16th Jun 2020 | RBC Heritage
RBC Heritage Trends
Players who disappointed on their restarts have a quick opportunity to bounce back at the RBC Heritage. We look at the trends of past winners.
Traditionally positioned after the Masters we have a much stronger field than usual but the RBC Heritage provides betting opportunities that shouldn’t be overlooked.
Harbour Town Golf Links has hosted the Heritage since 1969, so there is plenty of course form to go on, creating strong trends. A par-71, it measures 7,100 yards but is no pushover. Small greens demand accuracy and a demon short game.
Top-60 on tour for scoring average
The field may be stronger because of the change in schedule but the cream still rises to the top at Harbour Town. Ten of the last 13 winners ranked inside the top-60 on tour for scoring average. A good measure of all-round ability.
Top-60 on tour for proximity to the hole
Harbour Town’s greens were amongst the most difficult to hit in regulation in 2016. They are some of the smallest on tour and demand accurate iron play. Twelve of the last thirteen winners ranked inside the top-60 for proximity to the hole from their approach shots.
Top-60 on tour for scrambling
Because the greens are small at Harbour Town, players will need to rely on their short game to save par. Nine of the last 13 winners ranked inside the top-60 for scrambling on tour.
Players that fit all three trends:
Byeong Hun An
Odds correct at time of publishing: 14:00 16th Jun, 2020 but subject to change