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RBC Heritage Sleepers and Sleeper Picks and Predictions 2020

RBC Heritage Sleepers and Sleeper Picks and Predictions 2020

All players in the top five of the world rankings will be trooping to Harbour Town for the 52nd edition of the RBC Heritage, but there are other dark horses bettors should be aware of. Bet the favorites? Perhaps, but there is value to be found in each of the sleepers laid out below. Read on for more about them, but first register to make your picks.

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Top 3 High Value Sleepers and Sleeper Picks and Predictions for the RBC Heritage Golf Tournament Running from June 18-21 2020

Where: Harbour Town GL, Hilton Head, SC

When: June 18-21 2020

Lines: View 2020 RBC Heritage Betting Odds2

TV Broadcast: ESPN/CBS


Matthew Fitzpatrick (+5000)

Fitzpatrick has stumbled in some starts this season, but one thing about the 25-year-old pro is that he’s never missed the cut in seven events to date. Fitzpatrick is coming off a T32 finish at the Charles Schwab Challenge, but had a strong T9 performance in a previous PGA Tour start during March’s Arnold Palmer Invitational. Fitzpatrick, who was the 2013 US Amateur champion, had a one-shot lead following 36 holes of play at the World Golf Championships-HSBC Champions last November before settling for a seventh-place finish. Fitzpatrick had a T14 and T39 at the 2018 and 2019 RBC Heritage, respectively.

Gary Woodland (+3200)

The 2019 US Open champion has gotten better over his last three PGA Tour starts. After finishing T12 at the World Golf Championships-Mexico Championship, Woodland had a T8 at the Honda Classic, and finished ninth at the Charles Schwab Challenge. Woodland has missed the cut just once in nine starts and has five top 10s. His best finish of the season so far was a T3 at the CJ CUP @ NINE BRIDGES last October. Woodland has four career PGA Tour victories.

Branden Grace (+4500)

Grace is hoping that his T19 at the Charles Schwab Challenge was a good sign that better things are coming for him this season. Grace has five cuts in nine starts. He also entered the Charles Schwab Challenge on the heels of a T42 in a previous PGA Tour start at the World Golf Championships-Mexico Championship. Grace could prove that he’s turned a new corner with a solid performance at the RBC Heritage, which he won just four years ago.


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