Keegan Bradley PGA Championship 2022 Odds, History & Predictions

Keegan Bradley PGA Championship Odds 2022, history and predictions on FanDuel Sportsbook.
Keegan Bradley PGA Championship Odds 2022, history and predictions on FanDuel Sportsbook. / Scott Taetsch-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 leading contenders and longshots.

Keegan Bradley PGA Championship Odds

Keegan Bradley has +9000 odds to win the PGA Championship. The four-time PGA Tour winner has 30 other golfers with lower odds to win.

Has Keegan Bradley Ever Won the PGA Championship?

Keegan Bradley burst onto the PGA Tour scene as a rookie to win the 2011 PGA Championship. He won the tournament in a three-hole aggregate playoff at Atlanta Athletic Club. Keegan was later named PGA TOUR Rookie of the Year.

Keegan Bradley PGA Championship Prop Bets

As for finishing position, Bradley is +145 to finish top-30, +290 to finish top-20, +500 to finish top-10 and +950 to finish top-five.

Bradley is +5000 to be the first round leader, and +1600 to be in the top 5 after Round 1. Bradley is a favorite to make the cut (-260), and +192 to miss the cut.

See other tournament specials and props ahead of the PGA Championship.

Keegan Bradley PGA Championship History

Keegan Bradley has played in the PGA Championship 11 times and missed the cut twice. He's finished top 10 twice including winning the 2011 PGA Championship.

Bradley's best single-round score in the PGA Championship was a 66 in the final round of the 2013 event.

Bradley has earned $2,286,291in PGA Championship career.

Keegan Bradley PGA Championship Prediction & Pick

Bradley is on a strong stretch of top results with three top 10 finishes his last three tournaments on Tour. That includes T-2 at the Wells Fargo Championship his last start.

Still, his significant weakness and handicap is his short game, around-the-green and putting stats, where he ranks outside the top 200 players putting on bentgrass greens.

Having said that, Bradley can't be counted on to have success on the runoff areas and trickier green complexes at Southern Hills. Despite his stronger play and performances in recent events, I wouldn't bet Bradley to even finish top 20, and not surprised if the former PGA Championship winner misses the cut (+192).

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