FanDuel 2019 USPGA Championship Odds, Picks

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Dan Shapiro
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FanDuel has Dustin Johnson as the co-favorite to win the 2019 USPGA Championship alongside Tiger Woods.  Both pay $110 for every $10 bet.  These odds are really good compared to most other bookmakers.

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From FanDuel:

Tiger Woods

On top of Tiger coming off arguably the most impressive win of his career, Bethpage is a place he has experienced success before. He won the U.S. Open there in 2002 and placed second in the 2009. If he can carry his momentum from the Masters win to a course he knows and plays well, Tiger won't only be in contention, he'll likely be raising another trophy come Sunday.

Dustin Johnson

Dustin Johnson quietly walked away from the Masters with a second-place finish. Like Fowler, his ability to hit the ball off the tee (25th on tour in driving distance) will help him at Bethpage. Additionally, he ranks 25th in greens in regulation (GIR), which he will have to continue to do at a course with thick rough surrounding the greens. He ranks second on the tour in scoring average and already has six top-10 finishes this season, along with a win at WGC-Mexico.

It's interesting to note that Brooks Koepka is the favorite throughout Europe, not Tiger Woods.  Koepka comes in at 10/1 odds.

He and Tiger were each seeing around 9% of the action in Europe.

In the USA, Tiger will see at least a quarter of the betting.

The best odds we could find on Tiger were at the European outfit BlackType - 13/1.

- Dan Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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