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The second major of the men’s calendar has arrived just five weeks after the Masters. 

A lot has happened in the professional game since, but all eyes return to the golf course, with Valhalla Golf Club taking centre stage.

Rory McIlroy hoisted the Wanamaker trophy when the championship last visited the Kentucky venue ten years ago and it remains his last major title.

As the Northern Irishman puts boardroom bother aside, he’ll look to get back on track and follow up a recent win at the Zurich Classic.

Brooks Koepka will attempt to defend his title in Louisville and earn a fourth PGA Championship that would see him draw level Tiger Woods’ tally.

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Another man with plenty of attention, as always, will be the 15-time major champion Woods, who last teed it up at Augusta in April.

Meanwhile, fellow veteran Phil Mickelson could make history by making the cut for a 28th time in the PGA Championship and lead that table from Jack Nicklaus and Raymond Floyd.

Talor Gooch spearheads the LIV Golf contingent, though, after the PGA of America granted the American and six other breakaway stars a place in the field. 

It’s said to be the strongest in golf, and with set to stand the test once again next week, here is everything you need to know…

PGA Championship details

Course: Valhalla Golf Club, Louisville, Kentucky

Course Stats: Par 71 Yards 7,609 yards

Defending Champion: Brooks Koepka

Purse: TBC

Winner’s Share: TBC

PGA Championship betting tips

Here’s who the bookies fancy to win the PGA Championship…

Scottie Scheffler 4/1

Rory McIlroy 10/1

Brooks Koepka 14/1

Jon Rahm 14/1

Ludvig Aberg 16/1

Xander Schauffele 18/1

Collin Morikawa 20/1

The bunkered bet

Brooks Koepka 14/1

For a full comprehensive preview on who could stop Scottie Scheffler, it is well worth checking out Alex Perry’s detailed breakdown here. He crunched the numbers so you didn’t have to – and all roads in this case lead to the defending champion. Koepka knows how to successfully defended this tournament and is back in ominous form having just won at LIV Golf Singapore. The prospect of the five-time major champ and Scheffler going toe-to-toe on Sunday is tantalising and entirely plausible.

Odds correct at time of publishing. Please gamble responsibly.

PGA Championship how to watch

The PGA Championship is live with full comprehensive coverage on Sky Sports. Here’s how UK viewers can tune into all the action…

Thursday May 16

First round live: Sky Sports Main Event (13:00), Sky Sports Golf (13:00), Sky Sports Main Event (22:30)

Friday May 17

Second round live: (13:00), Sky Sports Golf (13:00), Sky Sports Main Event (17:00), Sky Sports Main Event (22:30)

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Saturday May 18

Third round live: Sky Sports Golf (14:00)

Sunday May 19

Final round live:  Sky Sports Golf (14:00), Sky Sports Main Event (19:30)

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