2014 PGA Championship: Updated Odds After the Cut

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2014 PGA Championship: Updated Odds After the Cut
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After the cut at the 2014 PGA Championship, the man oddsmakers favored to lift the Wanamaker trophy is in prime position. Looking for his third win in as many starts, Rory McIlroy leads the field at nine under after two rounds. 

An impressive bunch is nipping at the Ulsterman's heels, however, including Jason Day, Jim Furyk, Rickie Fowler and Phil Mickelson

A few notable players found themselves outside the cut line in Kentucky, including Tiger Woods, Martin Kaymer, Keegan Bradley and Jordan Spieth. 

If the question entering the PGA Championship was "Will Rory McIlroy be able to win his second-straight major?" The answer after two rounds is, "It sure as heck looks like it. But how good are his chances?"

And speaking of chances, who has the best hope of catching McIlroy?

Click through to see.

 

*The updated odds are mine based on an evaluation of consensus figures from Oddschecker. All stats via PGATour.com.

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