The 2021-22 PGA TOUR continues its march, with the 2022 RBC Canadian Open coming right up. That means a trip north of the border for many of the best players in the world will be able to play in this event for the first time since 2019, with the 2020 and 2021 editions scraped because of the pandemic. With that said, let’s check out some of the favorites, sleepers, and long shots.
Betting Preview for the 2022 RBC Canadian Open PGA Golf Tournament Running from June 9 to 12, 2022
Where: St. George’s G&CC, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
When: June 9 to 12, 2022
Lines: View all 2022 RBC Canadian Open lines
TV Broadcast: GOLFTV
Scottie Scheffler (+900)
After cooling off with a missed cut at the 2022 PGA Champion, Scheffler bounced back with a second-place finish at the 2022 Charles Schwab Challenge. It looks like he’s ready to build another fantastic run, which isn’t a stretch to imagine, given the fact that he has four wins already this season to go with eight top 10s in 17 starts.
Justin Thomas (+1000)
Speaking of cooling off, Thomas went from winning the 2022 PGA Championship to missing the cut at the 2022 Charles Schwab Challenge, though, that’s really nothing to worry about. For one, he has eight top 10s in 14 starts this season.
Rory McIlroy (+1000)
It’s not a surprise at all that McIlroy is a favorite. Even though he failed to crack the top 10 in his most recent start, having finished with a T18 at the 2022 Memorial Tournament presented by Workday, he is still 4 of 4 in his past four starts with three top 10s in that stretch. And of course, it needs to be mentioned that he won this tournament in 2019.
Justin Rose (+5000)
Here’s what we said about Justin Rose in our 2022 RBC Canadian Open sleepers preview:
Sure, Rose missed the 2022 Charles Schwab Challenge, but at his current price, he’s someone that has tantalizing value. He’s made the top 10 in just an event this season and is 9 of 13 so far, but he seems to be on an upswing, having gone 2 of 3 in his last three with a couple of top 15s in that span. Rose’s best finish this season remains his T6 at the 2022 Farmers Insurance Open. At the recent 2022 PGA Championship, Rose went with a T13.
Chris Kirk (+4500)
Here’s what we said about Chris Kirk in our 2022 RBC Canadian Open sleepers preview:
Kirk was just a T53 last weekend at the 2022 Memorial Tournament presented by Workday, but that has also extended his streak to three made cuts. Prior to that, he had a T5 at the 2022 PGA Championship and a T15 at the Charles Schwab Challenge. Overall in his PGA Tour career, Kirk has four victories and five runner-up finishes.
Martin Trainer (odds)
Trainer has made 23 starts already this season but has only made the cut eight times. He had a couple of top 10s though and is a 1-time winner (2019 Puerto Rico Open) in his PGA TOUR career.
Johnson Wagner (odds)
Wagner is coming off back-to-back missed cuts in his last two starts. He is only 2 of 4 this season but has three career PGA TOUR victories.
Scottie Scheffler wins the 2022 RBC Canadian Open.
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