The RSM Classic Prediction, Preview, and Odds (2023)
- PGA Tour action takes place in Georgia this weekend, as The RSM Classic is staged
- Adam Svensson landed victory in this event last year
The competitive action on the PGA Tour continues this week, as The RSM Classic will take place at Sea Island Golf Club. This event has been staged annually since 2010, and Adam Svensson will be among the players chasing victory in Georgia this weekend.
Schedule & How To Watch
- When: Thursday, November 16- Sunday, November 19, 2023
- Where: Sea Island Golf Club, Georgia
- How To Watch: Golf Channel
The RSM Classic Odds
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Competitive action on the PGA Tour this weekend comes from Sea Island Golf Club, as The RSM Classic takes center stage. This event has been staged annually since 2010, with the seaside course having a par 70, covering 7,005 yards. Meanwhile, the Plantation Course is a par 72, and covers a total distance of 7,160 yards.
Kevin Kisner and Talor Gooch both hold the record scores in this event, as the stars finished with aggregate totals of 260 and 22-under when landing victories in 2015 and 2021, respectively. The reigning champion coming into this weekend is Adam Svensson.
Ludvig Aberg appears to be a standout selection at the top of the betting, as the 24-year-old Swede comes into the weekend in solid recent form. He continued his excellent performances at the WWT Championship earlier this month when finishing in a tie for tenth. Russell Henley also makes his return to the PGA Tour this weekend for the first time since finishing in a tie for 14th at the Tour Championship.
Brian Harman finished outside of the top ten at the Tour Championship on his previous PGA Tour outing, but more will be expected this weekend. His chances are certainly improved based on the fact that he was among the strongest finishers 12 months ago when finishing just two shots off the lead.
The RSM Classic Prediction
Matt Kuchar is a play that we like this weekend, as the 45-year-old looked back to somewhere near his best when finishing in a tie for second at the WWT Championship at the start of the month.