FREE RBS CANADIAN OPEN GOLF PICKS

The Glen Abbey course, scene of this weeks RBC Canadian Open, playing at 7,222 yards long and designed by Jack Niclaus does not really favour any particular type of player over the other. The course is average length with treelined fairways and small very undulating slick (11.5) greens that are guarded by deep bunkers mean that the premium is on accurate iron play and good positioning off the tee with the ability to read slopey greens.

FREE PGA tour golf picks - RBC Canadian Open:

-1.5pts E/W Mike Weir @ 18/1 (bet365) Home advantage and great record on the Glen Abbey course

-0.75pts E/W Steve Marino @ 33/1 (general) Great forn last week and Nooone made more birdies at the RBC Canadian Open last year than Marino. Will get breakthrough win soon.

-0.5pts E/W Jason Day @ 66/1 (betfred) Talented Aussie found some form last time out with a tie for 15th and big price on this course.

-0.5pts E/W John Mallinger @ 50/1(Stanjames) Coming fresh off a playoff loss last week, has the form and the appetite to make a good run at it. Has 4 top 6 finishes this year already so good EW value.

-0.5pts E/W Daniel Chopra @ 80/1 (stanjames) Tends to play well on courses with these types of greens and coming off the back of a top 10
edited @ 16:45 tue 21st july 2009

-0.5pte E/W Pat Perez 2nd round leader @ 66/1 - Perez just coming into form, course could suit and capable of going low early on
edited @ 10:12 tue 22st july 2009

RBC CANADIAN OPEN: Tournament match betting

-3pts Jason Day win vs Bryce Molder @ 10/11 (bet365)Molder may be suffering from burnout after recent developments, Day is a sneaky pick to do really well this week.

-3pts John Mallinger win vs Bo van Pelt @ 10/11 (general) On form Mallinger can smell victory while elated Van Pelt had a very busy week after beating Mallinger in last weeks playoff.
updated @ 11:30 23rd july 09


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