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posted in 26.07.18
Canadian Open RBC 2018: Amazing choices from a model predicted by Tiger Woods British Open
Canadian Open RBC 2018: Amazing choices from a model predicted by Tiger Woods British Open
History is at stake in the RBC Canadian Open 2018, where Jhonattan Vegas is trying to become the first golfer since 2011 to win the same event three times in a row. He will compete with a challenge tournament at the 2006 Canada World Cup, which includes the world's best player, Dustin Johnson, 12-1 favorite. Nine of the golfers are likely to open 30-1 of the Canadian Open or lower, including two outstanding champions, Brooks Copka (25-2), Sergio Garcia (30-1) and Boba Watson (21-1). Before making your choices at the 2018 RBC or participating in a fantasy daily tournament at FanDuel or DraftKings, you need to know what SportsLine expects.

The patented SportsLine golfing model, built by DFS predictor Mike McClure, called four of the last seven major races over the weekend, including Patrick Reed's victory at the Masters. 2018.

McClure also saw the stunning Tiger Woods in the 2018 England Open, saying it was his best chance to compete this year. Woods has not managed to reach the top ten in the Grand Prix since 2013, but he kept the lead in the British Open and finished sixth.

Amazing choice of RBC Canadian Open 2018: Ian Poulter, long shot 40-1, marks a serious start to the title.

Poulter missed the stoppage of the British Open last week, but ended the first 25 games in five of his previous six games, including winning the Houston Open. Glen Abby played well last year, throwing four rounds under 70 on his way to a superb pair of 20 under equal and third. It's a great value to do for RBC Canadian Open 2018.

Another scandal: Brooks Copka, defending champion in the United States. UU. , Does not end up among the first three, although Vegas gives the second best odds in the whole Canadian field of 2018 RBC Open.

Koepka fell out of the competition in the British Open with a third round of 75, and finally settled in the 39th position after he was in pursuit of the weekend. He played this tournament only once in his career in 2015, at the 18th place. Despite his previous achievements, there are many better values ​​than those at the Canadian Open (RBC) 25-2.

The model also identified four people who slept with 30-1 or more who were willing to undertake a serious mission to obtain the title. Anyone who supports these vulnerable can hit a great time.

So who will win the 2018 Canadian RBC? And what are the long shots in the golf world? Take a look at the difficulties below and visit SportsLine now to watch the full Canadian RBC qualifying table for four of the last seven major races on the weekend and about the sudden Tiger Woods in the British Open.

Dustin Johnson 15-2
Brooks, Quebec, 25-2
Tommy Fleetwood 17-1
Bupa Watson 21-1
Tony Fiano 22-1
Charlie Hoffman 30-1
Kevin Keisner 30-1
Matt Kochar 30-1
Sergio Garcia 30-1
Shyson Hadley 40-1
Ian Poulter 40-1
Jhonattan Vegas 40-1
Beau Hossler 45-1
Billy Horchell 45-1
Pyeong-Hun Ann 45-1
Derek Fattauer 45-1
Fabian Gomes 45-1
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