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PGA Championship betting options include outright winner, top-five finish, top-10 finish, and head-to-head 2/3-ball match-ups. Outright bets are the most popular and you can also back a winner each-way, meaning you can still land a return if your golfer places high up the leaderboard but doesn't actually win.
Players can qualify for the PGA Championship through various methods such as winning other PGA Tour events, being in the top 70 of the official world golf rankings, or being a former PGA Championship winner. There are also spots reserved for amateur golfers and players who have gone through a qualifying tournament.
Justin Thomas won the 2022 PGA Championship at odds of 16/1. In 2021, there was a major upset as Phil Mickelson rolled back the years for a win at huge odds of 250/1. The previous year, Collin Morikawa won in TPC Harding Park at PGA Championship odds of 30/1.
The total prize money for the PGA Championship varies each year, but it is usually in the range of $11 million to $12million. The winner of the tournament receives the largest share of the prize money, with recent winners taking home around $1.98 million.