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Final round
scores from the
RBC Heritage

C.T. Pan -12
Matt Kuchar -11
Patrick Cantlay -10
Scott Piercy -10
Shane Lowry -10
J.T. Poston -9
Seamus Power -9
Kevin Streelman -9
Sam Burns -8
Kevin Na -7
Troy Merritt -7
Michael Thompson -7
K.J. Choi -7
Rory Sabbatini -7
Ian Poulter -7

Final round
betting
odds for
the RBC
Heritage

Dustin Johnson 5/4
Ian Poulter 6/1
Shane Lowry 8/1
Patrick Cantlay 9/1
Rory Sabbatini 14/1
Matt Kuchar 20/1
Emiliano Grillo 22/1
Scott Piercy 22/1
Cheng-Tsung Pan 28/1
Trey Mullinax 33/1
Webb Simpson 40/1
K J Choi 50/1
Charley Hoffman 66/1
Rafael Cabrera-Bello 66/1
Sam Burns 66/1
Chez Reavie 100/1
Daniel Berger 100/1
Kevin Streelman 100/1
Alexander Noren 150/1
Eddie Pepperell 150/1
JJ Spaun 150/1
Tommy Fleetwood 150/1
Denny McCarthy 200/1
Michael Thompson 200/1
Billy Horschel 250/1
Luke Donald 250/1
Peter Malnati 250/1
Troy Merritt 250/1
Seamus Power 300/1
Joel Dahmen 400/1
Boo Weekley 500/1

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After Tigers amazing win to take his 15th major championship 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 not sure how Matt Kuchar 22/1 – with SportingBet – will feel after being in contention at The Masters. A final round 72 and finishing inside the Top 15 probably wasn’t what he was hoping for going into that final round. Matt is a past champion of this event and has six other Top 15s which includes three Top 10s and a Top 5 and as the event is sponsored by RBC who are one of his main sponsors he will want to do well this week.

After equalling the Augusta National course record on Saturday and then holding the lead during the final round Sunday Patrick Cantlay 22/1 – with BetFair – should be in buoyant mood, especially after opening up with a pair of 73s. Patrick has teed it up twice in this event and finished inside the Top 10 both times with a third-place finish on his first visit to Harbour Town GL

Another player that equalled the Augusta National course record on Saturday was Webb Simpson 28/1 – with SportingBet – and that 64 helped him to his best Masters finish and should see him in confident mood when arriving at Harbour Town. Webb has a runner-up finish here and four other Top 15s including a Top 5 last year.

Each-way tips:

After his win at the WGC Match Play Kevin Kisner 33/1 – with Ladbrokes – made the Top 25 at the Masters and to be honest I feel that was a good finish as it is always hard to perform the week after a win. Kevin also has a runner-up finish here and has only been outside the Top 11 once in the last four years.

How can I not tip Luke Donald 60/1 – with SportingBet – who has five runner-up finishes here with back-to-back runners-up finishes coming in the last three years. Luke obviously loves playing over the Harbour Town Links course but he must also be chomping on the bit to finally add this title to his list of victories and I feel these are great odds for the Englishman.

Outside tip:

Justin Harding 100/1 – with UniBet – is on quite a run at the moment and sitting inside the Top 10 at the Masters on Saturday night, he must have felt all his hard work had finally paid off. Justin already has a win on the European Tour this year and he has also won on the Asian and Sunshine Tours so knows how to get it across the line. This will be the first time that Harding has teed it up Harbour Town, but I feel the nature of the course will suit his golf game and in his current confident mood I feel these are great odds.

Longer odds:

Try Satoshi Kodaira 200/1 – with UniBet



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