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posted in 25.07.18
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DASTON JOHNSON will try to recover from a poor performance at the Scottish Open last weekend as the most powerful favorite for 650 dirhams against the Canadian Open RBC 2018 in betting companies run by OddsShark.com.

Johnson had a series of three consecutive final games in the top 10 races that were suspended last weekend in Scotland, where he failed to make the cut for the third time in his last seven major tournaments. However, it is still at the top of the world ranking of golf in the 108th edition of the Canadian Open at Glen Abbey Golf Course in Oakville, Ontario.

The 34-year-old leads a strong field with the US Open twice. UU. Brooks Koepka, who ranks second after Johnson in the prospects of the Canadian Open in +1100, as well as Masters twice Bubba Watson and Sergio Garcia, who won his first green shield in Augusta in 2017.

A pair of rising stars complete the odds, with Tommy Fleetwood joining Tony Fiano in +1600. Fleetwood followed second place in the US Open as a 4000 bet with 12 points at the end of the Open, but he did not win this season. Vino finished a stroke before Fleetwood in Carnoustie in a 10000 bahrain, and launched four rounds below the 70 level to register fifth in the Canadian Open last year.

Watson is tied to +2000 in the golf, before Garcia, who joins Charley Hoffman and Matt Kuchar at +2500. It was the campaign of the Watson roller coaster. The 39-year-old added three victories to the PGA tour this year, including winning the 2800th, but missed last weekend in Scotland and last month at the Open. United State.

Garcia started the season strongly, scoring the best 10 results in three of his first four games, but has struggled ever since, failing to cut six of the last seven games, including all three major teams this year.

While Garcia seeks to rediscover his game, Jhonattan Vegas aims to make history the first golfer to win three consecutive Canadian Open titles, while he has a strength of +6600. He also suffered from a difficult season, scoring only 10 out of 21 games in the round, but he threw 67 games or better in four of his last eight rounds at Glen Abbey.

Adam Hadwin is considered the best Canadians in terms of the chances of winning the Canadian Open, along with Las Vegas at 6600, well ahead of McKinsey Hughes, Connie Connors and David Hearn at +15000, while 2003 Masters champion Mike Ware is behind +50000.
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