Hazeltine Hosts PGA Championship Betting Once Again

November 30, 2010 Golf

PGA Championship betting fans are in for a treat if history is any indication of the type of results that await fans of the Tour’s final Major event of the calendar event.

The Hazeltine National Golf club has played host to this event before and the result was some fantastic betting the PGA Championship opportunities. If the 2009 edition of the PGA Championship betting is anything like it was in 2002 –the last time the PGA Championship was held at Hazeltine- then fans should get ready for a very wild ride indeed.

PGA Championship betting is always among the highlights of the sporting year but Hazeltine seems to bring out the best in this event. It’s been seven years since the last time the betting the PGA championship battle was waged at this Chaska, MN landmark and the memories are still fresh in the minds of the golfing fans. To set the stage for those betting the PGA Championship who might have forgotten, Rich Beem held off a hard charging Tiger Woods on the final day of play to claim his first and only title. Woods put on just about as spectacular show for fans betting the PGA Championship, as you could imagine, birdying the final four holes of the last PGA Championship betting round, but Beem held on. That PGA Championship betting experience launched the unknown golfer into the stratosphere of fame and there are plenty of Rich Beem’s out there again in the PGA Championship betting this year that would love to share a similar fate.

Anyone who witnessed that bit of PGA Championship betting would surely agree that it was arguably one of the best betting the PGA Tour events ever. And it’s no coincidence that all this PGA Championship betting frenzy went down at Hazeltine. The Hazeltine course is the perfect place to produce PGA Championship betting drama due to its dramatic layout. This year we could see even more drama if it comes down to another PGA Championship shoot out on the last round.

The tees have been moved back a bit and the overall course lengthened to a robust 7,674 to accommodate the demands of the PGA Championship betting field. This means that the course will play tougher, but strokes can be shaved more easily for players willing to take risks with their drivers off the tee. There will be plenty of eagle and birdie opportunities out there this year in the PGA Championship betting and that could make for one wild event.

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