PGA Championship Final Round Betting Favors DJ, Koepka

  • The PGA Championship is entering its final day today, and a winner will be crowned.
  • Dustin Johnson leads the oddsboards and the leaderboard, with +275 odds at -9.
  • Behind Johnson, Brooks Koepka is posting +450 odds, well shorter than some players who are above him on the leaderboard.

LAS VEGAS - The final round of 2020’s PGA Championship is set for Sunday, and there are a lot of ways to wager.

This column will focus on the futures odds, and how they are impacted by both position on the leaderboard, name recognition, and golfer quality.

PGA Championship Betting

The PGA Championship has had a little bit of everything so far. From underdogs like Scottie Scheffler moving up the odds boards to big names like Brooks Koepka sitting near the top, there’s something for every type of golf bettor to like.

The odds boards are littered with talented competitors, and, as always, are the best place to start any betting analysis.

PGA Championship Winner

  • Dustin Johnson +275
  • Brooks Koepka +450
  • Collin Morikawa +1000
  • Cameron Champ +1100
  • Scottie Scheffler +1200
  • Bryson DeChambeau +1400
  • Paul Casey +1600
  • Daniel Berger +1800
  • Tommy Fleetwood +2000
  • Jason Day +2500
  • Justin Rose +2800
  • Tony Finau +2800
  • Xander Schauffele +4000
  • Matthew Wolff +5000
  • Haotong Li +6600
  • Hideki Matsuyama +8000
  • Joel Dahmen +10000
  • Si Woo Kim +10000
  • Jon Rahm +12500
  • Webb Simpson +15000

Dustin Johnson clocks in as the person with the best odds to win the PGA Championship, sitting pretty with +275 odds.

Johnson is the current leader, after a -5 yesterday put him at a dominating -9, one ahead of any other competitor.

Brooks Koepka’s +450 odds make him the only serious competitor to Johnson on the board, as Collin Morikawa’s odds are quite far off, at +1000.

Koepka, sitting at -7 overall, cooled off yesterday, shooting only a one under par.

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Morikawa, for his part, is tied with Koepka at -7, and shot a -5 yesterday in order to reach that level.

Cameron Champ and Scottie Scheffler are the underdog stories of the tournament so far.

Champ, 77th in the PGA Tour’s rankings, is sitting at -8, and has +1100 odds to win the entire tournament, according to the sportsbooks.

Scheffler entered the tournament at 59th on the Tour, and is also sitting at -8, which means that the two underdogs are tied for second place, just behind Johnson.

Both of them put up solid performances yesterday - Scheffler put up a -5, while Champ posted a -3.

As far as the underdogs at the bottom of these odds go, Jon Rahm, one of the best golfers alive, is sitting at +12500 on the odds boards and at -3 overall.

This puts Rahm at a tie for 21st place on the leaderboards - it seems unlikely that he can pull off the win, but he is an amazing golfer.

There are a lot of great golfers to examine, and any golf betting fan will be sure to enjoy all the chances they get to bet on the PGA Championship!