The British Open, scheduled to begin July 16 at Royal St. George's in England, has been flat-out canceled for this year due to the corona pandemic.
The USGA tries to make the U.S. Open the toughest tournament in golf in terms of course setup so it's quite possible no player finishes under par this year.
Dustin Johnson (+1000) looks for his first PGA Championship win and second all-time major while Rory McIlroy (+1100) tries for his third PGA Championship victory.
PGA commissioner Jay Monahan recently shared his believe that the PGA is ready to embrace sports gambling, and will give its support to legislation.
The 100th PGA Championship is also the end of an era of sorts this week as it's the last time that PGA will be the last of golf's four major championships.
U.S. Open will stage the 118th America's championship which begins Thursday at Shinnecock Hills in Southampton, New York.
There are there major championships left in the 2018 PGA Tour season, it might be wise to wager on a player who has never won a major before.
Jordan Spieth has won every major golf tournament except the PGA Championship. Spieth will have the opportunity to accomplish that goal later this week.
Zach Johnson has won the 144th British Open, capturing his second major title on Monday; Jordan Spieth favorite to win PGA Championship.
With his game a shadow of its former self, pundits suggest Tiger should pack it in for the rest of the PGA tour and start afresh next year.