RBC Heritage 2024 Betting Tips: Two Top 20 Finishes Picks

 | 17th April | 

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Our golf tipster Jamie Worsley has already published his RBC Heritage 2024 Betting Tips (click to read if you missed it) in his full preview earlier in the week, where he's picked out five players at good each-way prices to finish in the Top Six or Eight. Now he's focused on looking for value elsewhere and has a couple of interesting selections for you.

This week he's by-passing the First-Round Leader options and rather has picked out a couple of players to look at to finish in the Top 20 as his RBC Heritage 2024 Betting Tips from the specials markets...

RBC Heritage 2024 Betting Tips

  • J.T Poston @ 17/10 – Top 20 – 3 pts
  • Cam Davis @ 15/8 – Top 20 – 3pts

With no obvious bias on what is forecast to be a relatively trouble-free opening round at Harbour Town weather wise, I’m avoiding the first-round leader market this week.

Instead, I’m going to focus on the places with a couple of players whose excellent records here had me interested in them outright. Though with the strength of this field I had my doubts about whether they could win this week and alternatively, feel much more confident taking them for a top-20 finish, starting with J.T Poston.

J.T Poston @ 17/10 – Top 20 – 3 pts

Poston has been playing to a consistently high standard since the second half of 2023. If we go back to his 6th-place finish in the John Deere Classic in July of last year to his 30th at Augusta last week, he has missed just one cut in his last nineteen starts and recorded eight top-10 finishes.

Three of those top 10s came at the start of 2024, as he finished 5th in The Sentry and 6th in the Sony Open, then finishing 10th in the Genesis Invitational five starts ago.

He was a little underwhelming at PGA National and Bay Hill but has performed with credit on his last two starts against world-class fields; finishing 45th in THE PLAYERS and following with that 30th in The Masters.

For the third season on the spin, Poston is gaining strokes in pretty much every area. His straight and steady ball-striking game, that sees him rank 9th in driving accuracy and 24th in greens-in-regulation so far this season, are standout stats; when combined with his ranking of 28th in proximity from 175-200 yards and his usually excellent ability on the greens – that includes many a strong performance on similarly overseeded bermudagrass – he looks an ideal type for Harbour Town.

With three top-10 finishes here in five starts – an excellent book of course form strengthened by a runner-up finish at another Dye design, TPC River Highlands – he looks likely to be in and around the top 20 this week.

Cam Davis @ 15/8 – Top 20 – 3pts

Cam Davis scored his best result of the season at Augusta, where he was knocking around the top 10 all week. Hopefully full of confidence, he now comes to a course at which he’s never performed poorly and I see no reason why he will do so this week.

Davis has been steady all season long, missing just two cuts and recording four finishes of 21st-or-better across his nine starts; the best of them coming when 12th in last week’s Masters.

He began the week with a 3-under 69 there to sit 6th after the opening round and hung tough through the difficult second and third rounds to maintain that position. Though struggling in the better scoring conditions of the final round, a 12th-place was an excellent result; looking strong with his short game, driving it straight and producing a high level of approach play, he looks to have the correct areas of his game firing for this week’s challenge.

Since finishing an eye-catching 25th on debut in 2021, Davis has finished inside the top 7 on his last two visits to Harbour Town, going closest when 3rd in 2022. Top-10 finishes in the PLAYERS Championship, St Jude Championship and Charles Schwab Challenge further emphasise his suitability for this test.

You can find all Jamie's latest Golf Betting Tips over on our dedicated golf Insights hub.


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