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Jason Day PGA Championship 2022 Odds, History & Predictions

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Jason Day PGA Championship Odds 2022, history and predictions on FanDuel Sportsbook.
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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.

Jason Day PGA Championship Odds

Jason Day has +9000 odds to win the PGA Championship. Those are the same odds as Jason Kokrak and Tyrrell Hatton and T-27th lowest odds in the field.

Has Jason Day Ever Won the PGA Championship?

Jason Day won the 2015 PGA Championship with a stunning 20-under par score. He's finished top 10 six times in the event with 12 total starts.

Jason Day PGA Championship Prop Bets

As for finishing position, Day is +145 to finish top-30, +420 to finish top-20, +500 to finish top-10 and +1600 to finish top-five.

Day is +5000 to be the first round leader, and +1400 to be in the top 5 after Round 1.

Check FanDuel Sportsbook for more tournament specials and props ahead of the PGA Championship.

Jason Day PGA Championship History

Jason Day has fallen outside of the top 120 in the world rankings. He was world No. 1 for nearly a year when he won the PGA Championship in 2015, and then finished 2nd in the event in 2016.

Day's best single-round score in the PGA Championship was a 65. He's done it three times including in Round 2 in 2016 and Round 1 in 2020 when he finished top 5 in both tournaments.

Day has earned $4,279,714 during his PGA Championship career.

Jason Day PGA Championship Prediction & Pick

Day's game and production has fallen off, yet he's shown flashes of his former self. That includes a 63 to lead the recent Wells Fargo Championship after Round 1 before finishing T-15.

Still, Day's Ball Striking and Approach stats rank outside the top 150 players over his last 50 rounds. His Short Game, Around the Green and Putting remain strengths, but not enough to count on or bet for even a top 10 finish.

Having said that, Day is likely to be scrambling more, but has the short game to stay competitive. If you bet on Jason Day, I wouldn't expect more than a top 30 finish (+145).

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