In this week's fantasy golf round up, Jhonattan Vegas wins Canadian Open to qualify for the USPGA Championship and pick up 405 points

Fantasy Golf Round Up: Vegas Wins Canadian Open

This week’s big winner was Venezuelan Jhonattan Vegas who picked up 405 fantasy golf points as he secured the RBC Canadian Open as well as qualification for the USPGA Championship.

Vegas shot a stunning 8-under-par 64 to reach 12-under which none of the final pairings could match. His final round included five birdies in a row on the front nine and three in a row to finish.

Dustin Johnson, Martin Laird and Jon Rahm all ended one stroke shy at 11-under. DJ and Laird earned 345 points.

Vegas wins Canadian Open

Dustin Johnson needed to chip in on 18 to toe Vegas but left it just short. (Photo by Vaughn Ridley/Getty Images)

It was Vegas’ second PGA Tour win after his maiden title in 2011 at the Bob Hope Classic which was his first ever PGA Tour start.

The GM tipster picked Vegas at 125/1 last week to add to an incredible season where he’s picked 12 winners to be up by over 750 points!

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There are great prizes from Puma Cobra Golf to be won each and every week.

The prize for the month is a Limited Edition Cobra Open Championship Tour Bag and a Cobra driver.

The leading points scorers for Fantasy Golf this week:

USA 1: Dustin Johnson – 345 points

USA 2: Brandt Snedeker – 275 points

GB: Martin Laird – 345 points

Rest of Europe: Alex Cejka – 275 points

Asia: Siwoo Kim – 25 points

Africa: Brendon de Jonge – 5 points

Australasia: Geoff Ogilvy – 195 points

South America: Jhonattan Vegas – 405 points