|Date : 6th - 9th August 2020 | Course : TPC Harding Park, 7234yds, par 70 | Champion : Collin Morikawa|
2020 USPGA Results & Odds
Collin Morikawa playing in only his second major won this year's PGA Championship at TPC Harding Park. Two off the lead going into the final day, Morikawa broke free from a congested field - which at one point saw six players tied for the lead - when hitting a majestic tee-shot into the reachable par-4 16th. An eagle there and pars on the final two holes gave him a two shot victory over Dustin Johnson and Paul Casey. The win meant Morikawa joined Jack Nicklaus, Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy as the only players to have won majors before the age of 24. Available pre-tournament at 30/1 with bet365, the American wasn't unfancied having been one of the form players post-lockdown having won the Workday Open.
100/1 Paul Casey, tied in second, is still looking for that elusive first major while 54-hole leader Dustin Johnson (22/1) will be frustrated to have let another major slip through his hands despite a final round 68. Five players shared a tie for 4th which included Australian Jason Day red-hot Bryson Dechambeau, Matthew Wolff who added a third post-lockdown top 4 along with two more Americans; Scottie Scheffler and Tony Finau.
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2019 USPGA Results & Odds
The well-backed 10/1 co-favourite, Brooks Koepka went pillar to post to successfully defend his USPGA title at Bethpage in 2019. A one shot lead after round 1 (best price 13/8), seven shots after round 2 (4/11) and seven shots after round 3 (1/14) It appeared to be a procession for the American on Sunday but four bogeys on the bounce from the 11th and a late charge from Dustin Johnson, meant Koepka came off the 14th with a one-shot lead. But a brace of bogeys from Johnson on 16 & 17, let the pressure off Koepka, who played the tough last four holes just one-over to finally win by two. Koepka become the first player to successfully defend both the US Open and US PGA titles, and with four majors put his career tally level with Rory McIlroy and Ernie Els.
The other 10/1 co-favourite Dustin Johnson franked the betting with his second place finish. Jordan Spieth, a generous 60/1, was in a tie for third along with creditable performances from Matt Wallace (160/1) and Patrick Cantlay (45/1) Rory McIlroy (11/1) was a never nearer tie for 8th, despite shooting 69-69 over the weekend, only bettered with 68-69 by Shane Lowry (225/1) also in 8th.
Weak in the betting drifting to 12/1 before the tournament, Tiger Woods missed the cut by a shot along with well tipped-up Spaniard Jon Rahm (18/1) Paired with Tiger Woods in the first two rounds, Brooks Koepka is eclipsing the likes of Rory McIlroy and Dustin Johnson as the most likely heir to become the dominant player of this generation.
See below for the 2019 Scores - Odds are a guide to the best available on the Wednesday night before the tournament.
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2018 PGA Championship Results & Odds
Brooks Koepka (20/1 pre-tournament) made it three major titles in the last seven as he took the 2018 PGA Championship at Bellerive. A USPGA record low 63 in the second round paved the way to victory, the American then scored a pair of 66's over the weekend to win by two. Inevitably, a resurgent Tiger Woods (35/1) dominated attention as he made another late charge for a major with a career-best final round of 64, eventually finishing in second. However Adam Scott (125/1), paired with Koepka in the final round put most pressure on the American with the Australian veteran finally falling back to 3rd. Another veteran, 45-year-old Stewart Cink (250/1) had his best major finish since taking the 2009 Open finishing in fourth along with Spaniard Jon Rahm (250/1)
Back in sixth, defending champion Justin Thomas put up a stout defence for his title along with July's Open Champion winner Francesco Molinari (33/1) 8/1 favourite, Dustin Johnson got off to another strong start in the majors before tailing off again over the weekend. Another fancied player, Rickie Fowler (25/1) stayed in contention through until the final day, T3 going into the final day a 71 meant he fell out of the top 10. Frustration in the majors continued for Rory McIlroy (14/1) as he struggled to T50. Amongst those not making the cut were 2017 Masters champion Sergio Garcia (90/1), which meant a clean-sweep of missed cuts in all four 2018 majors, and this year's Green Jacker winner Patrick Reed (40/1)
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