WhichBookie racing analyst Will Smith provides a preview and two each-way selections for the sponsored card at Fontwell Park on Wednesday 20th October
The US PGA Tournament is played over 4 days and gets underway on Thursday with all the action available to watch live on Sky Sports. The par 70 TPC Harding Park course in San Francisco is the venue for golf’s first major of 2020 and UK bookmakers are offering some amazing each way betting terms on this year’s USPGA Championship.
There was a time when bookmakers could get away with offering standard each way terms on golf tournaments of ¼ odds for 4 places but online betting is now so much more competitive and golf betting is particularly competitive around the major Championships giving punters a great opportunity to find some value bets.
The stand out each way terms for the 2020 US PGA tournament are with Skybet , William Hill, Betfred and Boylesports. See below for odds on the top 10 players in the market and the each way terms from each of these bookies:
|SkyBet||William Hill||Betfair||Paddy Power||Betfred||Boylesports|
|Each Way Places||11||9||10||10||9||10|
|Each Way Terms||1/5||1/5||1/5||1/5||1/5||1/5|
The each way terms on offer here are undoubtedly the best that have ever been offered for a golf championship and many of the top players can be backed each way at very attractive odds.
Live on Sky Sports all four days, starting at 18:00 on Thursday.
Be aware that as California is on the west coast of America it has a Pacific Daylight time zone, which is eight hours behind British Summer Time. A 2pm local tee time means a 10pm tee time for UK viewers. Be prepared for some late nights.
Justin Thomas – Best Odds 10/1 deserves to be favourite after winning last weekend’s St Jude Classic in great style and is now World No.1
Brooks Koepka – Best Odds 10/1 has won the last two US PGA Championships and clearly back to top form after 2nd last weekend.
Jon Rahm – Best Odds 14/1 has winning form from 2 weeks ago at the Memorial Tournament at Muirfield Village and probably best player not to have yet won a Major
Rory McIlroy – Best Odds 14/1 has won earlier this season and finished last year in great form. Not at his best however since the re-start
Bryson DeChambeau – Best Odds 16/1 has a string of Top 10 finishes this year and won the 3M Open . Poor record comparatively in Majors
Xander Schauffele – Best Odds 20/1 has 5 Top 10 finishes in 11 Majors so far and finished 6th last weekend to show he is moving in to top form
Dustin Johnson – Best Odds 22/1 – big hitter which will be important at TPC Harding Park and regular winner of the top Tournaments
Tiger Woods – Best Odds 33/1 – has won 15 Majors including last years Masters and has won the WGC at Harding Park in 2005
The stage is set for a great weekend of golf and the bookies are certainly giving everyone a chance with the very generous each way terms on offer . As always, bet responsibly and enjoy !