With the British Open coming to a windy end this week, the RBC Canadian Open will tee up with some the best golfers on the PGA tour this 2015 season. While J. Furyk who placed 2nd last season attempts to win a 3rd title, J. Day will take his big game into the Glenn Abbey Golf Course, and these are not the only players who will be seeking the title this year.
Also there are other top players, some sleepers and various long shots that are all talented enough to take this title at the 2015 RBC Canadian Open played at the Glenn Abbey Golf Course in Ontario, Canada from Thursday the 23rd of July through Sunday the 26th of July 2015 . So for betting question read on for some of the talented participants.
The talented Furyk is struggling to date missing the Masters, at U.S. Open finished 42nd and at the moment is 61st at the British Open that is under way at present. In other tournaments he has had more success, as in the Memorial he was 5th, WCG Accenture 4th and at the RBC Heritage he was 1st. A previous winner of this RBC Canadian Open back in 2006 and 2007 and now seek his 3rd title.
Then we have J. Day who unlike Furyk is having a great year in the PGA with a 9th place in the U.S. Open and presently 4th and the British Open. Apart from the majors he has placed in the top 4 in five other tournaments in 2015 with a win at the FI Open back in February 2015. In this Open, Day with his long accurate drives should be able to keep his shots down at this very manageable course and be a contender for the title.
Then we have a couple of Sleepers in G. Castano and R. Palmer. Castano is ranked 293rd on the PGA tour with 1 top 20 finish this season with a 16th in the Bryon Nelson AT & T event. But he can be heard as he was tied for 4th in 2014 at this tournament with an 11 under par. With the normal shallow fairways that can be an asset to Castano and help him climb up and stay with the leaders. For Palmer who has 2 top 5 and 4 top 10 finishes this season, this course his perfect for him to post a victory, as his statistics support a big win at this Golf Course Glenn Abbey as he ranks 12th in drives with distances averaging 304 yards, then 5th at 69-8 scoring average and 16th in strokes from tee to the green in 2015.
Then we have a couple of long shots in E. Els and R. Goosen whom both are from South Africa who could with this Open who would have to pay if they won this tournament. Els who is 45 has past his prime, but when he finds his game he can tear to victory, as he did last season when he was 5th at Barclays and 7th at the PGA, and last year in this Open he was 8th at 8 under and 272. His 1 top 20 this season was at the Arnold Palmer Tournament last March 2015.
At for those that Bet on Golf at SBG Global or similar sites be sure and not overlook R. Goosen as a long shot, as even as he missed 3 consecutive cutes at the St. Jude, the U.S. and the JD Classic he is still ranked at number 10 in the British Open at present and moving into the 3rd round he is at 272 and 8 under par. This surge at that tournament could bring about a good performance at Glenn Abbey.
However, the media experts are picking J. Day to be victorious at this RBC Canadian Open.