Odds To Win The 2017 PGA Championship

Odds To Win The 2017 PGA ChampionshipOdds To Win The 2017 PGA Championship As Of July 26.

Following his win at the Open Championship, it is no surprise that Jordan Spieth is atop the leaderboard of the odds to win the PGA Championship at 7/1. With three legs of the career slam under his belt, Spieth will be gunning for a win at the PGA. With it, he will join the list of the only five men who have won the career grand slam: Jack Nicklaus, Tiger Woods, Gary Player, Ben Hogan and Gene Sarazen.

Rory McIlroy is also at 7/1. But McIlroy, for all his immense talent, has not been in Major Championship form of late. However, he does have two wins at Quail Hollow, the site of this year’s PGA Championship. In 2015, his aggregate score of 21-under 267, beat the course record by five strokes.

World Number One Dustin Johnson is in at 9/1.  He’s number two in the FedEx Cup rankings, but not in the top ten in scoring average.

Of the top three, I like McIlroy.

The next group comprises Jason Day at 16/1, and Hideki Matsuyama and John Rahm at 18/1. Lately, Day seems to me like a guy who lately can’t catch a break. Rahm has got to reign in his emotions to win a Major. Matsuyama, on the other hand, is an intriguing option. He’s third in the FedEx Cup and fifth in scoring average. Everyone seems to agree that he will be the first Japanese player to win a men’s Major. The PGA Championship seems to me to be a good place for that win.

Rounding out the top ten are Rickie Fowler at 20/1 and Henrik Stenson at 22/1.  Fowler won at Quail Hollow in 2012, and currently sits just behind Jordan Spieth in scoring average. Stenson, on the other hand, has not had a lot of luck on the PGA TOUR this year. His ten starts resulted in four missed cuts and a withdrawal.

The complete odds to win the 2017  PGA Championship are below:

US PGA Championship 2017
PlayerOdds% Chance
Rory McIlroy7/112.5
Jordan Spieth7/112.5
Dustin Johnson9/110
Jason Day16/15.9
Hideki Matsuyama18/15.3
Jon Rahm18/15.3
Rickie Fowler20/14.8
Henrik Stenson22/14.3
Sergio Garcia25/13.8
Justin Rose25/13.8
Brooks Koepka28/13.4
Justin Thomas28/13.4
Adam Scott33/12.9
Phil Mickelson40/12.4
Tommy Fleetwood40/12.4
Branden Grace45/12.2
Matt Kuchar45/12.2
Thomas Pieters50/12
Patrick Reed50/12
Daniel Berger55/11.8
Paul Casey55/11.8
Alexander Noren55/11.8
J.B. Holmes66/11.5
Martin Kaymer66/11.5
Marc Leishman66/11.5
Louis Oosthuizen66/11.5
Bubba Watson66/11.5
Kevin Kisner70/11.4
Charl Schwartzel70/11.4
Brandt Snedeker75/11.3
Rafael Cabrera Bello80/11.2
Jason Dufner80/11.2
Zach Johnson80/11.2
Jimmy Walker80/11.2
Kevin Chappell100/11
Tony Finau100/11
Matthew Fitzpatrick100/11
Jim Furyk100/11
Tyrrell Hatton100/11
Shane Lowry100/11
Webb Simpson100/11
Lee Westwood100/11
Byeonghun AN125/10.8
Emiliano Grillo125/10.8
Bill Haas125/10.8
Charley Hoffman125/10.8
Billy Horschel125/10.8
Francesco Molinari125/10.8
Ryan Moore125/10.8
Ian Poulter125/10.8
Gary Woodland125/10.8
Keegan Bradley150/10.7
Bryson Dechambeau150/10.7
Smylie Kaufman150/10.7
Soren Kjeldsen150/10.7
Russell Knox150/10.7
Steve Stricker150/10.7
Andy Sullivan150/10.7
Bernd Wiesberger150/10.7
Chris Wood150/10.7
Harris English175/10.6
Chris Kirk175/10.6
Danny Lee175/10.6
Graeme McDowell175/10.6
William McGirt175/10.6
Kevin Na175/10.6
Daniel Willett175/10.6
Luke Donald200/10.5
Victor Dubuisson200/10.5
Ernie Els200/10.5
Padraig Harrington200/10.5
Mackenzie Hughes200/10.5
Scott Piercy200/10.5
Yong Eun Yang200/10.5

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