Golf Betting Tips: USPGA Championship 2022
USPGA Championship Betting Tips
We're off to Southern Hills Country Club for the second major of 2022 as last year's surprise winner Phil Mickelson will unfortunately not take part this year due to injury.
Rahm Ready To Roar
It's safe to say that after a slow start to the season Jon Rahm has bounced back to form of late and looks primed for strong summer of golf. The World No.2 did not exactly kick on after breaking his major duct at the US Open last year, but he did bag his first victory since that iconic win at the Maxico Open three weeks ago.
The Spainard arrives in brilliant form on the back of that first win in almost a year and also has some quality USPGA Championship results in his locker with three top fourteen finishes from his last four efforts.
Rahm looks certain to be in the mix again and the current price of 11/1 with Paddy Power, who are paying an attractive 10 each way places, is too tempting to resist.
Back Jon Rahm each way at 11/1 with Paddy Power
Spieth Can Complete Career Slam
Jordan Spieth has been trying to complete an amazing career grand slam for the past five years but never will the "Golden Child" have a better chance of achieving that feat than this year?.
After winning for the first time in four years at the Valero Texas Open last year, Spieth has continued his rich vein of form this season with a host of quality finishes including most recently a victory at the RBC Heritage followed by a runner up finish last week in his home-state which should tee him up nicely for Southern Hills.
With no shortage of major experience, Spieth looks tailor-made for this week's assignment and he makes plenty of appeal with William Hill at 18/1, who are paying nine places each way.
Back Jordan Spieth each way at 18/1 with William Hill
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Kokrak Flying Under the Radar
Jason Kokrak has definitely slipped under the radar for this year's event based on his odds of 100/1.
Similar to Spieth, he has some quality Texas form with a brace of wins last year at the Charles Schwab Challenge and the Houston Open. Kokrak also arrives in decent form with good performances at the Masters and AT&T Byron Nelson, he also ranks highly in driving distance and scrambling which are the key attributes needed for Southern Hills.
The 36-year-old has some quality neighbouring state course form to boast so the 3-time PGA Tour champion should enjoy the trip to Oaklahoma. The current 100/1 price with 888sport, who are paying eight each way places, looks like a standout bet as Kokrak aims to break his major duck.
Back Jason Kokrak each way at 100/1 with 888Sport
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