Every PGA major has their own identity. The Masters has the Sunday drama at Amen Corner. The U.S Open has the highest degree of difficulty with its impossible conditions and the British Open brings that international, early-morning appeal with plenty of history. The PGA Championship is, of course, the final entry in golf’s majors and being so gives it a level of importance the fans love and the sports bettors deeply appreciate. It’s the season’s final opportunity for the best golfers in the world to pick up one of the big trophies and that brings plenty of action for all.
Unlike the other major golf championships, the PGA is the culmination of all of the sport’s story lines which makes for great sports gambling value. Who’s won already won a major? Who’s trying to repeat? Who’s played well in the previous majors and is looking to breakthrough?
Every golf wager is better the week of the PGA. The futures, the head-to-heads, and even the props all have added value just because this is the last major. At this point in the year and with three majors in the rear view, the betting lines are as informed as they can be and, therefore, the best they can be.