Rory McIlroy USPGA Championship Odds – Going For Three
We have Rory McIlroy USPGA Championship odds for you as he bids to win his third ever USPGA Championship and fifth major.
Rory McIlroy has not won a major in nearly nine years with his last major success coming back at the 2014 USPGA Championship.
Many expected Mcllroy to continue to dominate majors for the foreseeable future but despite more often than not entering each tournament as one of the favourites he has not been able to add to his four major titles.
Rory McIlroy USPGA Championship Odds
Rory McIlroy is joint 9/1 favourite in the betting odds to win his third US PGA Championship in 2023. The other two market leaders for the US PGA Championship are 2023 Masters Champion Jon Rahm and World Number (2) Scottie Scheffler.
Mcllroy has been a regular at the top of major betting markets for well over a decade now. Typically he has been somewhere in the 10/1 range in the odds, and he even won this event in 2012 and 2014.
Could this be his time to win his fifth major? We all know he has the game on the right weekend to blow any field in golf away and there is no reason why it can’t be this time.
Rory McIlroy’s Current Form
McIlroy’s Wins In 2023
The Northern Irish man already has a win under his belt in 2023 and it came with a lot of press coverage. McIlroy won the Dubai Desert Classic at the end of January, notably defeating his foe Patrick Reed by a single stroke with a birdie on the 72nd hole.
Reed had previously sued McIlroy, so the victory was about far more than just golf and prize money – it was personal.
Most Recent Form
Since that victory at the beginning of the year it has been hit and miss for McIlroy in terms of results. He came T32 at the Phoenix Open and T29 at The Genesis Invitational.
The 4-time major champion followed that with a T2 at the Arnold Palmer, cut at the Players Championship, 3rd in the World Golf Championship but was then cut at The Masters. That missed cut at the Masters was one of McIlroy’s most disappointing performances of his career having come into the event fancied by so many.
In the Official World Golf Rankings McIlroy is in third place just behind world #1 Jon Rahm and Scottie Scheffler at #2. His mediocre recent performances have not been indicative of the type of form that has earned him his spot at number three in the world rankings.
Recent Major Form
Last time out during the 2023 Masters, many were predicting this to be the time he finally completed the Grand Slam of Golf cementing his future further in the history books. It was not to be though as he was cut.
Mcllroy will be hoping for better luck at this event to win his first major since 2014.
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Rory McIlroy’s US PGA Championship Form
Arguably McIlroy’s favourite major since his two wins in the event in 2012 and 2014 means it is the only major championship, he has won on more than one occasion. His debut at the event came in 2009 where he came T3.
From his 14 appearances at the event, he has only missed the cut on one occasion which came back in 2016. He has 9 Top-25 finishes, 7 Top-10 finishes, 4 Top-5 finishes, 2 3rd place finishes and 2 victories.
The Northern Irish man came 8th at this event last year and he very well could be in contention at the event this year, provided he gets his game right that is.
Rory McIlroy’s Major Wins
Rory McIlroy has won four major championships to date in his illustrious playing career. His first win at the majors came as a fresh-faced 22-year-old who took the golfing world by storm as he dominated the field en route to the 2011 US Open. His performance that week was historic as he set the US Open scoring records for 72-hole, 54-hole and 36 holes.
The 2012 PGA Championship followed at Kiawah Island and later the 2014 Open Championship at Royal Liverpool. At the time it looked like McIlroy was destined for the career grand slam and to even win 10+ majors in his career.
Unfortunately, Mcllroy has not lived up to expectations having only won a single major since then which was his fourth and to date final, major at the 2014 PGA Championship at Valhalla. This event has proven his good-luck charm before and if he is to land his fifth major, why not the one he has one on two occasions already?
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