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This is the 104th US PGA Championship and is one of the four majors played throughout the golfing season. Some of the best players in the world will be on show – including some past favourites – and Boylesports have got involved to make sure your interest goes past the opening few holes.

Boylesports are running with their special offer of bet £10 and get a £20 sign-up bonus. And included in that offer, they will pay out on the first 11 places. Meaning you can have a flutter on your favourite player and know he doesn’t have to come first in order for you to be a winner.

Paying out on the first 11 places is massive. Here, we take a look at some of the best-valued outsiders that have a chance of finishing in the top 11 and winning you a few quid.

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Tiger Woods

You do not have to be the biggest golf fan in the world to know who Tiger Woods is. Tiger is one of the biggest sport stars in the world today. He has had his off-course problems, but on his day, he is still capable of winning the major tournaments. The former world number 1 has 82 PGA Tour victories to his name, and he has won the US PGA Championship five times. His last win was back in 2007 at this venue. He knows this course like the back of his hand, if he is confident and playing well, he has every chance of making the top 11.

Jason Day

Australian Jason Day has 12 wins on the PGA Tour. His last and only major success was back in 2015 when he won this tournament. Around that time, he was playing the golf of his career and he went on to win the Players Championship the following year. Day has had his injury problems – most notably his back – but he is more than capable of securing a top 11 finish and proving he still has a lot to give.

Sergio Garcia

Sergio Garcia is a massive fans favourite. A lot of money is placed on him out of loyalty. The Spaniard has been a professional since 1999 and has 11 PGA Tour wins under his belt. He only has one major victory to brag about. He won the 2017 Masters Tournament to end his drought. His best finish in the PGA Championship is a second-place finish in 1999 and a tie for the same spot in 2008 alongside Ben Curtis. Garcia will have plenty of support in Oklahoma.

Justin Rose

Justin Rose has always been a bit of a fans favourite since he burst onto the scene as an amateur at the 1998 Open Championship at Royal Birkdale in Southport. It then took him a while to establish himself as a top professional, but he did become the first Englishman to win the US Open since Nick Faldo did it in 1996 when he won the tournament in 2013. His best finish at the PGA Championship is when he ended up third in 2012. He certainly has the game to trouble the main stars, it’s just whether he can keep his nerve over the four days.

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