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PGA Top DFS Plays: RBC Canadian Open

I believe my Top DFS Plays are due for a big week – and SOON.

After Davis Riley didn’t show up as one of mine and many others top plays, the next few weeks should provide more accurate data, starting with RBC Canadian Open this week.

The Canadian Open will be played at Hamilton Golf & Country Club (par 70, 7,084 yards). Rory McIlroy won the event in 2019 at Hamilton.

McIlroy won by 7 strokes, but the course has renovated since the 2019 tournament.

Nick Taylor is the defending champion of the event.

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Onto my Top DFS Plays for the RBC Canadian Open:

10K & Above

Rory McIlroy ($12,100)

McIlroy used a bomb and gouge approach the last time the Canadian Open was played at Hamilton.

He enters this tournament as the longest driver of the ball on Tour, but it is his accuracy that makes him one of my Top DFS Plays. He is 27th on the PGA Tour this season with accuracy off the tee.

However, McIlroy may have roster numbers in the mid-40 percent range.

Sahith Theegala ($10,500) may be the best bargain in the 10K range.

He ranks 6th on my spreadsheet and gives you elite numbers in SG: approach, SG: putting and is long and accurate off the tee.

And he may have half the roster numbers than McIlroy will have.

9K & Above

Corey Conners ($9,500)

Conners is not my highest ranked 9K golfer, but he has the best distance off the tee.

He’s also No. 2 on the PGA Tour in SG: approach and greens in regulation.

It’s going to be tough to start your lineup with two 9K golfers as their roster numbers are some of the highest in the field.

8K & Above

Aaron Rai ($8,900)

Rai was ranked high last week on my spreadsheet and Hamilton has a lot of similar features as Colonial Country Club.

Rai made the cut on the number last week, and he ranks in the Top 25 on Tour in six categories I used this week.

Akshay Bhatia ($8,100) and Erik Van Rooyen ($8,200) each rank in my Top 10. Bhatia has struggled recently as he has missed two straight cuts. Van Rooyen has made four straight cuts, but his only worthy week was a T4 at Myrtle Beach Classic.

7K & Above

Doug Ghim ($7,400)

Ghim is not long off the tee, but it is his all-around play that makes him a Top 10 play this week.

He is Top 20 in this field in SG: tee to green, SG: approach, SG: putting and accurate off the tee.

Mark Hubbard ($7,900) earned a spot in the Top 20 and all he does is make cuts.

Punt Plays

Grayson Sigg ($6,600) and Brice Garnett ($6,100) highlight a group of seven golfers in the 6K and 5K ranges to earn spots in my Top 25.

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