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2022 PGA Championship host venue odds: The golf course favorite to host its first-ever major championship



With the 2022 PGA Championship moving from Trump National, there has been plenty of speculation about which course could now get the nod to host the event.

The bookmakers have been pricing up the options and per, Liberty National is in pole position to host its first-ever major championship, with odds as low as 2/1 for the New Jersey course to get the nod.

Next in the betting include Baltusrol, Southern Hills and Bethpage, while TPC Harding Park and Oak Hill Country Club listed at 14/1 and 20/1, respectively, currently have their odds locked pending an adjustment.

2022 PGA Championship – Host Venue odds

  • Liberty National Golf Club 2/1
  • Baltusrol Golf Club 5/2
  • Southern Hills Country Club 3/1
  • Bethpage Golf Course 4/1
  • Congressional Country Club 5/1
  • Aronimink Golf Club 8/1
  • The Olympic Club 10/1
  • Valhalla Golf Club 12/1
  • TPC Harding Park TBD
  • Oak Hill Country Club TBD

Which venue would you like to see host the 2022 PGA Championship, WRXers?

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Gianni is the Assistant Editor at GolfWRX. He can be contacted at [email protected] Follow him on Twitter @giannimosquito



  1. A. Commoner

    Jan 15, 2021 at 10:34 am

    “A Nation of Sheep” needs a re-read.

  2. S. Kaiser

    Jan 13, 2021 at 9:59 pm

    Oakland Hills would be a great choice for the 2022 PGA Championship..They just completed a renovation and it was the site of an exciting tournament back in 2008…. I hope that it will get some consideration.

  3. Jack Nash

    Jan 13, 2021 at 12:59 pm

    Maybe the newly Woke PGA Tour will suffer the same as the rest of the Pro Sports leagues by alienating 80 million Americans, or they haven’t thought that part totally thru yet? Time will tell.

    • Heat Miser

      Jan 13, 2021 at 2:12 pm

      Poor snowflakes! So bu**hurt when their savior loses a golf tourney. If only they were sad about half a million people in the ground…

      • TJ

        Jan 13, 2021 at 11:13 pm

        Um, the “savior” has no authority over the affairs of individual states. The governors do. Nevermind the poverty and ruined lives they caused with their rules for thee not for me mental illness. The “savior” went to his legal limit and didn’t interfere in state matters. Best to be educated before preaching moral righteousness.

        Enjoy your 5 minutes, Bolshie. You don’t want to know what happens when you try to do what you really want to do to us.

        • Steve

          Jan 14, 2021 at 1:39 am

          Imagine thinking someone is a communist just because they don’t like Trump. Quite sad, really.

          • Ted

            Jan 14, 2021 at 10:55 pm

            Torrey Pines North Course.

            Since the 2017 Farmers, it hasn’t been much easier than the South Course – maybe 1-2 strokes in spite of over 500 yards difference. It is much more playable and capable of being set up hard and fair.

  4. Joseph Greenberg

    Jan 13, 2021 at 10:14 am

    Maybe by 2022 SF gets a mulligan and hosts fans at my favorite course, The Olympic Club Lakeside.

  5. Euan Hardman

    Jan 13, 2021 at 7:15 am

    Something with narrow fairways lined by densely wooded jungle with undergrowth. Bunkers should be deep and steep. Then you might get a true champion.

    • phizzy

      Jan 13, 2021 at 2:54 pm

      Nobody wants to see a course set up that way and have the winning score be -2. That kills the ratings and makes for bad golf. I remember that one US Open when Retief Goosen won and shot -2. It was painful and boring to watch a bunch of the world’s best golfer struggle so bad because of the baked out greens.

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Report: Brooks Koepka splits with swing coach Claude Harmon III



Brooks Koepka has split with his swing coach Claude Harmon III, bringing to an end their successful 8 year relationship.

GolfWeek broke the news, with the swing instructor revealing in an interview with the publication that he and Brooks were no longer working together.

Per the report, Harmon told GolfWeek that the two parted ways two months ago, three days after the Masters in November: “I was informed on the Wednesday after the Masters that he wanted to go in a different direction.”

Harmon was informed of the split in a face-to-face meeting in Florida, and reached by GolfWeek by text, Koepka told the publication:

“I love Claude, we had a great run, and he’s still family to me, but unfortunately we’re not working together anymore”

Harmon helped Koepka win 4 major championships and reach the World Number One ranking in their time together.

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Is this the strangest putting stroke ever seen on the PGA Tour?



When it comes to putting, we all have our own little quirks and techniques, but during The American Express, one golfer took it to the next level displaying the oddest putting stroke you’ll see for some time.

Mark Hubbard was on his final hole during the second round of the event and knew that he was heading home from the event – comfortably missing the cut.

With that freedom in mind, Hubbard decided to have some fun and faced with a 10-foot putt for par, the 31-year-old hunched over – after doing an Elvis style little move – and placed his pinky just above the hosel.

Check out the bizarre moment here.

Hubbard missed the putt, and it was a moment that had golf fans on the Twittersphere truly baffled.


This is not a putting stroke I can see catching on!

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How much each player won at the 2021 American Express



Si-Woo Kim finished strong on Sunday to snatch victory at The American Express, and along with his third title on tour, the Korean takes home $1.2 million in prize money. Patrick Cantlay came up just short despite an incredible fourth-round run, and for his efforts, the 28-year-old earned $730,300.

With a total prize purse of $6.7 million up for grabs, here’s a look at how much each player who made the cut earned at the 2021 American Express.

1: Si Woo Kim, -23, $1,206,000

2: Patrick Cantlay, -22, $730,300

3: Cameron Davis, -21, $462,300

4: Tony Finau, -19, $328,300

T-5: Abraham Ancer, -15, $247,900

T-5: Michael Thompson, -15, $247,900

T-5: Doug Ghim, -15, $247,900

T-8: Ben An, -14, $189,275

T-8: Paul Casey, -14, $189,275

T-8: Francesco Molinari, -14, $189,275

T-8: Brian Harman, -14, $189,275

T-12: Henrik Norlander, -13, $137,350

T-12: Rory Sabbatini, -13, $137,350

T-12: Sungjae Im, -13, $137,350

T-12: Chase Seiffert, -13, $137,350

T-16: Bo Hoag, -12, $102,175

T-16: Chris Kirk, -12, $102,175

T-16: Ryan Armour, -12, $102,175

T-16: Gary Woodland, -12, $102,175

T-16: Russell Knox, -12, $102,175

T-21: Kramer Hickok, -11, $58,625

T-21: Branden Steele, -11, $58,625

T-21: Rickie Fowler, -11, $58,625

T-21: John Huh, -11, $58,625

T-21: Brandon Hagy, -11, $58,625

T-21: Andrew Putnam, -11, $58,625

T-21: Luke List, -11, $58,625

T-21: Talor Gooch, -11, $58,625

T-21: Matt Jones, -11, $58,625

T-21: Richy Werenski, -11, , $58,625

T-21: Max Homa, -11, $58,625

T-32: Kyle Stanley, -10, $38,257

T-32: James Hahn, -10, $38,256

T-32: Kyoung-Hoon Lee, -10, $38,257

T-32: Auastin Cook, -10, $38,257

T-32: Adam Hadwin, -10, $38,190

T-37: Bronson Burgoon, -9, $31,257

T-37: Adam Schenk, -9, $31,257

T-37: Emiliano Grillo, -9, $31,257

T-40: Josh Teater, -8, $25,125

T-40: Alex Noren, -8, $25,125

T-40: Jamie Lovemark, -8, $25,125

T-40: Rhein Gibson, -8, $25,125

T-40: Matthew Wolff, -8, $25,125

T-40: Roger Sloan, -8, $25,125

T-40: Tyler McCumber, -8, $25,125

T-47: Nick Taylor, -7, $17,777.34

T-47: Rob Oppenheim, -7, $17,777.34

T-47: Sam Ryder, -7, $17,777.33

T-47: Martin Laird, -7, $17,777.33

T-47: Brian Stuard, -7, $17,777.33

T-47: Harry Hall, -7, $17,777.33

53: Patton Kizzire, -6, $16,147

T-54: Charl Schwartzel, -5, $15,812

T-54: Wyndham Clark, -5, $15,812

T-56: Ben Martin, -4, $15,410

T-56: Tyler Duncan, -4, $15,410

T-56: Cameron Tringale, -4, $15,410

T-56: Erik van Rooyen, -4, $15,410

T-60: Jimmy Walker, -3, $15,008

T-60: Vaughn Taylor, -3, $15,008

T-62: Hank Lebioda, -2, $14,740

T-62: Zach Johnson, -2, $14,740

T-64: Andrew Landry, -1, $14,338

T-64: David Hearn, -1, $14,338

T-64: Will Gordon, -1, $14,338

T-64: Sebastian Cappelen, -1, $14,338

68: Nelson Ledesma, E, $14,003

69: Adam Long, +1, $13,869

70: Doc Redman, +2, $13,735

71: Maverick McNealy, +3, $13,601

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