MY outright tips for the RBC Heritage haven't performed well with Paul Casey and Matthew Fitzpatrick both missing the cut. Kevin Kisner at least made the third round but is struggling at two over.
Of the two balls today I like the look of Luke Donald against Patton Kizzire. The Englishman has come back to some kind of form and is just one off the lead. Kizzire has one second and four top-10s in his first year on Tour but I like the look of Donald.
I like the look of stylish Bryson DeChambeau in his first tournament as a pro. Sometimes it takes these young amateurs time to adjust but he has certainly hit the ground running. He takes on Lucas Glover who is also on minus three and although Glover hit a solid four under 67 yesterday DeChambeau should have enough to edge it.
Charley Hoffman and Russell Knox are evenly matched with co-leader Hoffman one shot ahead of the Scot. I looked closely at the American before the tournament started but decided against picking him (more fool me). Hoffman has had two three-under 68s and I am tempted to go for the draw but think the American will just pip Knox.
Bryson DeChambeau (5.55pm) DRAW*
Luke Donald (6.45pm) WIN
Charley Hoffman 6.55pm) WIN
(11-10, Paddy Power)
*Void with some bookies