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Nigel Seeley’s three from the tee for the RBC Heritage

Nigel Seeley 17 Apr 2019

RBC Heritage betting tips for this week. Read on for our expert tips for the RBC Heritage taking place at Harbour Town Golf Links in Hilton Head, South Carolina.

RBC Heritage

It was a case of what could have been for Bettingpro golf followers at The Masters last week after our headline selection Dustin Johnson finished runner-up at Augusta in the first major of 2019.

The green jacket was eventually won by Tiger Woods for a fifth time with the former World number one producing one of sport’s greatest comebacks to win his 15th major champions and after an epic and exhausting week, we are back to the norm with the RBC Heritage from Harbour Town Golf Links, Hilton Head, South Carolina.

There is no Tiger in this week's field, but Johnson does take his place in the starting line-up and the Masters runner-up is the 8/1 favourite to put last weekend's near miss behind him and return to the winners’ enclosure.

Johnson is making only his second appearance at The Heritage in the last eight years and he always plays well whether in the World he tees up, but odds of just 8/1 are far too short given his near miss at Augusta and his inactivity over the years at this venue.

Golf's Mr Consistent Francesco Molinari is next in the bookies lists at 16/1 and he is one player that I can't have at all this week.

The Open champion had an uncharacteristic melt-down on the back nine at Augusta and I doubt very much that he can put that behind him in such a quick period of time and I am opposing the Italian in every market I can at The Heritage.

Three From The Tee

Bryson DeChambeau @ 18/1 bet365
* Odds correct at 08:23 BST on 17/04/2019

BRYSON DECHAMBEAU led the Masters after Thursday's first round with a fabulous round of 66, but a couple of poor efforts on Saturday and Sunday saw him slip away from contention but a final round 70 and a hole in one on the day, should be enough to see the 25 year-old arrive at Hilton Head in good spirit at a venue where he has performed well in the past.

De Chambeau started the year on fire with success at the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open but despite his talent he's only had one top 25 in his last five starts which was at The Players Championships. Last year he finished third at this event and in 2016 he finished in fourth and with both market leaders likely to suffer from a Masters hangover the five times PGA Tour winner looks the man who could take full advantage of any slip-ups from the front two and the general 18/1 looks a nice price.

Webb Simpson @ 25/1 William Hill

Former US Open winner WEBB SIMPSON closed last week’s Masters with a very impressive rounds of 64 and 70 over the weekend to finish in a tie for fifth place and I like the 33 year old at 25/1 to continue the goof form he left off at Augusta.

Unlike Johnson and Molinari, Simpson never had any realistic chance of winning The Masters and that will help him at a venue where he has the best record in the field. The five time PGA Tour winner has finished inside the top 15 at The Heritage since 2010 and last year he finished in fifth spot and with confidence through the roof and at a venue he loves to play I am expecting big things from Webb this week.

Kevin Kisner @ 28/1 Ladbrokes

My final selection proved a tough one to nail down as there were a few contenders Ian Poulter and Ryan Moore where very close to making the final cut, but I may regret opposing those two with KEVIN KISNER.

Kisner is in great form after claiming the WGC Match Play at the end of last month and he played well in patches at Augusta to finish just outside the top 20 in 21st place. The 35 year old finished in seventh here last year, which was slightly better than his 11th finish in 2017, but his personal best was  runner-up in 2014 and with course form like that and a three time PGA Tour winner with a recent victory the general 28/1 is too big a price for each-way punters.

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