Last week Bill Horschel was the upset winner of The Memorial Tournament. How big of an upset was it for Horschel? Consider that he was listed 17th on the Official World Golf Ranking. Horschel beat the Golf betting Lines for just the seventh time in his career. The 2014 FedEx Cup champion reminded gamblers of what was once a promising career. This week the tour heads to the great white north of Canada for the RBC Canadian Open. This tournament has been canceled for the pandemic for the past two years.
2022 RBC Canadian Open
|Date:||June 9-12, 2022|
|Location:||St. George’s Golf & Country Club, Toronto, Ontario|
|TV Coverage:||CBS, GOLF, ESPN+|
2022 RBC Canadian Open Betting Odds
|Harold Varner III||+2200|
|All other Golfers||+3000 or Higher|
CashBet Odds Overview – 2022 RBC Canadian Open
Following two years of inactivity, Canadian golf fans are hungry for the return of this event at St. George’s Golf and Country Club. Founded in 1904, the RBC Canadian Open has a rich history. Last time the tournament was held was in 2019. Rory McIlroy beat the sportsbook odds to win the RBC Canadian Open three years ago. Namely, Leo Diegel is the all-time winner at this event, with four championships between 1924 through 1929.
The RBC Canadian Open is the third oldest continuously running tournament. In like manner, only the Open Championship and US Open are more senior.
Specifically, the St. George’s Golf and Country Club was established in 1929. The course is a par 71 with 7025 yards. The RBC Canadian Open has been held there five times. Last time in 2010, Carl Pettersson was the winner. The total purse is $8.7 million.
2022 RBC Canadian Open Top Contenders
Rested Scheffler Returns to Action as Co-Favorite
First on the Official World Golf Ranking is Scottie Scheffler. Scheffler did not play in the Memorial Tournament and should be fresh mentally and physically for this weekend. Last time out for Scheffler was a second-place finish at the Charles Schwab Challenge. Of course, Scheffler beat the Golf Betting odds at the Masters Tournament, WGC Dell Technologies Match Play, and the WM Phoenix Open.
Thomas Returns from Break as Well
In like manner to Thomas is Justin Thomas coming off a break from the Golf betting Lines. Thomas is ranked sixth on the Official World Golf Ranking. He is coming off a missed cut at the Charles Schwab Challenge. Previously he was the winner of the PGA Championship tournament.
McIlroy Defends His Championship From Three Years Ago
Last time the RBC Canadian Open was held, Rory McIlroy was the winner. McIlroy is coming off an 18th place finish at The Memorial Tournament. Before that, McIlroy finished 8th at the PGA Championship, 5th at the Wells Fargo Championship, and 2nd at the Masters Tournament. Concurrently, McIlroy is 8th on the Official World Golf Ranking.
Smith Brings PLAYERS Championship Credibility
Last week Cameron Smith finished 13th at the Memorial Tournament. He is ranked 4th on the Official World Golf Ranking. Smith was 13th at the PGA Championship and 3rd at the Masters. Of course, he is best known for winning THE PLAYERS Championship earlier this season.
Shane Lowry Continues Climb
At the beginning of the year, Shane Lowry was ranked 44th on the Official World Golf Ranking. He enters this week ranked 25th. Lowry is coming off a disappointing 32nd place finish at The Memorial Tournament. And he was 23rd at the US Open. Counter to that were 3rd place finishes at the RBC Heritage and Masters Tournament.
2022 RBC Canadian Open CashBet Free Pick
In this situation, Rory McIlroy brings proven Golf Betting Lines success at the RBC Canadian Open. Also, he is in good form.
2022 RBC Canadian Open CashBet Best Bets
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