started right away.

Being a golf betting system it has a pretty low workload, given that there are usually only two events each week. I am interested to see if it really does take only 20 minutes per week to operate though.

I will be recording my own results for the system and I'll report back in a month to let you know how I get on with it.

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    1. You don’t need to know anything about golf as all bets are provided, so you simply need to place them at the bookies.

  1. I bought the 20 minute system at the same time your trial started and to date I have had no winners only a couple of places for a 40 point loss. Everybody will have different results with this software.

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