• Harry

RBC Heritage Classic

Hilton Head, South Carolina

June 18-21

It was great seeing golf again and it doesn’t hurt when you were winning on wagers as well (like me). My picks for top 20 on Jordan Spieth and Justin Rose were spot on and I’ll try this week to continue in my winning ways.

To Make Cut

-225 Jason Kokrak

Kokrak finished in the top 20 last year here and in 2016 he finished 6th. Kokrak also played well last week in Fort Worth.

-225 Kevin Kisner

Had a solid tournament at Colonial and is a native of South Carolina. He’s been a top of this tournaments leaderboard numerous times in the past 5 years

-345 Webb Simpson

Webb missed the cut last week in Texas. It was only his 3rd missed cut in a year of play. I look for him to bounceback with a solid tournament

To Miss Cut

-120 Maverick McNealy

He played well last week but putting two excellent tournaments in a row has been an issue for this youngster.

+250 Sungjae Im

Im has been a road warrior playing in just about every tournament the PGA has to offer, and I think this course gets to him and he misses this cut.

Top Korean

+125 Sungjae Im

+300 Byeong Hun An

+650 Sung Kang

+800 Kyoung-Hoon Lee

+800 Si Woo Kim

18/1 KJ Choi

I have a bad feeling about Im but a good one about 8/1 Si Woo Kim. Kim has a nice history here and his game fits this course nicely. In 2016 he finished in the top 15 and in 2018 he finished second here behind Kodaira.

Kim

Best Round on Thursday

-125 Rory McIlroy

+200 Rickie Fowler

+400 CT Pan

Pan is the defending champ so on a given day you never know but it has to be Rory here. He played well for his first time at Colonial and Fowler tanked again missing the cut. So hard to go against Rory

McIlroy

Top 20 Plays

-155 Jon Rahm

Makes a nice comeback from missing cut last week

Ev Collin Morikawa

All this rookie has done in a year is make every cut and lost in a playoff last week

Top 10, 5, and Win

Matt Kuchar

+400, +750, 40/1

“Kuch” has a great history here. He finished in 2nd last year, top 25 in 2018, top 15’s in 2017,2016, and ’15. In 2014 he shot a total of 273 and won this tournament then. I’m rolling with Matt Kuchar to have another stellar performance in South Carolina.