The PGA Tour moves from the iconic venue of Augusta National in Georgia to Hilton Head in South Carolina for the RBC Heritage Open this week.

Hideki Matsuyama won his first major at The Masters and has given himself a well-earned week off, but there is still plenty of star power present at Harbour Town Links. 

RBC Heritage Betting Odds


n the past, winners have usually missed the first major of the year, or missed the cut, giving them extra time to prepare for the RBC Heritage Open.

With that in mind, world number one Dustin Johnson is worth considering, with the South Carolinian the ante-post favourite at odds of 12/1.

Johnson, who won The Masters in 2020, was below his best last weekend as he missed the cut after a lacklustre display.

The American has shown no signs of sulking, though, and is ready to get back to work in his home state. 

Webb Simpson is also well fancied at 14/1 and he comes into this weekend's tournament as the defending champion. 

Bryson DeChambeau is next up in the betting at 16/1, but the big-hitter will need to improve after a disappointing performance at Augusta.

RBC Heritage Prediction

Sergio Garcia to win and each-way - BET NOW

Former Masters champion Garcia missed the cut last week, but his form before his trip to Augusta was impressive.

Garcia had finished in the top 10 at The Players Championship and WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play, and at 40/1 he looks a superb bet this week.

The Spaniard was not too downbeat despite his early departure from Georgia and his quality around the greens should stand him in good stead.

Webb Simpson to win and each-way - BET NOW

Simpson is hard to overlook as defending champion and he showed tremendous heart to finish 12th at The Masters. Simpson's form over the last 12 months means he is now inside the top-10 in the world rankings and he should be in contention as he tries to defend his crown.

RBC Heritage Long Shot

Shane Lowry to win and each-way - BET NOW


At 45/1, Lowry appeals after a decent performance at The Masters. The Irishman finished T21 at Augusta and a short game that is one of the best in the business could suit him well at Harbour Town.

This weekend, he will need that with some of the greens incredibly tough to find if a player is wayward with their approach. Lowry's form is also good, with The Open champion only missing two cuts from nine entries in 2021.

In his last four appearances, he has finished inside the top 50 and he has tournament form having finished third at the RBC Heritage in 2019.

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