PGA 2013Tiger Woods was nothing less than spectacular at the WGC-Bridgestone Championship and his newly posted odds to win the PGA at Oak Hill this week reflect that impressive victory. His second-round of 61 left the competition shaking their collective heads. No one even came within 6 strokes of the Tiger for the remainder of the competition.

Before winning at the Firestone Country Club last week, Tiger’s odds to win at Oak Hill were listed at 5-to-1 at some books and down to 9-to-2 at others.  Monday morning lines now have the odds on Woods to win the PGA down to 4-to-1 or even 7-to-2. But wait a minute folks, the LVH SuperBook in Vegas has just lowered the odds down to 3-to-1.

Phil Mickelson is once again listed as the second favorite at 12-to-1 despite his disappointing performance at the Bridgestone last week. If ‘Lefty’ gets on another streak like he was on in Scotland, his odds could well go down before the final round on Sunday.

2013 Masters winner Adam Scott is listed at 15-to-1 with US Open Champ Justin Rose down at 20-to 1 along with Brandt Snedeker who also made a good showing at the Bridgestone.

So Tiger Woods is off to Rochester, New York to take on all comers at the PGA Open at the Oak Hill Country Club in an attempt to win his 15th major PGA title and move one win closer to becoming the winningest pro golfer of all time behind Sam Snead who had 82 wins with 17 majors over his 30 year career ending in 1965.  If Tiger Woods wins at Oak Hill, he will have 80 wins with 14 majors in just 18 years as a pro golfer.

Here is a quick look at the posted odds to win the PGA at Oak Hill:

<tr><td>TIGER WOODS 7/2</td><td>JASON DUFNER 40/1</td></tr>
<tr><td>PHIL MICKELSON 12/1</td><td>BUBBA WATSON 40/1</td></tr>
<tr><td>ADAM SCOTT 15/1</td><td>ZACH JOHNSON 40/1</td></tr>
<tr><td>JUSTIN ROSE 25/1</td><td>SERGIO GARCIA 50/1</td></tr>
<tr><td>LEE WESTWOOD 25/1</td><td>GRAEME McDOWELL 50/1</td></tr>
<tr><td>RORY McILROY 25/1</td><td>STEVE STRICKER 50/1</td></tr>
<tr><td>BRANDT SNEDEKER 25/1</td><td>IAN POULTER 50/1</td></tr>
<tr><td>JASON DAY 30/1</td><td>BILL HAAS 50/1</td></tr>
<tr><td>CHARL SCHWARTZEL 30/1</td><td>RICKIE FOWLER 60/1</td></tr>
<tr><td>MATT KUCHAR 30/1</td><td>ERNIE ELS 60/1</td></tr>
<tr><td>HUNTER MAHAN 30/1</td><td>WEBB SIMPSON 60/1</td></tr>
<tr><td>LUKE DONALD 30/1</td><td>MARTIN KAYMER 60/1</td></tr>
<tr><td>DUSTIN JOHNSON 30/1</td><td>JIM FURYK 60/1</td></tr>
<tr><td>KEEGAN BRADLEY 30/1</td><td>ANGEL CABRERA 80/1</td></tr>
<tr><td>HENRIK STENSON 30/1</td><td></td></tr>