2 The Englishman who favored St. George

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2022 RBC Canadian Open odds

golfer Prospect
Scotty Scheffler +850
Justin Thomas +900
Rory McIlroy +950
Cameron Smith +1200
Sam Burns +1400
Corey Connors +1600
Shane Lowry +1700
Matthew Fitzpatrick +1800
Tony Vino +2500
Terrell Hutton +2800
Harold Varner III +3300
Adam Hadwin +4500
Patrick Reed +4500
Sebastian Munoz +4500
Chris Kirk +5000
Jonathan Vegas +5000
Justin Rose +5000
Keith Mitchell +5000
Brendon Todd +6600
true thigala +6600
Cheng Cong Pan +7000
Mackenzie Hughes +7000
Cameron Champ +8000
Patrick Rodgers +8000
Rasmus Hoggard +8000
Aaron Ray +10000
Adam Long +10000
David Lipsky +10000
Doug Game +10000
Dylan Fritelli +10000
Emiliano Grillo +10000
JJ Spoon +10000
Matt Wallace +10000
Nick Hardy +10000
Pat Perez +10000
Alex Smalley +12500
Danny Willett +12500
Dean Burmester +12500
JT Boston +12500
Mark Hubbard +12500
Nick Taylor +12500
Rory Sabbatini +12500
Stefan Geiger +12500
Tyler Duncan +12500
Adam Shenk +15000
Adam Svenson +15000
Austin Smotherman +15000
Brandon Wu +15000
Hank Leboda +15000
john huh +15000
Martin Laird +15000
Matthias Schwab +15000
Grayson Sieg +17500
Nate Lashley +17500
Ben Martin +20000
Brandt Snicker +20000
Carlos Ortiz +20000
Harry Higgs +20000
Joseph Bramlet +20000
Kramer Hickok +20000
Lee Hodges +20000
Luke Donald +20000
Ryan Armor +20000
Scott Percy +20000
Wyndham Clark +20000
Andrew Novak +25000
Brian Steward +25000
Calum Taryn +25000
Charlie Hoffman +25000
Chase Sievert +25000
Christopher Gotrop +25000
Danny Lee +25000
Hayden Buckley +25000
Michael Glejcic +25000
Peter Malnate +25000
Rafael Cabrera Bello +25000
Ryan Moore +25000
Sam Ryder +25000
Tree Moulinex +25000
Vincent Willie +25000
Aaron Cockrell +30000
Brice Garnett +30000
Justin Lauer +30000
Robert Streep +30000
Roger Sloan +30000
Song Kang +30000
Wesley Brian +30000
dead +30000
Dylan Wu +35000
Henrik Norlander +35000
Jonathan Bird +35000
Paul Bargon +35000
Satoshi Kodera +35000
Scott Gotchevsky +35000
von taylor +35000
Alpine Choi +40000
Austin Cook +40000
Ben Kohlis +40000
Bill Haas +40000
Brandon Hagee +40000
Curtis Thompson +40000
David Lingmirth +40000
David Skinnes +40000
Jared Wolf +40000
Kelly Craft +40000
Max McGreevy +40000
Sangmun bae +40000
Scott Brown +40000
Sean O’Hare +40000
Trevor Werbell +40000
Bo Hogg +50000
Bo Van Pelt +50000
Brett Druitt +50000
Callum Davison +50000
Cameron Percy +50000
Camilo Villegas +50000
David Hearn +50000
Dawei van der Walt +50000
Greg Chalmers +50000
Jason Dufner +50000
Jim Hermann +50000
Jim Knoss +50000
Joshua Creel +50000
Mark Hensby +50000
Martin Trainer +50000
Miles Creighton +50000
Nick Watney +50000
Robert Garrigues +50000
Seth Reeves +50000
Seong Yeol Noh +50000
Ye Kao +50000
Jared de tweets +75000
Mike Weir +75000
Ben Crane +100000
Brendan Leonard +100000
Darren Andrew Points +100000
Johnny Traval +100000
Johnson Wagner +100000
Jonas Blixt +100000
Joseph Dirani +100000
Max Siculic +100000
Richard S. Johnson +100000
Ricky Barnes +100000
Stuart MacDonald +100000
Tommy Jenny +100000
Wes Heffernan +100000
William Poole +100000
Kevin Stadler +100000
Brian Davis +100000
John Merrick +100000

The PGA Tour is headed to Toronto for the RBC Canadian Open to finally stop before the third major tournament of the season. This will be the first time the Canadian Open has been held since 2019.

The fan experience should be special this week as the tournament will feature “horizon seats” 100 feet above the field and overlooking the 1st and 18th slots.

St. George’s Golf and Country Club is 70 bars in size and has 7,014 yards and features bentgrass greens. The cycle is a tree lined layout with three fives and fives shapes.

The RBC Canadian Open will host 156 golfers this week. Five of the world’s top 10 golfers will be playing it this week. Notable players include Scotty Scheffler, Justin Thomas, Cameron Smith, Rory McIlroy, Shane Lowry, Matt Fitzpatrick and Sam Burns.

Previous winners of the RBC Canadian Open

  • 2019: Rory McIlroy (-22)
  • 2018: Dustin Johnson (-23)
  • 2017: Jonathan Vegas (-21)
  • 2016: Jonathan Vegas (-12)
  • 2010: Carl Peterson (-14) *

* The last time this event was held in St. George.

Five key stats for St. George

Let’s take a look at six major scales of the St. George’s scale To determine which golfers boast the highest marks in each class over the last 24 rounds.

1. Acquired Strokes: Approach

The best measure to start with is Strokes Gained: Approach. Proficiency in iron playing is a requirement anywhere, and this statistic will help target the most popular golfers. In addition, St. George features a great deal of false fronts which makes iron play even more important.

Strokes gained: Approach more than 24 rounds

  1. Scotty Scheffler (+25.8) (+900)
  2. Shane Lowry (+24.5) (+2000)
  3. Cameron Smith (+22.9) (+1400)
  4. Rory McIlroy (+18.8) (+1000)
  5. Sam Burns (+17.2) (+1400)

2. Acquisition of strokes: off the tee

The walkways in St. George are narrow and lined with trees. Golfers with the ability to hit the ball straight and long have an advantage this week.

Hit Earned: Off the tee for the past 24 rounds

  1. Rory McIlroy (+19.3) (+1000)
  2. Corey Connors (+18.0) (+2200)
  3. Matt Fitzpatrick (+15.5) (+2000)
  4. Camchamp (+15.1) (+13,000)
  5. Tony Vino (+14.6) (+2500)

3. Paragraph 3: 200-225

Four of five Par 3’s at St. George range from 200 to 225 yards and should play as some of the toughest holes on the track.

Value 3: 200-225 over the previous 24 rounds:

  1. von taylor (+9.6) (+25000)
  2. Brian Steward (+5.2) (+25000)
  3. Matt Fitzpatrick (+4.6) (+2000)
  4. CT . frying pan (+3.7) (+8000)
  5. Patrick Reed (+3.6) (+4500)

4. Strokes Earned: Total (70 bar under 7,200 yards)

Golfers who play Well Bar 70 Luxor should have an advantage in St. George’s.

Strokes Gained: Total (70 feet under 7,200 yards) over 24 rounds

  1. Justin Rose (+32.0) (+5000)
  2. Rory McIlroy (+31.2) (+1000)
  3. Mackenzie Hughes (+27.9) (+7000)
  4. Corey Connors (+27.1) (+2200)
  5. Harold Varner III (+27.0) (+3500)

5. Acquisition of Strokes: Multiplication (Pentgrass)

The PGA Tour has been playing in courses featuring Bentgrass greens in recent weeks, so this statistic will give us a good idea of ​​who’s feeling it with the paddle.

Hit earned: (Pentgrass) mode over the past 24 rounds

  1. Rory McIlroy (+19.4) (+1000)
  2. Johnson Wagner (+17.7) (+100000)
  3. Keith Mitchell (+17.5) (+5000)
  4. Mackenzie Hughes (+17.2) (+7000)
  5. Justin Rose (+16.5) (+5000)

RBC Canadian Open Model Rankings

Below, I have compiled overall model ratings using a combination of the five main statistical categories discussed earlier – SG: Approach (27%), SG: OTT (22%), Par 3: 200-225 (11%), Strokes Gained : short total equal to 70 (21.6%), SG: bentgrass mode (18%).

  1. Rory McIlroy (+1000)
  2. Scotty Scheffler (+900)
  3. Shane Lowry (+2000)
  4. CT . frying pan (+8000)
  5. Matt Fitzpatrick (+2000)
  6. Corey Connors (+2000)
  7. Keith Mitchell (+5000)
  8. Justin Rose (+5000)
  9. Chris Kirk (+4500)
  10. Terrell Hutton (+2800)

2022 RBC Canadian Open Best Bets

Matt Fitzpatrick +2000

Last week, Matt Fitzpatrick missed the number cut at the memorial. Some people may see the dreaded “MC” when checking its last form and get scared, but not all missed wounds can be treated the same way.

In Fitzpatrick’s case, a very abnormal situation was responsible for his uncharacteristically short week. The Englishman lost 7.6 strokes in two rounds, making him the worst performance of his career (in just two rounds!). There were no issues with the rest of the game, taking a 6.5 hit from a tee to the green.

Prior to the memorial, Fitzpatrick had been playing golf excellently. In his past 10 starts, the 27-year-old has had seven top 15 appearances. Plus, it was the last time Fitz missed a cut at RBC Heritage. He went on to finish second at Wells Fargo the following week.

St. George’s Park should be a perfect fit for Fitzpatrick. Accuracy will be critical on this golf course, both off the tee and on approach. Fairways are tree-lined and narrow, the kind of setting that Fitzpatrick thrived on throughout his career. In his past 24 runs, he has ranked third in Strokes Gained: Off the Tee and has the perfect combination of distance and accuracy to make this track more manageable.

It’s no secret that Fitzpatrick had a hard time winning the PGA Tour. Leaving the United States for an event north of the border is probably exactly what he needs to get over the hump.

Terrell Hutton +2800

Before taking off last week, Terrell Hutton put on a solid display in the PGA Championship. He finished 13th and had a 3.6 stroke on the approach. Iron play has been strong for the England player this season, as he has earned close-kicks in five of his past six calculated events and is 15th on the field in his past 24 rounds.

A challenging garden style path should be the perfect fit for Hatton. He’s not one of the tallest players out of the shirt, so the fact that he can step back and still be successful at St. George may come up somewhat on the field.

The course probably couldn’t be beat, and his grinding mentality would undoubtedly bode well. Hatton ranks seventh on the field at Par 3:200-225, and he should be able to gain an advantage on the field on those tricky holes.

Hutton has not won the PGA Tour since March 2020, but has been a fairly prolific winner worldwide with seven combined wins on the DP World Tour and the PGA Tour. With five of the past six Canadian Open champions not being American, this looks like a good chance for him to get back into the winners circle.

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