PGA Championship Odds updated as tourney begins tomorrow

PGA Championship Odds updated as tourney begins tomorrow

The PGA Championship starts tomorrow from Ocean Course in Kiawah Island, South Carolina. And the latest odds have been updated at the Americas Cardroom sportsbook.

The PGA Championship used to be held in August as the fourth and final major tournament. However, it is now moved up to May and is the second major after The Masters.

World No. 3, Jon Rahm (+1065) has moved ahead as the odds favorite over Rory McIlroy (+1085). That’s somewhat surprising as the 26-year-old has never won a major tourney. However, many experts believe it’s only a matter of time for the Spaniard and that’s certainly reflected in these betting odds.

McIlroy (World No. 7) has won four major tournaments, including the PGA Championship twice, but his most recent major overall was back in 2014. The 32-year-old did just win the Wells Fargo Championship in North Carolina earlier this month.

One interesting pick down the board is Brooks Kopeka (+4469), who won this event in both 2018 and 2019. However, he has been dealing with several injuries and is still not 100%.

Note there are also Golf Matchup Odds available, so you can choose between your favorite pair, mano-a-mano.

PGA Championship Odds favorites

Jon Rahm (+1065)
Rory McIlroy (+1085)
Xander Schauffele (+1400)
Justin Thomas (+1551)
Jordan Spieth (+1685)
Bryson DeChambeau (+1726)
Dustin Johnson (+1818)
Viktor Hovland (+2350)
Daniel Berger (+2863)
Patrick Reed (+3350)
Collin Morikawa (+3567)
Patrick Cantlay (+3695)
Cameron Smith (+4025)
Tony Finau (+4150)
Matthew Fitzpatrick (+4350)
Brooks Kopeka (+4469)
Webb Simpson (+4500)
Tyrell Hatton (+4550)
Hideki Matsuyama (+4725)
Scottie Scheffler (+4850)

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