2017 RBC Heritage Betting Preview And Tips

Harbour Town G.L., Hilton Head, South Carolina
Par: 71 / Yardage: 7,099
Purse: $6.5 million with $1,062,000 to the winner
Defending Champion: Branden Grace

Last week update: Our tips Justin Rose (2nd) and Paul Casey (6th) paid out each way.

2017 RBC Heritage Betting Preview and Tips
2017 RBC Heritage Betting Tips

Doc's Five Best Bets At the RBC Heritage

Kevin Kisner 25/1

Kisner aka Podrick in GOT!

I'm always wary of tiredness levels after The Masters but Kevin Kisner will be eyeing a win at Hilton Head after finishing solo second in 2015.  He's in that kind of form again now after a T2 at The Arnie and 11th in WGC Mexico.  Didn't happen last week at Augusta but could well do this Sunday.

Matt Kuchar  14/1

That time when Faldo dissed Kuch...

Another brilliant T4 from the "best Sunday player on Tour" according to Padraig Harrington will surely have Kuch buzzing heading to the Heritage where he's been cashing cheques since Jon Rahm was in nappies. T9, 5th, Win in his last three visits here and has made 12 cuts from 13 starts. Kuuuuch!

Charley Hoffman  30/1

The Hoff. Stud.

On the face of it Augusta was cruel on Charley Hoffman (final round 78) but he's the type of player to  shrug that off and take the positives from what really was a great week.  Back to the day job where The Hoff can look to a recent T2 at The Arnie and T4 at The Genesis.  Three top-15 finishes from his last five visits to Hilton Head.

Branden Grace 22/1

Amazing Grace. Well....not so much in 2017 so far

The defending champion hasn't been in the best of form on Tour this season but his T27 at The Masters featured some real highlights and that might just provide the boost he needs to kick on. Opened and closed with 66's last year and loves this track. Also T7 on his debut here in 2015.

Tyrrell Hatton 25/1

Tyrrell and Chris....stand well back folks!

Has Tyrrell calmed down yet??  I don't think I've ever seen a player so about to blow his gasket as him at The Masters!  It didn't happen there but you don’t become a bad player overnight and a run of form like T4 At Bay Hill, T10 in Mexico, T4 at Honda is not to be ignored.  Debutant but on paper has the perfect game for this course.

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