FanDuel Fantasy Golf Picks for the RBC Heritage 2023 at Harbour Town Golf Links

FanDuel fantasy picks for the 2023 RBC Heritage.
FanDuel fantasy picks for the 2023 RBC Heritage. / Associated Press

The Masters is finally in the rearview mirror and the PGA Tour is now looking ahead to the rest of its calendar. The first event on that list is the well-known RBC Heritage at Harbour Town.

Let's take a look at three golfers to consider when putting together your fantasy team this week.

RBC Heritage 2023 Fantasy Picks

Jordan Spieth Fantasy

Jordan Spieth is in a great spot where he is playing great golf coming into an event, and it's an event where he has played fantastically in the past. In fact, Spieth is the defending champion here. But his win in 2022 wasn't his sign of success at Harbour Town.

He has played here six times as a pro, placing top-12 in four of those starts. Spieth finished T4 at The Masters this past week, but it was more about his play in Round 4 than it was his finishing position. Spieth tore it up in his final round, shooting 6-under to put himself in contention on Sunday before Jon Rahm pulled away.

Spieth's last round was one of his best all season, and I'll gladly take that from him coming into Harbour Town.

Sungjae Im Fantasy

Sungjae Im just barely made the cut at The Masters as one of the last guys in, but turned it on in Rounds 3 and 4, making a serious run. Im ended up finishing T16 at Augusta.

Im has also played solid in his last four starts, finishing T21, T6, T17 and T16, respectively. When it comes to this event, Im has teed it up four times here. While he missed the cut his first two years, he was 13th and 21st the last two seasons.

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Matt Kuchar Fantasy

Matt Kuchar has both a ton of experience at Harbour Town and a bunch of success. He's played at this course 19 times as a pro, making the cut 18 times.

He has one win, seven top-10 finishes, and 12 top-25 finishes. He finished in third here last year and is coming off a T9 and T3 in his last two starts prior to this event. He didn't play in The Masters so Kucher has had an extra week to rest and prepare.

Considering his past success and price for this week, it's really difficult not to like him here.

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