Having landed a 25/1 winner in the previous week's each-way column with Bubba Watson, Paul picked out Brooks Koepka as his selection for the Turkish Airlines Open at 33/1 and the American delivered, taking Paul's profit north of £200 and the column to more than £350.
Not to be outdone, Steve Rawlings managed to bag the winner in the OHL Classic at 32.031/1 at the halfway stage, picking out Charley Hoffman in his in-play blog.
On to racing, where our big prices tipster Tony Calvin enjoyed a profitable open meeting as Cheltenham with a 10.09/1 success in the form on Sam Winner on Saturday, followed up by a chunky 19.5 winner on Sunday as Garde La Victoire came home.
Next up, it's greyhound racing, where Darrell Williams landed three winners from his RPTV selections for a profit of more than three points.
The layers didn't fancy the chances of Wales when they visited Belgium on Sunday, but Jaymes Monte had faith in Chris Coleman's men and successfully advised a lay of the hosts at 1.330/100.
Neil Harvey also had a winner in Belgium as unders landed at 2.1411/10 - one of the full house of four from four for the Overs or Unders? column, which made a 3.37 profit for the weekend.
Elsewhere on Sunday, Reuben Thomas had a pair of winners in the regular Betfair Live Video preview as Cruzeiro beat Santos 1-0, landing the match odds at 3.02/1 and the unders at 1.834/5.
It was a profitable week at the World Grand Prix of Darts for Wayne Mardle, helped by four winners on the bounce, including a 3.711/4 tip on the 180s on Thursday as Mervyn King did the business on the treble 60s.
Finishing up with all things oval ball, starting Stateside, where Romilly Evans landed seven out of 10 winning bets in his weekend NFL preview, for a 3.5pt profit, helped by Green Bay romping to a 53-20 win.
In rugby union, Simon Mail landed three winners as South Africa beat England by under 12.5 points at 2.767/4, Scotland made the +20.5 handicap against New Zealand at 1.910/11 and Ireland won -40 against Georgia at 1.910/11. The winners bring his season profit to 5.76 points.
Ralph Ellis also had South Africa to beat England, with a straightforward tip on the match odds at 2.3611/8.