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PGA Championship Odds

The season’s second major is set to tee off May 16-19 and that means we’ll see the first of Tiger Woods at the PGA Championship since his win at the Masters last month. Woods hasn’t played since then so he should be well rested. But how much rust has accumulated on that aging body? Not much according to oddsmakers, who listed Woods as the second favorite along with Dustin Johnson at BookMaker.eu.

Bethpage State Park Black Course in Farmingdale, New York will host the event that moves into a new time slot. The former fourth major moved up a few months on the schedule, eliminating what had been a two-month gap between majors. Rory McIlroy opened as the betting favorite with odds +1017. Woods and Johnson are close behind with defending champion Brooks Koepka seated as the fourth favorite in a star-studded field.

Odds to Win USPGA Championship 2019

Rory McIlroy +1017

Dustin Johnson +1023

Tiger Woods +1023

Brooks Koepka +1164

Jon Rahm +1725

Justin Thomas +1820

Jason Day +2041

Justin Rose +2093

Rickie Fowler +2093

Francesco Molinari +2404

Xander Schauffele +2533

Bryson DeChambeau +2818

Jordan Spieth +3142

Tommy Fleetwood +3353

Tony Finau +3669

Patrick Reed +4050

Paul Casey +4050

Patrick Cantlay +4050

Hideki Matsuyama +4685

Sergio Garcia +4850

Adam Scott +5050

Gary Woodland +5050

Matt Kuchar +5287

Webb Simpson +6007

Bubba Watson +6050

Marc Leishman +6050

Phil Mickelson +6050

Henrik Stenson +6550

Louis Oosthuizen +6550

Kevin Kisner +7725

Cameron Smith +8050

Brandt Snedeker +8050

Ian Poulter +8050

Si Woo Kim +8050

Tyrrell Hatton +8550

Aaron Wise +8550

Thomas Pieters +8550

Branden Grace +8850

Keegan Bradley +10250

Billy Horschel +10250

Rafael Cabrera Bello +10250

Keith Mitchell +10250

Matt Wallace +10250

Kevin Tway +11250

Andrew Putnam +15250

Zach Johnson +12550

Jim Furyk +12550

Alexander Noren +12550

Byeong-Hun An +12550

Justin Harding +12256

Tiger started his quest to catch Jack Nicklaus for the most major championships by ending an 11-year major drought in dramatic style at the Masters. It was the 15th win of his career, leaving him three behind Nicklaus. Woods hasn’t played since Augusta, but that hasn’t bothered him this year. And the crowds will be out in full force to cheer on the Big Cat.

Tiger opened as the co-second favorite just a pinch behind Rory McIlroy on the odds board. And for the first time in a long time it seems appropriate. Woods could only play the four majors and he’d still be a favorite, if not on the boards then at least in the eyes of the fans.

McIlroy is the betting favorite and for good reason. He’s been on a heater this year finishing among the top six in each of his first six starts. His two worst finishes of 2019 came in his last two events with a T21 at the Masters and a T8 at the Wells Fargo Championship. When those are your two worst, you are doing something right.

Winning three majors by the age of 25 put McIlroy in elite company alongside The Golden Bear, Woods and Jordan Spieth as the only players to accomplish that feat. He has just one major victory since then, however, that coming in this event in 2014 at Valhalla. The major drought isn’t Tiger-long, but for a guy who started out so hot the five years make it seem that way, and that has to be weighing on his mind.

Currently No. 1 in the Official World Golf Ranking, Dustin Johnson takes aim at his second major championship. He won the 2016 U.S. Open after several near misses that placed him second at the 2011 Open Championship and the 2015 U.S. Open. With his title at the WGC Mexico Championship in February, DJ became the third player to win a Tour title in each of his first 12 seasons.

There are some great value picks among the field that could pay handsomely. Francesco Molinari was close to winning two of the past three majors before falling to fifth at the Masters. And few have been as consistent over the past year. At +2404 he should get plenty of support.

Tony Finau has been knocking on the door with four top-10s in his last five major championship starts. One of those came last month with a T5 at the Masters when he played in the final group. This could be his time and at +3669 he offers a big payday.

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