A Master’s hangover from Jordan Spieth can be relieved with HRWager’s PGA Free Picks for the RBC Championship. This week’s course is more compact and rewards a different skill set. Hilton Head South Carolina will see all sorts of shot making as players have traditionally found it hard to hit the mark. Stay tuned right now to the HRW to find out our picks for this April 14th start to the RBC.
PGA Free Picks : Greens in Regulation
Shorter course at Hilton Head that is barely a tad over 7,000 yards. Key stat for you handicapping purposes is greens in regulation. Only three times has this stat gone over 60 percent. This has us look at shot ability, vision, and the ability to grind on a course. The big boomers who can not go impromptu when off of the tee will suffer this week. So let us see who fits this profile and has the momentum coming in.
Jason Day is the oddsmakers favorite. He even has an impressive 4th in shots gained via the putter. However, there is one golfer who has a better expectation to do very well in South Carolina. Paul Casey has three top tens in his last four starts to have momentum on his side. 4th at the Masters shows that concerns about his stomach issues should be done. Finally, he has gone above Top 25 every time he has been here in the past. All of this with his shot profile makes him a good value to win in the futures and all aspects of head to head wagering.
Kevin Na was our unknown moneymaker last year. Linesmakers put him in H2H against other people near his ranking and more times than not he crushed them. Why? He rarely gives up and grinds to the bitter end. With all the shot making needs, it takes this sturdy mental outlook to do well here. Do not wager H2H first round as the better value is H2H for the entire tournament with our dark horse of the week.
There you have it. Paul Casey is our horse against everyone. Kevin Na is very profitable against others in his ranking range. Get those sport investments in right now. 15 hours of tv coverage this weekend to rail home you wagers. Good fortune and we will see you later today here at the HRW.