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Round 4 Recap — Sunday
Stewart Cink wins RBC Heritage in commanding fashion
The 47-year-old Cink ($6,700; 129 DKFP) led by five shots heading into Saturday, maintained his five-shot lead heading into Sunday and shot a one-under 70 in the final round of the RBC Heritage to take home the trophy by a commanding four strokes. Cink finished at -19, racking up 18 birdies and two eagles on the week, with one bogey-free round and one run of three or more birdies. The grizzled TOUR vet was just 6.7% owned in the $800K Flop Shot contest. Emiliano Grillo ($7,300; 112 DKFP) shot three under to move up one spot into a tie for second with Harold Varner III ($7,000; 108 DKFP), who shot a 65 on Sunday to vault up the leaderboard, pouring in six birdies after bogeying the first. — Kenny Ducey
Collin Morikawa can’t charge on Sunday at Harbour Town
Although he started his Final Round with a birdie on Sunday, Morikawa ($10,600; 89.5 DKFP) could never get things rolling as he tried to chase down eventual RBC Heritage winner Stewart Cink ($6,700; 129.0 DKFP). Morikawa had only one other birdie and three bogeys on the day to finish T7. Matthew Fitzpatrick ($9,100; 95.5 DKFP) passed Morikawa to move up into a T4 with Corey Conners ($9,300; 94 DKFP) and Maverick McNealy ($6,700; 107.5 DKFP). The best round of the day came from Charles Howell III ($7,200; 81.5 DKFP), who moved into a T18 with eight birdies and two bogeys. Howell started and finished the week strong with rounds of 66 and 65, but he struggled in between with rounds of 70 and 74. — Zach Thompson
Round 3 Recap — Saturday
Stewart Cink stays hot at RBC Heritage
The 47-year-old Cink ($6,700; 116 DKFP) is five shots clear of the field heading into Sunday’s final round of the RBC Heritage thanks to a two-under 69 on Saturday. The TOUR’s grizzled veteran entered the day with a five-shot lead. After bogeying the third, he managed to play extremely well with the lead, birdieing four, five and 14. Cink was just 6.7% owned in the $800K Flop Shot contest and is now a -275 favorite to close out the tournament on DraftKings Sportsbook. Collin Morikawa ($10,500; 88.5 DKFP) sits alone in second after a four-under round on Saturday, which included three straight birdies on the back nine, and Emiliano Grillo ($7,300; 87 DKFP) has sole possession of third. — Kenny Ducey
Webb Simpson posts seven-under 64 Saturday at RBC Heritage
Simpson ($10,700; 71.5 DKFP) made his mark on moving day at the RBC Heritage, shooting the low round on Saturday at Harbour Town Links with a seven-under 64. The defending champ carded seven birdies and didn’t record a single bogey in the third round. Following Simpson, Matt Wallace ($7,500; 82.5 DKFP) and Christiaan Bezuidenhout ($7,700; 67.5 DKFP) both posted six-under 65s Saturday. It’s worth noting Wallace was only 5.66% owned in the $800K Flop Shot. At T4th in the standings, the 31-year-old’s +3500 odds on DraftKings Sportsbook to take home the top prize at the RBC Heritage on Sunday are the fifth-best. — Alex Hunter
Round 2 Recap — Friday
Stewart Cink holds five-shot lead at RBC Heritage
After finishing T19 at the Honda Classic and then T12 at the Masters, Cink ($6,700; 100.5 DKFP) has been brilliant at Harbour Town Golf Links, shooting back-to-back eight-under 61s for the first two rounds of the RBC Heritage. The 47-year-old produced an eagle in each of these rounds and has been a game-changer in GPPs thus far, carrying only a 6.77% ownership in DraftKings’ $800K Flop Shot tournament. At +140 on the DraftKings Sportsbook, Cink is the favorite to win the RBC Heritage, with Corey Conners ($9,300; 70.5 DKFP), who is in solo second place following the second round, with the second-best odds at +550. All alone in third place is Emiliano Grillo ($7,300; 70 DKFP) after he and Conners both card seven-under 64s on Friday. — Alex Hunter
Patton Kizzare headlines missed cuts at RBC Heritage
It was a good start to the week for the chalk golfers on DraftKings. Of the top 10 golfers in terms of average ownership, Kizzare ($6,500) was the only one to miss the cut. He bounced back from a disappointing opening round 74 with a two-under-par 69 on Friday, but that wasn’t nearly enough to put him on the right side of the cut line. Kizzare was owned at approximately 16.9%, which made him the 10th-highest owned golfer on DraftKings. Matthew Fitzpatrick ($9,100) was the highest-owned golfer at nearly 31.75%, and he’s currently tied for 11th at seven-under-par. Corey Conners ($9,300) also checked in with top-10 ownership, and he heads into the third round in second place at 11-under-par. — Matt LaMarca
Round 1 Recap — Thursday
Cameron Smith grabs one-shot lead after first round at RBC Heritage
Smith ($10,200; 67.5 DKFP) picked up right where he left off after last week’s top-10 Masters finish, firing a nine-under 62 on Thursday to grab a one-shot lead at the RBC Heritage. He shot a bogey-free round and also picked up the birdie-streak bonus, birdieing the fourth, fifth and sixth holes en route to a nine-birdie day. Stewart Cink ($6,700; 56 DKFP) sits all alone in second place at -8, while Collin Morikawa ($10,500; 43.5 DKFP) has a share of third place and is three shots back. He only bogeyed the 12th and picked up seven birdies on the day. He’s tied with Matt Wallace ($7,500; 45 DKFP) — who, like Smith, shot a bogey-free round on Thursday to pick up a small bonus. — Kenny Ducey
Mixed results in first round for highest-rostered golfers of RBC Heritage
In the $800K Flop Shot, Webb Simpson ($10,700: 10.5 DKFP) is the highest-rostered golfer at 25.46%, then Will Zalatoris ($9,700: 28 DKFP) is at 22.93%, Matthew Fitzpatrick ($9,100: 14 DKFP) is at 21.87% and Abraham Ancer ($8,900: 19 DKFP) is at 20.75%. Simpson shot an even 71, bogeying hole 12 and notching a birdie on hole 17. Fitzpatrick also shot an even 71, but his day was more eventful. The front nine was par city, but on the back nine, he birdied hole 2 and double-bogeyed hole 4, then bogeyed hole 6, before finishing the round with birdies on the last two holes. Zalatoris and Ancer had slightly better days, finishing with a three-under 68 and a two-under 69, respectively. — Stan Son
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