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In an effort to attract the game’s bigger names to compete less than a week after the conclusion of the season’s first major, the RBC Heritage got a boost as one of the PGA Tour’s Signature Events last year. The plan worked to perfection 12 months ago and once again the field is loaded with talent making the short trip from Augusta to Hilton Head, SC. The feature player is Scottie Scheffler, coming off his second Masters championship in three years. He was a big favorite last week and Scheffler opened at the top of the odds board significantly ahead of the field that consists of Xander Schauffele, Ludvig Aberg and Rory McIlroy. Defending champion Matthew Fitzpatrick is further down the odds board. Visit BookMaker.eu for a complete updated list of betting odds when you’re ready to place a wager.

RBC Heritage Betting Odds

Scottie Scheffler +450

Xander Schauffele +1215

Ludvig Aberg +1450

Rory McIlroy +1615

Patrick Cantlay +1650

Collin Morikawa +2015

Tommy Fleetwood +2050

Max Homa +3050

Matt Fitzpatrick +3050

Cameron Young +3350

Si Woo Kim +3350

Jordan Spieth +3350

Will Zalatoris +3550

Wyndham Clark +3550

Russell Henley +4050

Sahith Theegala +4050

Shane Lowry +4050

Tom Kim +5050

Tony Finau +5050

Brian Harman +5550

Corey Conners +5550

Justin Thomas +5550

Sam Burns +5550

Akshay Bhatia +6050

Jason Day +6050

Harris English +6050

Sungjae Im +6050

Cameron Davis +6300

Denny McCarthy +6350

Chris Kirk +6350

J.T. Poston +6550

Sepp Straka +7050

Byeong Hun An +7550

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Odds Analysis

Cameron Davis +6300

You have to like a good value pick and Davis is seemingly it. Though he was never in contention to win the Masters he finished a respectable T12 giving him four endings within the top 21 in his last six starts. While some of the notables might be hung over from their Masters experience, the door is open for Davis at a joint he’s performed well. Over his last three visits to Harbour Town he has a podium finish and a T7 among his three top 25s with a scoring average just over 68.

Matt Fitzpatrick +3050

Overlooking his MC at Harbour Town in 2002, Fitzpatrick has been an ideal performer on the track. In four of his other five starts he placed among the top 15 capped by a playoff win in last year’s edition. He also enters on a run of solid form with two top 10s ahead of his T22 last week at the Masters.

Russell Henley +4050

He may have been overwhelmed with a return to his old stomping grounds settling for a T38 at the Masters. He ended with his best score of the week, though, carding a 1-under 71 giving him some momentum for his trip to SC. The week before Augusta, Henley shot three rounds of 69 to place solo fourth at the Texas Open, his third finish among the top 4 this season. He’s also had some success at Harbour Town placing among the top 20 in two of his last three visits.

Xander Schauffele +1215

We can compare Schauffele to Scheffler in another category other than just their last names, which are remarkably similar. The X-man teased in Augusta and eventually earned a solo eighth, the seventh time this season he placed among the top 10. The only player with more is, of course, the best player in the world with eight. Schauffele had enough in the tank to finish fourth here last year and I like his chances.

Jordan Spieth +3350

If anything can cure Spieth’s recent ills it’s a visit to Harbour Town. Over the last two playings only one golfer has been better than Spieth with his playoff loss to Fitzpatrick last year spoiling his bid for a repeat. The good news is that Spieth can’t get a MC this week since there is no cut. Still, an early exit in three of his last four starts is concerning. On the positive side he’s only a few weeks removed from a T10 at the Texas Open.

Course: Harbour Town Golf Links – 7,213 yards, Par 71

Consistently ranked as one of the top courses in America, Harbour Town has hosted every edition of the RBC Heritage and received a boost in yardage ahead of this year’s tournament. At a little over 7,200 yards now, the course is still on the short side by Tour standards, but it’s challenging nonetheless with tight fairways, tricky small greens and a number of strategically placed bunkers. Accuracy and positioning off the tee are important. Tee shots that land in the fairway could still be obstructed by overhanging trees bringing luck into the equation. The birdie rate is low and eagles are nearly out of the question making par a good score. However, the course can be had. Fitzpatrick’s 17-under last year marked the third time in four years the winner finished at that number or better.

TV Coverage: Golf Channel, CBS

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