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RBC Canadian Open 2024 picks to win, PGA Tour predictions, odds

RBC Canadian Open 2024 picks to win, PGA Tour predictions, odds

After a week in the Lone Star State, the PGA Tour is north of the border for the 2024 RBC Canadian Open at Hamilton Golf & Country Club in Hamilton, Ontario. Although Canadian Nick Taylor is the defending champion, the last time this event was held at HGCC, world No. 2 Rory McIlroy won by seven shots thanks to a final-round 9-under 61.

McIlroy, coming off a T-12 performance at the PGA Championship, won the Zurich Classic and Wells Fargo Championship in back-to-back starts earlier this season. Taylor, on the other hand, missed the cut at Valhalla Golf Club two weeks ago.

McIlroy and Taylor are joined in the field by Tommy Fleetwood, Sahith Theegala, Shane Lowry, Sam Burns, Cameron Young and Adam Scott, among others.

Golf course

Hamilton Golf & Country Club | Par 70 | 7,084 yards

Rory McIlroy poses with the trophy after winning the 2019 RBC Canadian Open golf tournament at Hamilton Golf & Country Club. Mandatory Credit: Eric Bolte-USA TODAY Sports

2019 leaderboard

Position Player Score
1st Rory McIlroy 22 under
T-2 Shane Lowry 15 under
T-2 Webb Simpson 15 under
T-4 Brandt Snedeker 13 under
T-4 Matt Kuchar 13 under
6th Adam Hadwin 12 under
7th Sungjae Im 11 under
T-8 Graeme McDowell 10 under
T-8 Henrik Stenson 10 under
T-8 Danny Willett 10 under

Betting odds

Player Odds Player Odds
Rory McIlroy +360 Tom Kim +3500
Tommy Fleetwood +1600 Mackenzie Hughes +3500
Sahith Theegala +1800 Keith Mitchell +3500
Shane Lowry +2200 Aaron Rai +3500
Sam Burns +2200 Erik van Rooyen +4500
Corey Conners +2200 Davis Thompson +4500
Cameron Young +2200 Akshay Bhatia +4500
Alex Noren +2200 Taylor Pendrith +5000
Maverick McNealy +3000 Adam Hadwin +5000
Adam Scott +3000 Nick Taylor +6000
Odds from DraftKings

Picks to win

Rory McIlroy puts on a Kyle Lowry No. 7 Toronto Raptors jersey after winning the 2019 RBC Canadian Open at Hamilton Golf & Country Club. Photo: Eric Bolte/USA TODAY Sports

Obviously, don’t love the odds here — in Scottie Scheffler territory — but McIlroy dominated at this golf course five years ago and is playing great golf at the moment.

He also loves this golf tournament, winning it again in 2022.

Simple pick, doesn’t need a long explanation.

Shane Lowry reacts after hitting a 62 during the third round of the PGA Championship golf tournament at Valhalla Golf Club. Mandatory Credit: Adam Cairns-USA TODAY Sports

Lowry finished in a tie for second behind McIlroy at Hamilton in 2019 and is coming off a great T-6 performance at the PGA Championship two weeks ago. If he can get the putter going…


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