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Fantasy Golf Rankings For 2014 RBC Canadian Open

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Fantasy Golf Rankings For 2014 RBC Canadian Open

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To help you pick your fantasy foursome this week, here are the top-20 fantasy golfers for the 2014 RBC Canadian Open.

20. Morgan Hoffman

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20. Morgan Hoffman

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Hoffman has yet to crack the top-60 in the six tournaments since his back-to-back top-20 finishes in May. The 24-year-old will be a risky pick this week in Quebec.

19. Russell Knox

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19. Russell Knox

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Knox has finished inside the top-35 in 15 worldwide tournaments this year. The Scotsman will be worth grabbing with the smaller field this week.

18. Robert Garrigus

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18. Robert Garrigus

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Garrigus has four top-30 finishes in his last six tournaments, including two top-11 performances.

17. Jerry Kelly

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17. Jerry Kelly

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Kelly is coming off an impressive T3 at the John Deere Classic in which he shot 19 under.

16. Scott Brown

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16. Scott Brown

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Brown has three top-15 finishes in his last nine tournaments, including a T5 at the John Deere Classic.

15. David Hearn

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15. David Hearn

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Hearn has made the cut in eight of his last nine tournaments. He also has three top-10 finishes on the year and the Canadian will be a decent option to look for after the top-10 names come off the board.

14. Hunter Mahan

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14. Hunter Mahan

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Mahan has cracked the top-32 in three of his last five tournaments. He will be worth a gamble with the limited field heading up north.

13. Luke Donald

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13. Luke Donald

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Donald will be one of the most experienced veterans making the trek north this week. He won’t exactly be a threat to win it all, but he will be a safe bet to crack the top-15.

12. Carl Pettersson

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12. Carl Pettersson

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Pettersson shockingly finished third at the St. Jude Classic and seventh at the Travelers Championship earlier this spring. He also won this tournament back in 2010 and will be a decent sleeper option this week.

10. Charl Schwartzel

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10. Charl Schwartzel

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Schwartzel is once again being seriously undervalued this week. He has racked up eight top-20 in his 12 stateside tournaments, including another four worldwide.

9. Charley Hoffman

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9. Charley Hoffman

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Hoffman has three top-26 finishes in his last four tournament appearances. He has also made the cut in 12 straight tournaments.

8. Retief Goosen

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8. Retief Goosen

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Goosen has quietly made the cut at the Canadian Open in his last four trips up north, including a T10 in 2012 and a solo second place finish in 2009.

7. Tim Clark

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7. Tim Clark

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Clark has three top-20 finishes in his last six starts, including a T5 at the John Deere Classic.

6. Graeme McDowell

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6. Graeme McDowell

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McDowell has made the cut in seven straight worldwide tournaments, including three top-10 finishes.

5. Graham DeLaet

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5. Graham DeLaet

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DeLaet is the top-ranked Canadian golfer on the tour. He will have a good deal of pressure on him this week, but I fully expect him to add another top-10 finish to his 2014 total.

4. Brandt Snedeker

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4. Brandt Snedeker

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Snedeker is the defending champion of the Canadian Open and the veteran has finally turned his season around. Sneeds has three top-25 finishes in his last four tourneys alone. He will be a popular pick this week with the limited field.

3. Matt Kuchar

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3. Matt Kuchar

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Kuchar has shockingly not racked up a top-10 finishes in his last five starts. He has played well enough this year to still warrant a top-five pick, but he will come with some risk this week.

2. Dustin Johnson

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2. Dustin Johnson

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Johnson has made the cut in eight consecutive tournaments, including five top-25 finishes.

1. Jim Furyk

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1. Jim Furyk

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Furyk is the only two-tine winner heading to the Canadian Open, as he won it back-to-back in 2006 and 2007. He will be as safe as they come this week in Quebec.

Troy Merritt

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Troy Merritt

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Merritt has quietly racked up three top-20 finishes in has last five tournaments, including a solo second place finish at the St. Jude Classic.