The 2015 PGA Tour heads back to Glen Abbey this week just days after a longer than average British Open due to weather. This might be something to consider when it comes to picking golfers to win this week. This is really a quick turnaround for players who made the cut in Scotland as they have only had a couple days to recoup and adjust back to the time change. We noticed many players who played well at the US Open did not exactly bring it the following week.
Favorite to win like Furyk and Day are back from a long week. And Graham DeLaet who has been playing his best lately also played until Monday. An interesting note about DeLaet is that he has never made the cut for the Canadian Open at Glen Abbey but sportsbooks feel he may have a shot at it this year giving him odds of 33.00. Day is a clear favorite at 8.50 to win the Championship followed by Bubba Watson 14.00 and Jim Furyk 16.00. Watson might be an interesting pick in this event as he really tends to bounce back after missing a cut at a major. He went on to dominate the Travellers event the week after he got cut from the US Open. And after missing the cut in Scotland, he may be out for the same sort of redemption once again.
This tournament can really be won by anyone in the field. It doesn't play long or short, instead it favors those players with great approach accuracy off the tee and on the fairway. Younger guys like Kevin Chappell (50.00), Tony Finau (40.00), and Brooks Koepka (22.00) who make cuts and have good momentum coming into this event should do well and have great odds.
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