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PGA Championship: Start date, how to watch, latest odds & more

The second Major of the year takes place later this month, with the 2023 PGA Championship heading for Oak Hill Country Club in New York.

Justin Thomas prevailed at the last PGA Championship at Southern Hills Country Club in Oklahoma, but he needed a play-off to defeat fellow American Will Zalatoris.

Thomas is 21.00 to win the event for the second year in a row, but he will be up against it as the world's best players head to New York trying to get their hands on one of the most coveted trophies in golf.

What2023 PGA Championship
WhereOak Hill Country Club, New York
WhenThursday May 18th - Sunday 21st 2023
How to watchKayo Sports/Foxtel
OddsJon Rahm 8.00, Scottie Scheffler 9.00, Rory McIlroy 13.00, Brooks Koepka 23.00, Collin Morikawa 26.00

When is the 2023 PGA Championship?

The PGA Championship was traditionally the final Major to be held each year until 2019,.

The recent schedule change means the event is now the second Major to be staged, coming a month after the Masters, with the US Open and Open Championship following in June and July, respectively.

This year's PGA Championship will be held between 18th-21st May.

Where is the 2023 PGA Championship being held?

This year's PGA Championship will be staged at Oak Hill Country Club in Pittsford, New York.

The venue has hosted multiple Major championships, with all of those taking place on the East Course.

Oak Hill Country Club has hosted six men's Major championships, including three U.S Opens and three PGA Championships.

It also staged the 1995 Ryder Cup when Europe beating the United States in 1995.

The last PGA Championship to be played at Oak Hill Country Club was won by Jason Dufner in 2013.

How many times has the PGA Championship taken place?

There have been 104 PGA Championships to date, with Englishman Jim Barnes winning the first in 1916.

Who has won the PGA Championship on the most occasions?

Home golfers dominate the history of the PGA Championship, claiming 85 wins, with Walter Hagen and Jack Nicklaus boasting the most successes with five apiece.

Tiger Woods is next on the list with four, but he is likely to miss this year's event as he continues to recover from injury.

Phil Mickelson, Rory McIlroy and Brooks Koepka are the other multiple winners likely to tee up at this year's event.

Mickelson and Koepka shared second place at the Masters in April and they will hope to build on that performance.

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Who is the favourite for the PGA Championship?

Spain's Jon Rahm remains the antepost favourite at 8.00 and that is hardly a surprise.

The world number one is in fine form and he prevailed at Augusta National and won the Masters in April by four shots.

Rahm has since finished tied-15th at the RBC Heritage and second at the Mexico Open, so his game is in a good place as he tries to win his first PGA Championship.

Scottie Scheffler is expected to be his closest challenger at 9.00, and he also enjoyed a consistent 2023. Scheffler, now second in the world rankings, has not finished outside the top 15 in his nine tournament appearances this year.

McIlroy is 10.00 to get his hands on another Major, but there are question marks around his form after a poor display at the Masters.

Meanwhile, Koepka, Collin Morikawa, Jordan Spieth and Thomas are all 21.00 to triumph in New York.

At odds of 26.00, Cameron Young and Tony Finau may give punters a run for their money, while Sheffield’s Matthew Fitzpatrick is priced at 29.00 to win his second Major.

Fitzpatrick has got the winning feeling again after his recent success at the RBC Heritage, so he will be confident of competing come day four.

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