The Westgate chopped the prices available on the Las Vegas resident for the U.S. Open and the Masters after he won the PGA Championship on Sunday.
In the first major without spectators, Collin Morikawa made two outstanding shots, on the 14th and 16th holes, to win the PGA Championship.
Las Vegas resident Danielle Kang delivered a stunning rally mainly because of a collapse by Lydia Ko that was equally shocking to win the LPGA Tour event at Highland Meadows.
He was among eight players to hold the lead during Saturday’s round at TPC Harding Park in San Francisco. Las Vegas’ Collin Morikawa is two strokes back of the lead.
Wagering on the 2020 PGA Championship — the first major in this unprecedented year — is expected to rival the Masters at Las Vegas sportsbooks.
Bettors are leery of backing Tiger Woods, who has competed in one tournament since the PGA Tour resumed play June 11, placing 40th (+6) at the Memorial.
Course knowledge at TPC Harding Park could be an important factor this week, and the edge might go to Collin Morikawa, who played there several times while at Cal.
Even without NFL preseason games, the month still shapes up as the biggest August ever with the NBA, NHL and Major League Baseball back on the betting board.
Jon Rahm, coming off a win at the Memorial Tournament, leads a quartet of 12-1 favorites at the Westgate alongside Justin Thomas, Rory McIlroy and Bryson DeChambeau.
Morgan Goldstein’s latest pinnacle came this month when she ran away with the Nevada State Amateur Championship at Reflection Bay Golf Club.
Morgan Goldstein shot a final-round 67 to finish at 11-under 133, good for an eight-shot win in the Nevada State Women’s Amateur Championship at Reflection Bay Golf Club.
Jack Nicklaus and his wife, Barbara, did not have serious symptoms and have since recovered, he said.
A second PGA Tour event in Las Vegas this fall remains a possibility, but it’s nothing Commissioner Jay Monahan is ready to confirm.