Odds For Tiger Woods To Win 2013 PGA Championship

Published on August 4th, 2013 9:48 pm EST
The 2013 PGA Championship, which is set to take place at the Oak Hill Country Club in Rochester, New York, will get underway on August 8th. The very first tee-offs on Thursday morning belong to Rob Labritz, John Senden and Shane Lowry, who will all be getting started at 7:15 am EST.

Now, it shouldn't surprise you to hear that Tiger Woods is currently the favorite to win the 2013 PGA Championship. After all, he is coming off of a dominant seven stroke victory at the Bridgestone Invitational, and the quality of his game has improved leaps and bounds since he first returned to the tour following his personal issues.

Having said that, Tiger still hasn't won a major tournament since returning to the tour a few years back. Will this be his tournament?


According to the oddsmakers, Tiger Woods is currently listed at +300 to win the 2013 PGA Championship. This means that you would collect a total profit of $300 if you bet $100 on Tiger and he was able to take down the tournament.

The player with the next best odds is Phil Mickelson, who is currently listed at +1200 to win. Mickelson is coming off of a big win at the British Open and will be looking to take down yet another major tournament.

The players with the next best odds of winning are:

Adam Scott, +1600
Justin Rose, +2000
Lee Westwood, +2200
Brandt Snedeker, +2200
Rory McIlroy, +2500
Hunter Mahan, +3000
Henrik Stenson, +3000
Sergio Garcia, +3300

Some other names of interest include:

Matt Kuchar, +3300
Bubba Watson, +4000
Ernie Els, +6600


Can Tiger Woods continue his hot streak and win the PGA Championship?

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