The PGA Tour heads to Canada and the European Tour stops off in Switzerland.

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After the dramatic Open at St Andrews, the respective Tours gear up again, with Canada and Switzerland the destinations.

Jason Day will be among those looking to recover from the disappointment of narrowly missing out on a first major when he tees it up at the RBC Canadian Open in Ontario.

Sergio Garcia is one of the Open contingent heading east to the Crans-sur-Sierre GC in Switzerland for the Omega European Masters.

Danny Willett will also be back playing on the European Tour after his impressive performance in Scotland at the weekend.


GM tips for this week:

USA 1: Matt Kuchar – You can put your hat on Kuchar to perform consistently, with the odd strong result thrown in. He played some good golf at St Andrews but finished T58.

USA 2: Patrick Reed – A fairly solid if unspectacular season for Reed could gain some traction after his T20 finish at the weekend.

Great Britain: Luke Donald – It’s no secret Luke Donald is finding some form again. He secured a T7 finish at the Travelers, before finishing T12 at the Open.

Ireland: Michael Hoey – A couple of top 20 finishes in his last four tournaments make Michael Hoey one of the Irishmen more likely to score well this week.

Scandinavia: Soren Hansen – Finished T29 in Switzerland last year and is due a good result.

Rest of Europe: Sergio Garcia – His performance at the Open will give many belief he can carry his performance over to the Omega Masters this week.

Asia: Anirban Lahiri – With two wins this season and a T30 finish at St Andrews, Lahiri is one of the form players from the region.

Africa: Retief Goosen – The South African isn’t in terrific form on the PGA Tour, but finished T20 at the Open and T4 in Munich a few weeks ago.

Australasia: Jason Day – After finishing one shot off a play-off place at the weekend, Day will be fancied to carry on his strong form in Canada.

South America: Andres Romero – The Argentine is in sizzling form. He was T6 at the Greenbrier Classic and T10 at the Barbasol Championship.