Justin Rose PGA Championship 2022 Odds, History & Predictions
The AT&T Byron Nelson was the final stop on the 2022 PGA Tour before the PGA Championship in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Legacies are made at the PGA Championship and there's a good chance of that happening this week as the tournament returns to Southern Hills for the first time since 2007.
So naturally, FanDuel Sportsbook already has tons of odds and prop bets available for the PGA Championship in 2022.
Justin Rose PGA Championship Odds
Justin Rose has +12000 odds to win the PGA Championship in 2022. That has him sitting T-36th in the entire field.
Has Justin Rose Ever Won The PGA Championship?
Justin Rose has never won the PGA Championship. His best finish came in 2012 when he finished T-3.
Justin Rose PGA Championship Prop Bets
As for finishing position, Rose is +260 to finish top-30, +410 to finish top-20, +1200 to finish top-10 and +2400 to finish top-five.
Justin Rose PGA Championship History
Justin Rose has played in the PGA Championship 19 times, making the cut in 13 of those appearances. That includes five top-10 finishes.
Rose's best single-round score in the PGA Championship was a 66 on four separate occasions. He also shot 68 or below in three rounds in 2020, when he finished with a personal best of 271 across four rounds.
Justin Rose PGA Championship Prediction & Pick
Justin Rose has been remarkably consistent at the PGA Championship. He has seven top-25 performances in his last 10 entries at the event, placing ninth or better four times over that stretch. Furthermore, he placed T-12 the last time the event was at Southern Hills in 2007.
Unfortunately, he hasn't had that type of success on the 2022 PGA TOUR. Although he has T-6 and T-14 showings in his last seven outings, he's also missed that cut three times and even placed 62nd in that span.
Nevertheless, Rose seems to step up his game when the PGA Championship is involved. He's finished ninth and T-8 in 2020 and 2021, respectively, and should have a decent performance this week.
Taking a Justin Rose top-20 finish (+410) at the 2022 PGA Championship seems like a strong bet.
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