The PGA Championship is the second major of the season and it provides a major challenge if you are trying to pinpoint the winner of the event that will take place this week in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
The great thing about such a strong field is it creates juicy odds on everyone from the favorite to long shots in the field.
Anyone can win, and you don’t have to look far into the past to realize it. Phil Mickelson stunned the golf and sports world with his PGA Championship in 2021. He won’t be in the field this week but he serves as a reminder that anything can happen when the best golfers in the world get together for four rounds.
If you are looking for the shortest odds – and +1100 isn’t short in any way – Masters champion Scottie Scheffler and Jon Rahm have been listed as co-favorites.
The parade of big names continue on the BetUS odds board with Rory McIlroy at +1400. Next are Justin Thomas and Collin Morikawa at +1600.
Other American greats who will be looking to annex the Wanamaker Trophy are Dustin Johnson and Jordan Spieth at +1800. Spieth is coming off a second-place finish in the Byron Nelson, where he was -25 and just missed by a stroke despite going 64-67 in the final two rounds
The winner of the Byron Nelson, K.H. Lee currently sits at +20000! He was 26-under in winning the tournament in Texas.
Brooks Koepka is always a threat in major tournaments where he plays his best. He is +2000 and not far behind him are Xander Shauffele (+2800) and Will Zalatoris (+3300).
Tiger Woods, in case you were wondering, is +6600 as he is not expected to be in the thick of the battle … but one never knows.
Make sure to play the PGA Futures and all the other props available at BetUS as the best golfers in the world have at it.