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Watch coverage of the first two rounds live on TSN and TSN GO on Thursday and Friday beginning at 3pm et/Noon pt. Canadian Open - Outright Winner Dustin Johnson 12/1Jim Furyk 12/1Matt Kuchar 12/1 Graeme McDowell 16/1 Charl Schwartzel 18/1 Brandt Snedeker 22/1Luke Donald 22/1 Graham Delaet 25/1 Hunter Mahan 28/1 Charley Hoffman 35/1 David Hearn 45/1 Bo Van Pelt 50/1Carl Pettersson 50/1Kevin Chappell 50/1Russell Knox 50/1 Aaron Baddeley 66/1Ben Crane 66/1Ernie Els 66/1K.J. 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