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2018 Canadian Open, Glen Abbey Golf Course, Oakville, Ontario, Canada

2018 RBC Canadian Open, Glen Abbey Golf Course, Oakville, Ontario, Canada

Not the only player who had an over par last round at The Open Championship last week. I dont think he will feel he let himself down. If he isn't too disappointed then this week he will know his form is winning form, so he is my pick at 40/1.

If Kevin Kisner isn't the one this week, maybe one of these will be

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Joaquin Niemann PGA Tour stats....click the pic

This young Chilean player has more than a few things going for him. One is that he wants to be the best ever Chilean player which will be easy enough. The next is he reeeaallly wants 'it'.... and third is.......he has 'IT' the X Factor I mean. Only a matter of time before he gets a win. This week he is 33/1. The bookies are scared!

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Joel Dahmen PGA Tour stats....click the pic

Joel Dahmen is hitting some steady form on the PGA Tour. He was Order of Merit Leader and Mackenzie Tour-PGA TOUR Canada Player of the Year in 2014, so this venue will feel a bit like being back home (even though he is from Washington USA). I like him at 100/1

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Harold Varner III PGA Tour stats....click the pic

I picked Harold Varner III for the Jonh Deere a few weeks back and he came in 6th. He didn't qualify for the Open so with a weeks rest and in the best form of his PGA Tour life, I think he will go well once more at 100/1.

NEW betting category this week.....Top 20 finish, means 20 chances to win, makes sense to me!

Performance last week

I got my first win last week at The Open with Francesco Molinari at 33/1, and nabbed joint 2nd as well with Xander Schauffele at 125/1. The pros got a few places, noteables being...... golfalot.com, pgagolfbets.com, planetgolfreview.com picked Justin Rose T2nd.

 

Read the pro's selections for this weeks RBC Canadian Open below

Result for the

147th Open Championship, Carnoustie Golf Links, Angus, Scotland. Purse $1.5m. Winner $1.89m

1 Francesco Molinari -8 70 72 65 69 276 (pick 33/1)

T2 Justin Rose -6 72 73 64 69 278

T2 Rory McIlroy -6 69 69 70 70 278

T2 Kevin Kisner -6 66 70 68 74 278

T2 Xander Schauffele -6 71 66 67 74 278 (pick 125/1)

T6 Eddie Pepperell -5 71 70 71 67 279

T6 Tiger Woods -5 71 71 66 71 279

T6 Kevin Chappell -5 70 69 67 73 279

T9 Tony Finau -4 67 71 71 71 280

T9 Matt Kuchar -4 70 68 70 72 280 

T9 Jordan Spieth -4 72 67 65 76 280

T12 Patrick Cantlay -3 70 71 70 70 281

T12 Thorbjorn Olesen -3 70 70 70 71 281

T12 Ryan Moore -3 68 73 69 71 281

T12  Tommy Fleetwood -3 72 65 71 73

T12 Webb Simpson -3 0 71 67 73 281 

T17 Jason Day -2 71 71 72 68 282

T17 Pat Perez  -2 69 68 74 71 282

T17 Erik van Rooyen -2 67 71 71 73 282 

T17 Charley Hoffman -2 71 70 68 73 282

T17 Adam Scott -2 71 70 68 73 282

T17 Zach Johnson -2 69 67 72 74 282 

T17 Alex Noren -2 70 71 67 74 282

The Open Champion 2018 Francesco Molinari

Last weeks PGA Tour result

2018 Barbasol Championship, Kenne Trace Golf Club, Nicholasville, KY. Purse $3.5m Winner $630,000.00

1 Troy Merritt -23 62 67 69 67 265

T2 Billy Horschel -22  65 66 68 67 266

T2 Richy Werenski -22 66 66 68 66 266

T2 Tom Lovelady -22 66 67 65 68 266

5 J.T. Poston -21 69 66 66 66 267

6 Brian Gay -20 F -7 67 68 68 65 268

T7 Cameron Percy -19 67 64 69 69 269

T7 Sam Ryder -19 68 68 63 70 269

T7 Hunter Mahan -19 66 68 64 71 269

T10 Steve Wheatcroft -18 68 67 68 67 270

T10 Robert Streb -18 67 68 63 72 270

T12 William McGirt -17 68 72 65 66 271

T12 Ben Silverman -17 67 70 69 65 271

T12  Blayne Barber -17 71 65 63 72 271 

T15 Fabián Gómez -16 70 69 67 66 272

T15 J.J. Henry -16 69 67 69 67 272

T15 Conrad Shindler -16  72 64 69 67 272

T15 Joel Dahmen -16 65 72 68 67 272

T15 David Lingmerth -16  67 69 67 69 272

T15 Zac Blair -16 69 67 66 70 272

2018 Barbasol Champion Troy Merritt
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Improve the predictability of your golf shots, in just 2 uncommon, commonsense ways

I began to do a bit of research and I came across an old time Canadian Neuropsychologist called Donald Olding Hebb. Who, waaaay back in 1949 coined a phrase that has stood the test of time….. it is ‘neurons that fire together wire together’...read more!

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Golf..... shot accuracy.... do the gurus have it wrong?

The psychologist George Humphrey referred to this parable in his 1923 book... The story of man's mind:[6] "No man skilled at a trade needs to put his constant attention on the routine work," he wrote. "If he does, the job is apt to be spoiled............read more!