The 2022 RBC Canadian Open will be the PGA Tour's final stop before the third major. 

Rory McIlroy (2019) is the reigning champion due to the COVID-19 epidemic. As the penultimate tune-up before the U.S. Open, the 2022 RBC Canadian Open will be held. 

Scottie Scheffler is 8-1 in 2022 RBC Canadian Open odds at Caesars Sportsbook.

McIlroy and Thomas are both 9-1. Sam Burns (12-1) and Cameron Smith (12-1) should also contend in 2022. Before making your 2022 RBC Canadian Open picks, consult SportsLine's proven golf model.

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SportsLine simulated the RBC Canadian Open 2022 10,000 times and found startling results.

Predictions for 2022 RBC Canadian Open


Sam Burns, a three-time winner on tour this season and a Vegas favourite, falls this week and just cracks the top 10. Burns won the Charles Schwab Challenge, his second in six starts.

In his last five events, Burns has missed the cut twice. Burns ranks 111th in driving accuracy (59.77), which hurts his chances of winning this week. There are stronger RBC Canadian Open 2022 picks than him.

Chris Kirk, a 45-1 long shot, makes a title run. He has a better chance of winning than his odds suggest, thus he's a target for big bettors. Kirk isn't a household name on the PGA Tour, but he's been performing well.

His last two top-five finishes were at Bay Hill and Southern Hills, the latter being his best major championship finish.

Kirk is one of the most consistent players in the world, therefore this pricing is fair. He's fifth in strokes gained around the green, which suits this course.