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To enter the contest, sign up and answer seven props and a tiebreaker. All props relate to which golfer of a group of three will finish the highest in Round 1 on Thursday and, if you hit all of them, you’ll be entered in a chance to win a $100 Amazon gift card. Check back daily, as we’re giving prizes away daily!
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2022 PGA Championship Odds
PGA Championship Preview
The world’s number-one player and the current hottest hand in golf Scottie Scheffler () is a slight favorite on odds boards. Scheffler has four wins in his last six tournaments including the Masters back in April. Second-ranked Jon Rahm () and Rory McIlroy () land just behind Scheffler at most books.
Eyes will once again be on Tiger Woods, who opens the tournament Thursday morning at 9:11 a.m. Like his last few PGA Tour starts, Tiger () is a longshot, but is the most recent major winner at Southern Hills (2007 PGA Championship).
TheLines lead golf writer John Haslbauer highlighted Jordan Spieth () this weekend, who’s looking to complete a career Grand Slam at the PGA Championship. We won’t give it away, but you can read his reasoning and full PGA Championship preview here.
How To Watch
Where: Southern Hills Country Club (Tulsa, Okla.)
When: Thursday, May 19–Sunday, May 22
TV: ESPN (Rounds 1-2), CBS (Rounds 3-4)
Previous champion: Phil Mickelson (not in the 2022 field)