Our 18/1 top Odds Pick Rory McIlroy ended an 18-month wait for a tournament win with victory at the Wells Fargo Championship on Sunday.
Despite his poor recent record, we had no hesitation in tipping him at a course he adores, and ahead of another return to one of his favourite venues, McIlroy has now been installed as the favourite across the board for the PGA Championship.
The second major of the year takes place at the coastal beauty spot that is Kiawah Island, where McIlroy stormed to his second major win in 2012.
And that killer combination of a Rory return to form and favourable course history has the bookies running scared.
Widely available at 13/1 after the close of play on Friday, McIlroy is now a best-priced 10/1 after sealing the deal in North Carolina.
Another major mover was Viktor Hovland, who secured his second top-five finish in as many weeks.
Hovland has also seen his PGA Championship odds trimmed to a best-priced 30/1, and we reckon there will be no shortage of takers for the in-form Norwegian.
However, the biggest mover in the immediate aftermath of the Wells Fargo Championship was runner-up Abraham Ancer.
The Mexican ace is a best-priced 66/1, down from 80/1.
And he too will attract plenty of each way support, as we gear up for another “War on the Shore”.
Please note that all odds are correct at time of publication and are subject to change.