2024 PGA Championship Final Round, Odds, Picks And Numbers To Know

Record scoring at the 2024 PGA Championship and Xander Schauffele (-15) and Collin Morikawa (-15) are co-leaders. I cover the 109th PGA Championship from tee-to-green in my golf coverage in Forbes. You can see my tournament matchup picks along with picks and props in my coverage in Forbes, and also Off Shore Gaming Association, where I add more PGA Championship picks.

That includes both Xander Schauffele (-15) and Rory McIlroy (-8) over Scottie Scheffler (-7) at big plus prices, and Xander to win his first major and PGA Championship outright.

Final Round Odds 2024 PGA Championship

Leading favorites and contenders golf odds from leading online sportsbooks refresh periodically and are subject to change, including on prop bets and live betting.

  • +250: Xander Schauffele (-15)
  • +260: Collin Morikawa (-15)
  • +650: Sahith Theegala (-14)
  • +650: Bryson DeChambeau (-13)
  • +750: Viktor Hovland (-13)
  • +1200: Shane Lowry (-13)
  • +4000: Justin Rose (-12)
  • +4000: Robert McIntyre (-12)
  • +6500: Dean Burmester (-11)
  • +8000: Justin Thom as (-10)
  • +12000: Tony Finau (-10)
  • +17000: Rory McIlroy (-8)

Final Round Picks

Check out my final round matchup picks and bets for the 2024 PGA Championship, which are updated in Forbes. Also, Justin Ray Golf has all the notes and numbers to know heading into the final round at Valhalla Golf Club in Louisville for the PGA Championship. That includes on the leaders, Xander Schauffele and Collin Morikawa below.

  • Xander Schauffele (-115) vs. Collin Morikawa (-110) – Bet Schauffele
  • Scottie Scheffler (-140) vs. Rory McIlroy (+110) – Bet McIlroy
  • Sahith Theegala (-110) vs. Shane Lowry (-110) – Bet Lowry

Schauffele: This is the second time Schauffele has led entering the final round of a major — he shared the lead entering the final round at Carnoustie in the 2018 Open. Schauffele, who led outright after each of the first two rounds, is the seventh man since 2000 to hold a share of the lead after Rounds 1, 2 and 3 at a PGA Championship. Four of the previous six went on to win. This is the fourth time in Schauffele’s career that he has been in the top five entering Sunday at a major — he did not break par in the final round in any of the previous three instances.

Morikawa: At 15 under par, Collin Morikawa is tied for the lead entering the final round of a major for the first time in his career. After missing each of his first three greens in regulation Saturday, Morikawa hit 12 of 15 the rest of the way, carding just a single bogey in his round. Renowned as one of the top iron players in the sport, Morikawa is tied for the lead despite ranking 24th in the field in strokes gained approach through three rounds. Instead, it’s been an excellent short game that’s led his charge; he tops the field this week in strokes gained around the green.

Morikawa is looking for his third career major championship victory in his 18th major start. It has been nearly 47 years since a player reached three major wins in 18 attempts or fewer. The last to do it was Tom Watson, who got his third major title in his 17th career start at the 1977 Open. Brooks Koepka and Tiger Woods won their third major in start No. 20, while Jordan Spieth did it in 19.

The only player in the PGA Championship stroke-play era (since 1958) to win the PGA Championship twice in his first five tries is Woods. Morikawa can join him with a win Sunday.

Update: Notes and numbers to know. Schauffele wins 2024 PGA Championship on 72nd hole with a 6-foot birdie putt. We cash in on Xander outright and in tournament and final round matchups.

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