PGA Championship Betting comes to Oakland Hills at SBG Global

November 30, 2010 Golf

PGA Championship betting is beloved tradition in golf and one of the top sporting events of the year.

PGA championship betting action stands apart from the rest of the Majors.  When it comes to betting the PGA Championship betting fans can actually look forward to reasonable course layouts and even the prospect of relatively low scores among the PGA Championship betting leaders.  In contrast to the notoriously difficult other Majors the PGA Championship betting tends to play a bit more sensible and that’s why Oakland Hills Country Club seems such a perfect destination to host the betting PGA championship this year.

It comes towards the end of the summer and is the last of the Tour Majors, in a way the PGA Championship betting is a bit like desert. You might even say it’s a bit indulgent as the layout design favors the players a bit and it’s much more laid back and enjoyable atmosphere than at the other three Majors.

Oakland Hills Country Club with a proud tradition that seems to perfectly suit the PGA Championship betting event. Located in Bloomfield Hills, MI this course was built nearly a century ago and a regal fit for the PGA Championship betting. Oakland Hills has hosted the PGA Championship betting before and done a splendid job. For this reason it has been awarded the tournament and there is no reason to expect that it won’t host a fantastic PGA Championship betting again.

The course layout for the PGA Championship betting will play at par 70, 365 on both the front and the back nine. At nearly 7400 yards the course will play a bit longer than normal and long for a PGA Championship betting event. With only two par 5s on the course there will also be fewer chances to get in the red than in previous PGA Championship betting events and we not expect to see some of the lower scores we’ve seen in previous betting the PGA Championship competitions.

The hole that stands out when going over course specs is the par 3 number nine which could also play as a finishing hole 18 depending on how groups are started in this year’s PGA championship. What makes this par 3 so tricky is the length. At 257 yards it’s certainly the longest of any par 3 in recent PGA Championship betting memory and for some of the golfers will require a driver, or a long fairway wood to get to the green with a chance for birdie.

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