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PGA Championship Odds 2019 – Best Bets, Tigers’ Chances and Best Underdogs
PGA Championship odds have Tiger Woods opening as the favourite. While there is some news pointing towards Woods winning at the event, he has historically performed ho-hum at long courses the last few years, which opens the door for other golfers, ones with a longer game off the tee, to win the Major.
Best Bet to Win – Dustin Johnson +900
As one of the biggest hitters on the PGA Tour, Dustin Johnson is well positioned to pick up his second Major. Johnson challenged Woods at Augusta (finishing tied for second). Was it not for some subpar putting, Johnson could have bested Tiger and entered the event as the favourite.
The greens at Bethpage Black are not as daunting as the ones at Augusta. The real challenge to this course is its length. Johnson is fully capable at handling this challenge, and even if he averages close to two puts per hole, the fact he can get to the green in regulation (or sooner) will help him offset a few misses. Johnson does face some stiff competition at the event (more on that later) but going in he is worth a bet at +900.
Pick: Dustin Johnson to Win the PGA Championship (+900)
Is Tiger Woods Worth a Bet at +560?
Typically not the type, of course, Tiger Woods excels at, there is a chance he exceeds expectations. Woods’ yacht has reportedly been spotted just off the shores near Bethpage. Golfs odds on online sportsbooks have taken notice of Tiger getting in a few extra practise rounds at the course.
While this will surely help him, at +560, any PGA Championship expert pick will suggest looking for better value elsewhere. When Tiger won at Bethpage black in 2002 (the U.S. Open not the PGA Championship), he was longer off the tee. Of course, 2002 was a strange year, as Woods at -3 was the only golfer to finish below par. Woods should handle the course fine in 2019, but it is hard to predict him coming out on top. Consider wagering a small amount on Woods to finish in the top five but not to win the event.
Pick: Tiger Woods to Finish Top-Five at the 2019 PGA Championship (+140)
The Other Golfers to Watch and Wager
The field at the 2019 PGA Championship is better than the field at the Masters. Since the field is more prominent, there are more golfers to watch and considering wagering. If Johnson or Woods is not striking any interest, the four guys below are other options to consider.
Rory McIlroy +1000
As one of the best golfers at the tee on the PGA Tour, Rory is amongst the favourites to win the event. Rory is third in average drive distance and the most accurate golfer of the top-five longest drivers. Rory is also proven at Majors, having won four already. With slightly more value at +1000 than Dustin Johnson, Rory is as good a bet to win the 2019 PGA Championship.
Pick: Rory McIlroy to Win the 2019 PGA Championship (+1000)
Brooks Koepka +1200
The reigning PGA Championship champion is another golfer to watch at the event. Koepka is a good driver and a smart golfer. He can handle the fairways at Bethpage but also play the course more conservatively if weather and green conditions require it. If Koepka wins, he will become the first golfer in PGA history to hold consecutive Majors in two events (having won the U.S. Open in 2017 and 2018). Betting on history is always a risky endeavour. However, he has shown he has what it takes to repeat and placing a smaller wager on him to win is savvy bet.
Pick: Brooks Koepka to Win the 2019 PGA Championship (+1200)
Rickie Fowler +2400
The question on every golf fans mind is when Rickie Fowler will get the monkey off his back and win a Major. While the field at the 2019 PGA Championship is full of talent, Fowler PGA Championship odds make him one of the best underdogs to bet. Fowler is having arguably his best year on the Tour, missing no cuts, finishing top ten at five events and winning the Waste Management Open in February. Fowler, like Johnson and McIlroy, is a great off the tee. If his iron game is up to snuff, he can challenge anyone for at the event.
Pick: Rickie Fowler to Win the 2019 PGA Championship (+2400)
Tommy Fleetwood +2500
With three top-five finishes at his last five tournaments, Tommy Fleetwood is another underdog to watch at the PGA Championship. Fleetwood is in the midst of his best season and is one up-and-comer on the Tour with a realistic shot at winning a Major. While there is a little bias here on Fleetwood, as he is a personal favourite of this writer, he is still a good value at +2500.
Pick: Tommy Fleetwood to Win the 2019 PGA Championship (+2500)
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