Rory McIlroy +800
McIlroy couldn’t repeat his U.S. Open success at last month’s British Open Championship, finishing 25th after shooting in the 70’s in three of the four rounds. He’s been competitive at the last two PGA Championships, finishing tied for third in 2009 and 2011.
Phil Mickelson +1,100
Lefty won the PGA Championship in 2005 and is coming off a strong final round at the British Open in July. However, Mickelson missed the cut at last week’s The Greenbrier Classic, and is hoping to get back on track at the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational this week.
Luke Donald +1,400
Donald ranks No. 3 in the world, finishing among the Top 10 in eight on his 10 events this season. But, the Englishman missed the cut at the British Open, placed 45th at the U.S. Open in June, and finished 17th at the Canadian Open at the end of July. Donald, whose best finish at the PGA Championship was a T-3 in 2006, is sinking into a nasty slump heading into the final major.
Tiger Woods +1,400
Tiger says he’s healthy and ready to go after missing most of the season with injuries. Woods hasn’t played since withdrawing from the THE PLAYERS Championship in May, but is a four-time PGA Championship winner, with the most recent title coming in 2007. Tiger will also have a new caddie with him, playing with friend Byron Bell at least for this week’s WGC-Bridgestone Invitational, after firing long-time caddie Steve Williams.
Lee Westwood +1,400
Westwood has been all over the place in the majors this season. He finished 11th at the Masters, third at the U.S. Open, and missed the cut at the British Open last month. The No. 2 golfer in the world recently sought out the help of a sports psychologist to help fine tune his mind for the upcoming PGA Championship. Westwood’s best showing at the final major is a T-3 in 2009. Last year, the Englishman didn’t play in the PGA Championship due to injury.
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1* Washington (8:15 ET): The Nationals shut out the Royals in yday's series opener, winning 2-0. With Tanner Roark on the bump tonight, I feel that they come in highly undervalued as KC has now lost six of its last seven overall. Roark's team start record might only be 2-3, but he has a 2.03 ERA and 1.194 WHIP, so he's pitched effectively. Tonight, I expect him to pitch well again, only this time pick up the victory.Roark was the very definition of a "hard luck" loser his last time out as he didn't allow a single run over seven innings (only two hits), yet the team ultimately came up short in Philadelphia, losing 3-0. Interestingly, the Nats haven't lost since. Roark also allowed no runs on two hits the start before his last, only this time he added 15 K's and the Nats did win that one, 3-0. On the season, there have been three times when Roark has gone at least seven innings w/o giving up a single run.As for Kansas City, they've now been shut out three times in the last four games, so Roark is the last guy they want to see here. Also, the Royals will be sending the struggling Chris Young (6.14 ERA) to the hill. Young has allowed at least one home run in every start this season. The Nats are now 10-3 on the road and a perfect 4-0 vs. the American League. They're simply "too tough" for the Royals to handle right now. 1* Washington
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