Hideki Matsuyama PGA Championship 2022 Odds, History & Predictions

Hideki Matsuyama PGA Championship Odds 2022, history and predictions on FanDuel Sportsbook
Hideki Matsuyama PGA Championship Odds 2022, history and predictions on FanDuel Sportsbook / Raymond Carlin III-USA TODAY Sports

The second major of 2022 has arrived following the shootout at the AT&T Byron Nelson. The scoring and conditions will be much tougher for the PGA Championship full field of golfers and leading favorites at Southern Hills CC in Tulsa.

FanDuel Sportsbook already has tons of odds and prop bets available for the 2022 PGA Championship. That includes for the favorites and top contenders.

Hideki Matsuyama PGA Championship Odds

Hideki Matsuyama has +3000 odds to win the PGA Championship. There are 12 golfers in the field with lower odds to win.

Has Hideki Matsuyama Ever Won the PGA Championship?

Hideki Matsuyama has never won the PGA Championship. His best finish came in 2016 when he finished T-4, and he also finished T-5 in 2017.

Hideki Matsuyama PGA Championship Prop Bets

As for finishing position, Matsuyama is -115 to finish top-30, +150 to finish top-20, +320 to finish top-10 and +550 to finish top-five.

Matsuyama is +4100 to be the first round leader, and +800 as the third favorite to finish as the top Rest of the World player. Matsuyama is also the +220 favorite in group betting against Joaquin Niemann (+250), Will Zalatoris (+250) and Matt Fitzpatrick (+280).

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Hideki Matsuyama PGA Championship History

Hideki Matsuyama has played in the PGA Championship nine times and made the cut in every appearance.

Matsuyama's best single-round score in the PGA Championship was a 64 in Round 2 in 2017 when he finished T-5. He shot in the 60s in all four rounds of the 2016 tournament when he finished T-4.

Matsuyama has $1,360,701 in career PGA Championship winnings.

Hideki Matsuyama PGA Championship Prediction & Pick

Matsuyama's game and status has risen to an elite level since winning the Masters in 2021. He's currently ranked No. 11 in the world and has played well in majors and the PGA Championship. His Tee-to-Green stats remain elite, but his putting is still a real weakness, especially from 10-15 feet, where he ranks among the worst in the field.

Matsuyama finished T-3 last week at the Byron Nelson, and he's top 10 on Tour in birdie average and Greens-in-Regulation.

Having said that, Matusyma's short game, around the green play and putting is likely to prevent him from a top-20 finish, which was the case in his two recent PGA Championship appearances. Hideki Matsuayma is not a target for success at the 2022 PGA Championship, but perhaps he can get hot for a round and Hideki Matsuyama (+4100) as Round 1 leader would pay off better.

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