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Final round
scores from the
RBC Heritage

Satoshi Kodaira -12
Won in play-off

Si Woo Kim -12
Bryson DeChambeau -11
Luke List -11
Webb Simpson -10
Billy Horschel -10
Kevin Streelman -9
Patrick Cantlay -9
Bill Haas -9
Byeong Hun An -9
Chesson Hadley -9
Kevin Kisner -9
Ian Poulter -9

Final round
betting odds
RBC Heritage

Ian Poulter 9/4
Luke List 4/1
Si-Woo Kim 4/1
Billy Horschel 10/1
Kevin Kisner 10/1
C.T. Pan 14/1
Chesson Hadley 16/1
Matt Kuchar 33/1
Rory Sabbatini 40/1
Ryan Moore 50/1
Webb Simpson 80/1
Brandt Snedeker 100/1
Danny Lee 100/1
Byeong Hun An 125/1
Bill Haas 150/1
Brian Harman 200/1
Lucas Glover 200/1
Martin Laird 200/1
Patrick Cantlay 200/1
Andrew Landry 250/1
Bryson DeChambeau 250/1
Charley Hoffman 250/1
Emiliano Grillo 250/1
Satoshi Kodaira 250/1
Xander Schauffele 250/1
Dylan Frittelli 300/1
Scott Piercy 300/1
Kevin Streelman 400/1
Jonas Blixt 500/1
Meen-Whee Kim 500/1
Ted Potter 500/1


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Review & Betting Guide for the RBC Heritage


Paul Casey
Paul Casey
Torrey Wiley

Matt Kuchar
Matt Kuchar

Paul Casey
Cameron Smith
Australian PGA

Jorge Campillo
Webb Simpson
Keith Allison

Luke Donald
Luke Donald
James Kennedy

Jason Kokrak
Jason Kokrak

Branden Grace
Aaron Baddeley
Keith Allison


After Patrick Reed's 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:

I am sure Paul Casey 16/1 – with Coral – will be in confident mood after his final round 65 at the Masters, but if you look at his record so far this year its not that surprising as he has only finished outside the Top 20 once in nine starts and has a win and two other Top 10s in that run. Casey is not a regular competitor in this event but he has played here a few times and has several Top 20 finishes, but in his current form and the disappointment of not challenging last week I expect him to be in one of the final pairings come Sunday afternoon.

I tipped Matt Kuchar 22/1 – with SportingBet – at the Masters last week and on the second day he was leading for a while and a couple of bad shots see him slide down the leaderboard and never really recover. Matt won this event four years ago and he will want to put that second round collapse behind him as soon as possible and what better why to do that than on a course that he seems to enjoy playing and has several Top 10 finishes as well as that win.

As many of you know I have tipped Cameron Smith 28/1 – with Bet365 – many times this year on the PGA Tour and the back end of last year in Australia when he won. I do think the lad has a lot of talent and will go far and I think that was proven last week at the Masters when his final round 66 see him move into the Top 5 his second in two starts after his Top 5 at the WGC Dell Match Play. Cameron has played here twice before and has a Top 15 finish but he will be in confident mood this week and I can see him in the thick of it come Sunday

My each-way tips:

I did tip Webb Simpson 33/1 – with Ladbrokes – as my long shot odds at the Masters last week at 150/1 and after a terrible start finished well shooting a five under final round. Webb had a runner-up finish here a couple of years ago and has several Top 15 finishes over the Harbour Town Links. Simpson has had three Top 10 finishes so far this season, two of which have been Top 5s and I think we will see him challenging again this week.

Luke Donald 55/1 – with Bet365 – has had five runner-up finishes in this event in the last nine years and has had back-to-back runner-up finishes in the last two, to say he enjoys playing this course would be an understatement. Luke hasn’t been in the best of form over the last couple of years and has still managed to perform when he arrives at Harbour Town Links and I am sure of all the events he plays in he believes this is the one he can win.

Outside tip:

It has been and up and down season so far for Jason Kokrak 80/1 – with BetVictor – who has six Top 20 finishes with three of them being inside the Top 10, but he also has couple of missed cuts and some high place finishes hence his odds. But Jason is another player that has started to enjoy playing this course and has three Top 20 finishes in the last four years one of which was a sixth place finish which could have been better but for a final round 73.

Longer odds:

Try past champion Aron Baddeley 200/1 – with PaddyPower – who also has a runner-up finish here.

As always good luck

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