PGA Championship Odds 2022: Tiger’s Odds Lengthen At FanDuel And Circa

Tiger Woods remains a longshot heading into the PGA Championship. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)

Betting on the 2022 PGA Championship is ramping up, and Tiger Woods is creating liability for some sportsbooks across the country but his odds have lengthened at FanDuel and Circa Sports.

The PGA Championship begins tomorrow at Southern Hills Country Club in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Here are current odds at FanDuel as of Wednesday on the top-10 betting favorites along with Woods.

2022 PGA Championship Odds (FanDuel)

PlayerFanDuel Odds To Win 2022 PGA Championship
Scottie Scheffler+1200
Jon Rahm+1200
Rory McIlroy+1600
Justin Thomas+1600
Jordan Spieth+1700
Collin Morikawa+1900
Cameron Smith+2100
Patrick Cantlay+2100
Dustin Johnson+2100
Hideki Matsuyama+2400
Tiger Woods+7000

Woods was +6500 at FanDuel a week ago. His odds have ticked up to +7000 at FanDuel as of today. That betting pattern also played out at Circa Sports over the past week.

Jeff Davis, who handles golf odds at Circa, opened Woods at +12500 a little over a month ago. Woods dropped to +10000 on May 3, and then +9000 as of May 9. He was listed at +9900 as of this morning.

Woods made a valiant attempt to compete in The Masters, where he made the cut and then struggled over the weekend to a 47th-place finish. He won the 2007 PGA Championship at Southern Hills, so there should be some good vibes this week.

Woods is being offered at +6500 at DraftKings as of this writing.

Scheffler And Rahm Are Co-Favorites At FanDuel

Scottie Scheffler has been on an absolute tear in 2022. Winless entering the year, Scheffler now has four victories, including his first major win at The Masters. Scheffler and Jon Rahm are +1200 co-favorites at FanDuel as of Wednesday.

Rahm, who has been the favorite in a majority of tournaments this year, picked up his first win in the Mexico Open on May 1. He was one of the shortest shots in recent memory as the +400 favorite heading into the inaugural event in Puerto Vallarta. While the Mexico Open didn’t feature the strongest field, Rahm did what he needed to do and gained some valuable momentum heading into the PGA Championship.

Also read: PGA Championship Betting Guide | Cantlay And Zalatoris offer Value On PGA Win Bets | PGA Championship Odds & Prop Bets | PGA Championship Trap Bets And Value Plays

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Kris Johnson

Kris Johnson

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Kris Johnson is a senior writer at Gaming Today with more than 15 years of experience as a sports journalist. Johnson's work has appeared in Sports Business Daily, Sports Business Journal, NASCAR Illustrated, and other publications. He also authored a sports betting novel titled The Endgame.

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