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PGA Championship 2022 Betting Odds & Picks: Murphy’s 3 Best Outright Bets

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  • Scottie Scheffler is favored at the 2022 PGA Championship this week.
  • There are plenty of in-form golfers heading to Southern Hills Country Club in Tulsa.
  • Chris Murphy picks three for his favorite picks early in the week.
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2022 PGA Championship Odds

Jon Rahm+900
Scottie Scheffler+1000
Rory McIlroy+1400
Justin Thomas+1400
Jordan Spieth+1500
Collin Morikawa+2000
Patrick Cantlay+2000
Xander Schauffele+2000
Hideki Matsuyama+2000
Cameron Smith+2200
Dustin Johnson+2200
Viktor Hovland+2800
Will Zalatoris+3300
Brooks Koepka+3500
Shane Lowry+3500
Sam Burns+4000
Matthew Fitzpatrick+4000
Joaquin Niemann+5000
Max Homa+5000
Russell Henley+5000
Maverick McNealy+5000
Seamus Power+5000
Cameron Champ+5000
Erik van Rooyen+5000
Tony Finau+5500
Cameron Young+6000
Aaron Wise+6000
Sebastian Munoz+6000
Daniel Berger+6300
Jason Kokrak+7500
Corey Conners+8000
Louis Oosthuizen+8100
Tyrrell Hatton+9000
Bryson DeChambeau+10000
Jason Day+10000
Tommy Fleetwood+10000
Tiger Woods+10000
Alex Noren+10000
Mito Pereira+10000
Talor Gooch+11000
Adam Scott+11500
Abraham Ancer+12500
Billy Horschel+12500
Keegan Bradley+12500
Matthew Wolff+13000
Webb Simpson+14000
Patrick Reed+14000
Si Woo Kim+15000
Harold Varner III+15000
Gary Woodland+15500
Marc Leishman+15500
Justin Rose+16000
Sergio Garcia+17500
Brian Harman+17500
Thomas Pieters+20000
Davis Riley+20000
Luke List+20000
Tom Hoge+20000
Bernd Wiesberger+20000
Carlos Ortiz+20000
Christiaan Bezuidenhout+20000
Henrik Stenson+20000
Ian Poulter+20000
Joel Dahmen+20000
Kevin Na+20000
Rickie Fowler+20000
Robert MacIntyre+20000
Bubba Watson+22500
Anirban Lahiri+25000
Jhonattan Vegas+25000
Keith Mitchell+25000
Lucas Herbert+25000
Patton Kizzire+25000
Richard Bland+25000
Sepp Straka+25000
Cameron Davis+25000
Cameron Tringale+25000
Kevin Streelman+25000
Lanto Griffin+25000
Sam Horsfield+25000
Charl Schwartzel+30000
Kevin Kisner+30000
Branden Grace+30000
Joel Dahmen+30000
Russell Knox+30000
Adam Hadwin+30000
Adri Arnaus+30000
Bio Kim+30000
J.J. Spaun+30000
Joohyung Kim+30000
Min Woo Lee+30000
Rikuya Hoshino+30000
Chris Kirk+30000
Francesco Molinari+30000
Garrick Higgo+30000
Martin Kaymer+30000
Matt Jones+30000
Matt Kuchar+30000
Dean Burmester+35000
Harry Higgs+35000
Kyoung Hoon Lee+35000
Lee Westwood+35000
Mackenzie Hughes+35000
Ryan Palmer+35000
Troy Merritt+40000
Stewart Cink+40000
Beau Hossler+50000
Hudson Swafford+50000
Justin Harding+50000
Kramer Hickok+50000
Nicolai Hojgaard+50000
Oliver Bekker+50000
Pablo Larrazabal+50000
Ryan Fox+50000
Scott Stallings+50000
Yuki Inamori+50000
Zach Johnson+50000
Adam Schenk+60000
Chad Ramey+60000
Ryosuke Kinoshita+60000
Takumi Kanaya+60000
Jinichiro Kozuma+70000
Laurie Canter+70000
Lucas Glover+70000
Daniel van Tonder+100000
Jason Dufner+100000
Ryan Brehm+100000
Sadom Kaewkanjana+100000
Shaun Norris+100000
Alex Cejka+200000
Chan Kim+200000
Alex Beach+500000
Austin Hurt+500000
Brandon Bingaman+500000
Casey Pyne+500000
Colin Inglis+500000
Dylan Newman+500000
Jared Jones+500000
Jesse Mueller+500000
John Daly+500000
Kyle Mendoza+500000
Matthew Borchert+500000
Michael Block+500000
Nic Ishee+500000
Paul Dickinson+500000
Rich Beem+500000
Ryan Vermeer+500000
Sean McCarty+500000
Shaun Micheel+500000
Shawn Warren+500000
Tim Feenstra+500000
Tyler Collet+500000
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K.H. Lee was able to successfully defend his titled at TPC Craig Ranch on Sunday thanks to a final-round 63. His 9-under day was enough to win by one stroke over Jordan Spieth, who followed his win at the RBC Heritage with a second-place finish in his home state.

A few other big names put together strong Sunday rounds to move up the board, including both Hideki Matsuyama and Xander Schauffele. Schauffele’s 11-under 61 was a one shot better than Matsuyama for the round, but it was the former Masters champion who that finished higher on the final leaderboard. He will head to Southern Hills coming off a T3.

Many big names decided to tee it up at the AT&T Byron Nelson with their focus on getting some tournament form going into this week. It certainly worked out that way for the guys I listed above, but they will have a lot of company with good form rolling into Southern Hills.

I’ll let the numbers help me make some decisions with some early adds to my card this week for the 2022 PGA Championship.

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PGA Championship Buys

Jordan Spieth +2000

I am legitimately torn in this range and likely will just put both Spieth and Patrick Cantlay on my card this week. Since Spieth just got off the course from another top finish in Texas, he gets the highlight from me this week, but I really like both players equally.

Spieth ultimately fell one shot short at TPC Craig Ranch, but he certainly had a few putts that could have dropped and made a big difference. Still, we continue to see him show elite ball-striking, which makes him difficult to ignore.

Spieth will be a big story this week as he seeks to capture the career grand slam, but this is certainly his best opportunity in quite some time since his form is undoubtedly peaking at the right time.

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Hideki Matsuyama +3300

One of my favorite plays this week is with Matsuyama. He already has two wins to his name this season and it was a neck injury that really derailed his hot start to 2022. If that hadn’t knocked him out of THE PLAYERS and left him out of tournament form going into the Masters, we would be talking more about him as one on the short list of players bringing their game to each and every event.

Matsuyama is the type of player I will be looking for this week at the PGA Championship since he has the all-around game to be a fit regardless of the set up. He’s also one of the best long iron players on TOUR, and that will likely be a factor this week.

We are getting discounted odds, leaving Matsuyama more in the second tier of players this week. I’ll happily take that value for a player that can compete with anyone when he brings his best.

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Max Homa +8000

There has been some discussion since Homa’s win at this year’s Wells Fargo that while he has four wins on TOUR now, he doesn’t have the consistency of other top finishes. I’m taking that as the likely reason that he is still listed in triple-digit odds at WynnBet coming into the PGA.

I certainly am not complaining, though, as he is the exact type of player we want as a long shot as he carries the pedigree of wins and we know he can close when he has his best game. We aren’t having to risk much if he happens to have an off week, but the legitimate upside to capture the win if he continues to play like he did at TPC Potomac.

That number was only available at Wynn, as of Monday morning. Elsewhere, the best you’ll get is 80-1 at DraftKings.

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