2022 RBC Canadian Open odds, live: Surprising PGA picks, predictions from models across 8 majors

Rory McIlroy will rewrite history by winning the 2022 RBC Canadian Open on Thursday, June 9. McIlroy, the defending champion of the event, will become the seventh player to successfully defend his title to win at St. George’s Golf and Country Club. McIlroy is part of the 2022 RBC Canadian Open field, which also includes major champions Scottie Scheffler, Justin Thomas, Sean Lowry and Patrick Reed.

According to the latest 2022 RBC Canadian Open odds provided by Caesars Sportsbook, world No. 1 Scheffler enters this week’s event with an 8-1 advantage. On the PGA odds board, they are followed by McIlroy (9-1), Thomas (9-1), Sam Burns (12-1) and Cameron Smith (12-1). Before you lock in your 2022 RBC Canadian Open picks, be sure to check out PGA Tour predictions and betting advice from SportsLine’s proven golf models.

SportsLine’s proprietary model, created by DFS pro Mike McClure, has been in demand since the PGA Tour resumed in June 2020. In fact, its best bet has been over $9,500 since then, winning game after game.

McClure’s models include Justin Thomas’ best bet to win the 2022 PGA Championship. That bet hit +1600, and McClure’s best bet returned nearly $800 throughout the tournament. At the 2022 Masters, McClure’s role model is Scottie Scheffler’s first career major title before the weekend.

Additionally, McClure’s best bet includes a straight win for Colin Morikawa at the 2021 Open, even though he’s listed as a huge 40-1 long shot. The scene of Jon Rahm (10-1) winning his first career major at the 2021 U.S. Open is also modeled. Going into the weekend, Rumbai was two shots behind the lead, but the model still thought he was the winner.

The same pattern locks in eight majors heading into the weekend. Anyone who followed it saw huge returns.

Now that the RBC Canadian Open 2022 (see tickets on StubHub) is locked, SportsLine has simulated the match 10,000 times with surprising results. Head over to SportsLine now to see projected leaderboards.

Top 2022 RBC Canadian Open Predictions

A big surprise for the model’s call at the 2022 RBC Canadian Open: Sam Burns, three-time Tour winner this season and one of the favorites in Las Vegas, stumbled this week, barely making it into the top 10 name. Burns is coming off a Charles Schwab Challenge win, his second win in the past six starts.

However, Burns has been inconsistent in recent weeks, failing to make the cut in two of his last five games. Also, Burns has had issues with his accuracy this season, ranking 111th in driving accuracy (59.77), which doesn’t bode well for his chances of winning this week. He’s not a good candidate to win it all and has a better value in the RBC Canadian Open 2022 field.

Another surprise: Tyrrell Hatton, 28-1 from long range, has a strong run for the title. His chances of winning it all are much better than his odds would suggest, so he’s a target for anyone looking for a huge payday.

To do well at St. George’s, players need to putt constantly, and few do it better than Hatton. In fact, the 30-year-old entered the 2022 RBC Canadian Open with the second-most hits: putts (.991), third-best putts average (1.689), and total putts (89.0) 5th and 7th in overall putt average (1.544). These impressive numbers, combined with his high odds, make him a strong value pick for your betting on the 2022 RBC Canadian Open.

How to Make the 2022 RBC Canadian Open Picks

The model is also targeting two other golfers with odds of 20-1 or better who will be big on the title. Anyone who backs these long shots can hit the ground running. You can only view this model’s 2022 RBC Canadian Open picks here.

So who will win the 2022 RBC Canadian Open? Which distance shots shocked the golf world? Check out the 2022 RBC Canadian Open odds below, then visit SportsLine to see the projected 2022 RBC Canadian Open leaderboards, all from eight golf majors including this year’s Masters.

2022 RBC Canadian Open odds, live

Scotty Schaeffler +800
Justin Thomas +900
Rory McIlroy +900
Sam Burns +1200
Cameron Smith +1200
Matt Fitzpatrick +1800
Sean Lowry +1800
Corey Connors+2000
Tony Furnau +2500
Tyrael Hatton +2800
Adam Hadwin +3500
Harold Varner+3500
Sebastian Munoz +4000
Keith Mitchell +4500
Chris Kirk +4500
Patrick Reed +4500
Sahith Theegala +4500
Justin Rose +5000
Mackenzie Hughes +5000
Jonathan Vegas +5000
CT disk+5000
Brendon Todd +6500
Cameron Champion +6500
Matt Wallace+6500
Pat Perez +8000
Patrick Rogers +8000
Rasmus Hogard +8000
David Lipsky +9000
Adam Dragon+10000
JJ Spaun +10000
Dylan Fritley +10000
Nick Taylor+10000
Stephen Jaeger+10000
Aaron Lai+10000
Alex Smalley +12500
Mark Hubbard +12500
JT Boston+12500
Tyler Duncan +12500
Doug Jim +12500
Emiliano Grillo +12500
Mathias Schwab +12500
Adam Swenson +12500
Dean Burmeister +12500
Hank Lebioda +15000
Scott Piercy +15000
Adam Schenk +15000
Ryan Armor+15000
Nick Hardy +15000
Danny Willett +15000
Nate Lashley +15000
Brandon Wu+15000
Martin Laird +15000
John Hu +15000
Carlos Ortiz +15000
Kevin Chappell+15000
Grayson Hick +15000
Austin Smotherman +15000
Rory Sabatini+15000
Clark Wyndham Hotel +15000
Joseph Bramlett +20000
Brant Snedek +20000
Kramer Hickok +20000
Lee Hodges+20000
Cameron Percy +20000
Luke Donald+20000
Ben Martin+20000
Trey Mullinax +20000
Harry Higgs +20000
Peter Marnati +20000
Vince Wiley+20000
Bryce Garnett+20000
Ryan Moore+20000
Charlie Hoffman +20000
Wesley Bryan +25000
Chris Gotrup +25000
Wu Dylan+25000
Sam Ryder+25000
Andrew Novak +25000
Song Kang+25000
Sean O’Hare +25000
Rafa Cabrera Bello +25000
Brian Steward +25000
Xiaoping Cong+25000
Chase Seifert+25000
Danny Lee+25000
Callum Taron +25000
Vaughan Taylor +25000
Scott Gutschewski +30000
Justin Lowe+30000
Henrik Noland +30000
Bill Haas +30000
Aaron Cockrill +30000
Paul Baron+30000
Jonathan Bird +30000
Scott Brown +30000
Ben Coles+30000
Roger Sloan+30000
Trevor Verbillo +30000
Austin Cook +30000
Robert Streb +30000
Hayden Buckley +30000

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