This year’s RBC Canadian Open will take place Thursday, June 8 through Sunday, June 11 at Oakdale Golf & Country Club in Toronto, Ontario. View updated Canadian Open odds below. Rory McIlroy edged past Justin Thomas and Tony Finau to pick up his second career RBC Canadian Open win last year, and will return to defend his title. McIlroy is the favorite to win the Canadian Open at +400. Below we will provide a betting guide for the 2023 contest, which will include the RBC Canadian Open odds as soon as they are posted by top sportsbooks.
CANADIAN OPEN ODDS
RBC Canadian Open odds have been posted by top sportsbooks. View 2023 RBC Canadian Open betting odds for every golfer in the field. Also be sure to check out the best sports betting apps available.
The field for the 2023 RBC Canadian Open will be officially announced on Friday, June 5. Until then, here are the odds for John Haslbauer’s projected favorites a month out from the event.
- Rory McIlroy +600
- Justin Thomas +900
- Tony Finau +1200
- Sam Burns +1800
- Matt Fitzpatrick +1800
RBC CANADIAN OPEN BETTING HISTORY AND COURSE TRENDS
Oakdale Golf & Country Club is poised to make its debut hosting a PGA TOUR event in 2023, as the Toronto course was recently added to the RBC Canadian Open rota for 2023 and 2026. While we have not seen tournament play at Oakdale before, the routing for the 2023 RBC Canadian Open is expected to play to a 7,387 yard par-71. With a tight, treelined design and unique layout which features five par-4s under 400 yards, we can project that this event will reward accurate players and neutralize the advantage from longer hitters in the field.
In the absence of Course History, the top-5 players in terms of event history at the RBC Canadian Open are Dustin Johnson, Shane Lowry, Tim Clark, Keegan Bradley, and Matt Kuchar. With the event rotating across dramatically different venues each year, it’s difficult to draw any meaningful trends from event history.
ST. GEORGE’S GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB COURSE SPECS
- Yards: 7,264
- Par: 71 (3x 3s / 12x 4s / 3x 5s)
- Greens: Bentgrass & Poa Blend
- Green Size: Below Average
- Rough: 4-6″ Bentgrass (Very long)
- Fairway Width: Tight, Narrow
- Architect: Stanley Thompson & Robbie Robinson
- Comp Courses: St. George’s G&CC, Sedgefield CC, Colonial CC, Innisbrook Resort, Harbour Town, Detroit GC, TPC Boston, TPC Deere Run, TPC River Highlands
- Hole-by-hole Breakdown:
RBC Canadian Open Betting History
The favorites have won the RBC Canadian Open in four of its last six installments, producing a winner at 10-1 or shorter odds in each of those instances. With that said, Jhonattan Vegas and Tim Clark have combined for three surprise wins at 66-1 odds or longer of the last 10 years as well. Positioned one week prior to the U.S. Open, it’s fair to question the motivations of the elite players in this field and back some longshots when considering 2023 RBC Canadian Open betting.
The below table tracks consensus pre-tournament outright odds for the last 10 winners of the RBC Canadian Open.
|Year||Winner||Pre-Tournament Odds||Winning Score||Field Median Score|
How to bet the RBC Canadian Open
Betting on the RBC Canadian Open this year is simple. Simply sign up at one of the top sportsbooks mentioned above. On the left-hand side of most betting apps you will see “Golf odds” or “PGA odds.” By clicking on that tab you will see odds for all of the upcoming tournaments and golf majors.
Once in the golf section of the betting site you’re using, you will see different Canadian Open betting markets. These include Tournament Winner, Top 20 finish, Top 30 finish, Top 40 finish and Round Finishing Position. Canadian Open props will include Double Chance or Triple Chance options, hole in one and winning margin.