The RBC Canadian Open is headed back to Glen Abbey Golf Course in Oakville, Ontario this week. Jhonattan Vegas, the two time defending champ, will be looking to make it three wins a row at Glen Abbey, but some big names such as Dustin Johnson, Brooks Koepka, Bubba Watson, Tommy Fleetwood and Sergio Garcia will also be in the field this week looking to win the Canadian Open.
Dustin Johnson 7/1
DJ has had success at Glen Abbey in the past two years, finishing T8 in 2017 and T2 in 2016. DJ skipped the event at Glen Abbey in 2015, but also finished T2 in 2013 with the tournament at the same golf course. So that is a T8, T2 and T2 in Johnson’s last 3 tournaments at Glen Abbey. The #1 player in the world seems to be right on the verge of finally winning this tournament.
Johnson didn’t have a great outing at Carnoustie last week, but the links style course is much different than Glen Abbey. DJ is still having a terrific year having finished 3rd at the US Open, winning the St. Jud Classic in early June and finishing top 20 in every other tournament he’s played this year.
Jhonattan Vegas 65/1
I don’t think you can overlook Jhonattan Vegas at odds of 65/1. The guy has won at Glen Abbey the past two years and obviously loves the golf course. He is coming into the tournament not playing his best golf having been cut in hist last two outings (The Open and Travelers), while not finishing better than T20 since January. That said, Vegas isn’t playing badly. In fact, he’s playing much better than he did entering last years tournament. In 2017 Vegas had been cut in his previous 4 tournaments heading into Glen Abbey and had been cut in 7 of his previous 9. He was playing some pretty awful golf and he still came into Glen Abbey and shot 21 under to win the tournament.
Ollie Schniederjans 81/1
Schniederjans is a prospect that I really think will have his coming out party sooner than later. He’s had a very average season, but he’s started playing a bit better of late finishing T26 at the Greenbrier and T32 at the Travelers. The talent is there he just has to put it all together for four days to contend in a tournament.
Schniederjans shot -7 for T54 last year, but that included a 65 round to start the tournament, which shows he has the ability to go low at Glen Abbey. In 2015 Schniederjans finished T22 with a -9 in a tournament that included a 66 in round 3. He has the ability, he just needs to put it together for all four days.
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