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2014 PGA Championship Betting Odds

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Who’s your pick this week for the PGA Championship?

The professionals like Rory McIlroy (5/1), whose current hot streak includes back-to-back victories at The Open Championship and the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational. Those two wins have earned the 25-year-old the No. 1 spot in the Official World Golf Rankings, surpassing the next betting favorite, Adam Scott (12/1).

Below, we’ve listed the updated odds for those players as well as the rest of the 2014 PGA Championship from three sources — Bovada, Vegas Insider and Golfodds.com —  to help you make the best possible decisions for office pool or however else you might be celebrating the year’s final major.

Bovada 

Rory McIlroy 5/1
Adam Scott 12/1
Justin Rose 16/1
Sergio Garcia 16/1
Phil Mickelson 20/1
Rickie Fowler 20/1
Henrik Stenson 25/1
Keegan Bradley 28/1
Matt Kuchar 28/1
Tiger Woods 28/1
Bubba Watson 33/1
Jim Furyk 33/1
Charl Schwartzel 35/1
Jordan Spieth 35/1
Graeme McDowell 40/1
Martin Kaymer 40/1
Brandt Snedeker 50/1
Hideki Matsuyama 50/1
Jason Day 50/1
Jimmy Walker 50/1
Marc Leishman 50/1
Hunter Mahan 66/1
Jason Dufner 66/1
Lee Westwood 66/1
Ryan Moore 66/1
Zach Johnson 66/1
Angel Cabrera 80/1
Luke Donald 80/1
Patrick Reed 80/1
Steve Stricker 80/1
Victor Dubuisson 80/1
Webb Simpson 80/1
Bill Haas 100/1
Brendon Todd 100/1
Gary Woodland 100/1
Graham Delaet 100/1
Harris English 100/1
Ian Poulter 100/1
J.B. Holmes 100/1
Louis Oosthuizen 100/1
Nick Watney 100/1
Paul Casey 100/1
Robert Karlsson 100/1
Francesco Molinari 125/1
Geoff Ogilvy 125/1
Kevin Na 125/1
Shane Lowry 125/1
Thomas Bjorn 125/1
Billy Horschel 150/1
Brendan Steele 150/1
Brendon De Jonge 150/1
Brian Harman 150/1
Brooks Koepka 150/1
Chris Kirk 150/1
Ernie Els 150/1
Jamie Donaldson 150/1
John Senden 150/1
Matteo Manassero 150/1
Miguel Angel Jimenez 150/1
Russell Knox 150/1
Stephen Gallacher 150/1
Tim Clark 150/1
Charles Howell III 200/1
Charley Hoffman 200/1
Chris Wood 200/1
Edoardo Molinari 200/1
Fredrik Jacobson 200/1
George Coetzee 200/1
Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano 200/1
Jason Kokrak 200/1
Jonas Blixt 200/1
Joost Luiten 200/1
K.J. Choi 200/1
Kevin Chappell 200/1
Kevin Stadler 200/1
Matt Jones 200/1
Rafael Cabrera -Bello 200/1
Ryan Palmer 200/1
Scott Brown 200/1
Scott Piercy 200/1
Seung-yul Noh 200/1
Stewart Cink 200/1
Thongchai Jaidee 200/1
Thorbjorn Olesen 200/1
Bernd Wiesberger 250/1
Boo Weekley 250/1
Branden Grace 250/1
Cameron Tringale 250/1
Chris Stroud 250/1
Daniel Summerhays 250/1
Danny Willett 250/1
David Hearn 250/1
David Toms 250/1
Erik Compton 250/1
George Mcneill 250/1
Jerry Kelly 250/1
Kenny Perry 250/1
Marc Warren 250/1
Matt Every 250/1
Pablo Larrazabal 250/1
Padraig Harrington 250/1
Pat Perez 250/1
Rory Sabbatini 250/1
Ross Fisher 250/1
Russell Henley 250/1
Ryo Ishikawa 250/1
Ben Crane 300/1
Brian Stuard 300/1
Colin Montgomerie 300/1
Darren Clarke 300/1
Davis Love III 300/1
Fabrizio Zanotti 300/1
Jason Bohn 300/1
Kevin Streelman 300/1
Mikko Ilonen 300/1
Richard Sterne 300/1
Roberto Castro 300/1
Scott Stallings 300/1
Steven Bowditch 300/1
Tommy Fleetwood 300/1
Vijay Singh 300/1
Will Mackenzie 300/1
Chesson Hadley 400/1
Koumei Oda 400/1
Alexander Levy 500/1
Anirban Lahiri 500/1
Hideto Tanihara 500/1
John Daly 500/1
Kim Hyung-Sung 500/1
Kiradech Aphibarnrat 500/1
Tom Watson 500/1
Yong-Eun Yang 500/1
Aaron Krueger 1000/1
Mark Brooks 1000/1
Rich Beem 1000/1
Shaun Micheel 1000/1
Brian Norman 1500/1
David Tentis 1500/1
Frank Esposito 1500/1
Jamie Broce 1500/1
Jim Mc Govern 1500/1
Johan Kok 1500/1
Steve Schneiter 1500/1
Stuart Deane 1500/1
David Hronek 2000/1
David McNabb 2000/1
Dustin Volk 2000/1
Eric Williamson 2000/1
Matt Pesta 2000/1
Michael Block 2000/1
Rob Corcoran 2000/1
Rod Perry 2000/1
Ryan Helminen 2000/1
Bob Sowards 2500/1

 

Vegas Insider

Rory McIlroy 11/2
Adam Scott 12/1
Sergio Garcia 20/1
Phil Mickelson 20/1
Justin Rose 25/1
Henrik Stenson 25/1
Matt Kuchar 25/1
Rickie Fowler 25/1
Jordan Spieth 30/1
Bubba Watson 35/1
Keegan Bradley 35/1
Jason Day 40/1
Jim Furyk 40/1
Graeme McDowell 45/1
Martin Kaymer 50/1
Jason Dufner 50/1
Brandt Snedeker 50/1
Zach Johnson 50/1
Charl Schwartzel 50/1
Marc Leishman 60/1
Hunter Mahan 60/1
Jimmy Walker 60/1
Lee Westwood 65/1
Webb Simpson 65/1
Hideki Matsuyama 65/1
Angel Cabrera 80/1
Steve Stricker 80/1
Gary Woodland 85/1
Louis Oosthuizen 85/1
Victor Dubuisson 85/1
Ryan Moore 85/1
Ian Poulter 85/1
Brendon Todd 85/1
JB Holmes 85/1
Graham DeLaet 100/1
Luke Donald 100/1
Patrick Reed 100/1
Bill Haas 100/1
Harris English 115/1
Nick Watney 125/1
Paul Casey 125/1
Francesco Molinari 125/1
Jonas Blixt 125/1
Jamie Donaldson 135/1
Ryan Palmer 135/1
Chris Kirk 150/1
Ernie Els 150/1
Miguel Angel Jimenez 150/1
Shane Lowry 150/1
Matteo Manassero 150/1
Billy Horschel 150/1
John Senden 150/1
Kevin Streelman 165/1
Bo Van Pelt 165/1
Thomas Bjorn 165/1
Brooks Koepka 165/1
Stephen Gallacher 165/1
Kevin Na 165/1
Matt Every 165/1
Brendon de Jonge 165/1
Seung-Yul Noh 200/1
Thorbjorn Olesen 200/1
Joost Luiten 200/1
Charles Howell III 200/1
Freddie Jacobson 200/1
Charley Hoffman 200/1
Padraig Harrington 200/1
Pablo Larrazabal 215/1
Branden Grace 215/1
Matt Jones 215/1
Kevin Stadler 215/1
Kenny Perry 215/1
Boo Weekley 215/1
Brian Harman 215/1
Thongchai Jaidee 215/1
Bernd Wiesberger 215/1
Richard Sterne 215/1
George Coetzee 215/1
KJ Choi 215/1
Russell Henley 215/1
Chesson Hadley 215/1
Ben Crane 215/1
Mikko Ilonen 250/1
Ryo Ishikawa 250/1
Steven Bowditch 265/1
Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano 265/1
Davis Love III 265/1
Vijay Singh 265/1
Scott Stallings 265/1
Scott Piercy 265/1
David Toms 265/1
YE Yang 350/1
Roberto Castro 350/1
Marc Warren 350/1
Darren Clarke 350/1
Colin Montgomerie 350/1
John Daly 500/1

 

Golfodds.com

Rory McIlroy 5/1
Adam Scott 12/1
Tiger Woods 40/1
Phil Mickelson 20/1
Justin Rose 20/1
Henrik Stenson 25/1
Martin Kaymer 40/1
Sergio Garcia 15/1
Rickie Fowler 20/1
Jordan Spieth 30/1
Dustin Johnson XX
Matt Kuchar 20/1
Jason Day 50/1
Bubba Watson 30/1
Jason Dufner 60/1
Jim Furyk 30/1
Graeme McDowell 40/1
Keegan Bradley 25/1
Zach Johnson 50/1
Charl Schwartzel 30/1
Brandt Snedeker 50/1
Lee Westwood 50/1
Jimmy Walker 50/1
Luke Donald 100/1
Hunter Mahan 50/1
Webb Simpson 60/1
Hideki Matsuyama 50/1
Steve Stricker 80/1
Ian Poulter 80/1
Louis Oosthuizen 80/1
Ryan Moore 60/1
Gary Woodland 80/1
Brendon Todd 80/1
Bill Haas 100/1
Angel Cabrera 80/1
Victor Dubuisson 80/1
Patrick Reed 80/1
Harris English 100/1
Graham DeLaet 80/1
Marc Leishman 50/1
Ernie Els 150/1
Francesco Molinari 125/1
Miguel Angel Jimenez 150/1
Jonas Blixt 125/1
Shane Lowry 150/1
Paul Casey 125/1
J.B. Holmes 80/1
Matteo Manassero 150/1
Billy Horschel 150/1
Jamie Donaldson 125/1
Nick Watney 100/1
John Senden 150/1
Chris Kirk 150/1
Thomas Bjorn 125/1
Ryo Ishikawa 250/1
Seung-Yul Noh 200/1
Brooks Koepka 200/1
Mikko Ilonen 250/1
Stephen Gallacher 150/1
Thorbjorn Olesen 250/1
Joost Luiten 200/1
Charles Howell III 200/1
Freddie Jacobson 200/1
Kevin Na 150/1
Charley Hoffman 200/1
Ryan Palmer 125/1
Brendon de Jonge 200/1
Padraig Harrington 250/1
Matt Every 250/1
Kevin Streelman 250/1
Bo Van Pelt XX
Russell Henley 250/1
Chesson Hadley 300/1
Kevin Stadler 200/1
Matt Jones 250/1
Ben Crane 250/1
K.J. Choi 200/1
Branden Grace 250/1
George Coetzee 200/1
Pablo Larrazabal 300/1
Richard Sterne 250/1
Bernd Wiesberger 250/1
Thongchai Jaidee 250/1
Brian Harman 150/1
Boo Weekley 250/1
Kenny Perry 200/1
David Toms 250/1
Scott Piercy 250/1
Davis Love III 300/1
Vijay Singh 300/1
Scott Stallings 300/1
Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano 250/1
Steven Bowditch 300/1
Marc Warren 500/1
Roberto Castro 300/1
Y.E. Yang 500/1
Darren Clarke 500/1
Colin Montgomerie 500/1
John Daly 500/1
Field (all others) 20/1

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Keegan Bradley Puts Srixon Z-Forged Blades in the bag

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This week at the BMW Championship, Srixon staff member Keegan Bradley switched irons from the cult classic Z745 to the company’s current Z-Forged blade irons.

For most players, an iron change is not something you would do during the playoffs, but when talking to the team at Srixon, Keegan had been trying to replace his set for a little while. The Z745s were getting on in years and with recent swing changes, he was also looking for more consistent numbers and distance control. That’s an impressive request from one of the top-50 ballstrikers on tour

Let’s take a quick look at his stats

  • 12th in Proximity to Hole with an average distance of 34.2″
  • 16th in Strokes Gained Approach with .642
  • 38th in Greens in Regulation at 68.45%

His new Z-Forged Iron setup is 4-PW with Nippon Tour 120 X shafts.

Although Keegan started the BMW Championship in 66th place in the FedEx Cup Playoffs, he still has a chance of making it to the Tour Championship with a solid weekend in Chicago.

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10 interesting photos from the 2019 BMW Championship

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GolfWRX has an assortment of photos from the 2019 BMW Championship at Medinah Country Club in Medinah, Illinois, including in-hand photos of equipment, shots from the range, and WITB looks at the likes of Rickie Fowler, Phil Mickelson, Rory McIlroy, Jason Day, and more.

Here are a few of the most interesting shots from Medinah.

Not familiar with “The Johnny Appleseed of American Golf?” Acquaint yourself!

On the first tee at the BMW Championship…a BMW

The Phil Mickelson calf game is strong, per usual

An in-hand look at the new Scotty Cameron Teryllium TNP 2 (more here)

A Bettinardi tour putter cover

It takes a village…

The flatstick that rolled in the winning put at the first FEC playoff event…

Fairway Jesus with the Nike high socks and Roshe combo 

Rory McIlroy’s TaylorMade Spider putter cover feature a spider holding a championship belt, of course…

Phil Mickelson’s 64-degree PM Grind 2.0 wedge 

All our photos from the 2019 BMW Championship

General galleries 

WITBs

 

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Tiger Woods opts for lead tape on his Newport 2 rather than a heavier putter: Here’s why it makes sense

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After days of speculation about which putter Tiger Woods might end up with an attempt to tame the greens at Royal Portrush, we now officially know he settled on his old faithful GSS Scotty Cameron but with a twist—some added lead tape.

The whole reason the speculation was in high gear early in the week was because of Tiger was spotted with a new custom Scotty that had the Studio Select weights in the sole to increase head weight to help with slow greens, something Tiger has talked about in the past—especially when it comes to the greens at The Open Championship.

We can even look back a few years ago when Tiger finally put a Nike putter in play, the original Method (those were nice putters) and talked about both the increased head weight and the grooves on the face to help get the ball rolling on slower greens.

The decision to stick with the old faithful with added lead tape goes beyond just a comfort level, even if the two putters look the same at address, it’s about feel and MOI around the axis.

Let me explain. Sure the putter heads weight the same, but depending on where the mass is located it will change the MOI. The putter with the Select weights vs. lead tape in the middle will have a higher MOI because there is more weight on the perimeter of the head—it’s like a blade vs. cavity back iron. Sure, two 7-irons can weigh the same but the performance will vary significantly.

For a player with such deft feel like Tiger Woods, any change like that can could cause doubt. Tweaking an already great putting stroke and on the eve of the last major of the year is not really something you want to do, which is why it isn’t surprising he stuck with his legendary Newport 2.

Lead tape in the middle allows Tiger to increase the head weight with very little change to the natural rate of rotation for hit putter and hopefully manage the slower Portrush greens better.

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