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PGA Championship Odds: Jordan Spieth Most Backed to win 2022 PGA Championship

This week, the PGA Championship will get underway at Southern Hills Country Club. Who is the most-backed Golfer for this event? Let's dive into the PGA Championship odds
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PGA Championship Odds: Jordan Spieth Most Backed to win 2022 PGA Championship

What was once the final Major of the season, the PGA Championship now comes second after the Masters Tournament. Last year, it was Phil Mickelson who won the event at Ocean Course. As we know, he will not be participating this year to try to make it two in a row.

Instead, we are forced to look at the PGA Championship odds, and see who from the field jumps out. Well, the public already has a favorite. Let's dive into the full breakdown of the PGA Championship odds for 2022.

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PGA Championship Odds

GolferPGA Championship Odds
Jon Rham+1200
Scottie Scheffler+1200
Justin Thomas+1600
Rory McIlroy+1600
Collin Morikawa+2000
Jordan Spieth+2000
Patrick Cantlay+2200
Dustin Johnson+2500
Cameron Smith+2800
Viktor Hovland+2800

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PGA Championship Odds Breakdown

At the top of the PGA Championship odds, we see Jon Rahm who is +1200 along with Scottie Scheffler who is also right there. This makes sense as they are the top two golfers in the sport heading into this event. Neither of these two guys are the most backed golfer though.

Coming in with the most amount of bets this week, is Jordan Spieth who finds himself at +1800. Here's a look at the five most backed golfers heading into the second major of the season.

Jordan Spieth9.38%
Hideki Matsuyama5.84%
Scottie Scheffler4.52%
Cameron Smith4.4%
Jon Rahm4.09%

Jordan Spieth struggled at the Masters this year missing the cut. He would need a massive bounce-back performance here at the PGA Championship. It's an event that Spieth has yet to win but he has finished second (2015) and third (2019) somewhat recently. The last two years were struggles though as he went tied for 30th and tied for 71st the two years prior.

Spieth has been playing good golf since the Masters though. He won the RBC Heritage in April and just this past week he finished second in the AT&T Byron Nelson. If he shoots like he has the last two times out, he'll be in great shape.

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