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RBC Canadian Open 2022 Expert Picks: 3 Bets for Tyrrell Hatton, Chris Kirk, More

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  • The PGA is north of the border this week for the 2022 RBC Canadian Open.
  • Scottie Scheffler is favored, but Joshua Perry is looking further down the odds board for his picks this week.
  • Check out Perry's outright betting card for the Canadian Open below.
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2022 RBC Canadian Open Odds

Scottie Scheffler+800
Justin Thomas+900
Rory McIlroy+1000
Cameron Smith+1200
Sam Burns+1600
Matt Fitzpatrick+1800
Shane Lowry+1800
Corey Conners+2000
Tony Finau+2500
Tyrrell Hatton+2800
Harold Varner III+3300
Adam Hadwin+4000
Chris Kirk+4000
Brendon Todd+5000
Jhonattan Vegas+5000
Justin Rose+5000
Keith Mitchell+5000
Sebastian Munoz+5000
Mackenzie Hughes+6600
Sahith Theegala+6600
Aaron Rai+8000
Adam Long+8000
Rasmus Hojgaard+8000
David Lipsky+8000
Alex Smalley+10000
Austin Smotherman+10000
Cameron Champ+10000
Dylan Frittelli+10000
Emiliano Grillo+10000
J.J. Spaun+10000
J.T. Poston+10000
John Huh+10000
Patrick Rodgers+10000
Adam Svensson+12500
Brandon Wu+12500
Doug Ghim+12500
Greyson Sigg+12500
Hank Lebioda+12500
Nick Taylor+12500
Ryan Armour+12500
Stephan Jaeger+12500
Tyler Duncan+12500
Danny Willett+15000
Dean Burmester+15000
Mark Hubbard+15000
Martin Laird+15000
Matt Wallace+15000
Matthias Schwab+15000
Rory Sabbatini+15000
Vince Whaley+15000
Wyndham Clark+15000
Andrew Novak+20000
Ben Martin+20000
Brandt Snedeker+20000
Brian Stuard+20000
Brice Garnett+20000
Chase Seiffert+20000
Christopher Gotterup+20000
Danny Lee+20000
Joseph Bramlett+20000
Justin Lower+20000
Lee Hodges+20000
Scott Piercy+20000
Aaron Cockerill+25000
Callum Tarren+25000
Cameron Percy+25000
Carlos Ortiz+25000
Charley Hoffman+25000
Hayden Buckley+25000
Jonathan Byrd+25000
Kramer Hickok+25000
Michael Gligic+25000
Nick Hardy+25000
Peter Malnati+25000
Robert Streb+25000
Roger Sloan+25000
Ryan Moore+25000
Satoshi Kodaira+25000
Scott Gutschewski+25000
Trey Mullinax+25000
Wesley Bryan+25000
Ben Kohles+30000
David Lingmerth+30000
David Skinns+30000
Harry Higgs+30000
Luke Donald+30000
Rafa Cabrera-Bello+30000
Robert Garrigus+30000
Sam Ryder+30000
Bill Haas+35000
Brandon Hagy+35000
Dylan Wu+35000
Max McGreevy+35000
Paul Barjon+35000
Sean O’Hair+35000
Vaughn Taylor+35000
Yi Cao+35000
Bo Hoag+40000
Curtis Thompson+40000
Greg Chalmers+40000
Henrik Norlander+40000
Kelly Kraft+40000
Mark Hensby+40000
Sangmoon Bae+40000
Scott Brown+40000
Stuart MacDonald+40000
Sung Kang+40000
Austin Cook+50000
Bo Van Pelt+50000
Brett Drewitt+50000
Callum Davison+50000
Camilo Villegas+50000
David Hearn+50000
Dawie van der Walt+50000
Jim Herman+50000
Johnson Wagner+50000
Joshua Creel+50000
Martin Trainer+50000
Nick Watney+50000
Ricky Barnes+50000
Seth Reeves+50000
Seung-Yul Noh+50000
Tommy Gainey+50000
Trevor Werbylo+50000
Albin Choi+75000
Ben Crane+75000
Brendan Leonard+75000
Jared du Toit+75000
Jason Dufner+75000
Joe Deraney+75000
Jonas Blixt+75000
Wes Heffernan+75000
Patrick Flavin+75000
Jeffrey Kang+75000
Braden Thornberry+75000
Matt Every+75000
A.J. Ewart+100000
D.A. Points+100000
Jim Knous+100000
Johnny Travale+100000
Myles Creighton+100000
Richard S. Johnson+100000
William Buhl+100000
John Merrick+100000
Brian Davis+100000
Kevin Stadler+100000
J.J. Henry+100000
George McNeill+100000
Brad Adamonis+100000
Jason Bohn+100000
Parker McLachlin+100000
John Rollins+100000
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Another mediocre week betting-wise at the Memorial.

Billy Horschel won fairly comfortably on Sunday. Given his average form leading into the week, I wasn’t going to land on him. Max Homa’s name showed up on the leaderboard for a time, and he did enough to stay in the top 5 at least.

Now we shift our focus to the Canadian Open, which will be held for the first time since 2019.

The Course

St. George’s Golf and Country Club in Toronto will play host this week. It’s set to play as a par 70 at just over 7,000 yards.

This will be the seventh time it’s held the tournament, but only one of those has come in the last 50 years. The 2010 version of the event was the last time we’ve seen this course, when Carl Pettersson tracked down Dean Wilson that week to claim the title. It was a relatively weak field missing most of the big names who had just played the Open Championship the week prior.

With a course on the shorter side, it should open up the list of contenders. We’re expecting to see some challenging rough and difficult greens, as well.

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The Favorites

We have three names at the top this week with Scottie Scheffler, Rory McIlroy and Justin Thomas all hovering at or just below the +1000 number depending on where you look.

The form is still pretty solid for all three, it just comes down to focus with the U.S. Open next week. Scheffler lost a playoff at Colonial in his last start. Thomas followed up his PGA Championship win with a missed cut, but that was an understandable spot for a letdown. McIlroy continues to hover on the fringes of contention, but he hasn’t really been able to put four rounds together yet.

Sam Burns and Cameron Smith are next up at +1400. Burns has been rolling right along this year with two wins and a runner up finish in his last six starts. Smith had the lead last week after 36 holes at a course he’s really struggled at in the past in Muirfield Village.

Matthew Fitzpatrick, Tony Finau, Shane Lowry and Corey Conners make up the +2000s range. Of the group, Fitzpatrick has been playing the best. The missed cut was all related to the putter last week and it’s a course where he’s had struggles in the past.

Finau was on my radar for a bet this week if we got close to the +4000s that were offered at Colonial, but that didn’t happen and I’m not backing him in this range. Lowry and Conners have both been playing well for an extended period of time now as well.

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The Mid-Tier

We’ll start here with Tyrrell Hatton at +3300 on BetRivers. Outside of a bad week at Augusta, Hatton has been gaining strokes in every event this year. The driver has given him the most trouble during the season, but he’s gained strokes there in back to back events for the first time since June of last year. He’s not really a bomber, but the tee ball has always been a strength, so if he’s got it back on track, he could be poised for a high finish.

I’m also going to Chris Kirk at +5000 on PointsBet. Kirk had an off week with the irons at Memorial, but I’ll circle back to him on this course. He’s not the longest guy, so this will be a spot where his ability to gain ground with accuracy could be an advantage.

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The Longshots

I’ll also take Tyler Duncan at 180-1 on DraftKings. Duncan fits the same mold as Perez. We’ve got a shorter course and he’s a guy who doesn’t have the length, but finds fairways and is good enough with the irons to give himself the birdie looks necessary to compete.

The Canadian Open Card

  • Tyrell Hatton +3300 (1 unit)
  • Chris Kirk +5000 (.66 units)
  • Tyler Duncan +18000 (.17 units)

Total Stake: 2.16 units

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