2020 PGA Championship Odds Tracker
- View the odds for the 2020 PGA Championship at TPC Harding Park in San Francisco
- Collin Morikawa captured the Wanamaker trophy with a score of -13 and capitalizing on +5000 pre-tourney odds
- Check back for frequent updates during the tournament’s run from August 6th-9th
The 2020 PGA Championship will now be played from August 6th to 9th at TPC Harding Park in San Francisco. The event was moved from its original mid-May dates amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.
We’ve been tracking the odds of every golfer involved leading up to the event. Each graph below has been generated by averaging the odds from multiple online sportsbooks.
- [August 9] On one of the best major championship Sunday’s in recent memory, Collin Morikawa broke free of the pack after driving the green and putting in for an eagle on 16 to take the lead for good and win at a score of 13-under. While entering Sunday at +1100, you could’ve bet the 23-year-old as high as +5000 on Friday night.
- [August 8] Dustin Johnson took control in Round 3 shooting a 5-under 65 on Saturday at TPC Harding Park and heads into Sunday’s final round the solo leader at -9 with average odds to win at +265. Cameron Champ and Scottie Scheffler have are T-2 at -8, but their odds lag behind Brooks Koepka, who is bunched with three others at -7 and has odds of +465 to win his 3rd straight PGA Championship.
- [August 7] Wind wreaked havoc on most of the field during Friday’s second round, while Brooks Koepka maintains his favorite position at average odds of +415 after shooting a 2-under 68. Jason Day and Daniel Berger are top contenders at odds of +900, while overnight leader Haotong Li is +1400 heading into Saturday’s 3rd round
- [August 6] At the conclusion of 1st round play, Brooks Koepka is your heavy favorite at average odds of +465 to “threepeat”. Jason Day and Brendon Todd are your co-leaders heading into Friday after shooting rounds of 5-under 65’s and have average odds of +850 and +2450, respectively.
- [August 5] With play set to begin at TPC Harding Park on Thursday morning, the market hasn’t moved too much for the big guns, with just Dustin Johnson experiencing a notable fade to average odds of +2300
- [August 3] After their strong showings at the WGC-FedEx St. Jude, Justin Thomas and Brooks Koepka have surged to be favorites on average heading into the week at TPC Harding Park
- [July 27] Dustin Johnson’s odds continue fading after his missed cut at the Memorial and his 78 in the 1st round of the 3M Open before withdrawing. His average price is now as long as +1500
- [July 20] With his dominant victory at the Memorial and ascension to OWGR #1, Jon Rahm’s odds to win the PGA Championship have shortened to an average of +1100 from +1500 last week
- [July 13] Following his near miss for a win at Muirfield Village in the Workday Charity Open, Justin Thomas has surged to odds of +1050 to get another PGA Championship win on his resume
- [July 8] As Bryson DeChambeau’s destruction of golf courses on the PGA Tour’s return has surged, so have his odds to win the PGA Championship – as he’s the 2nd favorite on average at +950 just behind Rory McIlroy
- [June 22] With the year’s first major officially to be held without fans after Monday’s announcement, Rory McIlroy remains a heavy +700 favorite despite his recent form in the Tour’s return. Webb Simpson has surged to +2700 after his win at the Heritage
- [April 30] The PGA has been postponed until August amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, and with golf on hiatus Jon Rahm has surged into co-favored position at +800
- [January 14th, 2020] Koepka remains favorite as we’re into the new year, with Rory McIlroy joining him at average odds of +900
- [October 15th, 2019] Tiger Woods average odds have taken a slight dip, to +1200
- [July 1st, 2019] Brooks Koepka has opened as favorite to repeat next season, at odds of +700
2020 PGA Championship Odds
Odds taken on August 9th
OWGR Top Ranked Golfers
Odds for Past PGA Championship Winners
Koepka joined Tiger Woods as the last players to repeat as the PGA Championship winner, and will look for a “threepeat” in San Francisco this year.
Past 10 Winners
Brooks Koepka has a long way to go before catching up to Walter Hagen and Jack Nicklaus. The American legends each won five PGA Championships during their prime, including four-straight for Hagen from 1924-to-1927.