2022 RBC Canadian Open Odds: Scottie Scheffler Favored Over Justin Thomas, Rory McIlroy

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Ben Jared/PGA TOUR via Getty Images. Pictured: Scottie Scheffler.

  • The PGA TOUR returns to Canada for the first time since 2019.
  • Scottie Scheffler is favored, with Justin Thomas and Rory McIlroy behind him.
  • Get the latest odds as of Tuesday morning and a tournament preview below.

2022 RBC Canadian Open Odds

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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
Patrick Reed+5000
Sebastian Munoz+5000
C.T. Pan+6600
Sahith Theegala+6600
Aaron Rai+8000
Adam Long+8000
Mackenzie Hughes+8000
Pat Perez+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
Nate Lashley+15000
Rory Sabbatini+15000
Vince Whaley+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
Wyndham Clark+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
Jared Wolfe+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
Jared du Toit+75000
Jason Dufner+75000
Joe Deraney+75000
Jonas Blixt+75000
Mike Weir+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
Bet the RBC Canadian Open, Win $200 (No Matter What!)

In preparation for next week’s US Open, a strong field is north of the border for the 2022 RBC Canadian Open.

This will be the first Canadian Open since 2019. The tournament was canceled in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and it suffered the same fate last year because of travel restrictions to get into Canada.

Three of the Official World Golf Rankings' top-six players and five of the top nine will be in action this week at St. George’s Golf and Country Club, including the first two major winners of 2022 in Scottie Scheffler and Justin Thomas.

As you probably know by now, Scheffler is in the midst of an incredible 2022. He has won four of his last 10 starts, and he lost in a playoff to Sam Burns in his last start at the Charles Schwab Challenge.

Four of the top five players in the FedEx Cup standings are in the field this week: Scheffler (first), Burns (second), Cameron Smith (third) and Thomas (fifth).

That quartet and Rory McIlroy make up the top five on the odds board this week.

If you’re looking for a Canadian to bet this week, the top three in the field are Corey Conners, Adam Hadwin and Mackenzie Hughes. All are capable of winning this week, but it should be noted that no Canadian golfer has won the Canadian Open since 1954. The closest one came was in 2004, when Mike Weir lost in a playoff to Vijay Singh.

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The Course

The Canadian Open generally moves around more than other regular stops on the PGA TOUR. In 2019, this tournament was hosted in Hamilton at Hamilton Golf & Country Club, and it was at Glen Abbey Golf Club in Oakville, Ontario, the four years before that.

This year, it returns to St. George’s for the first time since 2010. Prior to that, it hadn’t hosted the Canadian Open since 1968. This will be the sixth time the event will be hosted by St. George’s.

Normally, St. George’s plays as a par-71, just north of 7,000 yards. Distance off the tee is unlikely to play a huge role, with approach serving as a key metric this week.

Past Winners

McIlroy is the defending champion, having won this event back in 2019. He did so with a tournament-record 258 strokes for 22-under par in Hamilton. That score itself wasn’t a record, though, as Dustin Johnson shot 23-under the year before at Glen Abbey.

The two years before that belonged to Jhonattan Vegas. The Venezuelan has won three times on the PGA TOUR, and two of those victories came in 2016 and ’17 at Glen Abbey. Vegas hasn’t won since then, but his last six results on the TOUR have been T27, T4, T18, T15, T59 and T37.

Carl Pettersson won this event back in 2010, when it was last at St. George’s. The Swede shot 14-under and finished one stroke better than Dean Wilson and two better than Luke Donald.

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