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2024 RBC Canadian Open Odds: Bettors on Shane Lowry at Hamilton

The 2024 RBC Canadian Open starts this Thursday. Bettors are on Shane Lowry at Hamilton this week. Matthew MacKay shares the latest 2024 RBC Canadian Open odds.
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2024 RBC Canadian Open Odds: Bettors on Shane Lowry at Hamilton

The 2024 RBC Canadian Open returns to a renovated Hamilton Golf and Country Club for the seventh time this week.

Rory McIlroy won the last time this event was hosted at Hamilton G&CC in 2019, winning by seven strokes at 22-under-par. After a two-year hiatus due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the RBC Canadian Open was won by McIlroy again in 2022, albeit at a different venue.

Then, last year, Canadian golfer Nick Taylor sent the crowd into a frenzy, beating Tommy Fleetwood in a four-hole playoff with a 72-foot eagle putt. It was the first time a Canadian golfer won the RBC Canadian Open in roughly seven decades.

Golf bettors are backing Shane Lowry and Rory McIlroy the most ahead of the opening round at the RBC Canadian Open this week. Matt MacKay is back with the latest betting data available on the most heavily wagered golfers in the outright winner market for the 2024 RBC Canadian Open.


Rory McIlroy+360
Tommy Fleetwood+1600
Sahith Theegala+1800
Sam Burns+2200
Shane Lowry+2200
Corey Conners+2200
Alex Noren+2200
Cameron Young+2200
Maverick McNealy+3300
Adam Scott+3300
Keith Mitchell+3500
Aaron Rai+3500
Tom Kim+3500
Mackenzie Hughes+3500

Oddsmakers are giving a lot of respect to Rory McIlroy due to winning this event in two of the past three outings. His dominant win in 2019 also came at Hamilton G&CC, although renovations by Martin Ebert have lengthened this par 70 track for the 113th RBC Canadian Open.

Other golfers sitting highly in the outright winner market are Tommy Fleetwood and Sahith Theegala. Fleetwood is still seeking his first PGA Tour win after losing to Nick Taylor's sensational 72-foot eagle putt during the fourth hole of a playoff at the RBC Canadian Open held at Toronto's Oakdale Golf and Country Club.

Sahith Theegala managed a T38 finish last year, but this will be his debut at Hamilton. Theegala already has five top-ten finishes recorded in 14 events this season, including a runner-up finish at the RBC Heritage in mid-April. He's coming off of a T12 finish at Valhalla, so the Californian is well-rested and in good form, explaining his 18-1 odds.


Shane Lowry8.56%
Rory McIlroy6.60%
Corey Conners5.53%
Aaron Rai5.26%
Mackenzie Hughes5.15%


Shane Lowry, Rory McIlroy's partner during their 2024 Zurich Classic win a few weeks ago, is the current betting favorite at Hamilton. Lowry is garnering over eight percent of the betting handle in the outright winner market, likely due to finishing runner-up at 15-under-par at Hamilton G&CC back in 2019.

His current odds are 22-1, tied with four other golfers, but this is lucrative considering how quickly Lowry's odds will shorten with a strong opening round. Lowry tends to score low in Round 1, so pounce on this number before it's no longer available.


Naturally, Rory McIlroy is a popular pick amongst golf bettors ahead of his return to Hamilton. McIlroy strung together back-to-back wins at TPC Louisiana and Quail Hollow, marking his fourth win at the Wells Fargo Championship.

McIlroy is phenomenal off-the-tee and ranks 35th strokes gained: approaching the green. However, he's outside of the top-60 for strokes gained: around-the-green and strokes gained: putting, so it may not be as easy to replicate his 2019 dominance. Regardless, many bettors are forecasting a strong showing from McIlroy to contend for his third win in the past four events he's played, winding up T12 during the PGA Championship.


The most popular Canadian golfer in the outright winner market this year is Corey Conners. He ranks second strokes gained: approaching the green, which is a massive asset to possess heading into a course like Hamilton G&CC.

Conners missed the cut at this course in 2019 but logged a T20 at Oakdale last year. His putter is in horrible form currently, ranking 163rd strokes gained: putting on the PGA Tour in 2024. Off-the-tee, Conners is ranked 21st strokes gained, but his game around and on the greens is severely lacking entering Round 1.

Due to popularity, he's up to 22-1 to win outright, but realistically, we should be getting him at 35-1 or 40-1 based on zero top-ten finishes in 2024.


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Matt is an avid writer, editor, and researcher. He enjoys analyzing the game within the game which is fantasy sports and sports betting. Music is another constant in his daily life. Matt loves spending time with his wife and three pets. He likes to read, listen to podcasts, and is constantly motivated to create the most accurate and engaging content in the sports betting industry.


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