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Canadian Open Golf Championship: Betting and Preview

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As the Canadian Open Golf Championship sinks in the rearview mirror, the golf Tour runs into a higher gear and heads off to Ontario. Following is an exciting week of majors action in England, the PGA Tour now heads to Canuck territory for this year’s installment of the RBC Canadian Open. All eyes will be on the World’s No. 1 Dustin Johnson at the Glen Abbey Golf Club in Ontario. With a few hours to go for the PGA Championship, many elite golfers will look forward to gaining the momentum. Meanwhile, Linesmaker sizes the top contenders up for the event.

Glen Abbey Golf Club in Ontario is the venue for this tournament for the third year in a row. Jack Nicklaus designed track is a par 72 which measures 7,253 yards so it is not particularly long.
Dustin Johnson is the favorite to win this tournament this week at (+375). He has been the runner up on his last two visits to this course and is surely a better player now. The next favorite is Matt Kutcher at (+1000). Will he be up for the battle after the open or did that fight take it out of him. This will probably be known during the event so that it is enough to put it off him.
Charley Hoffman is the third favorite at (+1500). He is 25/1, which is a touch on the skinny side although he has threatened to win a number of times this year and he will get over the line. In addition, Tony Finau is left not far behind at (+1350) and looks good bet this week. There is another one who is a bit more risky in the shape of Bubba Watson at (+1700).

Apart from these top three golfers, Patrick Cantlay (+3000), Danny Lee (+4000), and Graham Delaet (+5000) will come out hitting on all cylinders to pull off a win here.

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Billy O'Shea has been a sports writer for Linesmaker Sports since 2012. Raised in Toronto, Canada he has a keen interest in sports analytics especially wagering behavior as a predictive model for sports outcomes.