RBC Canadian Open 2017: Odds & Field for Glen Abbey

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With Jordan Spieth closing in on the World No. 1 spot following his victory at the Open Championship last weekend, Dustin Johnson will look to get back on track at the 2017 RBC Canadian Open in Ontario.

DJ put an end to his missed-cut streak at Royal Birkdale last week, and while a 54th-place finish certainly wasn’t what he was looking for, he did show signs throughout the week of returning to the dominant form we’ve seen from him the past year. And with second-place finishes in his last two trips to Glen Abbey (2013, 2015), this looks to be the perfect venue for him to fully return.

As such, it’s no surprise that oddsmakers have him as the clear favorite.

DJ’s competition is led by Matt Kuchar, whose bid at a first major came up just shy last week but is still nonetheless scintillating hot with at least a Top-16 finish in each of his last six starts. Brand Snedeker and Charley Hoffman also come in with solid form–the former with a pair of Top-15’s in a row, and the latter fresh off a T20 at the Open.

It’s not the strongest field, but there are enough compelling names at the top to make things interesting.

Here’s a complete look at the odds list, per Bovada:

2017 RBC Canadian Open Odds

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Dustin Johnson: 7/1
Matt Kuchar: 11/1
Brandt Snedeker: 22/1
Charley Hoffman: 22/1
Tony Finau: 25/1
Bubba Watson: 28/1
Jim Furyk: 33/1
Patrick Cantlay: 33/1
Chad Campbell: 40/1
Danny Lee: 40/1
Ian Poulter: 40/1
J.B. Holmes: 40/1
Kevin Chappell: 40/1
Chez Reavie: 45/1
David Lingmerth: 45/1
Ben Martin: 50/1
Graham DeLaet: 50/1
Keegan Bradley: 50/1
Scott Stallings: 50/1
Daniel Summerhays: 55/1
David Hearn: 55/1
Grayson Murray: 55/1
Patrick Rodgers: 55/1
Shane Lowry: 55/1
Gary Woodland: 66/1
Harris English: 66/1
Ollie Schniederjans: 66/1
Adam Hadwin: 70/1
Graeme McDowell: 70/1
Ricky Barnes: 75/1
Anirban Lahiri: 80/1
Cameron Tringale: 80/1
Chris Kirk: 80/1
Hudson Swafford: 80/1
James Hahn: 80/1
Smylie Kaufman: 80/1
Stewart Cink: 80/1
Sung Kang: 80/1
Trey Mullinax: 80/1
Cameron Percy: 90/1
Jason Kokrak: 90/1
Robert Garrigus: 90/1
Ryan Palmer: 90/1
Alex Cejka: 100/1
Andres Romero: 100/1
Brian Gay: 100/1
Cameron Smith: 100/1
Curtis Luck: 100/1
Geoff Ogilvy: 100/1
Kelly Kraft: 100/1
Mackenzie Hughes: 100/1
Morgan Hoffmann: 100/1
Nick Taylor: 100/1
Retief Goosen: 100/1
Ryan Blaum: 100/1
William McGirt: 100/1

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