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After Sergio Garcia's incredible win at last weeks Masters its back to the PGA Tour, which pitches up in South Carolina this week to arguably the oldest golf course in the United States, South Carolina Golf Club, which was formed by Scottish merchants in 1786.
Today the resort now boosts three courses and this week’s RBC Heritage is played over the Harbour Town Golf Links. Opened for play in 1969 and designed by Pete Dye in consultation with Jack Nicklaus, Harbour Town Golf Links is recognised as one of America's top courses and is repeatedly selected by the players on the PGA Tour as one of their favorite courses.
The course is a shot makers dream and those who can move the ball and have the imagination and finesse, rather than brute force will be rewarded on this track. The course measures 6,973 yards not the longest by today’s standards but when the wind blows off the Calibogue sound, this course will put the professionals who play here this week to a stern test.
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My tips to win:
A hole in one at the Masters and a Top 5 finish will see Matt Kuchar 16/1 with BetFair bouncing through the gates at Harbour Links this week. Matt is another player that seems to up his game when he arrives here and is also a past champion and has several Top 10s. Matt has been playing steady golf this year but has not really been in the thick of the battle yet and he will be looking to be in one of the final pairings come Sunday afternoon here.
After holing his wedge shot on the 15th at Augusta Branden Grace 28/1 with Bet365 will be in buoyant mood this week with the added bonus of knowing he is the defending champion. To be honest that's probably the only good thing that has happened on a golf course for the South African this year, as he hasn't really challenged on either the European or PGA Tour. But its those little things that suddenly change a whole season round and with a win and a seventh place finish from two starts he obviously loves Habour Town Golf Links
Like my other picks Luke Donald 40/1 with BetVictor is another player that has a good record over the Harbour Town Links, but unlike the others he is still waiting for that elusive win here. Luke has four runner-up finishes here and that includes last year when his game wasnt in good shape hence me still picking Jim Furyk. Donald obviously loves the track and its been another up and down season for the Englishman this year, but seeing his great friend Sergio Garcia win and the weekend and not being involved in this years Masters I feel will just be the spur he needs.
My each-way tips
Another player who loves the links here is Jim Furyk 45/1 with BetFred who has two wins, two runner-up and a bunch of Top 10 finishes here. It has not been a great year for Jim and so far this year hes best score was scraping it into the Top 30 at the WGC Dell Match play and he also missed the cut at last weeks Masters. But with his record here that could all change this week and I think teeing it up here this week is just what the Pennsylvanian needs.
One player who did tee it up at The Masters and made a great impression on the tournament was William McGirt 50/1 with Ladbrokes and I am sure he will still be buzzing when he arrives this week. William has had a couple of Top 10s this year and although he found the Harbour Town Links hard to fathom out earlier in his career McGirt now has two Top 10 finishes in the last three years and with a new found confidence I can see him challenging here this week.
My outside tip:
There are a couple of tips this week for various reasons, first is Ian Poulter 150/1 with 888Sport Ian has been trying to find some form and has played some steady golf but missed the cut in his last outing, but after watching his Ryder Cup team mate win at the weekend I am sure he will take a lot of inspiration from that. Next is Boo Weekley 175/1 with Bet365 is another player that comes into this week on a bad run of form, but the Floridian is a back-to-back winner here and I would never dismiss someone whos done that over this track.
As always good luck
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