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2022 RBC Heritage Odds, Predictions, DFS Pick: How To Back Daniel Berger, Adam Hadwin, More

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2022 RBC Heritage Odds

Golfer Odds
Justin Thomas +1300
Collin Morikawa +1400
Cameron Smith +1600
Dustin Johnson +1800
Patrick Cantlay +1800
Matthew Fitzpatrick +2000
Shane Lowry +2200
Corey Conners +2500
Daniel Berger +2800
Russell Henley +3000
Im Sung-jae +3300
Webb Simpson +3300
Joaquin Niemann +3500
Billy Horschel +4000
Jordan Spieth +4000
Tyrrell Hatton +4000
Alexander Noren +5000
Chris Kirk +5000
Kevin Kisner +5000
Kevin Na +5000
Maverick McNealy +5000
Harold Varner III +5500
Si Woo Kim +5500
Tommy Fleetwood +5500
Adam Hadwin +6000
Jason Kokrak +6000
Brian Harman +6600
Matt Kuchar +6600
Tom Hoge +7000
Kevin Streelman +8000
Sebastian Munoz +8000
J. J. Spaun +9000
Mito Guillermo Pereira +9000
Russell Knox +9000
Aaron Wise +10000
Cameron Tringale +10000
Cameron Young +10000
Charles Howell III +10000
Denny McCarthy +10000
Erik Van Rooyen +10000
Ian Poulter +10000
Luke List +10000
Patton Kizzire +10000
Sepp Straka +10000
Stewart Cink +10000
Troy Merritt +10000
Brendon Todd +12500
Brian Stuard +12500
Cheng-Tsung Pan +12500
Doug Ghim +12500
Dylan Frittelli +12500
Joel Dahmen +12500
Lucas Glover +12500
Scott Stallings +12500
Adam Svensson +15000
Alex Smalley +15000
Branden Grace +15000
Danny Willett +15000
Mackenzie Hughes +15000
Matthew NeSmith +15000
Michael Thompson +15000
Sahith Theegala +15000
Anirban Lahiri +17500
Beau Hossler +17500
Cameron Davis +17500
Chad Ramey +17500
Charley Hoffman +17500
Davis Riley +17500
Kyoung-Hoon Lee +17500
Lanto Griffin +17500
Nate Lashley +17500
Pat Perez +17500
Rickie Fowler +17500
Brandt Snedeker +20000
Carlos Ortiz +20000
Emiliano Grillo +20000
Kramer Hickok +20000
Nick Taylor +20000
Takumi Kanaya +20000
Adam Long +22500
Andrew D. Putnam +22500
Charl Schwartzel +25000
Harry Higgs +25000
JT Poston +25000
Satoshi Kodaira +25000
Zach Johnson +25000
Brice Garnett +30000
Chez Reavie +30000
Danny Lee +30000
Doc Redman +30000
Garrick Higgo +30000
Henrik Stenson +30000
Hudson Swafford +30000
Luke Donald +30000
Sam Ryder +30000
Scott Piercy +30000
Wyndham Clark +30000
Joseph Bramlett +30000
Tyler Duncan +35000
Adam Schenk +40000
Bryson Nimmer +40000
Graeme McDowell +40000
Hank Lebioda +40000
Jim Furyk +40000
Jonathan Byrd +40000
Peter Malnati +40000
Robert Streb +40000
Roger Sloan +40000
Ryan Brehm +40000
Wesley Bryan +40000
Ben Martin +50000
Bill Haas +50000
Brandon Hagy +50000
Brian Gay +50000
Camilo Villegas +50000
Chesson Hadley +50000
Davis Love III +50000
Henrik Norlander +50000
James Hahn +50000
James Piot +50000
Jim Herman +50000
Kevin Tway +50000
Martin Trainer +50000
Michael Gligic +50000
Mike Deneen +50000
Morgan Hoffmann +50000
Nick Watney +50000
Richy Werenski +50000
Scott Brown +50000
Stephan Jaeger +50000
Sung Kang +50000
William McGirt +50000
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The week after the Masters is always tough to get excited about, knowing we have to wait another year to watch the best golf tournament in the world.

The good news: The field for this week’s RBC Heritage is stronger than anyone could have anticipated, headlined by Justin Thomas, Dustin Johnson, Collin Morikawa and Cameron Smith.

Harbour Town Golf Links is certainly a different test of golf that we saw at Augusta National. It is a par-71 that measures 7,121 yards, and the fairways here are narrow and tree-lined and there are water hazards galore.

Playing from the short grass will be critical, which is why we see so many golfers hit less than driver off the tee on a lot of holes. This is certainly a week to favor driving accuracy over distance off the tee.

The big story with this Pete Dye design are the green complexes. They are 3,700 square feet on average, making them some of the smallest greens on the PGA TOUR.

Naturally, this makes iron play and around the green play extremely important. Golfers will have to be dialed in with their approach shots to give themselves birdie looks and will have to be good around the greens in order to avoid making bogeys.

For this week’s event, I’m targeting golfers who can keep it in play off the tee, are good on approach, can scramble and who have experience here and on other Dye designs.

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Favorite Outright: Daniel Berger +3500 (Caesars)

I know he really struggled on the weekend at Augusta National, but that’s been a common theme for Berger over the last five years. I’m willing to overlook one bad outing, especially since he finished T13 at THE PLAYERS and fourth at the Honda Classic.

Berger tends to play his best on shorter courses that feature Bermuda grass greens, so it’s no surprise that he has played well at Harbour Town in his career. He’s accurate off the tee, he’s a top-five iron player in the field, and he’s very good around the greens.

I don’t expect this +3500 number to be around for much longer, so run to Caesars to grab it.

Favorite Longshot: Matt Kuchar +6600 (PointsBet)

It’s the year 2022, and I am betting on Kuchar to win a golf tournament. There are only two possible options here: I’m Charlie Brown trying to kick the football only to have it taken away at the last moment, or Kuchar has actually found something in his game and is ready to contend at these shorter courses again.

At +6600, I’m willing to bet on it being the latter. He’s coming off of his two best finishes in quite some time (T16 at Valspar and second at Valero), and he should be well rested after missing the Masters.

Kuchar clearly loves it around Harbour Town, having made 10 straight cuts here with a win and three other top-10 finishes. And for the record, I will be adding a top-10 bet.

Favorite DFS Value: Adam Hadwin ($7,600 DraftKings / $9,500 FanDuel)

There are two schools of thought on chalk in PGA DFS. The first is that golf is a volatile sport on a weekly basis and it therefore makes sense to fade chalk as much as possible. The other is that if a golfer is clearly underpriced, we should take advantage of the site’s mistakes.

I’m not sure I can get away from Hadwin this week. He’s coming off of three straight top-seven finishes where he gained 11.8 strokes on approach. We know he’s going to hit fairways and we know he has an elite short game, so he could easily find himself in contention again if he continues to stripe his irons.

Best of luck 🍀

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