We already outlined a few PGA Championship favorites to look at and what attributes are needed to succeed at Oak Hill. Now let’s take a look at a few longshots who may contend this week and help you win your PGA pool.

For purposes of this article, longshots are defined as a player who is 100/1 or higher via prices available at DraftKings or Fanduel as of time of writing this article.

Keegan Bradley, 110/1

Bradley, the 22nd ranked player in the world, is one of only eight players in the field to rank top 25 off the tee and on approach from 175-plus yards. He re-dedicated himself to his work last year by getting in better shape and it paid off with a win at the Zozo and a runner-up finish at the Farmers Insurance Open. He also makes for a very good option for top-20 bet or first round leader.

Mito Pereira, 190/1

What would Mito’s odds be this week if he parred the 18th at Southern Hills last year? 40/1? So why are we getting 190/1 this year because of one bad drive? Yes, I know Pereira joined LIV but he has played well there with three top-six finishes in six starts this year. Mito’s game fits this course well as he is a great driver of the ball and is also above average with his mid to long irons. Wouldn’t this be a great redemption story?

Min Woo Lee, 190/1

Min Woo is a volatile player as he can miss the cut by 10 but then contend the next week. This often yields some value in the betting market and we have that this week. He has played fairly well in big events in the last year. He was in contention on Sunday at The Players en route to a sixth place finish. In 2022, he finished 27th or better in three of the four majors. Lee ranks 11th in driving distance and is the perfect type of player who could finish top 10 and help you win your pool.

Kurt Kitayama, 250/1

I just don’t understand this price. Kitayama, the 21st ranked player in the world, won a designated event earlier this season at Bay Hill in a similar caliber field as the PGA. That was his fifth top-three finish on the PGA Tour since the start of 2022. He ranks 18th in driving distance and is very similar to Min Woo Lee in that his results are very volatile–he could miss a cut by a mile and then contend the next week. He makes for a great option for a top 20 and could be the deciding under-the-radar pick in your PGA Championship pool.

Cam Davis, 300/1

Davis, similar to Keegan Bradley, is one of only eight players in the field to rank top 25 off the tee and on approach from 175-plus yards. He also ranks 13th in driving distance. Cam has shown the ability to contend in strong fields (6th at The Players, 7th at designated RBC Heritage). Now sure, he might miss the cut this week, but not many players in this price range have the significant upside of Davis. A high finish from him could pay handsomely and be another critical down-the-board piece in your pool lineup.