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PGA One and Done Picks: Expert PGA Golf Predictions This Week for RBC Heritage 2022

Ben Rasa

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The first major is in the books, but the PGA Tour season rolls on with the RBC Heritage set to begin. For One and Done, these tournaments in between majors are key to keeping momentum or getting back into contention after a rough outing. There is plenty of money up for grabs and a stronger-than-anticipated field ready to tee off. This should provide more options for PGA One and Done picks and several high-end guys to choose from.

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PGA One and Done Picks: RBC Heritage 2022

What is a One and Done Pool?

A One and Done pool has some similarities with NFL survivor pools except that players cannot be eliminated early for making a poor pick. Each week players have to select one golfer, and their prize money earned that week becomes points for the player. The same player cannot be used twice, just like an NFL survivor contest, so strategy and knowing when to save a top-tier player can make the difference. At the end of the season, the team with the most cumulative earning earns a strong payoff. Pools will pay several spots, depending on it is size, similar to a GPP structure from DFS golf.

The Masters One and Done Recap

Justin Thomas

It was an awful opening round for Justin Thomas, but then a strong Friday got him right back into contention. There were a few moments on the weekend where Thomas looked to get into the actual mix, but unfortunately for him, he wasn’t able to string it together. Still, when the dust settled he slid into a tie for eighth, which netted $450,000 to the PGA One and Done bank. Seven-figure paydays are the goal for majors, but Thomas still added a nice chunk of change.

Rory McIlroy

Through 54 holes it looked like another disappointing Masters result for Rory McIlroy. On Sunday he teed off out of contention, but after a red-hot 8-under 64, he found himself comfortably in second behind Scottie Scheffler. It was a glimpse of the talent that McIlroy has struggled to show for 72 holes, but it also turned an average finish into a big-time showing for One and Done. McIlroy won $1.6 million, which is a huge success despite not breaking through for the green jacket.

Matthew Fitzpatrick

Matthew Fitzpatrick has lacked the wins, but he has had incredibly consistent results. Augusta was no different, as Fitzpatrick finished 14th for his fifth top-15 finishes in his last six starts. Eventually he is going to put it all together and win a tournament, but in the meantime he is as close to a sure thing to cash a check as anyone on tour. The $285,000 payout isn’t fantastic, but it also won’t sting nearly as much as a missed cut.

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The RBC Heritage 2022 PGA One and Done Picks

Matthew Fitzpatrick

Speaking of Fitzpatrick, why not consider him at Harbour Town where his game sets up perfectly? He is playing consistently top-end golf, and this isn’t nearly as strong of a field as last week’s. The opportunity cost for Fitzpatrick isn’t gigantic, and this is one of the best course layouts he could ask for. After a slow start to his RBC Heritage results, he has found his groove with a 14th in 2020 followed by a fourth-place finish last year.


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Daniel Berger

Last week Daniel Berger was able to find the weekend, but that was about all for his positives. He never threatened, and the 50th-place result was a slight disappointment for Berger backers. Now he heads to Harbour Town where, like Fitzpatrick, he has had success in the past. Berger relies on the irons, and the lack of distance off the tee won’t affect him much here. A two-time winner at TPC Southwind for the St. Jude, Berger clearly has a course type at which he excels, and there are some similarities to what he will face here.

Tommy Fleetwood

If not using one of the favorites, or there are not many available, then take a look at Tommy Fleetwood this week. He is starting to find his form again, and the 14th at the Masters is only going to further that momentum. During Fleetwood’s struggles it was the irons that really were the problem, but three straight positive events with the ball striking have to be encouraging. The results at this event in 2021 (missed cut) and 2019 (25th) aren’t going to blow anyone away, but seeing the course a few times is a positive. Fleetwood is the best under-the-radar One and Done pick this week, and he’s primed to continue this run of good form.

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2022 RBC Heritage One and Done Pick: Daniel Berger

Last week’s seven-figure payday with McIlroy allows for a more conservative approach this tournament. Berger has only missed a single cut this season, and despite the lackluster Masters performance, he has been steady all season. The setup at Harbour Town should suit exactly what he wants to do, and the previous results further that point. In 2020 Berger finished third here, and last season he had another solid showing with a 13th-place finish. Berger could easily win at this course given how well it suits his game.


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Yahoo! DFS PGA rankings for this week will be posted at least a day in advance of any tournament. The Yahoo! PGA DFS projections for this week, the DraftKings DFS PGA showdown projections and the FanDuel DFS PGA ownership projections for today are made and used by Alex Baker, the No. 1 DFS player in the world. Looking for more PGA DFS picks for DraftKings and PGA DFS picks for DraftKings?

*Ben Rasa (aka Jazzraz)* has been involved with sports and numbers for quite some time dabbling in the poker world , sports wagering and of course finding a home in the DFS world. While he enjoys playing NFL, NCAAF and NBA he has found his best advantage on the links with PGA and the Euro Tour. Jazzraz focuses on GPPs and uses a analytical approach to try and find pricing inefficiencies as well as trying to go against the grain to find those under owned lesser know players that can make the difference in giant field tournaments. You can contact Ben by emailing [email protected].

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