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Players are gearing up to take their best swings at golf’s final major of the year, as the PGA Championship tees off, August 13 at Whistling Straits in Kohler, Wisconsin.

Despite a recent knee injury, Jordan Spieth is the current favorite with 6 to 1 odds according to He won the first two majors of the year and came close to reaching the playoffs at the Open Championship. has the world’s current number one-ranked player and defending champion of the tournament, Rory McIlroy and ranked next most likely to win at 10 to 1. McIlroy is still battling a knee injury that saw him drop out of the recent WGC-Bridgestone Invitational and which may lessen his popularity with bettors this year.

Dustin Johnson, Jason Day and Bubba Watson round out the top 5 positions, all currently at 14 to 1 odds to win on Johnson has had mixed success at major tournaments, striking some remarkable shots while experiencing some unfortunate misses. Day finished fourth at the Open Championship this year and has yet to win a major golf championship.

Four-time winner Tiger Woods enters this year’s PGA Championship a dark horse to win at odds of 59 to 1. He hasn’t won the PGA championship since 2007.

For a full list of odds to win and other PGA Championship odds including who will finish in the top 10, make or miss the cut and big guns versus the field, visit

Live betting will also be available during every round of the tournament once they tee off.

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