- Brooks Koepka is favored to win the PGA Championship with +450 odds.
- Tommy Fleetwood has +900 odds to win.
- Jason Day’s odds to win the PGA Championship are at +1000.
- Haotong Li has longer +1600 odds to win the PGA Championship.
SAN FRANCISCO—With day three of the PGA Championship getting ready to take place, the odds have seen shifting action from day two of the championship. Day three is set to take place at TPC Harding Park in San Francisco.
Legal sports betting sites currently have Brooks Koepka listed as the favorite to win the PGA Championship with +450 odds. Koepka’s odds have stayed at the favorite spot all throughout the championship thus far and is looking to keep it that way.
PGA Championship Odds
- Brooks Koepka +450
- Tommy Fleetwood +900
- Daniel Berger +1000
- Jason Day +1000
- Justin Rose +1200
- Dustin Johnson +1600
- Haotong Li +1600
- Xander Schauffele +1600
- Paul Casey +2800
- Brendon Todd +3300
- Bryson DeChambeau +4000
- Cameron Champ +4000
- Hideki Matsuyama +4000
- Rory McIlroy +4000
Koepka is having a great outing thus far in championship play and round two was no different. He went two-under in the round bringing his total score to eight-under which is good enough to be tied for second.
There is a reason that Koepka is the favorite to win as he has racked up seven total PGA Tour victories in his career and is looking to back that up with one more. Bettors can certainly bet on Koepka’s PGA Championship odds with confidence.
Following close behind Koepka, Tommy Fleetwood has really made a splash on the odds board. Just in day two, Fleetwood’s odds were listed at +5000 and have made a huge jump to +900 as he has managed to work his way to being tied for second in the standings as well.
Fleetwood went six-under yesterday which brought his total to six under as well. With a jump like this on the odds board, Fleetwood would not be a bad bet to make.
Jason Day’s odds, on the other hand, managed to stay put as he remained in second place during day two after going just one under leaving him at six under as well. Day has managed to stay consistent here throughout which should leave bettors comfortable betting on him. He’s also got an impressive 12 PGA victories to back up his odds.
Sitting in a rare longshot situation, bettors should be jumping at the opportunity to bet on Haotong Li as he is currently sitting in first place in the entire tournament.
He had a great outing yesterday as he went five-under which pushed his odds much shorter than they were but still left him in a longshot situation. Li’s odds saw a huge cut as they went from +2500 down to +1600.
Bettors should be jumping at this as it is not every day one gets to bet on someone in first place at longer odds.
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