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Third round
scores from
the RBC
Canadian Open

Dustin Johnson -17
Byeong Hun An -17
Kevin Tway -17
Whee Kim -17
Hudson Swafford -13
Rory Sabbatini -13
Abraham Ancer -12
Joel Dahmen -12
Chris Stroud -12
Danny Lee -12
Robert Garrigus -12
Johnson Wagner -12

Final round
odds for
the RBC
Canadian Open

Dustin Johnson Evens
Byeong-Hun An 7/2
Kevin Tway 5/1
Meen Whee Kim 6/1
Rory Sabbatini 66/1
Hudson Swafford 80/1
Tony Finau 100/1
Tommy Fleetwood 125/1
Charley Hoffman 150/1
Joel Dahmen 150/1
Abraham Ancer 200/1
Chris Stroud 200/1
Danny Lee 200/1
Johnson Wagner 200/1
Keegan Bradley 200/1
Robert Garrigus 200/1
Joaquin Niemann 250/1
Shane Lowry 250/1
Andrew Putnam 300/1
Brandt Snedeker 300/1
Jamie Lovemark 300/1
Tyler Duncan 300/1
Mackenzie Hughes 400/1
Zac Blair 400/1
Gary Woodland 500/1
George Cunningham 500/1
Graeme McDowell 500/1
Ian Poulter 500/1
Jhonattan Vegas 500/1
Jimmy Walker 500/1
Ricky Barnes 500/1
Ryan Yip 500/1
Stewart Cink 500/1


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Review & Betting Guide for the RBC Canadian Open


Dustin Johnson
Dustin Johnson
Keith Allison

Matt Kuchar
Matt Kuchar

Charley Hoffman
Charley Hoffman
Ed McDonald

Ian Poulter
Ian Poulter

Jhonattan Vegas
Jhonattan Vegas
Secret In The Dirt

Bronson Burgoon
Bronson Burgoon

Chad Campbell
Chad Campbell
Keith Allison


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:
Well it seems the big hitters like Dustin Johnson 7/1 – with Coral – took a beating at Carnoustie last week and I am sure that left a very bitter taste and one he will want to rectify straight away. This is an event Dustin hasn’t won but he does have two runner-up finishes and a Top 10 from his five starts in the tournament, which is a stunning record and I am sure he couldn’t have chosen a better place to get back on track than Glen Abbey this week.

Charley Hoffman 25/1 – with Bet365 – was also at -4 going into the final round of last week’s Open Championship but a final round 73 see him finish inside the Top 20, his third in a row. Charley has had a bit of a rollercoaster year and has not really put any consistency together, something that I feel he has produced over the last couple of weeks where he also put four rounds in the 60s together at the Scottish Open. Hoffman was runner-up here last year and does have a couple of other Top 10s in this event.

Another player that hasn’t won this event but does have a good record in the tournament is Matt Kuchar 30/1 – with SportingBet – who has a runner-up and four Top 10s – two of which were Top 5 finishes. Matt had an outside chance at last week’s Open Championship going into the final round at -4 and a final round 72 see him finish inside the Top 10 his forth this year. It’s been four years now since Kuchar last won a tournament on the PGA Tour and what better way than to do it at one of his main sponsors events.

Each-way tips:

Some courses just fit the eye of players and when Ian Poulter 40/1 – with SportingBet – turned up here last year to play in his first ever Canadian Open he managed to finish in third place firing a final round 64. Ian missed the cut at The Open Championship, but seems to have got his game back on track after a win earlier in the year and he also has a couple of Top 10s and I expect him to be challenging again this week now the Ryder Cup is on the horizon.

After an eventful Open Championship when Jhonattan Vegas 70/1 – with BetStars – turned up in Scotland without a passport or visa and made it to the practice ground at Carnoustie with only 40mins to spare and with that kind of preparation he obviously missed the cut. But Jhonattan is going for three back-to-back wins in the Canadian Open this week and you can never discount someone on that kind of roll.

Outside Tip:

With two Top 6 finishes from his last four starts I was surprised to see Bronson Burgoon 100/1 – with UniBet – at this price with some of the bookies – so I would get in there quick. Bronson may have missed the cut at The Open Championship last week but I feel that was probably more of a learning experience and I think his runner-up finish the week before at the John Deere Classic maybe a better barometer to go by, firing a second round 62 along the way.

Longer odds:

Try Chad Campbell 250/1 – with PaddyPower

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