US PGA Championship Betting Preview
The second golf major of the year starts on Thursday in an unfamiliar timeslot as the US PGA Championship moves from August to late spring.
Bethpage Black in New York plays host to the US PGA Championship for the first time, although it’s a course that will be familiar to plenty of players on the circuit as the venue for the 2002 and 2009 US Opens.
Tiger Woods won round this course in that 2002 US Open and will be hoping to add a 16th major win to his trophy cabinet to continue a remarkable career comeback after his surprise victory at the 2019 Masters. His closest challenge is likely to come from reigning champion Brooks Koepka who will be looking for a fourth major after winning three of the last eight.
Majors can be notoriously unpredictable, which means there’s always good value to look out for in the field away from the front of the pack.
Read on for our USA PGA Championship betting tips as the action begins at Bethpage Black…
US PGA Championship Betting Tips
US PGA Championship Betting Tips – Win Market
Jon Rahm – 22/1 – with the bad weather expected in New York likely to make conditions unpredictable, that could play into Rahm’s hands if the course plays long. The Spaniard’s length and accuracy could prove a winning combination.
Rickie Fowler – 22/1 – Perennially tipped at every major he plays at, this course could suit his game as he looks to seal that elusive maiden major championship
US PGA Championship Betting Tips – Each Way Market
Ian Poulter – 90/1 – the fiery Englishman put in a strong showing at Augusta despite a disappointing last round and will be looking to carry that form into the second major of the season.
Luke List – 150/1– A name that hardly leaps off the page for those that don’t follow golf closely, List ranks third in driving distance this year on tour and if he steps up the other parts of his game, he could put himself in the final reckoning.
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Odds accurate at time of writing but may be subject to change.