- The 102nd PGA Championship will take place August 6-9, at Harding Park, Calfornia.
- Rory McIlrory, Bryson DeChambeau, Tiger Woods, Jon Rham and all the top golfers will be taking part.
- We preview the opening odds for the PGA Championship with our pick for the best favorite vs underdog bets.
The PGA Champioship is expected to draw 96 of the top 100 golfers in the world. We have you covered below for tips on fantasy golf or looking for a straight up favorite pick.
2020 PGA Championship Odds
Looking at the latest PGA Championship Odds above, Rory McIlroy is given the nod as the bookies favorite to win the tournament. Given McIlroy’s performances at major tournaments in the past and activeness in 2020, it’s hard to deny his chances of turning up the heat Harding Park.
Bryson DeChambeau will surprise many as the second betting favorite for the 2020 PGA Championship. Bryson DeChambeau won the Rocket Mortgage Championship on June 5, another active golfer in 2020 that’s risen to the occasion when the time is right.
Coming at 11/1 is Jon Rahm, who would be a personal pick of the top three favorites. The Spaniard breezed through the competition at the Memorial Tournament in July and came 2nd in the Farmers Open in January.
2018 & 2019’s winner Brooks Koepka is priced at roughly 14/1 on most betting sites. After a mediocre 2020, this could be a real gamble but in terms of recency bias on the course Koepka could be worth a wager.
Draftkings PGA Championship Underdog Picks
- Tony Finau 33/1
- Rickie Fowler 35/1
- Viktor Hovland 40/1
- Gary Woodland 40/1
- Daniel Berger 40/1
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Is Tiger Woods Worth a Bet?
Tiger Woods has only competed in four tournaments since Feburary. Woods has won 18 PGA Tours and has the insight into how often to play and how to pick up the tempo when the time comes.
ESPN do a great job of breaking down Tiger’s wedge, putting and what not in this featured article – Where’s Tiger? Why his absence this week matters with the PGA Championship on deck
From a betting perspective at odds of 18/1 Tiger is a live underdog. Come the final day of it could certainly come down to Tiger and Rory or Brooks. Stay tuned to BettingInsiderJournal’s golf news and odds section for more.