The Tour moves from one part of the British Commonwealth with The Open Championship to the RBC Canadian Open in Oakville, Ontario.
The Glen Abbey Golf Club, at 7253, plays long but also has some large greens, so when I was looking for names this week I focused on Greens in Regulation (GIR) over 200-yard skills, along with two-putt ability when hitting those same Greens, according to Hoyle.
So, let's see what I conjured.
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Matt Kuchar ($11,400): Ridiculously steady of late, Kuchar showed plenty of moxie at the Open last week and is solid with 15 of 17 cuts made, averaging 71.1 points.
Tony Finau ($9600): Finau ranks second in GIR from over 200 yards out, and is also strong at two-putting after hitting GIR.
Danny Lee ($8000): Lee has been up and down this season, but he too is strong at hitting GIR, ranking 31st, and with 14 cuts out of 22 tries made.
Seamus Power ($6800): A low-end gamble, with Power making 12 of 16 cuts and after a strong finish at The John Deere, averaging 50.7 points per contest.
Morgan Hoffman ($6800): 10-for-19 making cuts, and another youngster who fared well at the Deere and has one top-10 and four top-15 finishes since the Honda Classic. This will be Hoffman's fourth tourney at Glen Abbey, so the skill/experience/price combo makes him interesting.
Martin Flores ($6600): Flores ranks 11th at hitting GIR when over 200-yards out, and ranks second in two-putting, nailing that target 26.7% of the time.
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