PGA Championship Odds Update 2022: Justin Thomas Takes Lead Over Rory McIlroy in Odds and on Leaderboard

Justin Thomas leads in the odds to win the PGA Championship near the end of Round 2.
Justin Thomas leads in the odds to win the PGA Championship near the end of Round 2. / Orlando Ramirez-USA TODAY Sports

Round 2 of the 2022 PGA Championship at Southern Hills Country Club is preparing to come to a close, with moving day of the second major of the year set for tomorrow (5/21). Justin Thomas currently holds the lead at 6-under par over Will Zalatoris and Tom Hodge, both at 5-under par. Thomas is done for the day though, while Zalatoris and Hodge are both still out on the course.

Mito Pereira is the lone man at 4-under par, and a group that includes Rory McIlroy, Matt Fitzpatrick, Cameron Smith, and Abraham Ancer sit at 3-under par.

2022 PGA Championship Odds

When it comes to the odds, Thomas is also the leader there, currently sitting at +250 to win the tournament, twice as good as Rory McIlroy's +500 odds sitting in second, according to FanDuel Sportsbook.

The top-5 in odds is finished by Zalatoris (+600), Smith (+650) and Fitzpatrick (+1400).

2022 PGA Championship Projected Cut Line

As of right now, the projected cut line for the PGA Championship is at 4-over par. As of now, big names like Dustin Johnson, Scottie Scheffler and Patrick Cantlay would all be on the outside looking in.

Be sure to follow along at the Duel as Round 2 finishes up and the tournament concludes this weekend.

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