Weekly Golf Preview - RBC Heritage - The Gambling Times

Weekly Golf Preview – RBC Heritage

See below as we run through the tournament for you including facts, odds and picks from our own golfing professional Cliff Jackson and 32Red’s Jack Milner.


  • Harbour Town Golf Links, South Carolina
  • First staged in 1969
  • Current champion is Satoshi Kodaira

OVERVIEW: So a week after The Masters, but no sign of a hangover – with the PGA moved to May, the build up is already beginning for the next Major which boosts all the competitions in between – including the RBC Heritage.

The Heritage is one of five tournaments given “invitational” status by the PGA Tour, which does mean a slight reduced field, but there is no doubting the quality on show in South Carolina.

Dustin Johnson and Francesco Molinari – both who put up great efforts to land the Green Jacket last week – are the favourites to claim the win, whilst defending champion Satoshi Kodaira is as long as 200/1 to defend his title.


The pro’s point of view…

Our resident golf expert is Cliff Jackson. Cliff is a leading youth coach and PGA professional at the famed Seaton Carew Links – one of the oldest courses in the world.

A really good tournament here and Harbour Town is a brilliant venue.

It is a strong field, but I am going Australian here and I think Marc Leishman and Cameron Smith could both have excellent weekends.

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