Southern Hills in Tulsa, Oklahoma, hosts the second major of the year, and golf betting odds are available for every player.
Headlining the market is Scheffler but he has a wealth of high-class players looking to secure the Wanamaker Trophy.
Scheffler to Secure Bag
Scottie Scheffler wasn’t at his brilliant best last week at the AT&T Byron Nelson, but he might be saving his brilliance for Southern Hills.
The American superstar rose to fame in 2022 with four wins, including the Masters at Augusta in April.
His form has been outstanding, and although not winning last week, he played well enough to be near the top of the leaderboard.
The PGA 2022 Championship odds have Scheffler at +1100, which set him up as the clear favorite. He deserves to be the favorite after his recent success, and Southern Hills should suit his game.
He heads our golf betting tips and his odds could will change throughout the week, so it could pay to lock them up.
Woods Worth a Chance?
Tiger Woods creates headlines wherever he goes and that will be the case again this week.
The golfing legend played incredibly well at The Masters and another strong performance should be expected at the PGA 2022 Championship.
Woods could be in better form at the PGA compared to The Masters according to US Open champion and ESPN analyst Andy North.
“It’s going to be warmer, which he likes. I thought that the cold weather on the weekend (at Augusta) really did a disservice to him,” North told The Mirror.
“Southern Hills is not the easiest walk in the world, but it’s not like Augusta. I think overall he’s probably in a better place than he was the Thursday before the Masters. It will be interesting to see if his play indicates that.”
It’s a good sign for the 15-time major winner, who can never be counted out. Woods is +6600 with PGA golf betting odds and that’s a fair price for one of the greatest to ever play the game.
Thomas is Long Overdue
Bettors keep following Justin Thomas and he’s teasing us with a win, so we’re getting impatient.
Thomas produced another strong performance at the Byron Nelson, and despite being on a tournament-winning drought, he’s worth sticking with.
Players like Thomas don’t go winless for too long and his form is good enough to win, but he needs to eliminate the silly errors that are disrupting his game.
Driving the ball in the fairway will see Thomas contend for the 2022 PGA Championship title and he is picking up momentum in betting markets.
The American is on the fourth line of betting at +1600 with Collin Morikawa, so he’s in esteemed company.
We would be surprised if he wasn’t near the top of the leaderboard and in contention late on Sunday.
Home Run with Homa
Much like Scheffler, Max Homa is one of the in-form golfers in the world.
Homa comes off a win in the Wells Fargo Championship where he held off a talented field, including Rory McIlroy.
Prior to his win he made the cut at The Masters, finished T13 at The Players, and won twice in the 2021 season.
He has missed the cut in his last two PGA Championships but his form has improved significantly and he’s worth backing.
Bettors get +6600 for Homa to win the tournament and that’s excellent value for a player brimming with confidence.
“I’ve always had a good work ethic and I just feel like I’m on the right track and I’m starting to believe in myself again,” Homa said.
“And just marrying those two things has been fun because I feel — it sounds dumb, I know people relive their high school and college glory days, but I just feel like I’m kinda back to that where I go to tournaments expecting to win a bit more.”
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