The PGA Championship in 2020 will be held at TPC Harding Park from May 14 to May 17. The PGA Championship will mark the first major championship to be held at a TPC property and the first PGA Championship to be staged in San Francisco. Changing venues each year makes PGA championship betting a little more difficult to gauge since the courses will be different.
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PGA Championship Odds
The odds will change from time to time due to the rise and fall of how each player plays throughout the season. The players obviously still have to make the cut and proceed to the later rounds.
The PGA Championship odds have been placed for the following 10 players projected to potentially win.
* These odds are subject to change
Recent PGA Championship Winners
2019 – Brooks Koepka +1000 (Bethpage Black)
2018 – Brooks Koepka +1800 (Bellerive)
2017 – Justin Thomas +3500 (Quail Hollow)
2016 – Jimmy Walker +12500 (Baltusrol)
2015 – Jason Day +1200 (Whistling Straits)
2014 – Rory McIlroy +600 (Valhalla)
As you can see, the PGA championship odds vary from golfer to golfer. At this rate, you could almost flip a coin for head-to-head matches for each round. This tournament has a lot of surprises each year, so this is truly anyone’s tournament to win.
Top 10 Players By Golf Ranking
This is a unique list to compare and contrast each player for the PGA Championship betting and how they stack up to the rest of the competition. These golfers have played consistently well enough to make the top 10 in the official world golf ranking list. I would personally change a few around, but this list seems pretty accurate.
- Brooks Koepka (USA)
- Rory McIlroy (NIR)
- Dustin Johnson (USA)
- Justin Thomas (USA)
- Jon Rahm (ESP)
- Patrick Cantlay (USA)
- Tiger Woods (USA)
- Justin Rose (ENG)
- Xander Schauffele (USA)
- Bryson DeChambeau (USA)
* Rankings subject to change
Top Five Picks That Could Win
Brooks Koepka is the number one golfer in the world. He is also the two-time defending champion of this tournament. He has been winning, with a 2019 resume of The CJ CUP at Nine Bridges, PGA Championship, and the World Golf Championships-FedEx St. Jude Invitational.
Tiger Woods recently won the Zozo championship. He is ranked the seventh-best golfer in the world and is a true legend. I have said this before, but as long as he swings a golf club, he is going to be a threat to the field.
Jordan Spieth is a fan favorite but has fallen harshly in the rankings over the past few years. His highest ranking was No. 1 in 2015. But now he is all the way to the 42nd-best golfer in the world. This would be a perfect time for a comeback. In his most recent play at the 2019 PGA Championship, he tied for third place.
Dustin Johnson has had a great year. He recently won the World Golf Championships-Mexico Championship. He also placed second in the 2019 PGA Championship and tied for second at the 2019 Masters. He seems to be right where he needs to be in the final stages of every tournament.
Jon Rahm also had a successful 2019 by winning the Zurich Classic of New Orleans. He tied for third place at the U.S Open and at The Northern Trust tournament. He is also ranked the fifth-best golfer in the world.
Who Wins At Harding Park?
The PGA Championship odds are greatly spread out through all the players. This is one of those fun tournaments to watch because players tend to have the ability to score really well. With all the players that play at a high level, it really makes for a competitive event.
But if I had to pick someone to win, I hate to go for the obvious, but that pick would be Brooks Koepka.
Koepka has the resume for the victory. He has won this event two years in a row and is the overall No. 1 golfer in the world. He has outstanding mental toughness, and he is far more consistent than anyone else right now. The PGA Championship odds are in his favor, and he has proven at this event that he knows how to win regardless of location.