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PGA Championship contingency 2016: Dustin Johnson, Rory McIlroy among favorites during Baltusrol

What large three? At a start of a week in Baltusrol, Dustin Johnson is your ever-so-slight favorite to win a PGA Championship. DJ has substantially had a many unchanging vital championship season, and while a Big Three have left 0-for-3, a large hitter did get on a house with his initial pretension during Oakmont. He’s arguably had a strongest summer of any actor in a universe and he comes to a final vital of a deteriorate as an 8/1 favorite, only forward of that contingent of Jason Day, Rory McIlroy, and Jordan Spieth.

Day is still universe No. 1 notwithstanding descending off a bit in his final 5 PGA Tour events after a vehement midseason. He starts a week during 9/1 to win his second vital — somewhat behind DJ and and even with McIlroy.

Spieth, final year’s two-major winner, is still among golf’s supposed “Big Three,” during No. 3 in a world, and comes in during 12/1. Meanwhile, newly crowned (just dual weeks ago) British Open titleholder Henrik Stenson is during 15/1. He and Phil Mickelson ran divided from everybody else in Scotland, though as a long-lived vital runner-up, Lefty enters a week during 20/1. It was Mickelson, however, who took a PGA a final time it visited Baltusrol in 2005.

Day substantially offers a closest thing to a Tiger Woods sighting during a PGA, as a oft-injured Aussie has channeled his sensei’s mentoring into 3 victories in 2016, including The Players Championship. He finished T22 during Royal Troon, where Stenson’s 20-under tied his 2015 PGA record for vital measure relations to par.

Day unsuccessful to urge during final week’s Canadian Open, where he ran adult a T14 to Johnson’s T2 on Sunday. Though conjunction large hitter pulled down a prize North of a Border, a golf gods might grin and provide us to a JD-DJ final-round pairing come this Sunday as a run-up to a Jason-Dustin-Jordan-Rory-less Rio.

The contingency might be in their favor, though it’s golf, so anything can occur on Any Given Sunday, and a correct guys are giving some adore to Spieth, notwithstanding his violation standard only once during Troon and finishing T30.

Indeed, Spieth and McIlroy could use some vital extract to rebound behind from controversial, if not particularly, successful weeks in a U.K. The former might have dual wins and 5 other tip 10s this season, though he’s also put adult some stinkers, including a missed cut during The Players and a T37 during his inhabitant championship during Oakmont.

A T5 during a British might sound good, though McIlroy has a box of third-round-itis, starting with that Saturday 77 during Augusta and, many recently, a 73 during Royal Troon. He took a lot of feverishness for his brutally honest opinions about his arriving no-show for a Olympics and could use a fifth vital delight to accelerate his recognition as good as his confidence.

They’re all tip players during a tip of a house but, with such low contingency in such an indeterminate competition in a vital contest squeezed in between a British and Rio, a value might not be there for any of them.

Here are your contingency for a margin as a PGA Championship kicks off (via GolfOdds.com):

Dustin Johnson — 8/1
Jason Day — 9/1
Rory McIlroy — 9/1
Jordan Spieth — 12/1
Henrik Stenson — 15/1
Phil Mickelson — 20/1
Sergio Garcia — 25/1
Adam Scott — 30/1
Justin Rose — 30/1
Bubba Watson — 30/1
Rickie Fowler — 40/1
Branden Grace — 40/1
Matt Kuchar — 40/1
Patrick Reed — 40/1
Brooks Koepka — 50/1
Louis Oosthuizen — 50/1
Zach Johnson — 50/1
Jim Furyk — 50/1
Charl Schwartzel — 50/1
Brandt Snedeker — 50/1
Danny Willett — 60/1
Hideki Matsuyama — 60/1
Martin Kaymer — 60/1
J.B. Holmes — 60/1
Lee Westwood — 80/1
Jason Dufner — 80/1
Bill Haas — 80/1
Steve Stricker — 80/1
Shane Lowry — 100/1
Justin Thomas — 100/1
Rafael Cabrera-Bello — 100/1
Marc Leishman — 100/1
Kevin Chappell — 100/1
Tony Finau — 100/1
Scott Piercy — 100/1
Gary Woodland — 100/1
Paul Casey — 125/1
Keegan Bradley — 125/1
Andy Sullivan — 125/1
Russell Knox — 125/1
Jimmy Walker — 125/1
Webb Simpson — 125/1
Daniel Berger — 125/1
Danny Lee — 125/1
Francesco Molinari — 125/1
Kevin Na — 125/1
Emiliano Grillo — 125/1
Matthew Fitzpatrick — 150/1
David Lingmerth — 150/1
Kevin Kisner — 150/1
Graeme McDowell — 150/1
Billy Horschel — 150/1
Soren Kjeldsen — 150/1
Harris English — 150/1
Charley Hoffman — 150/1
Jhonattan Vegas — 150/1
Chris Wood — 200/1
Byeong Hun An — 200/1
Luke Donald — 200/1
Andrew Johnston — 200/1
Ryan Moore — 200/1
Ryan Palmer — 200/1
Alex Noren — 200/1
Thomas Pieters — 200/1
Chris Kirk — 200/1
Brendan Steele — 200/1
Tyrrell Hatton — 200/1
Russell Henley — 200/1
William McGirt — 200/1
Padraig Harrington — 200/1
Kevin Streelman — 200/1
Smylie Kaufman — 250/1
Ernie Els — 250/1
Anirban Lahiri — 250/1
Joost Luiten — 250/1
Bernd Wiesberger — 250/1
Kyle Reifers — 250/1
Matt Jones — 250/1
Colt Knost — 250/1
Jason Kokrak — 250/1
Si Woo Kim — 250/1
Aaron Baddeley — 250/1
James Hahn — 250/1
Bryce Molder — 250/1
K.J. Choi — 250/1
Nicolas Colsaerts — 250/1
Daniel Summerhays — 250/1
Jonas Blixt — 250/1
Victor Dubuisson — 300/1
Thongchai Jaidee — 300/1
Thorbjorn Olesen — 300/1
Jamie Donaldson — 300/1
Jamie Lovemark — 300/1
Jeunghun Wang — 300/1
Kyung-Tae Kim — 300/1
Kiradech Aphibarnrat — 300/1
George Coetzee — 300/1
Robert Streb — 300/1
David Toms — 300/1
Roberto Castro — 300/1
Patton Kizzire — 300/1
Vijay Singh — 300/1
Scott Hend — 300/1
Harold Varner III — 300/1
Freddie Jacobson — 300/1
Jim Herman — 300/1
Gregory Bourdy — 300/1
Ross Fisher — 300/1
Troy Merritt — 300/1
John Senden — 300/1
Younghan Song — 300/1
Brandon Stone — 300/1
Cameron Tringale — 300/1
Billy Hurley III — 500/1
Marcus Fraser — 500/1
Rikard Karlberg — 500/1
Jason Bohn — 500/1
Y.E. Yang — 500/1
Hideto Tanihara — 500/1
Soomin Lee — 500/1
Jon Curran — 500/1
Peter Malnati — 500/1
Greg Chalmers — 500/1
Fabian Gomez — 500/1
Brian Stuard — 500/1
Yuta Ikeda — 500/1
Vaughn Taylor — 500/1
Kristoffer Broberg — 500/1
Bradley Dredge — 500/1
James Morrison — 500/1
Zac Blair — 500/1
Darren Clarke — 1000/1
John Daly — 2000/1
Rocco Mediate — 2000/1
Rich Beem — 2000/1
Shaun Micheel — 2000/1
Omar Uresti — 2000/1
Rod Perry — 2000/1
Matt Dobyns — 2000/1
Rob Labritz — 2000/1
Rick Schuller — 2000/1
Michael Block — 2000/1
Mitch Lowe — 2000/1
Tommy Sharp — 2000/1
Joe Summerhays — 2000/1
Wyatt Worthington II — 2000/1
Brad Ott — 2000/1
Mark Brown — 2000/1
Brian Gaffney — 2000/1
Ben Polland — 2000/1
Rich Berberian — 2000/1
Ryan Helminen — 2000/1
Josh Speight — 2000/1
Brad Lardon — 2000/1
Johan Kok — 2000/1
David Muttitt — 2000/1

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