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Best hole-in-one prop bets for 2023 PGA Championship

We take a look at the hole-in-one props available on DraftKings Sportsbook ahead of the 2023 PGA Championship.

2023 PGA Championship - Preview Day Two Photo by Ross Kinnaird/Getty Images

Update Sunday May 21 5:25 p.m. With one of the more unforgettable aces in PGA Championship history, club pro Michael Block got himself back in the Top 10 of the tournament on Sunday at No. 15.

An unforgettable moment at the PGA Championship.

The 105th PGA Championship tees off from Oak Hill Country Club on Thursday, May 18. As golfers compete for the Wanamaker Trophy in the second major of the year, bettors can place their wagers on whether we’ll get to see an ace out in Rochester this year. Here are the odds for a hole-in-one at the 2023 PGA Championship, courtesy of DraftKings Sportsbook.

PGA Championship player props: Hole-In-One

Hole-in-one during tournament: Yes -120, No +100
Two or more holes-in-one for tournament: Yes +250
Hole-in-one in Round 1: Yes +350, No -650

Oak Hill Country Club Analysis

Oak Hill is a very demanding course. There are no gimme birdie holes — the course has two par 5s over 600 yards, seven par 4s at over 460 yards, and two par 3s over 230 yards. Narrow fairways, bunker-riddled greens, and a winding creek make it even tougher.

Par 3’s at Oak Hill

No. 3 230 yards
No. 5 180 yards
No. 11 245 yards
No. 15 155 yards

Before course renovations, four golfers made a hole-in-one on Hole No. 6 in 1989 at the U.S. Open. However, that hole is now a Par 4 that exceeds 500 yards, so that possibility seems out of the question. Hole No. 15 is now the shortest par-3 at 155 yards, with a pond that was there previously now removed, and could offer the best chance at a hole-in-one occurring this year.