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The second major of the season has the PGA Tour’s best ready to navigate Valhalla Golf Club in the 106th edition of the PGA Championship. All signs point to Rory McIlroy having a big week after winning his last two starts and claiming the title the last time Valhalla hosted in 2014. The recent run of success shortened McIlroy’s odds but he’s still second in line to Scottie Scheffler on the opening outright odds board. After nearly a month off, Scheffler is expected to peg it up this week having won four of his last five Tour starts, including the last two at the Masters and RBC Heritage. Xander Schauffele is the third favorite on the board leading a pack of notables looking for their first major title. Defending champion Brooks Koepka leads the LIV Golf contingent that also includes Jon Rahm, Bryson Dechambeau and Joaquin Niemann among the top 10 favorites. has a complete updated list of betting odds for the PGA Championship when you’re ready to make a wager.

PGA Championship Betting Odds

Scottie Scheffler +450

Rory McIlroy +751

Xander Schauffele +1051

Brooks Koepka +1651

Ludvig Aberg +1851

Jon Rahm +1851

Bryson Dechambeau +2952

Collin Morikawa +3552

Max Homa +3853

Joaquin Niemann +3950

Viktor Hovland +4253

Cameron Young +4453

Patrick Cantlay +4553

Wyndham Clark +4753

Tommy Fleetwood +4753

Jordan Spieth +5154

Cameron Smith +5450

Justin Thomas +5754

Sahith Theegala +6004

Tyrrell Hatton +6054

Min Woo Lee +6505

Byeong Hun An +6555

Tony Finau +6555

Jason Day +7055

Matt Fitzpatrick +7055

Hideki Matsuyama +7355

Sam Burns +8056

Corey Conners +8506

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Odds Analysis

Wyndham Clark +4753

If it wasn’t for Scheffler we’d be singing a different tune about Clark. In his two runner-up finishes the top ranked player was the only man to beat Clark. He still has a win at Pebble Beach and last month earned another podium at the RBC Heritage. Clark ranks third on Tour in average driving distance and can muscle up at the tee box. He’s also been consistent in every phase of his game making him an ideal candidate to visit the winner’s circle. And his price isn’t too bad either.

Brooks Koepka +1651

There’s something about competing in a major championship that gets Koepka all excited. The defending champ has won this event in three of the last six years all at different venues, so I don’t think Valhalla is going to make a difference. In fact, it might be better suited for his game than Oak Hill was last year or than Bethpage Black was in 2019 or Bellerive was in 2018. And Koepka is coming off his record fourth LIV Golf title winning earlier this month in Singapore.

Jon Rahm +1851

Last year at this time Rahm was jostling with Scheffler near the top of the odds board at around +750. The odds are a bit longer this time making Rahm a nice pick. His career shift may have had an impact but his game hasn’t changed. Rahm has yet to win a LIV Golf event, but he is the only player in that circuit to place among the top 10 in every event. And statistically his numbers are still among the best. His game is suited for long and difficult courses with several wins at correlated venues.

Jordan Spieth +5154

This probably more of a sentimental pick than anything but there is some reasoning behind backing Spieth. First, the price is astronomical for a player of his talent, and second golfers are always searching for an added motivational boost to increase their chances. For Spieth the possibility of winning the career grand slam is that edge. This is his seventh attempt to win the slam with the closest being a T3 at the 2019 PGA Championship.

Sahith Theegala +6004

Entering the field as best players yet to win a major, Theegala has several years on the other notables in the group. He’s performed on the game’s biggest stage and has enjoyed some success with two runner-up showings among his five top 10s this season. He’s made the cut in five of his last six major championship starts recording a solo ninth at the 2023 Masters. His game appears to be a good fit for Valhalla giving Theegala plenty of value at his price.

Course: Valhalla Golf Club – 7,609 yards, Par 71

More than 30 golfers are back from the last time Valhalla Golf Club hosted in 2014. However, the property will look completely different from a decade ago when Rory McIlory prevailed by one swing over Phil Mickelson with Rickie Fowler at T3. The surface has changed and upwards of 150 yards was tacked on to the layout making it a whopper at over 7,600 yards. We will see a lot drivers with long hitters having an edge playing four par 4s that measure 484 yards or longer. Major championships are always designed to test the field and Valhalla is no exception. The distance is only one element and obstacles along the way make course management imperative.

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