In 2011, the United States PGA Championship will be held at the Atlanta Athletic club in Georgia and the tournament known as Glory's Last Shot will again give the game’s stars, as well as its outsiders, a chance to take their place in the history books.
The final major of the golfing season was won in 2010 by the mighty German Martin Kaymer who has risen to the top of the world standings in 2011 with an astonishing set of results.
PGA Championship betting this year promises to be a fascinating mix. Can Europe continue their incredible domination of fixtures and produce another winner, or can America bite back?
It highlights how dominant Europe has become that in March this year the world's four leading players came from this side of the pond, and golf betting odds and tips reflect this change in the balance of power.
PGA Tour betting offers a multitude of opportunities for the UK internet predictor inundated with tips on who will win. Ordinarily though, PGA Championship betting is aimed at supporting the fixtures on the tour. Of course, there have been shock results in majors before - think John Daly - but the set up the courses and the difficulty of the tournament lends itself to making PGA Championship bets on players who have done the rounds in recent years.
As one grizzled sports writer said: "Golf in the United States is on the crest of a slump at the moment and Open golf tournament betting is reflecting this. For once, predictions can be based as much with the heart as the head. When the final round starts on August 14 expect US PGA Championship betting to really step up in intensity.
"It's a fascinating, brilliant tournament. Let me throw some names into the mix for online PGA Championship betting aficionados to consider. Y. E. Yang, Shaun Micheel, Rich Beem and David Toms. Not normally names you would put at the top of your golf betting odds, but all have emerged after the final round in the past 10 years to top the standings. It highlights how wide open live PGA Championship betting can be.
"Look out of the loop for your PGA Championship bet. Tiger Woods has won the tournament four times, but not since 2007, and you might be best served using a free bet from an online bookmaker if you think that record is going to change any time soon.
"Lee Westwood was world number one this year, and has taken over the mantle as the best player never to win a major, so could this year be the best time to support him in your for PGA Championship bets?
"Don’t forget that live PGA Championship betting is a great way to stay involved in the tournament, especially as online bookmakers are offering a flurry of free bets to get you involved in online PGA Championship betting.
"Take advantage. The blanket TV coverage and vis the internet means punters can react quickly with their US PGA Championship choices.
"In my opinion, I expect a European player to top the standings, if recent history is any guide, but also be aware of the dark horse selection for PGA Championship betting. It offers a pretty wide choice.”