The 100th PGA Championship takes place at Bellerive County Club in Town and Country, Missouri. Throughout its history, the PGA Championship is played as the last of the four major championships during the PGA calendar year. Effective next year, the PGA Championship will move up and become the second major taking place in May of 2019.


Vegas odds for golfers: Jon Rahm, Tommy Fleetwood, and Francesco Molinari, and the ‘Big Cat’ Tiger Woods. Can Tiger Woods win his first major since the U.S. Open in 2008? Does the young, fiery, Jon Rahm win a major as a Spaniard two years in a row joining 2017 Masters winner Sergio Garcia? How about a European such as Fleetwood or 2018 Open winner Molinari?


Vegas odds for golfers: Jordan Spieth, Rickie Fowler, Justin Thomas, Rory McIlroy, and Brooks Koepka. This is an absolutely stellar group; Brooks reigning 2-time U.S. Open Champion, Justin Thomas reigning PGA Champion and three-time winner on tour this year, and two-time PGA Champion, Rory McIlroy. The oddball in this group is Rickie Fowler. Fowler at 20-1 odds to win his first major is pretty optimistic. For him to stamp his ticket as one of the greatest golfers, he will have to cash in on his odds.

$10.5: million

The dollar amount for the 100th PGA Championship. It is ranked as the fourth tournament, on the tour prize money wise, third in majors only leading The Open.


Dustin Johnson’s odds to win his PGA-leading fourth tournament this year. Dustin has been the most consistent golfer on tour the past several years, this year he’s cemented his self as he’s spent roughly an overall 80 weeks as the World’s #1 Ranked golfer.


All 112 Top Ranked Players in the world set to compete in this year’s 100th PGA Championship, except two! This year’s championship is extremely competitive. Not only do 110 of the world’s best current golfers tee-off, three of them are competing for their fourth win of the season (Dustin Johnson, Justin Thomas, and Bubba Watson). Much is at stake this weekend, Jordan Spieth’s career grand slam is on the line. Rory and Phil both missed opportunities to become grand slam champions; will Spieth conquer and become the sixth-ever career grand slam champion?

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