What Odds Can You Get on Tiger Woods at the PGA Championship?

Date IconLast Updated: Sep 28th, 2022
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What Odds Can You Get on Tiger Woods at the PGA Championship?
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Tiger Woods already confirmed his intentions to tee it up at St. Andrews for The Open following his return to the Masters.

For golf betting players, it appears Woods might be preparing to take part in another major.

The U.S. Open announced on Twitter that Woods has filed an entry to this year’s event. But it remains to be determined if Woods will play, but filing an entry is the first sign he could play at The Country Club in Brookline, Massachusetts.

The deadline to file for entry was Wednesday. Filing for entry only leaves open the possibility Woods can play. It does not guarantee he will show up.

In a post-round interview with CBS, Woods reiterated he will not be playing anything close to a full PGA Tour schedule, instead electing to focus on the marquee events.

He told Sky Sports he plans to play at St. Andrews but remains uncertain about the PGA Championship being played at Southern Hills in Tulsa, Oklahoma from May 19-22.

"I don't know if it'll be Southern Hills or not, but I am looking forward to St. Andrews,” Woods said to Sky Sports. “That is something that is near and dear to my heart. I've won two Opens there. It's the home of golf. It's my favorite golf course in the world, so I will be there for that one. But anything in between that, I don't know."

The U.S. Open’s announcement was the first news surrounding Woods and the tournament. He also committed to the JP McManus Pro-Am in Limerick, Ireland on July 4-5 the week before the Open.

Woods’ Current Odds for the Majors

Betting boards currently have Woods listed for the three remaining majors. At FanDuel Sportsbook, Woods is +6000 to win the PGA Championship, +5000 for the U.S. Open and +5000 for The Open.

DraftKings Sportsbook lists Woods at +4000 to win the PGA, +5000 for the U.S. Open and +4000 for The Open.

Woods has won The Open twice at St. Andrews, winning by a combined 13 strokes in 2000 and 2005. He also was victorious at the 2007 PGA Championship which was also held at Southern Hills.