PGA Tour: RBC Heritage Betting Odds Preview, Picks

  • The PGA Tour heads to its traditional stop at the RBC Heritage following last week at the Masters, with Dustin Johnson as the +1200 favorite to win the tournament amongst a massive field.
  • Other top golfers include Webb Simpson (+1400), Collin Morikawa (+1800), and Patrick Cantlay (+1800), with dark horse candidates like Will Zalatoris (+2500), Abraham Ancer (+3300), Brian Harman (+3500), and Sungjae Im (+4000) also in the mix.

HILTON HEAD, S.C. – The PGA Tour season continues right along this week as some of the best players in the world head to Harbour Town for the RBC Heritage.

Masters winner Hideki Matsuyama will not be among the field this week as he deservedly takes some time to enjoy his win.

Instead, bettors can find world No. 1 Dustin Johnson, returning Heritage champion Webb Simpson, and PGA Championship winner Collin Morikawa amongst the field this week.

Full odds for the RBC are available via the major online sportsbooks, where DJ comes in with the shortest odds ahead of the first round.

Odds To Win RBC Heritage – 4/15/21

  • Dustin Johnson +1200
  • Webb Simpson +1400
  • Collin Morikawa +1800
  • Patrick Cantlay +1800
  • Daniel Berger +2500
  • Matthew Fitzpatrick +2500
  • Tyrrell Hatton +2500
  • Will Zalatoris +2500
  • Cameron Smith +3000
  • Paul Casey +3000
  • Abraham Ancer +3300
  • Brian Harman +3500
  • Corey Conners +3500
  • Kevin Na +4000
  • Sergio Garcia +4000
  • Si Woo Kim +4000
  • Sungjae Im +4000
  • Harris English +4500
  • Shane Lowry +4500
  • Tommy Fleetwood +4500
  • Charley Hoffman +5000
  • Kevin Kisner +5000
  • Russell Henley +5000
  • Billy Horschel +5500
  • Matt Kuchar +6000
  • Chris Kirk +6600
  • Christiaan Bezuidenhout +6600
  • Lee Westwood +6600
  • Robert MacIntyre +6600
  • Ian Poulter +7500
  • Branden Grace +8000
  • Emiliano Grillo +8000
  • Kevin Streelman +8000
  • Matt Wallace +8000
  • Brendon Todd +9000
  • Carlos Ortiz +9000
  • Sebastian Munoz +9000
  • Adam Hadwin +10000
  • Cameron Davis +10000
  • Dylan Frittelli +10000
  • J.T. Poston +10000
  • Lucas Glover +10000
  • Michael Thompson +10000
  • Sam Burns +10000
  • Matthew NeSmith +11000
  • Zach Johnson +11000
  • Alex Noren +12500
  • Andrew Putnam +12500
  • Brandt Snedeker +12500
  • C.T. Pan +12500
  • Charles Howell III +12500
  • Doug Ghim +12500
  • Harold Varner III +12500
  • Aaron Wise +15000
  • Chez Reavie +15000
  • Denny McCarthy +15000
  • Doc Redman +15000
  • Mackenzie Hughes +15000
  • Rory Sabbatini +15000
  • Russell Knox +15000
  • Sepp Straka +15000
  • Stewart Cink +15000
  • Adam Long +17500
  • Byeong-Hun An +17500

Due to the massive field in play this week, bettors can find value throughout the board.

The Favorites

Even starting at the top, Dustin Johnson comes in at +1200, meaning bettors looking to be profitable can split money between DJ and 11 other golfers to at least come in at even.

The value only increases further down the board, with plenty of talent still able to be found.

Among the top three golfers, Johnson, Webb Simpson, and Collin Morikawa are all capable of winning the tournament due to their natural form of play.

Traditionally, success at the Masters has not translated to the Heritage, and all three of these men underperformed at Augusta. Any of these top golfers are worth their price between +1200 and +1400, with Webb Simpson the best choice due to his win last year at this event.

The Dark Horses

Pretty much anyone beyond the top ten golfers listed can be considered a dark horse this weekend due to the huge field making its way to Harbour Town Golf Links.

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One of the most talked-about choices has to be Will Zalatoris, currently sitting at +2500. The young rookie burst onto the scene at the Masters, finishing second and accruing the love of golf fans from around the world.

The 24-year-old finished solo second in his debut at Augusta, and was the only player in the field to score under par scores in all four rounds. He also led the field in Par-4 scoring average at 3.98.

This could translate to another strong week in Hilton Head, and at +2500, he is worth the price.

Corey Connors at +3500 is another name that is demanding respect over the last few months. The Canadian finished third at the Arnold Palmer Invitational, seventh at the Players Championship, and eighth at the Masters.

In fact, over Connors’s last 12 stroke play tournaments, he has finished no worse than T17 in nine of them.

That makes a top 20, top 10, and winners bets a perfect play for Connors this weekend at the Heritage.

Finally, those looking to bet on the PGA Tour this weekend need to focus on Brian Harman at +3500. Harman had an impressive T5 finish at the Players and then rolled that into a 12th pace finish at the Masters.

The course at Harbour Town fits Harman’s game well, with small greens that fit themselves well to Harman’s elite wedge play.

With him playing the best golf of his life recently, this could be the weekend he breaks through.