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RBC Heritage 2021

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Locked the last of my plays in last night. Leaving later on Thursday for a leisure weekend with a few family and friends for some wineries and breweries.

See if any of these iron guys show up this weekend along with a few longshot and locals. Also threw some down on Paiute Las Vegas Championship on Korn Ferry Tour.



RBC Heritage

Outright Win

Daniel Berger 26/1

Cameron Smith 26/1

Corey Conners 29/1

Christiann Bezuidenhout 75/1

Matthew NeSmith 150/1

Jim Herman 450/1

Wesley Bryan 650/1



First Round Leader


Daniel Berger 44/1

Cameron Smith 44/1

Corey Conners 44/1

Christiann Bezuidenholt 80/1

Matthew NeSmith 100/1

Jim Herman 250/1

Wesley Bryan 250/1




Paiute Las Vegas Championship


Stephan Jaeger 28/1

Taylor Pendrith 32/1

Greyson Sigg 38/1

David Lipsky 38/1

Taylor Montgomery 44/1

Harry Hall 73/1

Andrew Novak 73/1

Austen Truslow 120/1



First Round Leader


Stephan Jaeger 48/1

Taylor Pendrith 55/1

David Lipsky 55/1

Greyson Sigg 55/1

Harry Hall 72/1

Taylor Montgomery 75/1

Andrew Novak 85/1

Austen Truslow 100/1

Brandon Wu 75/1

Brett Coletta 72/1

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Nice. Jim Harman actually isnt a crazy pick. I may take him for small.

I'm on McIntyre, Fitz, and I'll give him another chance,, Conors.

BOL budpeace_5

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Dang, my book (WH) doesn't offer Harman

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Jim Herman.  You can pick up Harman at much lower odds an_happybounce


The odds are long for a reason. NeSmith and Bryan are local guys. Bryan actually won this in 2017. NeSmith shot a 66 in the 1st and last round of this tourney last year and his GIR % is amazing. While all of these guys are capable of shooting in the 60s, they are also capable of shooting Not holding my breath but with the odds I thought they were value plays.


I love Conners iron game. I have played him the last few tourneys and almost left him off of this one. See if he can handle the weather and if his putting game shows up.


Yeah you can't go wrong with Fitz. I am keeping an eye on Hatton. Seems like he starts off slow and heats up. If he has a solid 1st round I might add him on. Hope Simpson and DJ are average and have a more wide open tourney. I will likely catch the 1st round and if forecast stays the same just let it play out. BOL  peace_5

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Go Smith 

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Nice call buddy. Got him at 44:1

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Thanks   an_cheers


Have had a few tourneys lately where not close or lose by one stroke in 1st round or win. Arrived out of town for some weekend fun and likely won't see anymore action live on tv until possibly Sunday afternoon. Will track the leaderboard randomly though. Nice to have 5 of the 7 guys shoot -3 or better today and 6 of the 7 under par. Will hope Morikawa falls off tomorrow because he looked pretty good.


BOL to all  clover

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Looks like I didn't miss anything that entertaining while I was gone this weekend. Horse for the course and Cink bringing back some old time magic. Lipsky T-2 on Korn Ferry Tour but he wasn't in it either. Time to take some 1st Rd winnings and move onto the next one...
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