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PGA Betting Picks and Predictions for The Canadian Open

The Canadian Open is up next on the PGA Tour. Glen Abbey Golf Course in Oakville Ontario will be the host for the par 72, stroke play tournament. The Canadian Open has been around since the early 1900’s. The defending champion is Jhonattan Vegas. The overall record holder at the Canadian Open is Johnny Palmer. In 1952, he shot 25 under par to win the tournament. Here is our PGA Betting Picks and Predictions for the Canadian Open.

Dustin Johnson 13/2

Before the Open Championship, Dustin Johnson was the top earner on the PGA Money List. Now, he has fallen to 2nd overall. He has 6 Top 10 finishes in 13 events this season. Johnson shot a 77 on the final day of the Open Championship to fall to 54th. Before that, he missed back to back cuts at the Memorial and the US Open.

Matt Kuchar 11/1

Will we see a little bit of a hangover from Matt Kuchar? The guy shot a 69 on the final day at the Open Championship and could not track down Jordan Spieth. Kuchar moved to 13th on the rankings, with more than $3.1M in earnings. Kuchar has finished in the Top 20 in all of his last 5 events. He has made the cut 15 out of 19 times, and has 5 Top 10 finishes.

Danny Lee 33/1

The 27 year old from South Korea is 57th on the Money List. This seems to be an event that Lee could fare well in. Lee’s most recent event was at the John Deere Classic, but he was forced to withdraw due to injury. Before that, he finished 9th at the Greenbrier Classic at Old White TPC.

Daniel Summerhays 66/1

Daniel Summerhays is a guy that can always compete, but you never know which side of him will be on the course. Summerhays did not quality for the Open Championship, so instead he went to the Barbasol Championship, where he finished 63rd. Before that, Summerhays finished in the Top 20 in back to back events.

Grayson Murray 66/1

The 23 year old already has 2 Top 10 finishes. Murray is coming off the win at Barbasol, which earned him more than $600,00. Before that, Murray missed the cut at the John Deere Classic, and withdrew before that at the Greenbrier.
There it is. Those are five of the guys we think you should look at when you are betting on the 2017 Canadian Open. When push comes to shove, our final pick is Dustin Johnson. He is not happy he was taken out of the #1 spot in the world, and he is ready to get back at it. Look for Dustin Johnson to have a great weekend, and take down the 2017 Canadian Open. Bet Dustin Johnson at 13/2