2023 RBC Canadian Open Updated Odds & PGA Tour Field: Rory McIlroy Favored Over Sam Burns & Tyrrell Hatton in Toronto

2023 RBC Canadian Open Updated Odds & PGA Tour Field: Rory McIlroy Favored Over Sam Burns & Tyrrell Hatton in Toronto article feature image

Via Minas Panagiotakis/Getty Images. Pictured: Rory McIlroy of Northern Ireland poses with the trophy after winning the RBC Canadian Open at St. George’s Golf and Country Club on June 12, 2022 in Etobicoke, Ontario.

2023 RBC Canadian Open Odds

Odds via bet365.

Rory McIlroy+525
Tyrrell Hatton+1300
Sam Burns+1500
Matt Fitzpatrick+1500
Cameron Young+1700
Corey Conners+1900
Justin Rose+1900
Shane Lowry+2100

Tommy Fleetwood+2700
Sahith Theegala+3200
Keith Mitchell+3700
Matt Kuchar+4500
Adrian Meronk+5000
Adam Hadwin+5500
Ludvig Aberg+6000
Nicolai Hojgaard+6500
Adam Svensson+6500
Maverick McNealy+7000
Nick Taylor+7500
Alex Smalley+7500
Michael Kim+7500
Eric Cole+7500
Mackenzie Hughes+7500
Aaron Rai+7500
Taylor Pendrith+9000
Michael Thorbjornsen+10000
Aaron Wise+10000
Harry Hall+10000
Lee Hodges+10000
David Lipsky+10000
S.H. Kim+10000

Brendon Todd+11000
Brandon Wu+11000
Will Gordon+11000
Garrick Higgo+11000
Vincent Norrman+11000
C.T. Pan+11000
Ben Martin+12000
Mark Hubbard+12000
Akshay Bhatia+14000
Webb Simpson+14000
Robby Shelton+14000
Doug Ghim+14000
Carson Young+14000
Dylan Wu+17500
Nate Lashley+17500
Cameron Champ+17500
Patton Kizzire+17500
Chez Reavie+17500
Aaron Baddeley+20000
Scott Piercy+20000
Lanto Griffin+22500
Aaron Cockerill+22500
Chad Ramey+22500
Kramer Hickok+22500
Doc Redman+22500
MJ Daffue+25000
Tyler Duncan+25000
Sam Bennett+25000
Andrew Novak+25000
Ben Silverman+25000
Zecheng Dou+25000
Grayson Murray+25000
Erik van Rooyen+30000
Peter Malnati+30000
Austin Smotherman+30000
Lucas Glover+30000
Brandt Snedeker+30000
Kevin Chappell+30000
Callum Tarren+30000
Greyson Sigg+30000
Ryan Gerard+30000

Carl Yuan+32500
Adam Long+32500
Augusto Nunez+35000
Chesson Hadley+35000
Vince Whaley+35000
Seung Yul Noh+35000
Sean O'Hair+35000
Justin Lower+35000
Martin Laird+35000
Kevin Tway+35000
Paul Haley II+35000
Matti Schmid+40000
James Hahn+40000
Brice Garnett+40000
Henrik Norlander+45000
Cody Gribble+45000
Cameron Percy+45000
Harry Higgs+45000
Brandon Matthews+45000
Hank Lebioda+45000
Martin Trainer+45000
Kevin Roy+45000
Jonathan Byrd+45000
Austin Cook+45000
David Lingmerth+45000
Chris Stroud+45000
Harrison Endycott+45000
Ryan Moore+60000
Myles Creighton+60000
Etienne Papineau+60000
Brent Grant+60000
Scott Harrington+60000
Kyle Westmoreland+60000
Roger Sloan+60000
Sung Kang+60000
Robert Streb+60000

Ryan Armour+75000
Richy Werenski+75000
Tyson Alexander+75000
Jim Herman+75000
Trevor Cone+75000
Russell Knox+75000
Matthias Schwab+75000
Trevor Werbylo+75000
Bill Haas+75000
Stuart Macdonald+75000
Michael Block+100000
Jason Dufner+100000
Michael Gligic+100000
Ryan Brehm+100000
Camilo Villegas+100000
William McGirt+100000
Derek Ernst+125000
Brian Gay+125000
Johnny Travale+125000
Mike Weir+125000
Max McGreevy+125000
Brian Stuard+125000
Kelly Kraft+125000
Andrew Landry+125000
Geoff Ogilvy+125000
Nick Watney+125000
Ricky Barnes+125000
Wesley Bryan+200000
David Hearn+300000
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The PGA Tour heads to Toronto, Canada for the 2023 RBC Canadian Open. For the first time in the storied 117-year history of the Canadian Open, Oakdale Golf and Country Club will host the tournament this week as the 37th Canadian Open venue.

With this being the week before a major championship (the US Open at Los Angeles Country Club), the field isn't as deep as designated events on Tour, but there is still star power at the top.

Last year's champion, Rory McIlroy, who won the 2022 RBC Canadian Open at St. George’s Golf and Country Club by two shots over Tony Finau at -19, returns to Canada as the tournament favorite with +450 odds as of open at bet365. McIlroy is looking for his third consecutive Canadian Open victory after wining the last two tournaments in 2019 and 2022 (the 2020 and 2020 Canadian Opens were canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic). McIlroy enters off consecutive top-10 finishes at the PGA Championship and the Memorial Tournament presented by Workday.

Sam Burns, who tied for fourth in his Canadian Open debut in 2022, opens with the second-shortest odds on Monday morning at bet365 to win outright at Oakdale Golf and Country Club at +1300. The 2023 WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play champion bounced back from a missed cut at the PGA Championship with a T6 at the Charles Schwab Challenge and a T16 at the Memorial in the last two weeks.

Reigning US Open champion Matt Fitzpatrick is one of three players who opened at bet365 with the third-shortest odds to win outright this week at +1500. He also bounced back from a missed cut at the PGA Championship with a T9 last week in Ohio at Jack's place. Fitzpatrick made just his second Canadian Open start in 2022, when he tied for 10th at St. George's.

Tyrrell Hatton also opened at +1500 to win this week as he is expected to continue his run of consistent golf. The Englishman has finished in the top 20 in five consecutive starts but is still looking for his first win of 2023. Hatton's game has been solid all around as he has gained strokes putting, around the green, on approach and off the tee in each of his last four tournaments.

Cameron Young is the third player with +1500 odds this week as he searches for his first PGA Tour victory. Young is making his Canadian Open debut this week but missed the cut at the Memorial this past weekend because of his worst putting performance (-2.13 Strokes Gained: Putting per round) of his PGA Tour career. The bomber from Wake Forest has nonetheless gained strokes off the tee in 17 consecutive tournaments with data, including every event he has played on Tour this season.

Corey Conners has the shortest odds among the 19-plus Canadians in the field this week in Toronto at +1700. Conners missed the cut this past weekend at the Memorial, but he has consecutive top-12 finishes before that at the Wells Fargo Championship and PGA Championship. The Kent State Golden Flash won his second Valero Texas Open earlier this season and remains the most recent Monday qualifier to win a Tour event (at the 2019 Valero Texas Open).

Course Preview

Oakdale Golf and Country Club is a 7,264-yard par-72 designed by Stanley Thompson in 1926 and Robbie Robinson in the late 1957. The course features Bentgrass fairways and Bentgrass/Poa Annua greens. Thompson designed the original 18 holes at Oakdale, and Robinson added nine more holes. Ian Andrew also has led a restoration at Oakdale since 2018 in effort to bring the property more in line with Thompson's vision for the course.

The tournament this week will use composite routing from each of the three nine-hole layouts at Oakdale. The front nine will consist of four holes from the Thompson nine and five holes from the Homenuik nine, while the full Knudson nine holes will play as the tournament's back nine.

Oakdale served as the host for the 2022 Canadian Open Monday qualifier, and the front nine featured six of the seven toughest holes. The toughest hole from the qualifier, the par-4 18th hole, has since been converted to a par-5 for this year's Canadian Open. This could open up some live betting opportunities throughout the week, especially for first-round leader markets.

The small greens at Oakdale will put a premium on accuracy on approach shots, but golfers should have plenty of wedges into the greens this week as there is just one par-4 that plays over 475 yards (the 489-yard third hole). All five of the par-4s on the back nine are listed under 435 yards on the official scorecard, so there could be tons of movement on the leaderboard down the stretch on Sunday afternoon in Toronto.

Past Winners

Rory McIlroy, Brandt Snedeker, Scott Piercy, Sean O'Hair and Chez Reavie are all past champions in the field for this week's RBC Canadian Open.

YearGolferWinning Score
2022Rory McIlroy-19
2019Rory McIlroy-22
2018Dustin Johnson-23
2017Jhonattan Vegas-21
2016Jhonattan Vegas-12
2015Jason Day-17
2014Tim Clark-17
2013Brandt Snedeker-16
2012Scott Piercy-17
2011Sean O’Hair-4

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