Tiger Woods 8-1 Dustin Johnson 10-1 Rory McIlroy 12-1 Brooks Koepka 10-1 Rickie Fowler 16-1 Jon Rahm 18-1 Justin Rose 18-1 Francesco Molinari 20-1 Bryson DeChambeau 25-1 Jason Day 25-1 Xander Schauffele 25-1 Tommy Fleetwood 25-1 Jordan Spieth 30-1 Tony Finau 30-1 Matt Kuchar 40-1 Patrick Reed 40-1 Hideki Matsuyama 40-1 Patrick Cantlay 40-1 Paul Casey 50-1 Phil Mickelson 50-1 Adam Scott 50-1 Sergio Garcia 60-1 Webb Simpson 60-1 Louis Oosthuizen 60-1 Bubba Watson 60-1 Henrik Stenson 60-1 Marc Leishman 60-1 Gary Woodland 60-1 Ian Poulter 60-1
GridCard players have put their confidence in PGA A-L. Anyone that has 2 or less on PGA A-L, no interest, or points on PGA N-Z, probably wants PGA N-Z to win.
GridNote: This Over/Under could be adjusted after the Thursday noon deadline.
8. So how low will these guys go? Bethpage has hosted two majors prior to this year, welcoming the best in the world to the 2002 and 2009 U.S. Opens. Ten years ago, five golfers finished with scores under par, in a tournament won by Lucas Glover. In 2002, the year Tiger prevailed, he was the only player to finish with a below-par score at -3. Bettors are getting +162 on three or fewer players finishing under par, +200 on 4-7 players going under and +162 on eight or more golfers at under-par for the event.
9. As for the winning score, at first glance it might seem obvious to choose something on the higher end of the spectrum given how brutal this course was on participants during those U.S. Open hosting assignments. But these guys are good – and in four of the previous five PGA Championships, the winning score has been below 270. The 272-and-under winning score is installed at +175, with 273-276 coming in at +150 and the 277-and-over result paying out at +200.
GridCard players have put their confidence in PGA . Anyone that has 2 or less on PGA , no interest, or points on PGA , probably wants PGA to win.