The RBC Canadian Open is set for this week, July 27-30, at Glen Abbey Golf Club in Oakville, Ontario. As such, it'stime to start picking your optimal DraftKings fantasy golf lineup. Fortunately, our fantasy golf experts are ready to help.
Here's what our best RBC Canadian Open 2017 lineup looks like:
Matt Kuchar ($11,400)
This week, Kooch provides us with the ultimate fantasy double dip: hot player and horse for the course. His last five tournaments look like this: T9, T12, T4, T16, T4, 2. His last three trips to Glen Abbey look like this: T2, T7, T9, with a scoring average of 69.17.
Ian Poulter ($8,700)
The swag seems to be back for the faux-hawked one. He’s up 113 spots in the World Ranking since the start of 2017 and is coming off an occasionally electric showing at the British Open. The fact that it’s his Glen Abbey debut does give us pause, but his numbers are too solid to ignore.
Danny Lee ($8,000)
Lee withdrew from his last start at the John Deere with a sore shoulder, but before that he had four top 10s in seven outings. Seventh on Tour in total birdies with 296, if birdies are your thing.
Chad Campbell ($7,500)
Campbell has settled into grinder mode, and it’s paying off: five top-20 finishes in his last seven starts. He’s top 25 on Tour in GIR, a key stat on Glen Abbey’s highly puttable greens. Failing that, he’s first on Tour in scrambling. Pretty nifty combo.
Scott Stallings ($7,500)
Stallings arrives at Glen Abbey on a hot streak: T3 at the Barbasol and T5 at the John Deere. We acknowledge that his is a classic flavor-of-the-moment pick, and Stallings could revert to his previous cut-missing form at any moment. Consider yourself warned.
Trey Mullinax ($6,800)
The Bama grad caught our attention with an out-of-nowhere top 10 at the U.S. Open. He’s a bomber, and bombers can succeed at Glen Abbey. Call it a hunch, but we think he’ll be comfortable this week.