PGA Championship 2024: Latest Odds & Tournament Preview

The eyes of the sporting world will be on Valhalla Golf Club in May as the prestigious 2024 PGA Championship is staged at the iconic Kentucky course.

American golfers have historically dominated this event, lifting the trophy on 87 out of the 105 occasions the tournament has been played.

Brooks Koepka’s success in 2023 was the eighth successive time a US golfer claimed victory, with Australian Jason Day (2016) the last overseas player to achieve the feat.

PGA Championship 2024 – Latest Odds

World number one Scottie Scheffler is the bookmakers’ favourite to follow up his impressive four-shot victory in the Masters Tournament in April.

He has finished inside the top ten in three of his four appearances in the PGA Championship and will fancy his chances of winning his third career major.

Rory McIlroy has previously won this tournament twice (2012 & 2014), and he will likely garner plenty of support from punters in Northern Ireland.

The best Irish golf betting sites rate McIlroy as the joint second favourite to win the title and he will expect to be in contention on the final day. Here are the latest odds for the 2024 PGA Championship:

  • Scottie Scheffler – 4/1
  • Jon Rahm – 12/1
  • Rory McIlroy – 12/1
  • Ludvig Aberg – 14/1
  • Patrick Cantlay – 18/1
  • Xander Schauffele – 18/1
  • Brooks Koepka – 20/1
  • Collin Morikawa – 22/1
  • Viktor Hovland – 22/1
  • Cameron Smith – 25/1
  • Justin Thomas – 25/1
  • Bryson DeChambeau – 28/1
  • Max Homa – 28/1
  • Will Zalatoris – 28/1
  • Dustin Johnson – 30/1
  • Joaquin Niemann – 30/1
  • Jordan Spieth – 30/1
  • Tony Finau – 30/1
  • Wyndham Clark – 30/1
  • Jason Day – 33/1
  • Tommy Fleetwood – 33/1
  • Cameron Young – 40/1
  • Hideki Matsuyama – 40/1
  • Matt Fitzpatrick – 40/1
  • Sungjae Im – 40/1
  • Tyrrell Hatton – 40/1
  • Shane Lowry – 50/1
  • Min Woo Lee – 55/1
  • Sam Burns – 55/1
  • Tom Kim – 55/1
  • Bar – 60/1

PGA Championship 2024 – Tournament Preview

Scheffler followed up his Masters victory by winning the RBC Heritage tournament and he will undoubtedly be a tough nut to crack in the PGA Championship.

However, odds of 4/1 make limited appeal against a competitive line-up and punters would be well-advised to look elsewhere for betting value.

Koepka could be worth an interest at 20/1 having won this tournament in 2018, 2019 and 2023, although his recent form is a cause for concern.

The 33-year-old finished 45th at the Masters and he has failed to shoot par in each of his last seven rounds at major tournaments. He will need to improve at Valhalla.

McIlroy and Jon Rahm will be popular picks with sports bettors, while Ludvig Aberg could be dangerous after his second-place finish at the Masters.

However, the value bet could be Collin Morikawa, who finished tied for third at the Masters and has the game to shine at Valhalla.

He won the tournament in 2020 and his driving accuracy gives him every chance at making another strong bid to repeat the feat.

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