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Odds to Win the 2018 RBC Canadian Open

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Jul/25/2018

Gambling911.com has your RBC Canadian Open betting odds.


Dustin Johnson is the near 6/1 favorite to win this week's tournament.

Johnson is coming off a poor showing in the British Open last week.

"I really didn't play poorly, so not really," Johnson said Wednesday during his press conference when asked if he changed anything mentally after the missed cut. "Coming in here, I just work on the same things I've been working on. I feel like I'm swinging well, I'm hitting it well.

"Spent a little bit of time working on the putting, which is something that's been kind of hot and cold this year a little bit, but I feel like I've got a pretty good beat on it. I feel like I'm rolling it well, so that's something I've spent a little bit of time on. And then a lot of time on wedges, too, to get those a little bit sharper. But I feel like the whole game as a whole is pretty good now."

What these tournaments have taught us is that often times golfers with much better payout odds tend to perform well.  Francesco Molinari won this past week’s British Open at 35/1 odds.

Here are all your 2018 Canadian Open betting odds below.

RBC Canadian Open
Odds to Win RBC Canadian Open
 
07:10 AM 63001 Dustin Johnson   +550  
63002 Brooks Koepka   +1100  
63004 Tony Finau   +1400  
63003 Tommy Fleetwood   +1600  
63005 Bubba Watson   +2000  
63006 Charley Hoffman   +2500  
63008 Joaquin Niemann   +2500  
63007 Matt Kuchar   +2500  
63009 Sergio Garcia   +2500  
63010 Billy Horschel   +3300  
63013 Brandt Snedeker   +3300  
63011 Kevin Kisner   +3300  
63015 Gary Woodland   +4000  
63012 Ian Poulter   +4000  
63014 Byeong Hun An   +5000  
63016 Cameron Champ   +5000  
63019 J.B. Holmes   +5000  
63021 Jhonattan Vegas   +5000  
63023 Keegan Bradley   +5000  
63017 Steve Stricker   +5000  
63025 Adam Hadwin   +6600  
63039 Chez Reavie   +6600  
63022 Chris Kirk   +6600  
63028 Jamie Lovemark   +6600  
63024 Jimmy Walker   +6600  
63018 Joel Dahmen   +6600  
63041 Seamus Power   +6600  
63020 Stewart Cink   +6600  
63038 Troy Merritt   +6600  
63027 Bronson Burgoon   +8000  
63030 David Lingmerth   +8000  
63033 Harold Varner III   +8000  
63029 Keith Mitchell   +8000  
63032 Ollie Schniederjans   +8000  
63035 Sam Ryder   +8000  
63026 Shane Lowry   +8000  
63049 Tom Lovelady   +8000  
63043 Danny Lee   +10000  
63045 J.J. Spaun   +10000  
63044 J.T. Poston   +10000  
63036 Johnson Wagner   +10000  
63046 Kevin Tway   +10000  
63037 Martin Laird   +10000  
63048 Nick Watney   +10000  
63042 Patrick Rodgers   +10000  
63040 Ryan Armour   +10000  
63047 Wesley Bryan   +10000  
63050 Graeme McDowell   +12500  

 

 

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