Corey Conners RBC Heritage 2023 Odds, History & Prediction (Mixed Bag for Conners after Missing Masters Cut)
Just because The Masters is behind us doesn't mean the golf season is slowing down at all. Next up is the prestigious RBC Heritage at Harbour Town Golf Links.
Corey Conners missed the cut at The Masters just one week after winning the Valero Texas Open. He now plays Harbour Town, where he's played well the last three years.
Here's everything you need to know about Corey Conner's RBC Heritage odds and history at Harbour Town heading into the 2023 tournament.
Corey Conners RBC Heritage Odds & Prop Bets
Corey Conners has +4500 odds to win the RBC Heritage. There are 18 golfers with lower odds to win at Harbour Town.
Here's a look at some of the other bets available on Corey Conners:
Make / Miss Cut
-260 / +194
Has Corey Conners Ever Won the RBC Heritage? (Best Finish, Results & Harbour Town History)
Corey Conners has never won the RBC Heritage. He missed the cut in his first three appearances, but finished T-21 in 2020, T-4 in 2021 and T-12 in 2022.
Here's a closer look at all six of his finishes at Harbour Town.
Corey Conners RBC Heritage Prediction 2023
Conners has the accuracy and ability to shape shots to make another run at the weekend leaderboard at Harbour Town. His overall stats don't jump off the page at Harbour Town since he missed the cut three times, but he's still top-20 in Ball Striking and Approach.
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But Conners Putting and Short Game have been putrid over his last 50 rounds despite a win at the Valspar event. His Around the Green stats are also outside the top-125 in this field.
So while Conners has made major improvements to his game and ball striking since missing the cut in his first three tries at Harbour Town, the 31-year-old Canadian does have some risk. He's shown an ability to shoot low scores at Harbour Town, and his accuracy and ball striking should give him opportunities.
But I'm not willing to bank on a top-10 finish, and a top-20 at 2/1 odds is not appealing enough although it wouldn't be a surprise. Frankly, if I were to bet, it would be Conners to miss the cut at +194 odds before I would bet him for a top-10 or even top-20 finish.
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