US PGA 2020 Outright Odds

Rory McIlroy 8/1 Bet Now
Brooks Koepka 11/1 Bet Now
Dustin Johnson 11/1 Bet Now
Jon Rahm 12/1 Bet Now
Tiger Woods 12/1 Bet Now
Justin Thomas 14/1 Bet Now
Justin Rose 20/1 Bet Now
Xander Schauffele 20/1 Bet Now
Rickie Fowler 22/1 Bet Now
Bryson Dechambeau 28/1 Bet Now
Jordan Spieth 28/1 Bet Now
Patrick Cantlay 28/1 Bet Now
Jason Day 30/1 Bet Now
Hideki Matsuyama 33/1 Bet Now
Tommy Fleetwood 33/1 Bet Now
Adam Scott 40/1 Bet Now
Patrick Reed 40/1 Bet Now
Tony Finau 40/1 Bet Now
Francesco Molinari 50/1 Bet Now
Gary Woodland 50/1 Bet Now
Henrik Stenson 50/1 Bet Now
Paul Casey 50/1 Bet Now
Webb Simpson 50/1 Bet Now
Collin Morikawa 66/1 Bet Now
Louis Oosthuizen 66/1 Bet Now
Marc Leishman 66/1 Bet Now
Matt Kuchar 66/1 Bet Now
Sergio Garcia 66/1 Bet Now
Sung-Jae Im 66/1 Bet Now
Tyrrell Hatton 66/1 Bet Now
Bubba Watson 80/1 Bet Now
Matt Wallace 80/1 Bet Now
Phil Mickelson 80/1 Bet Now
Shane Lowry 80/1 Bet Now
Viktor Hovland 80/1 Bet Now
Brandt Snedeker 100/1 Bet Now
Danny Willett 100/1 Bet Now
Ian Poulter 100/1 Bet Now
Matthew Fitzpatrick 100/1 Bet Now
Aaron Wise 125/1 Bet Now
Abraham Ancer 125/1 Bet Now
Alex Noren 125/1 Bet Now
Bernd Wiesberger 125/1 Bet Now
Branden Grace 125/1 Bet Now
Cameron Champ 125/1 Bet Now
Graeme McDowell 125/1 Bet Now
Kevin Kisner 125/1 Bet Now
Martin Kaymer 125/1 Bet Now
Matthew Wolff 125/1 Bet Now
Rafa Cabrera Bello 125/1 Bet Now
Billy Horschel 150/1 Bet Now
Brendon Todd 150/1 Bet Now
Cameron Smith 150/1 Bet Now
Charl Schwartzel 150/1 Bet Now
Daniel Berger 150/1 Bet Now
Dylan Frittelli 150/1 Bet Now
Eddie Pepperell 150/1 Bet Now
Emiliano Grillo 150/1 Bet Now
Erik Van Rooyen 150/1 Bet Now
Hao Tong Li 150/1 Bet Now
Joaquin Niemann 150/1 Bet Now
Keegan Bradley 150/1 Bet Now
Kevin Na 150/1 Bet Now
Lee Westwood 150/1 Bet Now
Lucas Glover 150/1 Bet Now
Rory Sabbatini 150/1 Bet Now
Scottie Scheffler 150/1 Bet Now
Thomas Pieters 150/1 Bet Now
Zach Johnson 150/1 Bet Now
Corey Conner 200/1 Bet Now
J.B Holmes 200/1 Bet Now
Jason Kokrak 200/1 Bet Now
Russell Knox 200/1 Bet Now
Scott Piercy 200/1 Bet Now
Victor Perez 200/1 Bet Now
Adam Hadwin 200/1 Bet Now
Byeong Hun An 200/1 Bet Now
Charles Howell 200/1 Bet Now
Charley Hoffman 200/1 Bet Now
Jazz Janewattananond 200/1 Bet Now
Jim Furyk 200/1 Bet Now
Jimmy Walker 200/1 Bet Now
Joost Luiten 200/1 Bet Now
Keith Mitchell 200/1 Bet Now
Lucas Bjerregaard 200/1 Bet Now
Luke List 200/1 Bet Now
Robert MacIntyre 200/1 Bet Now
Si Woo Kim 200/1 Bet Now
Andrew Putnam 250/1 Bet Now
C.T Pan 250/1 Bet Now
Jason Dufner 250/1 Bet Now
Justin Harding 250/1 Bet Now
Kiradech Aphibarnrat 250/1 Bet Now
Ryan Palmer 250/1 Bet Now
Sung Kang 250/1 Bet Now
Tom Lewis 250/1 Bet Now

History of the PGA Championship

In its 104-year history, the PGA Championship has endured many changes. In 1958, the tournament switched from match play to stroke play following a loss in revenue and pressure from broadcasters and competitors. Fast forward 50 years and the event saw its second major change; the PGA of America moved what was for so long golf's final major of the year to May, in an attempt to avoid conflict between the FedEx Cup Playoffs and the beginning of the NFL season. Despite these changes and debates amongst golf fans around the tournament's lack of identity, it remains one of the four biggest golf tournaments in the world.

Previous Winners:
YearWinnerOdds
2019Brooks Koepka13/1
2018Brooks Koepka25/1
2017Justin Thomas45/1
2016Jimmy Walker125/1
2015Jason Day12/1

PGA Championship Betting Sites

The best odds for the PGA Championship are in the odds table above, but if you want to know what every top sportsbook should offer for major tournaments like this, check our quick checklist below.

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US PGA Betting Tips & Trends

It's our job to be ahead of the game, and even though it's too early to accurately predict who is going to win the Wannamaker Trophy this year, here are some early tips and trends.

  • Field: 156 Players
  • Prize Fund: $11 Million
  • Most Wins: Jack Nicklaus/Walter Hagen – 4
  • Record to Par: -20 Jason Day (2015)
  • Current Champion: Brooks Koepka
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Brooks Koepka Outright
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Koepka will be looking to make it three in a row as he tees it up at TPC Harding Park on May 14th. As he's heavy favourite, the value won't be there, but I'm not sure there are many golf fans who would bet against Koepka mounting a serious challenge to make history in San Francisco.

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Jordan Spieth Outright
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An outright bet on Jordan Spieth to win any tournament may seem a stretch given his form in recent years. However, he's chasing the coveted grand slam and will want to do it before McIlroy and Koepka. We know what Spieth is capable of and his short game is getting sharp again – if he can get some rhythm off the tee, we think he could mark his comeback in style.

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Tiger Woods Each Way
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Tiger Woods will be in the running to win any major he's competing in. He was 14/1 to win at Augusta in 2019 and will be shorter for all four this year. One thing going for Woods this year is experience, he won the WGC American Express at this course in 2005 and picked up maximum points in the 2009 Presidents Cup. Sportsbooks will be paying between 5-10 places for the event and we expect Woods to be right up there come Sunday evening.

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Previous Week Form?
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Carrying form into any major is important, but who knew it was so important for the PGA Championship. The week before the tournament used to be the WGC Bridgestone Invitational, but due to the schedule change, it's now the AT&T Bryson Nelson. Between 2010-2019, the average position of the USPGA champion at the previous tournament is 10th. 80% of those champions have finished in the top 15 and 60% in a tie for 5th or better. Be sure to take a look at the top 10 in this year's AT&T Bryson Nelson for your winner.

Harding Park

PGA Championship 2020 Venue – TPC Harding Park

The PGA Championship has been played at more courses than any other major. This year it heads to TPC Harding Park for what is set to be one of the most exciting in recent times, with records set to be broken.

  • 1st PGA Championship held in San Francisco
  • 1st TPC property to host a major (TPC Sawgrass - The Players Championship, TPC Scottsdale – Waste Management Open)
  • 2nd ever municipal course to host a major
  • San Francisco, California
  • Distance: 7,400+
  • Par: 70
  • Course Record: 61 (Michael Allen)
  • Tournaments Hosted: WGC-American Express 2005, Presidents Cup 2009, WGC -Cadillac Match Play 201

The public course has undergone severe adjustments in the past 12 months to transform an already difficult layout to a true major championship calibre test. Kerry Haigh, the PGA of America's Chief Championship Officer has worked with the management at TPC Harding Park to implement some noticeable changes.

Tight Fairways
Fairways will demand driving accuracy, measuring as tight as 22 yards wide
Longer Rough
Rough has matured and grown to between 3.5 and 4 inches, with density posing an obvious threat to misplaced shots.
Longer Holes
5 tee boxes have been added to make it longer; the course will measure just over 7,400 yards in May.
Scorecard Changes
Holes 9 and 12 have been changed to Par-4s from Par-5s, making it a par 70.
Extra Hazards
Minor adjustments such as new bunker placement has been considered, using shot length data from previous tour events at the course.
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