Tiger Woods PGA Championship Odds 2024

Last Updated: May 15, 2024

The 2024 PGA Championship will tee off on Thursday, May 16, at the famed Valhalla Golf Club in Louisville, Kentucky.

As with every major championship on the golf calendar, the world’s best players and biggest names will be there trying to raise the trophy.

While Tiger Woods hasn’t been the mainstay on the PGA Tour and in major championships he used to be, for various reasons, he will be playing at Valhalla this week and attempting to win his 16th career major.

Tiger Woods History at The PGA Championship

Four of Tiger’s 15 career major titles have come at the PGA Championship, and his second one came at this very same course.

In 2000, Woods defeated Bob May in a playoff to earn the victory, his third in his famous “Tiger Slam” that would be completed at the 2001 Masters. It was also his second consecutive PGA Championship victory.

Tiger then repeated that same feat, winning back-to-back PGA Championships in 2006 and 2007.

Will Tiger Woods Play at the 2024 PGA Championship?

Yes, Tiger will be playing in this year’s PGA Championship. He has earned a permanent exemption because he has previously won the tournament.

Tiger Woods 2024 Masters Prop Bets

All golf odds used for these Tiger Woods prop bets are current as of Wednesday, May 15, and courtesy of FanDuel Sportsbook.

Tiger Woods to Make The Cut (+154)

Tiger’s finish at Augusta last month wasn’t pretty, but he was fairly solid through the tournament’s first two days to make the cut.

Being a former winner of this tournament at this course, you should feel confident taking Tiger to make the cut this week.

Getting plus-money odds represents great value for the field’s most experienced and successful player.

Tiger Woods to Finish in the Top 20 (+480), Top 10 (+950), or Top 5 (+1800)

It’s been five years since Tiger won his last major, the 2019 Masters, so it’s easy to see why his top-five and top-10 finish odds are pretty long here.

Tiger’s stamina will always be the question moving forward. His body doesn’t always hold up, and even if he plays well in the first two rounds and makes the cut, we have seen him falter over the weekends in recent years.

I think Tiger’s history at this course should provide him some benefit of the doubt, but the same could be said, and then some at Augusta, and we know how that played out in April.

It could be worth sprinkling a little bit on a top-20 finish, but outside of that, it is tough to justify until he can prove his body is fully back on the right path.

Tiger Woods to be the First-Round Leader (+11000)

These are some of the longest odds on any Tiger props.

Even at his best, he wasn’t always the first-round leader in majors. That certainly didn’t stop him from winning, though.

In recent years, we’ve seen a more conservative Tiger in the opening round. For this to happen, we would have to see a vintage Tiger that we haven’t seen in a long time.

Even in his 2019 Masters win, Tiger didn’t grab the lead until the final round.

Tiger Woods to Make a Hole-in-One (+10000)

The odds here don’t exactly line up for me.

Tiger has a much more realistic chance of leading after the opening round than making a hole-in-one, yet the odds tell a different story.

Tiger hasn’t made a hole-in-one on tour since 1998, meaning that even when he was far and away the most dominant golfer in history for over a decade straight, he still didn’t have an ace.

This prop is a pass.

Tiger Woods Odds to Win the 2024 PGA Championship (+40000)

The odds are long here, and for good reason.

Tiger hasn’t truly looked himself on the course in a while. He does have the advantage of being a previous winner at Valhalla, but that can only take him so far.

His body and stamina will have to hold up, on top of playing some of the best golf of his career out of nowhere. It’s always fun to put a little money on Tiger, especially if you grew up watching him, and he helped introduce you to golf, so I’ll never hate on anyone for wetting the beak a bit on a Tiger win bet.

After all, many people said the same thing I did ahead of the 2019 Masters, and Tiger made them eat their words. I’d be thrilled to do the same come Sunday afternoon.

Tiger Woods’s Future on the PGA Tour

Tiger’s future on the PGA Tour is murky.

The number of events he plays in is limited and depends on what his body can handle.

He has claimed he’d like to play in all four majors and maybe as much as one other tournament per month on tour moving forward, but even he understands that comes with a caveat that won’t go away.

Will Tiger Woods Play in the U.S. Open?

Tiger plans to play in the 2024 U.S. Open at Pinehurst, another of his favorite courses.

If he is healthy, expect him to tee it up and vie for his fourth U.S. Open victory.


David Kaestle

David is an Editor and Senior Social Media Manager for The Game Day. Previously, he worked as an editor for FanDuel, covering sports betting and fantasy sports, with a focus on the NBA, NFL, college basketball, golf, boxing, and horse racing. David is a born-and-raised New Yorker and a fan of all the blue-blood hometown teams.

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