The Open Championship golf tour has ended for 2022, and the next one is not until next year. It’s no secret that more people are beginning to anticipate the results of the next championship, so this is the right time to check out the betting favorites.

 

The Men’s Major Golf Championships, also called the “majors,” are made up of four golf events for professionals: the Master’s Tournament, The Open Championship, the U.S. Open Championship, and the PGA Championship, which is held every year. Now that the majors for this year have ended, it’s time to focus on the next.

 

Rory McIlroy is the popular champion of the 2023 FedEx Cup after finishing in the top 10 in the four championship events. It’s no wonder he appears at the top of the golf odds for the 2023 championship. In this article, we’ll look at all the favorites for each of the four professional golf events.

 

The Masters

The Masters will be held at the Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia, from April 6 to 9, 2023. The defending champion for the game in 2022 was Scottie Scheffler. The famous Rory McIlroy came in a close second after consistently playing and finishing in the top 10 of every season.

 

He came fifth place in the U.S. Open, eighth in the PGA Championship, and third in the Open. He averaged in the top five in the majors but hasn’t won one since the 2014 PGA Championship and has since played in 8 full seasons, enduring near misses and finishing 17 times in the top 10, which is the most any player has had since 2015.

 

He has great potential for winning at the Augusta National, and if he does win the green jacket, he will take his place as the sixth player to finish the career grand slam. In 2023, it would be his ninth attempt to join this prestigious “hall of fame.”

 

PGA Championship

The PGA Championship for next year will take place on May 18–21, 2023, at the Oak Hill Country Club in Rochester, New York (East Course). Justin Thomas won the 2022 major. Closely following in second place was Cameron Young, who was one shot behind. Young is the second player to finish in the top three at the Open and the PGA Championship. It’s no wonder he has many eyes on him, and bettors aren’t left out.

 

Young has never won on the PGA Tour, but his skill has blown minds away. He has tied for second place at the Genesis Invitational, Sanderson Farms Championship, and Wells Fargo Championship. As a long hitter and a competent irons player and putter, it’s only a matter of time before he wins his first match.

 

U.S. Open

The next U.S. Open major will take place at the Los Angeles Country Club (North Course) on June 15–18, 2023. Matt Fitzpatrick is the current champion and is expected to fight for the title next year. Xander Schaufelle, however, is another name we expect to fight for the big title. Schaufelle has been in the top ten since 2017 and has been the runner-up at the Open and Masters in 2018 and 2019, respectively.

 

He finished first in the Travelers Championship, the Scotland Open, the JP McManus Pro-Am in Ireland, and as a team with Patrick Cantlay at the Zurich Classic. The California native could win the next U.S. Open in Los Angeles.

 

The Open

The Open starts on July 20–23, 2023, at the Royal Liverpool Golf Club, Merseyside, England. The former champion for this major was Cameron Smith. Jon Rahm is our pick, however. He is one of the top ball strikers worldwide, a skill that should not be overlooked, especially with the strong winds on the west coast of England.

 

Rahm shot his first major at the 2012 U.S. Open and finished in the top ten in all four majors that year. The results for 2022 weren’t that good, but he still has potential and took a good stance this year. Rahm led in ball striking, his forte, and came sixth in the total shots gained.

 

Conclusion

The selected pro golfers on this list are predictions of what we think will happen next season. You can compare golf odds from different sources if you’re a bettor who wants to place bets on players who are most likely to win.