The RBC Heritage has drawn a star-studded field of the world's best golfers in the latest round of the PGA Tour, with a host of players in contention to lift the trophy come Sunday. Who will walk away with the honours in South Carolina?
Jordan Spieth is back to defend his title after beating Patrick Cantlay in a playoff in 2022.
Past and present major winners in the line-up include Masters champion Jon Rahm, Jordan Spieth, Lucas Glover, Stewart Cink, Jim Furyk, Zach Johnson, Justin Thomas, Danny Willet, Davis Love III, Shane Lowry, Webb Simpson, Collin Morikawa, Ernie Els, Jason Dufner, Matt Fitzpatrick, Justin Rose, Scottie Scheffler, Adam Scott, Jimmy Walker and Gary Woodland.
These are our four selections that could win the title this weekend.
Jordan Spieth shot an impressive six-under-par final round at the Masters to place T4 overall this past weekend.
Before that, Spieth began his season by finishing T52 at the CJ Cup, 15th at the Hero World Challenge, T13 at the Sentry Tournament of Champions, MC at the Sony Open in Hawaii and T63 at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am.
He returned to form by placing T6 at the WM Phoenix Open, MC at the Genesis Invitational, T4 at the Arnold Palmer Invitational, T19 at the Players Championship and T31 at the WGC Dell Technologies Match Play.
The 29-year-old American has an excellent record at this PGA Tour event, placing T9 in 2013, T12 in 2014, T11 in 2015, T54 in 2019, T68 in 2020 and victory in 2022.
Spieth is playing well enough to make it back-to-back victories at the Harbour Town golf course.
Viktor Hovland was in contention to win the Masters going into the final round but could not quite put it together, finishing T7 overall.
Before that, Hovland had been posting excellent results on the PGA Tour by placing T5 at the ZOZO Championship, T21 at the CJ Cup, T10 at the World Wide Technology Championship, victory at the Hero World Challenge, T18 at the Sentry Tournament of Champions, T13 at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am before finishing T42 at the WM Phoenix Open.
The 25-year-old Norwegian shrugged off that performance in Phoenix by placing T20 at the Genesis Invitational, T10 at the Arnold Palmer Invitational, T3 at the Players Championship and T31 at the WGC Dell Technologies Match Play.
He has made one appearance at the RBC Heritage, finishing T21 in 2020.
Hovland has had one top-three place and two top finishes in his last four starts and will have a chance to lift the trophy if he keeps replicating his recent form.
Cameron Young closed out his Masters with a four-under-par final round to place T7 at Augusta National this past weekend.
Before that, the 25-year-old American had a solid start to the new season on the PGA Tour, placing T53 at the ZOZO Championship, T23 at the CJ Cup, 3rd at the Hero World Challenge, T13 at the Tournament of Champions, T26 at the American Express, 2nd at the PIF Saudi International (Asian Tour) before finishing 64th at the WM Phoenix Open.
Young has been in great touch since Phoenix, placing T20 at the Genesis Invitational, T10 at the Arnold Palmer Invitational, T51 at the Players Championship and 2nd at the WGC Dell Technologies Match Play.
He placed a credible T3 on debut at the RBC Heritage in 2022.
Young has placed runner-up twice this year and will fancy his chances to get over the finish line and win in South Carolina.
Matt Kuchar has been impressive in his last two appearances on the PGA Tour and offers excellent value this weekend.
Kuchar has had mixed to excellent results this season by placing T12 at the Fortinet Championship, T29 at the CJ Cup, T27 at the World Wide Technology Championship, MC at the RSM Classic, T7 at the Sony Open in Hawaii, MC at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am, T32 at the WM Phoenix Open, 8th at the Genesis Invitational before missing the cut at the Honda Classic and the Players Championship.
However, the 44-year-old bounced back by finishing T9 at the WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play and T3 at the Valero Texas Open.
The American has been holding form at the RBC Heritage since his victory at this event in 2014 by placing 5th in 2015, T9 in 2016, T11 in 2017, T23 in 2018, 2nd in 2019, T41 in 2020, T18 in 2021 and T3 in 2022.
Kuchar comes into this tournament on the back of two excellent results and has a proven track record at the RBC Heritage, giving him the confidence to cause an upset.