Tiger Woods remains the odds-on favorite to win the PGA Championship

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The Las Vegas Hotel and Casino updated their PGA Championship odds following the Bridgestone Invitational and, as expected, Tiger Woods is still the odds-on favorite at 7-to-1 to win his fifth Wanamaker trophy.

While Woods' odds remained the same after finishing T-8 at Firestone, defending PGA Championship winner Keegan Bradley saw his odds slashed almost in half following his dramatic come-from-behind victory over Jim Furyk. He went from 60-to-1 to 35-to-1 when updated odds were released on Monday.

Luke Donald and Rory McIlroy are Woods' closet betting competition at 15-to-1, with Dustin Johnson running a close third at 20-to-1. And despite the fact that he's only broken par once in his last 13 PGA Tour rounds, Phil Mickelson is still 40/1 to win his second Wanamaker.

Also, if you're wondering who has the longest odds this week, it's a quartet of golfers at 300-to-1 that includes recent major winners Darren Clarke and Lucas Glover.

Here's a rundown of Las Vegas Hotel and Casino's top 10 to win the PGA Championship (the rest of the odds, as well as head-to-head matchups, come after the jump):

TIGER WOODS 7/1
LUKE DONALD 15/1
RORY McILROY 15/1
DUSTIN JOHNSON 20/1
LEE WESTWOOD 25/1
JASON DUFNER 25/1
ADAM SCOTT 30/1
BUBBA WATSON 30/1
MATT KUCHAR 30/1
PHIL MICKELSON 40/1

WEBB SIMPSON 40/1
GRAEME McDOWELL 35/1
BUBBA WATSON 30/1
HUNTER MAHAN 40/1
RICKIE FOWLER 50/1
JUSTIN ROSE 30/1
ERNIE ELS 50/1
STEVE STRICKER 35/1
ZACH JOHNSON 40/1
PADRAIG HARRINGTON 40/1
JASON DAY 60/1
JIM FURYK 40/1
MARTIN KAYMER 60/1
CHARL SCHWARTZEL 50/1
LOUIS OOSTHUIZEN 30/1
SERGIO GARCIA 60/1
KEEGAN BRADLEY 35/1
NICK WATNEY 60/1
BO VAN PELT 60/1
NICOLAS COLSAERTS 60/1
FRANCESCO MOLINARI 80/1
IAN POULTER 80/1
BRANDT SNEDEKER 80/1
GEOFF OGILVY 80/1
DAVID TOMS 80/1
BILL HAAS 80/1
PETER HANSON 100/1
HENRIK STENSON DNQ
FREDRIK JACOBSON 100/1
K.J. CHOI 100/1
BEN CURTIS 150/1
PAUL LAWRIE 125/1
THOMAS BJORN 125/1
MARTIN LAIRD 100/1
JOHN SENDEN 80/1
MATTEO MANASSERO 150/1
Y.E. YANG 150/1
RETIEF GOOSEN 125/1
RYAN MOORE 150/1
SEAN O'HAIR 150/1
JONATHAN BYRD 150/1
BEN CRANE 150/1
MARK WILSON 150/1
KYLE STANLEY 100/1
JEFF OVERTON 125/1
RYAN PALMER 125/1
SIMON DYSON 125/1
AARON BADDELEY 125/1
ANDERS HANSEN 150/1
ALEXANDER NOREN 150/1
ROSS FISHER DNQ
CARL PETTERSSON 100/1
ROBERT KARLSSON 150/1
VIJAY SINGH 80/1
CHARLES HOWELL III 200/1
KEVIN NA 200/1
BRANDEN GRACE 125/1
GEORGE COETZEE 200/1
STEWART CINK 200/1
DAVIS LOVE III 150/1
SEUNG-YUL NOH 125/1
SPENCER LEVIN 200/1
ANDRES ROMERO DNQ
GREG CHALMERS 200/1
JOHN HUH 200/1
ALVARO QUIROS 200/1
MIGUEL ANGEL JIMENEZ 200/1
GARY WOODLAND 150/1
BRENDON DE JONGE 200/1
RORY SABBATINI 200/1
ROBERT GARRIGUS 100/1
SCOTT PIERCY 100/1
CHARLEY HOFFMAN 200/1
BRYCE MOLDER 200/1
RYO ISHIKAWA 200/1
ANGEL CABRERA 250/1
MARC LEISHMAN 200/1
BUD CAULEY 150/1
JOHNSON WAGNER 250/1
SANG-MOON BAE 250/1
PAUL CASEY 300/1
JOHN DALY 200/1
RAFAEL CABRERA-BELLO 150/1
ROBERT ROCK 250/1
KYUNG-TAE KIM 150/1
ROBERT ALLENBY 250/1
TREVOR IMMELMAN 250/1
GONZALO FERNANDEZ-CASTANO 300/1
LUCAS GLOVER 300/1
DARREN CLARKE 300/1
FIELD (all others) 12/1

*golfer must tee off for action*

TOURNAMENT MATCHUPS:

RORY McILROY +145
TIGER WOODS -165

JASON DUFNER EVEN
DUSTIN JOHNSON -120

MATT KUCHAR -115
JUSTIN ROSE -105

GRAEME McDOWELL -110
LOUIS OOSTHUIZEN -110

KEEGAN BRADLEY -110
JIM FURYK -110

ZACH JOHNSON -110
HUNTER MAHAN -110

JASON DAY EVEN
RICKIE FOWLER -120

SERGIO GARCIA +105
CHARL SCHWARTZEL -125

GEOFF OGILVY EVEN
IAN POULTER -120

MARTIN LAIRD EVEN
JOHN SENDEN -120

PETER HANSON -110
FREDRIK JACOBSON -110

ROBERT GARRIGUS -110
SCOTT PIERCY -110

THOMAS BJORN -110
PAUL LAWRIE -110

THORBJORN OLESEN -110
ALEXANDER NOREN -110

GREG CHALMERS -110
MARC LEISHMAN -110

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