Furyk has finished fourth, second and ninth the past three years, which would make him a prime candidate for a good run this weekend if he wasn’t having a rough season. I’ve included Furyk because of his continued success in the “Great White North” and I feel like he has a chance to make a run at his 18th win. Furyk’s success over the past few years can certainly be attributed to 11 straight rounds below par but it’s no secret that he loves the Canadian Open. Furyk was a back-to-back winner in 2006 and 2007, giving him five top-10 finishes over his last eight starts. Furyk will try to turn things around this season as he tees off at 1:25 p.m. alongside Billy Hurley III and Dustin Johnson.
All tees times are EST.
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