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Final round
scores from
the RBC
Canadian Open

Jhonattan Vegas -21
Charley Hoffman -21
Ian Poulter -20
Gary Woodland -19
Brandon Hagy -18
Robert Garrigus -18
Tony Finau -18
Dustin Johnson -17
Kevin Chappell -17
Andres Gonzales -16
James Hahn -16
Seamus Power -16
Sean O'Hair -16

Final round
odds for

the RBC
Canadian Open

Charley Hoffman 2/1
Kevin Chappell 4/1
Gary Woodland 6/1
Tony Finau 12/1
Robert Garrigus 14/1
Dustin Johnson 16/1
Jhonattan Vegas 20/1
Andres Gonzales 33/1
Brandon Hagy 33/1
Ryan Ruffels 33/1
Sam Saunders 33/1
Chad Campbell 50/1
Harold Varner III 66/1
Ian Poulter 66/1
Matt Every 80/1
Rory Sabbatini 80/1
Tyrone Van Aswegen 80/1
J.B. Holmes 125/1
Chez Reavie 150/1
David Lingmerth 150/1
Martin Flores 150/1
Smylie Kaufman 200/1
C.T. Pan 250/1
Nick Watney 250/1
Kramer Hickok 300/1
Ollie Schneiderjans 300/1
Vijay Singh 300/1


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Review & Betting Guide for the RBC Canadian Open


Dustin Johnson
Dustin Johnson
James Kennedy

Matt Kuchar
Matt Kuchar
Keith Allison

Ian Poulter
Ian Poulter

Jim Furyk
Jim Furyk
Keith Allison

Ben Martin
Ben Martin
Keith Allison

Daniel Summerhays
Daniel Summerhays
James Kennedy

Glen Abbey Golf Club, where the Canadian Open will be played for the 25th time is home to one of Canada's most famous courses. Located just west of Toronto it is also the home of the Royal Canadian Golf Association and the Canadian Golf Hall of Fame.

The course was designed by Jack Nicklaus and opened for play in 1976. The course is heavily forested parkland track measuring 7,112 yards off the Black championship tees. The fairways are receptive but the greens are undulating and protected by steep bunkers.

Distinguishing features of the Glen Abbey course are the "Valley Holes" from the 11th to the 15th. On the 11th hole the players tee off a cliff to a fairway that is approximately 60 feet below on the valley floor. The 2nd shot must clear Sixteen Mile Creek to reach the green. The 15th is a short par 3 with a sharply sloping green.

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My tips to win:

With two runner-up finishes in this event world number one Dustin Johnson 7/1 – with Ladbrokes – will be hoping he can finally add this title to his list of tour victories. It is hard to gauge what mood Dustin will be in after his final round 77 at The Open put paid to any chance he had of lifting the claret jug. After starting the year with three wins, a runner-up and only being outside the Top 6 once in eight starts, he will be looking to put an end to the two missed cuts and a fifty-forth place finish from his last three.

If it wasn’t for his record in this event and also RBC being one of Matt Kuchar 11/1 – with SportingBet – main sponsors I may not have gone for “The Kooch” this week, he must feel punch drunk after his final round 18-hole battle with Jordan Spieth at The Open. Matt has a runner-up and two other Top 10s over the Glen Abbey course and I’m sure his resilience will come through and I wouldn’t be surprised if he finally won here this week.

After thinking he may have lost his playing rights on the PGA Tour Ian Poulter 45/1 – with SportingBet – has wasted no time in making up for lost time. That runner-up finish at The Players championship along with a Top 15 at The Open championship have seen him move up to Seventy-seventh place on the FedEx Cup rankings and Seventy-eighth on the world golf rankings. Poulter will know doubt have his eye on getting back inside the Top 60 players in the world and back to playing WGC events and he will know doubt will be challenging again this week.

My each-way tips:

Jim Furyk 50/1 – with PaddyPower – has won this event twice and also has a runner-up all of which were achieved on other courses than this weeks tournament, but in his last three starts over the Glen Abbey track Jim has finished inside the Top 13 with a Top 5 in that run. Furyk has started to steady the ship after six missed cuts on the spin and he will get a lot of confidence from shooting four rounds in the 60s at the Barbasol Championship at the weekend and will be looking forward to being back in Canada.

Ben Martin 51/1 – with 10Bet – hasn’t had the greatest of times over the Glen Abbey track but with Two Top 10s in his last four starts, should see Ben turn up in buoyant mood this week and his third round 64 at the Barbasol Championship at the weekend shows his golf game is in great shape.

My outside tips:

There are a couple this week, first up is Danial Summerhays 80/1 – with 32Red – and it seems only a matter of time before the Utahan puts four good rounds together instead of seeing challenges fade in the final round. The other is William McGirt 110/1 – with Bet365 – who missed his second Open Championship cut at the weekend, but I am sure his golf game will have benefited from the experience of links golf and he does have a runner-up finish over this course.

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