Course: Hamilton G&CC
Length: 6967 Yards
Par: 70
Field: 156
Cut: Top-70 and Ties

It may be overshadowed by the Toronto Raptors being in the NBA finals but this is a big week in Canada. After moving to a new spot on the schedule and relocating from Glen Abbey in Oakville to Hamilton G&CC in, well, Hamilton, the event has gotten a big boost.

The change has brought in a top-tier field in hopes of getting their games right for next weeks US Open. Four of the top six players in the world (Brooks Koepka, Dustin Johnson, Rory McIlroy & Justin Thomas) are in the field along with a number of players hoping to enter Pebble Beach next week with a chance at back-to-back national open wins.

Past Winners
2018 – Dustin Johnson (-23)
2017 – Jhonattan Vegas(-21)
2016 – Jhonattan Vegas (-12)
2015 – Jason Day (-17)
2014 – Tim Clark (-17)

– 23 Canadians are in the field looking to end a long drought in this event
– Dustin Johnson looks to defend his title after a three-stroke win last year
– Brooks Koepka and Matt Kuchar look for their third wins of the season
– Koepka making first start since PGA win
– Rory McIlroy and Justin Thomas making Canadian debuts
– First of the “Triple Crown” events alongside the U.S. Open and Open Championship

Ranking the Field: Top 50
* With a new course this year I did not include “Tournament History” in this weeks spreadsheet.

My Top-5
5 – Scott Piercy
4 – Matt Kuchar
3 – Rory McIlroy
2 – Brooks Koepka
1 – Dustin Johnson

Matt Kuchar def. Justin Thomas (-105)
Joaquin Niemann def. Brian Harman (-115)
Jimmy Walker def. Alex Noren (-105)
Scott Piercy def. Sergio Garcia (+105)

Last Week
My-5: 1st, 6th, MC, MC, MC
Matchups: 2-0-1

My-5: Six Wins, 17 Top-Threes, 25/90 Top-Tens
Matchups: 34-13-6 (64% Win, only lose money 25% of the time)

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