Coming off the high of The Masters is always hard but we've got a great field heading out to Harbour Town this week for the RBC Heritage.
Led by world number one Dustin Johnson, there's plenty of top players in the field this week, with many of them at some nice and generous odds.
Let's get into the bets for this week ⬇️
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RBC Heritage Top Pick🏆
26 year-old Matt Fitzpatrick already has six professional victories to his name, but with all of them coming on the European Tour, he's yet to breakthrough here in the States.
Fitzpatrick won as recently as December, when he took out the DP World Tour Championsip (think the FedEx Cup but for the Euro Tour) and currently sits in 17th in the Official World Golf Rankings.
Fitz finished T34 at The Masters last week, with his results on the PGA Tour leading into Augusta as follows: T18, T9, T10, T11 and T5!
This ability to consistently finish in the Top-20, coupled with his hunger for a maiden PGA dub, means that Matthew Fitzpatrick is our top pick for the 2021 RBC Heritage.
Check out Fitzpatrick's most recent win here👇
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Another Englishman yet to get his first win on the PGA Tour, it would be an understatement to say that Tommy Fleetwood is due for a win.
The 24th ranked played in the world, Fleetwood has also won six times in his professional career, with the most recent coming at the 2019 NedBank Golf Challenge.
At 55/1, it's hard to look past a man with this much talent who will be keen to build on an Augusta showing that had all the highs and lows expected from a week of golf.
Check out one of his big wins here👇
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RBC Heritage Dark Horse🔮
Ok, bear with us here. Luke Donald comes into this week at a wiiiild 600/1 and we have some genuine logic as to why you should sprinkle some money on him, as well as taking him to make the cut and finish in the Top-20 and Top-10.
Only two men have finished second at a single event without winning it more often than Luke Donald has at the RBC Heritage (including previous names of the same tournament).
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With five second place finishes (including as recently as 2017) Donald is behind only Jack Nicklaus (seven runner-ups at the Canadian Open) and Phil Mickelson (six runner-ups at the US Open).
The even more impressive point to come out of this is that Nicklaus and Mickelson's runs have come across multiple courses, whereas our man Luke has recorded all of these finishes at Harbour Town Golf Links.
As well as his previous history at the course, we're liking the former world number one partly due to his odds, his positive attitude on Instagram and that he becomes the third of three Englishmen in our picks this week!
Check out the highlights from Donald's most recent second-place finish at Heritage here👇
2021 Dark Horse record:
Sungjae Im @ Sentry TOC – T5 (Top 5)
Marc Leishman @ Sony Open – T4 (Top 5)
Cameron Champ @ AmEx – CUT
Corey Conners @ Farmers – T37
Jason Day @ Phoenix – CUT
Harold Varner @ Pebble – CUT
Cameron Smith @ Genesis – 4th (Top 5)
Collin Morikawa @ WGC Workday – WIN
Marc Leishman @ AP Invitational – CUT
Tommy Fleetwood @ PLAYERS - CUT
J.T. Poston @ Honda - CUT
Rafa Campos @ Texas - T34
Marc Leishman @ Masters - T5 (Top 5)
As you can see, we've now had five dark horses place in the Top-5 this season, including an outright winner!
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