Dustin Johnson’s PGA Championship odds are downright ravishing if you believe he’ll avenge last year’s two-stroke loss to Collin Morikawa with a win at Kiawah Island this weekend. And you could celebrate Johnson’s third career major championship with a VIP trip to Las Vegas from BetMGM’s PGA Tournament Predictor Challenge.
If Johnson wins the PGA Championship for the first time, he’ll be the sixth straight American winner, the longest streak since 10 different Americans won from 1980-89. And if he wins after back-to-back second-place finishes, he’ll deliver a return of 1800 percent in PGA Championship betting. As of Monday, Johnson sat behind five golfers – Rory McIlroy, Jon Rahm, Jordan Spieth, Justin Thomas, and Bryson DeChambeau – with +1800 odds to win.
Correctly predicting a Johnson win would also help you win the PGA Tournament Predictor Challenge. In the free-to-play contest promotion, customers can log in to their BetMGM account (or create a new BetMGM account) and access the challenge from the Promotions tab. From there, customers submit predictions to 20 PGA Championship questions.
If you correctly answered the most questions relative to other entrants, you’re going to Vegas with this prize package:
- Round-trip domestic airfare for two
- 3-night accommodations at an MGM property of your choice (subject to availability)
- One round of golf for two at Shadow Creek Golf Course
- $500 food and beverage credit
- $500 betting credit for BetMGM Nevada Sportsbook
Shadow Creek is an 18-hole golf course in North Las Vegas owned by BetMGM Resorts International. Designed by Tom Fazio, the course opened in 1990, is routinely listed among the best courses in the United States, and hosted The Match: Tiger vs. Phil in 2018.
All 20 questions are multiple-choice, nine of which are “Yes or No” questions, including, “Will a former PGA Championship winner win?” and “Will Dustin Johnson place in the top 10?” If you’re all in on Johnson, you’re answering “No” and “Yes,” obviously. Johnson is also a subject or potential subject of four more questions.
Here are all 20 questions for the PGA Tournament Predictor Challenge:
Will a former PGA Championship winner win?
Will a player get their first PGA Tour win at the PGA Championship?
Who will have the best finishing position?
a. Dustin Johnson
b. Jon Rahm
c. Collin Morikawa
d. Justin Thomas
Will Dustin Johnson place in the top 10?
Will an American player win?
Will a European player win?
How many feet will the longest putt made be?
What will the cut be?
a. +4 or higher
b. +1 to +3
c. Even to –2
d. -2 or lower
Will both Max Homa and Jason Kokrak make the cut?
Will there be a hole in one?
What will Phil Mickelson’s score be?
a. Under par
b. Over par
c. Even par
Will John Daly make the cut?
Which “young gun” will have the best finishing position?
a. Sam Burns
b. Will Morikawa
c. Viktor Hovland
d. Will Zalatoris
What will the highest single-hole score be?
Best round by a first-time player?
d. 65 or lower
Top “Matt” finisher?
Will the tournament be decided by a playoff?
Which former winner will have the best finishing position?
a. Rory McIlroy
b. Brooks Koepka
c. Collin Morikawa
d. Justin Thomas
What will the winning margin be?
a. 1 stroke
b. 2-3 strokes
c. 4-5 strokes
d. 6+ strokes
Will Rory McIlroy finish in the top 10?
Tiebreaker: What will the total score of the winner be over the four days?
Slider Answer: -25 to +5
The PGA Tournament Predictor Challenge is open until 6:00 a.m. ET on Thursday, May 20. One entry per customer is permitted.
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