PGA 2016 Canadian Open: Young, Old and a Rematch

The 2016 Canadian open will feature young Australian #1 golfer Jason Day, 46 year old Mike Weir and David Hearn looking for a rematch of last year’s result.

2016 Canadian Open Odds

Eventhough he is 14 spots behind Day in the odds to win the 2016 Canadian Open, David Hearn definitively remembers how Day won the title last year in the last three holes of the last round. We know he wants this rematch. No Canadian has won his country’s national open since Pat Fletcher in 1954, although Mike Weir lost a playoff to Vijay Singh in 2004. David hearn would have been the first last year.

Mike Weir, who we just mentioned above, comes for his 25th Anniversary start. “It’s hard to believe — it’s been a long time,” Weir said Wednesday. To place this in perspective, when Weir made his debut at Glen Abbey, Jack Nicklaus and Lee Trevino all finished in the top 40. Just watching him play will be memorable.

Jason Day comes in as the #1 but will have to face #2 Dustin Johnson in this tournament.  These two are very close, odds wise. Day is the defending champion and the favorite to win the tournament at +500, followed by Johnson at +550.

  • Jason Day +500
  • Dustin Johnson +550
  • Matt Kuchar +1400
  • Brandt Snedeker +2200
  • Jim Furyk +2500
  • Emiliano Grillo +2500
  • Tony Finau +3300
  • William McGirt +4000
  • Charley Hoffman +5000
  • Ryan Palmer +5000
  • Chris Kirk +5000
  • Graham DeLaet +5000
  • Danny Lee +5500
  • David Hearn +5500
  • Kevin Streelman +5500

What do you think?

Written by Ricky Price

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