2018 RBC Heritage PGA OAD Picks
What a weekend we just experienced at Augusta. A great tournament overall and an amazing Sunday finish at the Masters. Congratulations to Patrick Reed on winning his first career PGA Major. Unfortunately, we have to move on as the PGA Tour. This week the tour heads to Harbour Town for the RBC Heritage. It is a 132 man field, not the strongest field, but better than normal, and there will be the standard cut to 70 after 2 rounds. Jesse stays in the lead, while Kevin and Bubba are battling for 2nd and Rob is looking for that first win of the year. Let’s see who the guys like this week with the 2018 RBC Heritage PGA OAD Picks. (side note- Rob and Jesse had Adam Hadwin before he WD)
|Last Week’s Earnings||$386,375||$0||$63,663||$170,500|
|Last Week’s Player||Rory McIlroy||Alexander Noren||Tiger Woods||Justin Thomas|
|This Week’s Pick||Patrick Cantlay||James Hahn||Francesco Molinari||Patrick Cantlay|
Rob- James Hahn – This spot was reserved for Adam Hadwin, but his W/D means he will be for another time. Thus, I’m looking for a cut. Something to get this team going in the right direction. I’m going probably off the board with James Hahn, but I don’t care; I’m onboard. In his last twelve rounds on Bermuda, Hahn ranks sixth in SG: Total, seventh in DK points, and seventh in SG: Approach. He has gained strokes via the approach in every tournament this year on tour, hasn’t missed a cut since the Northern Trust last year and has improved his game around the green. Just rying to ride what looks like the best run of his career.
Jesse- The week after the GOAT golf tournament takes us to Hilton Head and the less than driver open, more commonly referred to as the RBC Heritage. This week I will be using Francesco Molinari as my OAD. He finished 22nd here last year and is hitting about 70% of his GIR over the last 4 weeks. He played very well T2G last week, so hopefully he can bring some semblance of a putter.
Bubba- This week I’ll go with Patrick Cantlay. Cantlay is coming off of his 1st missed cut in a long long time and will look to bounce back strong. He finished 3rd here last year in his first time playing Harbour Town. He’s one of the best ball strikers on tour and you need accuracy and shot making at a Pete Dye course like Harbour Town. He’s good around the green and his short game, combined with his accuracy/shot making should leave him in contention come Sunday.