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RBC Heritage DFS Showdown picks for Final Round at Hilton Head

We break down the best lineup strategy for the Final Round Showdown at the RBC Heritage.

Alexander Noren looks over the first green during the second round of the U.S. Open golf tournament at Shinnecock Hills GC - Shinnecock Hills Golf C. Dennis Schneidler-USA TODAY Sports

The RBC Heritage wraps up on Father’s Day this Sunday with the Final Round. It’s been a roller-coaster of a tournament at Harbour Town with a ton of movement on the leaderboard from Saturday to Sunday. With so many big names falling behind lesser ones, it makes it a bit tough to figure out which way to go in the Sunday Showdown contest on DraftKings. Let’s go over some picks in each price range to help you out.

Webb Simpson ($10,200)

This tournament is wide open. Like really wide open. If Saturday told us anything, anyone can climb up the leaderboard at Hilton Head. Simpson, in my eyes, is the top stud option left that makes sense for a Sunday Showdown. I can easily see Webb going on another run and winning this thing. Even with a slightly worse 68 on Saturday, I think Simpson can finish strong. He shot back-to-back 65s through the first two days.

Brooks Koepka ($9,100)

I’m pretty sure I was high on Brooks a few days ago after his first round and I think he can build on Saturday’s performance. He isn’t that far off the lead and could make a big enough run to steal a victory at Hilton Head. Each round he seems to make a mistake or two for bogey, so really all Brooks needs to do is go mistake-free on Sunday to close the gap. Overall, I think we could see a lot of the big guns make a run at winning on Sunday.

Corey Conners ($8,100)

Similar to Brooks, I’m going back to the Conners well at this price. He came close to winning last week and has been lights out on the PGA Tour this season. Conners struggled down the stretch Saturday and still managed to put up a decent card. If he can keep it up and hit his putts, Conners has as good a shot as any in this price range to make a run. Pricing is weird for these Final Round Showdowns, so we need to consider upside and win potential over everything.

Alex Noren ($7,100)

Noren has shot back-to-back 66s on Friday and Saturday to climb all the way up the leaderboard at Harbour Town. Had it not been for a bogey on 18 on Saturday, Noren would be a few strokes off the lead. This Showdown contest may force you do just go with whoever you think will have the best day. Really we shouldn’t be worrying too much about price in this case. A lot of the top names in price aren’t going to have a shot at winning on Sunday.