RBC Heritage Golf Odds - PGA Tour Betting

RBC Heritage Golf Odds

Back at its usual spot in the rotation as a follow up to The Masters, the RBC Heritage will have a stronger than normal field when the PGA Tour heads to Harbour Town Golf Links this week. The biggest name in the field is Dustin Johnson, one of several players to get caught in Augusta National’s torturous grasp last week. DJ opened as the betting favorite looking to rebound from a run of uncharacteristic poor form that saw him miss the cut in his defense of the green jacket. The tournament was moved to June last year due to the COVID pause with Webb Simpson emerging as the winner with a scoring record at the Heritage. In all 37 golfers are scheduled to make the trip this week from Augusta to Hilton Head, S.C. Head over to BookMaker.eu for a complete list of betting odds when you’re ready to place a wager.

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Dustin Johnson +1000

Webb Simpson +1200

Patrick Cantlay +1600

Collin Morikawa +2000

Daniel Berger +2200

Matthew Fitzpatrick +2200

Abraham Ancer +2500

Cameron Smith +2500

Tyrrell Hatton +2500

Paul Casey +2800

Corey Conners +3000

Sergio Garcia +3000

Sungjae Im +3000

Tommy Fleetwood +3000

Brian Harman +3300

Lee Westwood +3300

Will Zalatoris +3300

Kevin Na +3500

Harris English +4000

Matt Kuchar +4000

Russell Henley +4000

Shane Lowry +4000

Si Woo Kim +4000

Billy Horschel +5000

Christiaan Bezuidenhout +5000

Kevin Kisner +5000

Robert MacIntyre +5000

Charley Hoffman +6000

Ian Poulter +6000

Chris Kirk +6600

Kevin Streelman +6600

Sebastian Munoz +7000

Brendon Todd +7500

Cameron Davis +7500

Emiliano Grillo +7500

Branden Grace +8000

Carlos Ortiz +8000

Lucas Glover +8000

Matt Wallace +8000

Odds Analysis

Matthew Fitzpatrick +2200

He made the cut at Augusta, which is more than several other big names can say. And Fitzpatrick has been steady over the last few months with four finishes of T11 or better in his previous five PGA Tour stroke play events. He’s also been a solid performer on the Euro circuit and calls Harbour Town one of his favorite courses. A pair of top 15s in his last three starts at the layout show he’s not off on his assessment.

Kevin Kisner +5000

Maybe a home game will help revive Kisner’s game. He missed the cut at The Masters and THE PLAYERS and has placed outside the top-20 in his last six stroke-play events. He lost in a playoff at Harbour Town in 2015 and has two additional top-11 showings. He also calls the course one of his favorite on Tour. “I love it here. It’s probably the top three on Tour for me,” he said. He’ll have to find his game, but there is a comfort level on a tricky course that makes Kisner a worthwhile pick at his price.

Matt Kuchar +4000

When it comes to course form it’s hard to overlook the exploits of Kuchar. Besides, he has something to prove after missing the cut last week. There’s no denying his game fits the layout – he tends to keep the ball low avoiding many of the in-play hazards and his accuracy is impeccable. His game has been up and down recently, but he was solid at the WGC Match Play giving me a reason to back him at his current price. Following his win here in 2014 he has a runner-up and fifth among his four top-11 showings. He’s also 16 for 16 since the 2004 edition.

Webb Simpson +1200

Simpson actually had a decent showing last week finishing T12. And he returns to Harbour Town as the defending champ after setting a scoring record with a 22-under 262. He needed every one of those strokes to fend off Abraham Ancer. He’s another player who claims the layout is one of his favorite and the results back him up. Over his last four starts here, Simpson has been T13 or better entering the final round.

Will Zalatoris +3300

After what Zalatoris has done on Tour in his brief career it’s hard to imagine him offered at this price. Sure, the bubble will burst at some point, but I might as well ride him after his solid showing at The Masters where he finished second behind a great set of irons. And those sticks are needed to carve up Harbour Town, so I’m sticking with the Z-man.

Course: Harbour Town Golf Links – 7,121 yards, Par 71

Consistently ranked among one of the top courses in America, Harbour Town is also up there as one of the layouts the PGA Tour pros play on a yearly basis. While the track is short by Tour standards and a number of players in the field have attacked the course in the past, it’s still a difficult test even for the best golfers. Accuracy and positioning off the tee are paramount at Harbour Town with its narrow corridors and tree-lined fairways. Tee shots that land in the fairway could still be obstructed by overhanging trees, so luck is always important here. Another test is hitting the greens, which are among the smallest targets on Tour. Don’t expect a lot of eagles and the birdie rate is low on this layout making par a good friend of the field.

TV Coverage: Golf Channel, CBS

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