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PGA Championship 2024 Golf Odds, Tee Times And Picks

It’s PGA Championship week and another major event in Louisville following the Kentucky Derby. Some of the top players had press interviews today, and their comments along with adjusted odds to win, tee times, expert picks and props are provided as you shoot for birdies and profit in the 2024 PGA Championship.

The 156 player field will shoot to make the cut and contend for the Wannamaker Trophy on the 7,609 yard Valhalla Golf Club – designed by Jack Nicklaus and the longest Par 71 on the PGA Tour schedule. Power rankings and player profiles and performances included along with adjusted player odds to win since last week.

Weather update: Scattered rain and thunderstorms hit Valhalla and Louisville Tuesday cutting short some players practice rounds. More to continue Wed. and a smaller chance for Thursday’s opening round. But Friday weather shows a 70% chance of rain showers in the morning with scattered thunderstorms in the afternoon. The near 80 degree temperatures will continue into the weekend with Saturday morning rain less than 40% and intermittent in the afternoon and Sunday’s final round with a slight change (20%) of rain showers and light and variable winds 5-10 mph all four rounds.

PGA Championship Odds To Win

PGA Championship and golf odds from FanDuel Sportsbook refresh periodically and are subject to change, including on props and live betting.

+400: Scottie Scheffler
+750: Rory McIlroy
+1400: Xander Schauffel
+1600: Brooks Koepka, Jon Rahm
+2000: Ludvig Aberg
+2800: Bryson DeChambeau
+3300: Collin Morikawa
+3500: Max Homa, Joaquin Niemann
+4500: Wyndham Clark, Tommy Fleetwood, Cam Smith
+4500: Viktor Hovland, Patrick Cantlay
+5000: Justin Thomas
+5500: Tyrrell Hatton
+6000: Cameron Young, Byeong Hun An
+7000: Sam Burns, Hideki Matsuyama, Sahith Theegala
+7500: Jordan Spieth, Jason Day
+8000: Matt Fitzpatrick
+9000: Sungjae Im, Dustin Johnson, Si Woo Kim
+9000: Tony Finau, Will Zalatoris
+10000: Corey Conners, Sepp Straka

Market moves and odds to win adjustments on major contenders since May 6 include McIlroy and Schauffele downward after they finished 1st and 2nd in the Wells Fargo Championship last weekend:

McIlroy from +1100 to +750
Schauffele from +2100 to +1400
Zalatoris +2900 to +9000
Cam Smith +2900 to +4500
Cantlay +2900 to +4500
Homa +2900 to +3500
Morikawa +2900 to +3300
Young +3400 to +6000
Fleetwood +3400 to +4500
Matsuyama +3600 to +7000
Clark +3600 to +4500
Spieth +4100 to +7500
Fitzpatrick +4600 to +8000
Hatton +4600 to +5500
D. Johnson & Finau +5500 to +9000
Tiger Woods +16000 to +40000
Top 10/20 Finish
-270 top 10, -650 top 20: Scheffler
-155/-350: McIlroy
+105/-220: Schauffele
+125/-185: Rahm, Koepka
+160/-145: Aberg
+210/-115: Morikawa, DeChambeau
+240/+100: Niemann
+270/+110: Fleetwood
+280/+115: Cantlay
+290/+125: Clark, Smith
+320/+144: Hovland, Hatton, Thomas
+1300/+500: Tiger Woods
+1500/+600: Phil Mickelson

LIV Golfers in PGA Championship

The 156-player field includes 16 players from the Saudi-backed LIV Golf League led by 3-time PGA Championship winner and defending champion Brooks Koepka. Special invites to LIV golfers Dean Burmester, Talor Gooch, Lucas Herbert, Adrian Meronk, Joaquin Niemann, David Puig and Patrick Reed. Of the 16 LIV players, eight have won major championships – Bryson DeChambeau, Martin Kaymer, Brooks Koepka, Dustin Johnson, Phil Mickelson, Jon Rahm, Patrick Reed and Cameron Smith

Leading golf analysts and contributors picks to win and top finishing position include:

SportingLife: Rahm, Homa, Niemann, Cantlay, Burns
Golf Bet: McIlroy, Morikawa, Aberg with top 10 Day, McCarthy, Morikawa, Koepka and longshots Day, Straka, Zalatoris, Matsuyama
FanDuel: Schauffele, Niemann, Sahith Theegala, Si Woo Kim

Tournament Matchups

Tournament matchups from leading online sportsbooks vary, and updated round-by-round player matchups are provided ahead of each round.

More notable strokes gained and key stats and player performances in SG: Approach, Off-the-Tee and Around-the-Green.

Schauffele (-165) vs. Rahm (+130)
Scheffler (-170) vs. McIlroy (+150) – Bet McIlroy
Rahm (-125) vs. Koepka (+105)
Scheffler (-200) vs. Schauffele (+170) – Bet Schauffele
Koepka (-120) vs. DeChambeau (+100)
Morikawa (-140) vs. Homa (+120) – Bet Homa
Hovland (-120) vs. Clark (+100)
Niemann (-120) vs. DeChambeau (+100)
Spieth (-110) vs. Finau (-110)
Cantlay (-120) vs. Fleetwood

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