13th April Ace's Tips RBC Heritage

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    They say it all happens over the last nine holes at Augusta and boy were they right. Superb iron shots, missed putts, lead going one way then the other and above all the way the two friends reacted to the other’s shots were all a great advert for the game. Although he beat my selection, Sergio Garcia was brilliant from the 13th onward. Anytime Justin Rose hit a great iron shot, Garcia topped it. It was a great win for the Spaniard on what would have been Seve’s 60th birthday. The great man was probably smiling down on him on Sunday.

    The RBS Heritage Harbour Town Golf Links, South Carolina, is recognised as one of America’s top courses and is a favourite among many PGATour professionals. Last year was the 230th year since the South Carolina Golf Club was formed by Scottish Merchants. Finesse, imagination and shot making are needed to get round this beauty.

    Kevin Kisner has a bit of an up and down season but his ups have been good. With three top tens at the Sony Open, AT&T and the Arnold Palmer it shows he can do it on the bigger stage and making the cut last week at Augusta was no mean feat. He has good form at Harbour Town, losing in a play-off in 2015. He has three top tens and three top twenty fives this year. He has a 62.79% in scrambling and GIR of 67.4%.

    With only one top ten from six outings on the PGATour it’s not been the greatest of seasons so far for Martin Kaymer. So it was no surprise when In the first round of the Masters last week, Martin Kaymer hit five bogeys in a row. Then on the final day he did it the other way round with five birdies in a row. He also had a flawless second round with four birdies. I am hoping this could be the resurgence of the German as he has been missed the last couple of seasons. Looking at his stats there is nothing that really makes you think he is worth a bet but his resurgence has got to start somewhere and this could be the place.

    1.50 ew Kevin Kisner (Ladbrokes 25-1)
    1.50 ew Martin Kaymer (Bet365 28-1)

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