Leona Maguire PGA Championship Odds – Time For Her First Major?

We have Leona Maguire PGA Championship odds as the Irish golfer bids to win her first ever major this week on the other side of the pond.

Leona Maguire KPMG PGA Championship Odds

Leona Maguire has been given odds of 15/2 to win this year’s KPMG Women’s PGA Championship after a promising start to the week at Baltusrol. The Co. Cavan native is now the third favourite to win this event behind only favourite Xiyu Lin at 7/2 and Jin Young Ko at 7/1.

Maguire was well backed pre-tournament to follow up her second LPGA Tour victory with an even more lucrative win as BoyleSports cut her into 18/1 from 40/1 to break her major championship duck this week.

Maguire Aiming To Go Back-To-Back

The Cavan woman made a significant breakthrough last year at the Drive On Championship in Florida when she became the first Irish golfer to win a tournament on the LPGA Tour, but she now has two wins on the US circuit after a final round of 64 on Sunday at the Meijer LPGA Classic in Michigan handed her a two-shot victory over Thailand’s Ariya Jutanugarn.

Maguire went into this week’s KPMG PGA Championship at Baltusrol as one of the leading European contenders with the former World Number 1 amateur hot in pursuit of the favourites.

She now just a short 6/4 shot to add to her LPGA tally before the season is out, but punters have their eyes on a hectic major schedule with the US Open, Evian Championship and Women’s Open all pencilled in before mid-August. The chances of Maguire landing her first major championship this summer have now been backed down to 5/1 from 8/1.

Lawrence Lyons, spokesperson for BoyleSports said: “Irish punters are banking an even more prestigious honour now that Leona Maguire is a multiple tour winner and confidence is growing that a landmark major victory could arrive as early as this week.”

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Leona Maguire PGA Championship Odds 2023

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