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US PGA Tips

At Bad Man Tipster, you will be able to find many free US PGA picks closer to the tournament that can help you in your betting. Our tipsters provide their top picks for the US PGA tournament and you can view all of these predictions by clicking on the selection above. 

We provide the most popular US PGA picks so that you can make an informed decision when it comes to placing a bet. Additionally, we also provide a breakdown of the most profitable golf tipsters and selections from the US PGA betting market so that you have access to more information.

If you want more information about our best performing Golf tipsters, head over to our Golf Tips. We strive to bring you only accurate and reliable predictions in order for us to be your go-to source when it comes betting on Golf!

About the USPGA

The USPGA (the PGA Championship) tournament has been a staple in the golfing world since its establishment in 1916, and is one of the4 golf majors. This year, the USPGA has made the decision to move their date of play to late May, in an effort to further elevate its status and increase viewership.

The new date will place it after the Masters in April, while preceding the US and British Open Championships. As many avid golf fans are aware, betting on all four majors is a popular pastime amongst those who follow professional golfing. 

The PGA rotates around various courses throughout America with a preference for those situated on the East Coast. Each chosen course presents different challenges due to its layout and conditions, making for interesting and dynamic gameplay for both participation players and viewers alike.

When and where is the USPGA being played?

This year, the PGA Championship is returning to the iconic Oak Hill Country Club in New York. The tournament will be held between 18-21 May 2023. Oak Hill has previously hosted the event three times; 1980, 2003, and 2013. It was on this very course in 2013 that Jason Dufner emerged triumphant, winning with an impressive 10 under par score, two strokes ahead of Jim Furyk.

Oak Hill Country Club was founded way back in 1901 and is quickly becoming known for its suitability for major championships like the PGA Championship. This parkland golf course was designed by Donald Ross and its lush greens are now lined with tall pine trees, creating a beautiful backdrop for the competition. .

Voyages.golf provides official travel packages to all major golf events such as The PGA Championships so you can make sure you don’t miss out on a moment of action! With its stunning views of upstate New York and challenging course lay-outs, Oak Hill is sure to be one of tournament’s most memorable destinations yet – so get ready for some riveting rounds of golf when it returns in 2023!

Who won the USPGA in 2022?

Justin Thomas secured his second Major title, winning the 2022 PGA Championship in an incredible climax at the Southern Hills Golf Club in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Battling back from an 8-shot deficit heading into the final day, Thomas fired a 67 on Sunday – five under par – to prevail over fellow American Will Zalatoris in a three-hole playoff, becoming just the fourth straight major champion still in his 20s.

Who will win the USPGA 2023

With the upcoming USPGA Championship in 2023, golf fans are eager to know who has the best chance of winning. According to the bookmakers, it looks like Rory McIlroy is leading the pack. As an alternative, many punters are also placing their bets on Jon Rahm.

However, don’t forget about Cameron Smith or Scottie Scheffler either, both golfers are tipped by many as potential winners and have decent odds too. Similarly, Justin Thomas and Collin Morikawa may also be worth keeping an eye on. It is worth considering conducting your research on who to bet on closer to the event when you can gain a better idea of a players form and other relevant factors.

At any rate, if you’re looking to get some quick returns then why not check out our USPGA Championship 2023 outright page? Here you’ll find updated odds from various bookmakers which could provide some handy insight when it comes to making your decision.

How to watch the USPGA championship live

The US PGA golf tournament is one of the most prestigious and highly anticipated events in the golfing calendar. Taking place over four days, from 18 May, viewers should be able to enjoy all the action live on the same channels as last year: Sky Sports Golf (Sky channel 405, BT 424) and Sky Sports Main Event (Sky channel 401, BT 419). If you’re not a Sky subscriber you can still watch by subscribing to the NOW app on mobile, tablet or smart TV for a fee (£33.99 per month; £11.98 for 24-hour pass). Or if you’re an existing Sky subscriber you can also watch via their Sky Go app.

In addition to watching the action live each day, there will be several editions of highlights available each morning on Sky Sports Golf which provide viewers with another opportunity to catch up on any missed moments. You can also find USPGA tips and pga tips online to help inform your bets prior to tuning into the event.

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