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+600 RBC Heritage parlay: Back Berger, DeChambeau, and Finau
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+600 RBC Heritage parlay: Back Berger, DeChambeau, and Finau

Since graduating from Davidson (The College That Stephen Curry Built), I have been writing about sports--just about any and all you can think of!--and coaching tennis in Atlanta, Ga. Beyond the four major sports, I am an avid tennis fan and cover the ATP Tour on a daily basis. If I'm not busy writing, you can generally find me on a tennis court or traveling the world wherever a sporting event takes me.

The PGA Tour’s continuation of the 2020 campaign is underway and it continues with week two at the RBC Heritage in Hilton Head, S.C. Daniel Berger lifted the trophy at the Charles Schwab Challenge and is now taking his talents to Harbour Town along with a plethora of other stars in what is another outstanding field.

We have four pre-tournament RBC Heritage picks and will be offering our best bets on a daily basis throughout the tournament. It begins with a three-man parlay featuring Berger, Bryson DeChambeau, and Tony Finau. This play pays out +600.

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Daniel Berger to make the cut (-215)

Not only does Berger have title potential (as he just showed this past week at Colonial Country Club), but he is also an absolute model of consistency. In fact, the 27-year-old American is nothing short of a machine right now. He has produced an amazing 28 consecutive rounds of par or better dating back to last October and has placed in the top nine of four straight events dating back to early February. Sure, it is never easy getting right back in action following an emotional victory—but based on Berger’s current form there is nothing to dislike about his chances of faring well in Hilton Head. The world No. 31 is lock city to make the cut.

Bryson DeChambeau to shoot better than 69.5 in round one (-130)

If DeChambeau had just made a few more relatively routine putts over the weekend, he could have been the one walking away with the Charles Schwab Challenge trophy. The 26-year-old American, who has packed on 40 pounds (mostly all muscle) since last season has finished in the top five in four straight starts. DeChambeau also knows what he is doing around Harbour Town, having placed T3 in 2018—just one stroke behind winner Satoshi Kodaira. He fired a first-round 65 last week and should get off to a hot start once again at this par-71 course.

Tony Finau to win his round one pairing (+170)

Finau is teeing off at 8:02 a.m. on Thursday with Collin Morikawa (+130) and Jim Furyk (+240). Morikawa is coming off a runner-up showing behind Berger at Colonial, and really he should have won it. The up-and-coming American missed a short putt on 18 and then flubbed another one to lose the first playoff hole. It will be difficult to recover just four days later. Furyk missed three consecutive cuts before placing T49 at the Schwab. The door should be wide open for Finau, who carded rounds of 68, 69, 67, and 68 last week en route to a T23 finish.

Last updated: Thu 18th June 2020
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