This week it's the RBC Canadian Open which Jason Day defends. Here are the men to have in your fantasy teams

Fantasy Golf Picks: RBC Canadian Open

This week on the PGA Tour it’s the RBC Canadian Open once again at Glen Abbey GC in Oakville, Ontario.

Last year Jason Day beat Bubba Watson by a stroke to start what would be an incredible run of victories as he shot to world number one.

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Jason Day holes the winning putt to win the RBC Canadian Open in 2015. (Photo by Cliff Hawkins/Getty Images)

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Fantasy Golf Picks for the RBC Canadian Open:

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USA 1: Dustin Johnson – The world number two has to be fancied with his two huge wins recently as the US Open and WGC-Bridgestone. He came runner-up in 2013 here at Glen Abbey GC.

USA 2: Brandt Snedeker – In 2013 when DJ came T2nd, it was behind Sneds. He won by three shots with a closing total of 16-under-par. He’s missed a few cuts this season but has recorded top-22 finishes at both the WGC-Bridgestone and the Open.

GB: Matt Fitzpatrick – The Nordea Masters champion plays in Canada the week before the USPGA. He’s not had the best of runs since his win in Sweden but is the highest ranked Brit in the field this week.

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Ireland: Graeme McDowell – As he’s the only Irishman in the field this week, it’s no surprise I’ll be putting him in my team. At less than 7,300 yards the course at Glen Abbey certainly won’t be too long for him so I’m hoping he can find some form and pick up some points.

Scandinavia: Jonas Blixt – As the highest ranked Scandinavian, Blixt will be in my team. The Swede was playing the Barracuda last week instead of The Open so that tells you where his game has been. However he has has two top-six finishes this season and came T19th at The Players Championship.

Asia: KT Kim – Since June 2015, Kim has won eight times on the Japan Tour. He’s up to world number 41 and has made his last two cuts at the WGC-Bridgestone and The Open.

Africa: Ernie Els – The Big Easy missed the cut at The Open at +5 after two rounds but cast your mind back to the Quicken Loans National last month where he played in the final group on Sunday and ended in 5th.

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Australasia: Jason Day – The world number one defends this week against a relatively weak field and is as low as 5/1 with the bookies. He didn’t have the best week at Troon but with memories of last year, he could become the first back-to-back Canadian Open winner since Jim Furyk in 2006-07

South America: Emiliano Grillo – The Argentine is on a hot run of form. He finished 2nd in Japan last month at the ISPS Handa Cup in a field which included Charl Schwartzel, Padraig Harrington and Victor Dubuisson, and came T14th and T12th at the WGC-Bridgestone and The Open.