2024 RBC Heritage One & Done Picks: Harbour Town OAD Selections

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Via David Cannon/Getty Images. Pictured: Patrick Cantlay of The United States plays his tee shot on the fourth hole during the first round of the 2024 Masters Tournament at Augusta National Golf Club on April 11, 2024 in Augusta, Georgia.

The Masters is gone, but we chug along with our 2024 RBC Heritage One & Done Picks. If you are a PGA Tour bettor and DFS grinder, you know and love Harbour Town. If you are new and hooked after the Masters, welcome!

The PGA Tour heads to Hilton Head Island, South Carolina for the 2024 RBC Heritage and a very different test than last week. Position and accuracy are the name of the game around Harbour Town Golf Links. Golfers will hit less than driver off a ton of tees and focus on position from the fairway.

Similar names find success on an annual basis as Harbour Town has a ton of nuance. Experience is very important around here as well as playing this tournament before it became a signature event.

I want to avoid golfers who are only here because they have to be and target the ones who play this event regularly. Let's take a closer look at the odds and target some 2024 RBC Heritage One & Done picks.

2024 RBC Heritage One & Done Picks

Patrick Cantlay +1500

Some things are inevitable, and Patrick Cantlay at Harbour Town is one of them. Cantlay has played this event six times and finished tied for seventh or better five times, which also includes four finishes of third or better.

He found something with his ball-striking at Augusta but putted poorly. This seems to be a trend for Cantlay around Augusta, who gained over four strokes ball-striking but lost over two on the greens, which marked the fourth consecutive year where he has lost at least two strokes putting at the Masters.

This is a very enticing stat profile as Cantlay was losing strokes on approach for the last few weeks before the Masters and was bound to turn around the ship in the near future. Just four starts ago, Cantlay nearly won The Genesis Invitational, so he has shown his upside recently.

He plays well around Harbour Town every single year no matter the form, but it is nice to see some nice form from him heading into the week. Cantlay may be chalky, but he is a very safe option for your 2024 RBC Heritage One and Done pool.

Brian Harman +4500

Brian Harman has not had the best 2024 after winning a major over the summer. I am on the record for saying that Harman has only played six solid rounds in 2024 — with two at Bay Hill and four at TPC Sawgrass. Outside of that, it has been a very bleak 2024 from Harman as he hasn't been consistently sharp with his irons, having lost strokes on approach in five of his last eight tournaments.

This could be a great thing for us as the public will see his underwhelming results and skip right over him.

If there is ever a Brian Harman golf course, Harbour Town is one. Harman lives in this area of the country and plays this event regularly, which is an important factor this week. He has three career top-10 finishes at Harbour Town, but he's a better golfer in 2024 than he has been for 95% of his career.

His game is built around accuracy with the driver, elite iron play and a great short game. That is exactly what Harbour Town demands and why he can find success this week. His form entering this week is not great, but this will allow us to gain some leverage with very clear top-10 upside.

Pencil in Brian Harman to your 2024 RBC Heritage One and Done pool if you want to get different and still have a chance to gain some ground.

Si Woo Kim +3500

Si Woo Kim snuck through the cut at Augusta but had a somewhat encouraging weekend as he finished in a tie for 30th. That was a respectable result but nothing that will garner a ton of attention. His ball-striking, however, should garner attention because he has gained strokes off the tee in all 10 starts in 2024 and gained on approach in nine of them.

Kim has a mixed bag of results around Harbour Town but has finished second here in 2016. He is an extremely volatile golfer and can finish T67 just as easily as he can win, but so far this season there is reason for optimism because he has finished in the top 45 in all 10 starts.

Playing a golfer who is high risk but high reward is always a good One & Done option, and he fits the course well. Kim will be playing from the fairway at a high rate and has the upside with his irons to contend this week.

He is surely not a safe play, but he can be a rewarding option in your 2024 RBC Heritage One and Done pool.

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