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Expert PGA Betting Picks: Canadian Open

Look, predicting a pre-tournament winner in golf isn’t easy. While it’s true sports bettors can find fantastic value, it’s incredibly frustrating when one of your picks doesn’t even make the cut. That’s why I’m here to help.

Every week I’ll highlight three golfers who have a good chance to win the hardware for the upcoming weekend. This week it’s the Canadian Open.

For a full breakdown of the tournament, click here.

Odds courtesy of Bovada.

Tony Finau (+2200)

Finau isn’t a household name on the PGA Tour yet, but his time is coming. The American has four top-20s in his last eight events and is coming off a T-27 finish at the Open Championship, so he’s in fantastic form right now. As far as the price goes, the +2200 number is a bit puzzling for me but I’m more than happy to take the value.

Graham DeLaet (+4500)

A Canadian hasn’t won the Canadian Open since 1954 when Pat Fletcher accomplished the feat, but the time for DeLaet could be right now. Coupled with Adam Hadwin, DeLaet is one of the top Canucks on the PGA Tour and he’s more than comfortable in his surroundings at Glen Abbey Golf and Country Club.

After taking a few weeks off, DeLaet is fresh and will be looking to build off his T-20 finish at the Greenbrier. He already has three top-10s in 2017 and has a legitimate shot at ending the aforementioned streak with the relatively weak field.

Ian Poulter (+4500)

Whether or not you like him — and many people across the golfing world don’t — you can’t deny the impressive resurgence of Ian Poulter in 2017. After nearly losing his Tour card a few months ago before he got it back due to a "slight miscalculation," Poulter has made the most of his new lease on his golfing life and enters the Canadian Open on an absolute tear.

The Englishman fell out of contention late at the Open Championship yet still managed to finish T-14 at 2 under par, but his T-2 performance at the PLAYERS Championship truly proved the veteran is not done yet. Look for Poulter to once again silence the haters in Ontario this weekend.

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