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Tournament: RBC Heritage
Date: Apr. 17-20, 2014
Venue: Harbour Town Golf Links
Location: Hilton Head Island, South Carolina
2013 Winner: Graeme McDowell

Following up a thrilling Masters weekend, the PGA heads to South Carolina for one of the five invitational tournaments, the RBC Heritage. This tournament’s past champions are impressive, as the list includes Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus, Tom Watson, Bernhard Langer and Payne Stewart all topping the leaderboard at some point.

The par 71, 7,101-yard course was taken over by Graeme McDowell last season as he shot 9-under par and defeated Webb Simpson on the first playoff hole.

While this tournament has boasted some big names in the past, this year’s installment will only have seven of the top-20 players from the World Golf Rankings in the field with Jason Day being the top committed player.

Let’s take a look at some of the golfers that have a chance to shine amongst this below-average field in this week’s invitational.

Golfers to Watch

Jordan Spieth (29/2): The 20-year-old could not handle the pressure of having the lead on Sunday at The Masters this past weekend, but proved once again that he is ready to be in the spotlight with a runner-up performance. Spieth also did well at this course last year with a ninth-place finish. Spieth gets a birdie or better on 20.2% of par-4’s (4th on tour) and should be able to use that to his advantage this weekend.

Matt Kuchar (15/1):
Kuchar just keeps playing well and has three straight top-5 finishes while placing fifth at Augusta. Overall on the season, he has finished in the top-10 in 7-of-11 events while putting up a scoring average of 69.74 (6th on tour). Kuchar has not done better than 21st over the past three attempts at this tourney, but he is at the top of his game and should be able to conquer any course at this point.

Graeme McDowell (22/1): McDowell won this tournament last year while shooting 69 or better in three of the four rounds. He had placed in the top-10 in six of his first seven PGA events this season before missing the cut at The Masters, but leads the tour in strokes gained-putting (1.19) and is successful 69.4% of the time he putts from 5 to 10 feet (best on tour). His putter could take him to the top of the leaderboard come Sunday.

Jim Furyk (19/1): Furyk is another former winner at this tournament when he shot a solid 13-under par and defeated Brian Davis in a one-hole playoff back in 2010. He had another top-10 finish (8th) in this tourney in 2012 and is playing very competitive golf at the age of 43, with three top-8 finishes already this season.

Boo Weekley (100/1): This is one of Weekley’s favorite courses to play, as evidenced by his two victories there (2007, 2008) and three top-13 finishes since; including placing 6th in 2012. This season has not been great for him though, with only one finish better than 22nd, but he ranks 7th in greens in regulation (71.0%) and is 10th in driving accuracy (70.9%). He should feel confident on this course and the triple-digit longshot could pay great dividends if he can earn his third career victory at this tournament.

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Jordan Spieth 14/1
Matt Kuchar 15/1
Luke Donald 17/1
Jim Furyk 19/1
Zach Johnson 20/1
Graeme McDowell 22/1
Harris English 28/1
Brandt Snedeker 29/1
Hunter Mahan 30/1
Kevin Na 35/1
Russell Henley 35/1
Bill Haas 35/1
Charl Schwartzel 35/1
Will MacKenzie 40/1
Charley Hoffman 40/1
Matt Every 40/1
Chris Stroud 40/1
Patrick Reed 45/1
Kevin Stadler 50/1
Billy Horschel 50/1
Kevin Streelman 50/1
Chris Kirk 55/1
Carl Pettersson 60/1
Pat Perez 60/1
Charles Howell III 65/1
Chesson Hadley 70/1
K.J. Choi 70/1
Russell Knox 70/1
Stewart Cink 70/1
Hideki Matsuyama 75/1
Marc Leishman 80/1
Cameron Tringale 80/1
Jason Kokrak 80/1
Ben Curtis 80/1
Brian Gay 90/1
Jerry Kelly 100/1
Boo Weekley 100/1
Stephen Gallacher 100/1
Kevin Chappell 110/1
Ryo Ishikawa 110/1
Aaron Baddeley 110/1
J.B. Holmes 110/1
Brendon De Jonge 110/1
Robert Garrigus 110/1
Paul Casey 110/1
Camilo Villegas 110/1
Brian Davis 110/1
Rory Sabbatini 110/1
Gonzalo Fdez-castano 120/1
Justin Hicks 120/1
Martin Kaymer 120/1
Brian Harman 130/1
Brendon Todd 130/1
Steven Bowditch 140/1
Martin Laird 140/1
Ernie Els 150/1
Erik Compton 150/1
Briny Baird 170/1
David Hearn 170/1
Shawn Stefani 170/1
Jonathan Byrd 170/1
Pelt Bo Van 170/1
Scott Langley 170/1
Justin Leonard 170/1
Brian Stuard 180/1
Vijay Singh 200/1
Bryce Molder 200/1
Trevor Immelman 210/1
Brice Garnett 210/1
Woody Austin 210/1
Spencer Levin 230/1
Ben Crane 230/1
Geoff Ogilvy 230/1
Roberto Castro 230/1
Davis Love III 250/1
Johnson Wagner 250/1
Matthew Fitzpatrick 250/1
Jeff Maggert 250/1
John Daly 250/1
Steve Marino 250/1
Tim Wilkinson 250/1
Vaughn Taylor 250/1
James Driscoll 250/1
Charlie Beljan 250/1
Robert Allenby 250/1
John Rollins 250/1
Greg Chalmers 250/1
John Huh 250/1
Josh Teater 250/1
Mark Wilson 250/1
Stephen Ames 250/1
James Hahn 250/1
Jason Bohn 250/1
Kevin Kisner 250/1
William McGirt 250/1
Ken Duke 250/1
Richard H. Lee 250/1
Tim Clark 250/1
Danny Lee 250/1
Stuart Appleby 250/1
Tommy Gainey 250/1
Billy Hurley III 250/1
Ricky Barnes 250/1
Scott Brown 250/1
John Peterson 250/1
David Toms 250/1
Michael Putnam 250/1
Ben Martin 250/1
Lucas Glover 250/1
Jim Renner 250/1
Mike Weir 250/1
John Mallinger 250/1
Ted Potter Jr. 250/1

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