2021 PGA Championship Live Odds: Hovland & Rahm Top The Betting
2021 PGA Championship Live Odds
If you thought yesterday's PGA Championship action was gripping, you just wait for the wind to pick up this afternoon. Playing conditions will be very tricky for the afternoon tee times, and the cut line is expected to be around +4, but we all know that could change in an instance.
Corey Conners topped the PGA Championship odds market overnight, however, an early bogey has dropped him down the market. Viktor Hovland is now the betting favorite to win the PGA Championship, with BetMGM giving him odds of +800 to win his first major.
Jon Rham's not far behind the young Norwegian, with the majority of sportsbooks going +1000 on a Rahm victory.
The PGA Championship odds market then becomes pretty clustered, as you'd expect after day one. Brooks Koepka, Corey Conners, Collin Morikawa and Keegan Bradley all have odds under +2000.
Jordan Spieth was many peoples pick heading into the second Major of the year, and his odds suggest he's well and truly still in contention. DraftKings Sportsbook have gone +2200 on Spieth winning the PGA Championship.
Looking further down the PGA Championship odds market, Rory McIlroy was the betting favorite coming into the event, but is now +5000 after a poor opening round. Something we have got used to from McIlroy.
Justin Thomas is even further down the 2021 PGA Championship odds market, with Bet365 going +8000 on a Thomas comeback.
You can see the latest PGA Championship odds at the bottom of this article, or you can click this link to see live PGA Championship odds which are updated every minute.
2021 PGA Championship Betting Update
There's been plenty of action in the PGA Championship odds market, with thousands of bettors looking to make a live bet on the event. Since the end of play on day one, Gary Woodland has been the most wagered player in the market, accounting for 6.5% of all bets placed.
Corey Conners has been the second most wagered player in the PGA Championship odds market, he's accounted for 6.1% of bets since day one ended.
Brooks Koepka brushed aside any injury concerns, which seems to have won over online bettors, as he's the third most wagered in the market.
There are thousands banking on a McIlroy comeback, as 4.5% of bets since the end of day one have been on the previous winner.
Sam Horsfield has been playing some exceptional golf on the European Tour, and there are a few optimistic bettors chasing the dream this week, 3.5% of bets have been on the Englishman.
PGA Championship Betting Since Day One Ended
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Live PGA Championship Odds
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