Who will win and who to watch at Canadian Open

Billy Horschel is Ken Fidlin's pick to win the Canadian Open. (Getty Images/AFP)

Billy Horschel is Ken Fidlin's pick to win the Canadian Open. (Getty Images/AFP)

KEN FIDLIN AND IAN HUTCHINSON, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 11:33 PM ET

TORONTO - Sun golf experts Ken Fidlin and Ian Hutchinson make their predictions:

KEN FIDLIN:

WHO IS GOING TO WIN?

Billy Horschel. Few players have had a better year than Horschel, a fiery competitor who has rocketed up the world rankings this year, now sitting at 38th after winning in Louisiana.

THE SLEEPER PICK

Bud Cauley. He finished T-4 last year at Hamilton and T-13 the year previous at Shaughnessy. Coming off a solid T-32 finish at Muirfield.

THE CANADIAN TO WATCH

Graham DeLaet. Hits it long and leads the PGA Tour in greens hit in regulation. Will be pumped to take on Glen Abbey this week.

THE MARQUEE NO-CHANCER

Hunter Mahan. Not that he isn’t one of the best talents in the field, but after being in contention for four days at the Open Championship, it’s hard to imagine he’ll have much left in the tank.


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