RBC Canadian Open Betting

The prize purse up for grabs on this year’s RBC Canadian Open is enormous, in fact in total there is some $6,200,000 on offer as prize money, and as you would expect there is a very good mix of golfers who are all going to win to win a share of it!

For those of you out there who may be blissfully unaware of just where the Canadian Open is held, well it is at the Glen Abbey Golf Course and will be in play from the 26th of July through to the 29th of July 2018, so you do have plenty of time to place any well thought-out bets you may fancy placing on one or more golfers.

The best betting site out there, such as all of our showcased ones are going to be offering a whopping 7 places at one fifth of the odds on any punters each-way bets, so there is plenty of value to be had by betting each-way as well of course as betting on the golfer you think may win this major golf tournament outright.

As far as who the current favourite is  that honour does of course go to the bang in-form Dustin Johnson who you will find being offer at odds of around the 11/2 mark, so keep that in mind if you do fancy his chances of coming out on top and winning the Canadian Open this year!

Golfers worth an Each-Way Punt

With such generous odds being offered on each-way bets by many of our featured and showcased betting sites, there is some value waiting to be picked up when betting on the RBC Canadian Open as an each-way backer.

One golfer that I know will be attracting plenty of each-way support from punter is Brooks Koepka at 12/1, as to will the likes of Tommy Fleetwood and Tony Finau at 16/1, but also Bubba Watson at 18/1 and both Joaquin Niemann at 22/1 and Charley Hoffman at 25/1 too.

Bigger Outright Win Odds

As for getting much bigger winning pay-outs on either an outright winner bet or an each-way bet, you should consider backing some of the outsiders, but those that have a fair chance of winning and have the skill and capabilities of winning a tournament like this one.

With that in mind consider backing golfers such as Matt Kuchar at 28/1, Brandt Snedeker at 35/1 or even Ian Poulter at 40/1 and Byeong Hun An at 50/1, as if everything does fall their way they could at the very least make it to one of the top seven positions in the tournament.

A few other possible placed finishers in his tournament could include the likes of Gary Woodland at 50/1, Steve Stricker, Stewart Cink and Jimmy Walker who can all be backed today quite easily at odds of 66/1 or possibly look at golfers such as Bronson Burgoon for something of a speculative bet, but one that may just pay off big style at odds of 80/1!