After an exciting weekend at the Masters, golfers can take a breath and look forward to other golfing events. Some golfers that participated in the Masters will be teeing off for the RBC Heritage event, while others opt for a better opportunity.
Roughly half of the top 10 ranked golfers will be competing, so there are definitely some Masters vibes affecting this one. Below you can see which of the favorites has a shot to win.
Date: Apr 14–17, 2022
Course: Harbour Town Golf Links
Watch on: GOLF, CBS
Top Betting Favorites at Play
It is no secret that the best golfers are going to have the best odds here. With several top 10 players coming off of Masters performances, you can get a general idea of who could win.
Below are the top 10 golfers for potential favorite odds to win. The following has been provided by DraftKings:
- Justin Thomas +900
- Collin Morikawa +1200
- Patrick Cantlay +1400
- Cameron Smith +1600
- Daniel Berger +1800
- Shane Lowry +1800
- Matt Fitzpatrick +1800
- Dustin Johnson +1800
- Russell Henley +2200
- Corey Conners +2500
*odds could change at any time
Collin Morikawa had an excellent final day of play at the Masters and eventually came in fifth. He had moments where he could have won, but these little mistakes took their toll late.
He is one of the best ball strikers and is heading to a course that suits him well. Fresh off the Masters, he provides a great opportunity to get it done.
Justin Thomas was a bit of a disappointment to see at the Masters, even though he tied for eighth. He has solid performances each day, but nothing stood out.
For this course, he is returning to action, where he has a great history. This could be the opportunity he needs to get back on track.
Shane Lowry tied for third at the Masters and is having one heck of a year. Throwing his name in the conversation on the final day of this one should be interesting to see.
Cameron Smith also tied for third with Lowry at the Masters. He had a perfect opportunity to chase Scheffler on the final day of play but shot the worst he could have at the wrong time.
At one point, he was three strokes back and needed key drives to succeed. He should be able to redeem himself here and get back on track.
Dustin Johnson is a bit of a wild card, as he has played well here in the past. His Master’s performance was nothing special, but he appeared to be getting back in the swing of things.
Most Likely Favorite to Succeed
Daniel Berger has some of the most compelling odds out of the favorites to win. He has not had a great year putting, but hopefully, getting back to Bermuda greens will be key.
He has solid course history here, ranking 10th overall when looking at all of the strokes gained stats. With that being said, he offers one of the more compelling picks to win.