For the upcoming 2019 PGA Championship, Tiger Woods remains the favorite amongst the golf fans.
Beyond the fans’ expectations, Tiger Woods managed the fantastic result at the Masters. Now he sets for the prestigious competition at the 2019 PGA Championship, which happens off on Thursday, May 16 at the Bethpage Black Course in Farmingdale, New York.
Experts agree that Woods is quick in catching up. The breakthrough was when he won at Augusta. It was his first major championship since a decade ago. The other proof of his catching up is his attainment in the previous PGA Championship. He almost won the tournament by shooting three rounds of 66 or lower on his way to the second-place finish.
For the upcoming event, folks are fond of him to be the champion as well. He is the favorite at 17-2. By this fact, the officials include him as one of the top five 2019 PGA Championship favorites. There is still a month to the prestigious event to take place. However, it has never been too early to discuss the betting. It is because there have been the excitements surrounding the PGA schedule. Before locking any pick for PGA Championship, you will want to make sure to check on PGA predictions from the proven projection model by trustworthy bookies.
Tiger Woods deep run in the last PGA Championship is the sign that he’d do much better in the next time. The trustworthy bookies simulated the event many times and shared the results with the public. The surprising result was Woods. A four-time champion, the Master’s winner, and the top Vegas favorite does not even make it to the top five. That is contrary to the popular favorites from the fans.
Back then, Woods had the victories in the recent Masters 2019. His victorious joy at Augusta National was the first time in his career that he raised to win a major event. Woods efforted in 2012 at Barclays. He finished at 1-over par after shooting a final-round 76. The bookies are not looking for back-to-back significant winnings.
No matter how we look at the player, he has finished in the top three in all four majors during his beloved career. That also emphasizes the 3rd place finish at the PGA Championship in the 2014 year.
So, let’s admit it that no one knows. Let’s take it back to one year ago when Woods was preparing to tee off in his first PGA Tour event 2018. Some bookies predicted that he would rise to the World Ranking. That includes the other contends like two majors. But back then, the goals were simple. He would like to stay healthy, make some cuts, and achieve something meaningful from any golf competition.
About 90% of fans are expecting that he would win at least one tour event. But only 67% believe that he’d win at least two games. Furthermore, fifty-one percent of fans said he would win at least one of the four majors. Of course, it might be just an expectation from the social media community. But it shows that most people are optimistic that Woods will build more momentums before retiring.