RBC Heritage

  • John Rahm has +325 odds to miss the cut at the RBC Heritage this weekend.
  • Brooks Koepka has -225 odds to make the cut at RBC Heritage.
  • FedEx Cup Standings leader Sungjae Im has +240 odds to miss the cut.

HILTON HEAD, S.C. — Following up the Charles Schwab Challenge, the PGA Tour’s next event will be the RBC Heritage tournament at Harbour Town Golf Links with no fans in attendance.

This will be the PGA Tour’s second tournament in as many weeks after taking a three-month hiatus due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Golf’s return to legal sportsbooks last weekend was welcomed by sports bettors as the Charles Schwab challenge was one of the most bet on PGA Tour events ever at sportsbooks.

Betting on golf is one of the best ways to add extra incentive to watch and legal sports betting sites have golf props listed that allow bettors to place a bet on which golfers will miss or make the cut at the RBC Heritage tournament.

Golf bettors can build a bankroll before heading into the final rounds of tournament play with these early props on the RBC Heritage.

Matt Kuchar

  • Make -240
  • Miss +190

Matt Kuchar missed the cut at the Charles Schwab Challenge last week and while he should be able to bounce back this week, it’s more likely that his struggles continue into RBC Heritage.

Take the +190 odds that he misses the cut with confidence at RBC as the odds offer a moderate return at sportsbooks for even a small wager at the bookie.

Jon Rahm

  • Make -425
  • Miss +325

Rahm missed the cut at the Charles Schwab Challenge but expect the No. 2 ranked golfer in the world to get back on track and make the cut at the RBC Heritage tournament.

The -425 odds are a hefty investment for a return but Rahm missing the cut isn’t something that happens often so the +325 odds on him missing the cut should be faded.

Dustin Johnson

  • Make -215
  • Miss +175

Dustin Johnson has been one of the most consistent golfers on the PGA Tour this season but him missing the cut last week at the Charles Schwab challenge was more of a fluke occurrence for the fifth-ranked golfer in the world.

Bettors should feel comfortable taking the -215 odds with confidence despite Johnson knocking off some rust in the return of the PGA Tour last week.

Rickie Fowler

  • Make -190
  • Miss +160

Rickie Fowler will be one of the golfers on the bubble this weekend as he’s struggled this PGA Tour season.

Fowler missed the cut at the Charles Schwab Challenge and that’s a cause for concern.

The +160 odds on Fowler missing the cut should be taken here as there are no signs showing that Fowler’s slump is coming to an end anytime soon.

Brooks Koepka

  • Make -225
  • Miss +185

Brooks Koepka is still trying to get back to his dominant form before his knee surgery and things just haven’t clicked for him yet.

He has shown some signs of improvement but he’ll likely be one of the golfers barely making the cut this weekend.

Take the odds on Koepka to make the cut at RBC – he did make the cut at the Charles Schwab Challenge last week.

Webb Simpson

  • Make -325
  • Miss +250

Webb Simpson has slowly climbed the golf rankings with his play but being the ninth-best golfer in the world wasn’t enough to help Simpson make the cut at the Charles Schwab Challenge.

Bettors can expect Simpson to miss the cut in back to back weeks. Take the +250 odds on Simpson missing the cut simply because the -325 odds on him at sportsbooks making aren’t worth the dice roll for this golf bet.

Hideki Matsuyama

  • Make -280
  • Miss +220

Hideki Matsuyama did not play in the Charles Schwab Challenge last week and that extra week off could cause him to miss the cut at the RBC Heritage tournament this weekend.

The field for RBC is fierce and Matsuyama can easily get left behind on the leaderboard with a slow start.

Take the +220 odds on Matsuyama to miss the cut in his first tournament back since the coronavirus pandemic forced the PGA Tour to reschedule events.

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