2017 PGA Championship Updated Betting Odds – After Round One

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Favorite to win the 2017 PGA Championship at the start of this week’s tournament, Rory McIlRoy, was coming in with 11/1 odds of winning the 2017 PGA Championship after Round One.

McIlroy had finished the first round of the 2017 PGA Championship at 1-over-par.

Jordan Spieth was another of the early favorites, still coming in with relatively short odds after the first round of play at 15/1 odds.

Kevin Kisner sat atop the leaderboard coming into Friday with 6/1 odds.

Thorbjorn Olesen, second atop the leaderboard, was still at long 30/1 odds.


[United States of America] Kevin Kisner

       -4    –     –     –     -6    3


[Denmark] Thorbjorn Olesen

       -4    –     –     –     -4    F


[United States of America] Chris Stroud

       -3    –     –     –     -3    F


[United States of America] Gary Woodland

       -3    –     –     –     -3    F


Grayson Murray

       -3    –     –     –     -3    F

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