2019 US PGA Championship
The Second Major of the Year
The US PGA Championship, better known as the US PGA is the second Major of the year after the Masters Tournament in April. It is an officially money event on the European Tour, the PGA Tour and the Japan Tour with a field of around 156 players. Last year the event offered an impressive purse of $11 million. As is the case with all Majors, it is an invitational event open to winners of the last five Major’s, the current senior PGA champ, the 15 lowest scores of the previous PGA Championship tournament and the 70 leaders in the official PGA money standings.
Dates and Course Details
The 2019 PGA Championships will get underway on the 16th of May and conclude on the 19th. The venue for the event is the iconic Black Course in Bethpage State Park on Long Island New York. This will be the first time the Par 70 course is used for the PGA Championship, but its third Major. In recent years, American players have dominated the PGA Championship, with Brooks Koepka winning in 2018, Justin Thomas winning in 2017, and Jimmy Walker winning in 2016.
Betting on the PGA Championship
Being a 3-day event, the most popular bet on the PGA Champs is the outright winner bet. This simply involves predicting which player will win the tournament outright. It is also possible to predict the top-3 finishers and the total winning point margin. Head-to-head bets are also popular, as well as predicting the top finishers for each day of the competition.
For more information on the betting options and odds, head over to William Hill, Sports Betting, 888 Sport, Betway Sports, Bodog or Spin Sports.