If you are expecting the PGA Championship 2019, you will surely want to keep updated with the exciting information related to the event. As one of the most popular golf sports events, you can’t overlook the critical information like payout, field, players, odds, and picks. If you are an avid golf fan, you will not miss the 101st PGA Championship that will span from May 16 to May 19, at Black Course in Bethpage State Park on Long Island, Farmingdale, New York. In this page, you will see new information including the payout, field, players, odds, and picks.
PGA Championship 2019 Payout
Folks have been discussing the possible payout in the PGA Championship 2019. The good thing here is that the insiders have shared clues and hints on the number of the purse. Back then, the purse can be as large as $10,500,000. The fund would increase significantly.
PGA Championship 2019, like other PGA events, is one of the most prestigious events that come with large purses. The officials have shared the hints that the entire bag can be $12.5 million in total. This number will be split to the players who deserve it. The current winner record is $2.25 million. It took place at PGA Championship 2017 wherein the event had $12 Million in the total purse. At the same year, Masters tournament has the second largest purse in the golf.
It is a month away from the actual event from happening. Experts and viewers believe that it is not the final number. Who knows, the officials could change their decisions and make few changes in the funding. The purses can either increase or decrease depending on a few factors including the sponsoring conditions, ticketing, and many more.
PGA Championship 2019 Field list and players
The field is at Black Course in Bethpage State Park, located at Long Island in Farmingdale, New York.
Here is the list of the players register and qualify for the 2019 PGA Championship. See if there is your favorite player listed.
- A Byeong Hun – REPUBLIC OF KOREA
- Ancer, Abraham – MEXICO
- Aphibarnrat, Kiradech – THAILAND
- Beem, Rich – Austin, Texas
- Berger, Daniel – Jupiter, Fla.
- Bjerregaard, Lucas – DENMARK
- Bjork, Alexander – SWEDEN
- Bradley, Keegan – Woodstock, Vt.
- Cabrera Bello, Rafa – SPAIN
- Campillo, Jorge – SPAIN
- Casey, Paul – ENGLAND
- Champ, Cameron – Sacramento, Calif.
- Cink, Stewart – Duluth, Ga.
- Daly, John – Dardanelle, Ark.
- Day, Jason – AUSTRALIA
- DeChambeau, Bryson – Clovis, Calif.
- Dufner, Jason – Auburn, Ala.
- Finau, Tony – Lehi, Utah
- Fisher, Ross – ENGLAND
- Fitzpatrick, Matthew – ENGLAND
- Fleetwood, Tommy – ENGLAND
- Fowler, Rickie – Murrieta, Calif.
- Fox, Ryan – NEW ZEALAND
- Frittelli, Dylan – SOUTH AFRICA
- Furyk, Jim – Jacksonville, Fla.
- Garcia, Sergio – SPAIN
- Grace, Branden – SOUTH AFRICA
- Grillo, Emiliano – ARGENTINA
- Harding, Justin – SOUTH AFRICA
- Harman, Brian – Sea Island, Ga.
- Harrington, Padraig – IRELAND
- Hatton, Tyrrell – ENGLAND
- Herbert, Lucas – AUSTRALIA
- Hoffman, Charley – San Diego, Calif.
- Holmes, J.B. – Louisville, Ky.
- Howell III, Charles – Orlando, Fla.
- Imahira, Shugo – JAPAN
- Janewattananond, Jazz – THAILAND
- Johnson, Dustin – Jupiter, Fla.
- Johnson, Zach – Cedar Rapids, Iowa
- Kaymer, Martin – GERMANY
- Kim, Michael – San Diego, Calif.
- Kisner, Kevin – Aiken, S.C.
- Knox, Russell – SCOTLAND
- Kodaira, Satoshi – JAPAN
- Koepka, Brooks – West Palm Beach, Fla.
- Kuchar, Matt – Sea Island, Ga.
- Leishman, Marc – AUSTRALIA
- Lewis, Tom – ENGLAND
- Li, Haotong – CHINA
- List, Luke – Augusta, Ga.
- Long, Adam – St. Louis, Mo.
- Love III, Davis – Sea Island, Ga.
- Lowry, Shane – IRELAND
- Luiten, Joost – HOLLAND
- Matsuyama, Hideki – JAPAN
- McDowell, Graeme – N. IRELAND
- McIlroy, Rory – N. IRELAND
- Merritt, Troy – Meridian, Idaho
- Micheel, Shaun – Memphis, Tenn.
- Mickelson, Phil – Rancho Santa Fe, Calif.
- Mitchell, Keith – St. Simons Island, Ga.
- Molinari, Francesco – ITALY
- Na, Kevin – Las Vegas, Nev.
- Noren, Alex – SWEDEN
- Norris, Shaun – SOUTH AFRICA
- Olesen, Thorbjorn – DENMARK
- Oosthuizen, Louis – SOUTH AFRICA
- Otaegui, Adrian – SPAIN
- Pepperell, Eddie – ENGLAND
- Perez, Pat – Scottsdale, Ariz.
- Pieters, Thomas – BELGIUM
- Poulter, Ian – ENGLAND
- Putnam, Andrew – Phoenix, Ariz.
- Rahm, Jon – SPAIN
- Reavie, Chez – Scottsdale, Ariz.
- Reed, Patrick – Houston, Texas
- Rose, Justin – ENGLAND
- Schauffele, Xander – San Diego, Calif.
- Scott, Adam – AUSTRALIA
- Simpson, Webb – Charlotte, N.C.
- Singh, Vijay – FIJI
- Smith, Cameron – AUSTRALIA
- Snedeker, Brandt – Nashville, Tenn.
- Spieth, Jordan – Dallas, Texas
- Stenson, Henrik – SWEDEN
- Stone, Brandon – SOUTH AFRICA
- Stricker, Steve – Madison, Wis.
- Thomas, Justin – Louisville, Ky.
- Trainer, Martin – San Francisco, Calif.
- Tway, Kevin – Edmond, Okla.
- Walker, Jimmy – Boerne, Texas
- Wallace, Matt – ENGLAND
- Watson, Bubba – Bagdad, Fla.
- Westwood, Lee – ENGLAND
- Willett, Danny – ENGLAND
- Winner, AT&T Byron Nelson
- Wise, Aaron – Las Vegas, Nev.
- Woodland, Gary – Delray Beach, Fla.
- Woods, Tiger – Hobe Sound, Fla.
- Yang, Y.E. – REPUBLIC OF KOREA
Odds and picks
Tiger Woods’ comeback has changed the game in the golf world. Woods’ victory at Augusta was his first major championship appearance since 2008. It does not take a long time until he got his position back in the prominent golfers around the world. He came as the favorite at 17-2, with Dustin Johnson who came as the runner-up at Augusta. He got 19-2 along with Rory Mcilroy.
Meanwhile, Justin Thomas who has 13-1 and the defending champion Brooks Koepka has 18-1.
The players’ names that we mentioned above include the 2019 PGA Championship as top five favorites.
Although it is a month away, everybody agrees that it has never been too early to enjoy the euphoria of the big event. Many have made Woods as the favorite. However, the bookies have simulated over ten thousand times, and not find Woods in the top five contenders. But we can’t neglect the fact that Woods is a four-time champion, Masters winner, and the top Vegas Favorite. These popular citations are conducting together with his current motivations and capabilities as the real champion. So, we can expect something great will happen at the event.
Woods finished in the top three in all four majors during his career.
Meanwhile, Fowler has no.10 at Official World Golf Ranking and no.8 in FedEx Cup Standings. He also has the prospects to be the champion of the 2019 PGA. The model from trusted bookies also shows that four other golfers with the 2019 PGA Championship odds of 18-1 or longer can make prospects at attaining the title.
Now we come down to the more pressing question. Who is going to win the upcoming 2019 PGA Championship? Which long shots which we should anticipate?
Here is the list of the odds.
- Tiger Woods 17-2
- Dustin Johnson 19-2
- Rory McIlroy 19-2
- Justin Thomas 13-1
- Brooks Koepka 15-1
- Jon Rahm 18-1
- Justin Rose 18-1
- Bryson DeChambeau 21-1
- Rickie Fowler 21-1
- Francesco Molinari 24-1
- Jason Day 24-1
- Jordan Spieth 24-1
- Xander Schauffele 29-1
- Tommy Fleetwood 33-1
- Henrik Stenson 34-1
- Matt Kuchar 37-1
- Patrick Reed 37-1
- Cameron Champ 41-1
- Paul Casey 41-1
- Tony Finau 41-1
- Hideki Matsuyama 43-1
- Patrick Cantlay 43-1
- Alex Noren 50-1
- Bubba Watson 50-1
- Gary Woodland 50-1
- Sergio Garcia 50-1
- Webb Simpson 50-1