Eric Cole Odds to Win and Stats for The 2023 PGA Championship

Media by Associated Press: Eric Cole watches after hitting from the ninth fairway during the second round of the Arnold Palmer Invitational golf tournament

Eric Cole enters the 2023 PGA Championship at Oak Hill Country Club with +30000 odds after making the cut in his most recent outing, the AT&T Byron Nelson, finishing 23rd. Before Cole tees off in Rochester, New York, let’s take a look at his recent form to help you make your best bets.

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Cole to win the 2023 PGA Championship +30000

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Eric Cole’s recent tournaments

Date Tournament Finish Score Shots Behind Leader Earnings
May 11-14 AT&T Byron Nelson 23 66-68-70-65 (-15) 8 $80,546
May 4- 7 Wells Fargo Championship MC 71-72 (+1) $0
April 27-30 Mexico Open at Vidanta 5 65-68-69-66 (-16) 8 $284,900
March 30 – April 2 Valero Texas Open 39 71-67-75-72 (-3) 12 $36,045
March 16-19 Valspar Championship MC 74-70 (+2) $0

Eric Cole’s recent performance

  • Cole has finished with a score lower than the tournament average in two of his last five tournaments.
  • He has carded an average score of -11 over his last five appearances.
  • Cole has finished in the top five in one of his last five events.
  • He’s qualified for the weekend in three of his last five appearances.
  • Cole has headed to the clubhouse under par 10 times, completed his day without a bogey twice and finished 10 rounds with a better-than-average score over his last 14 rounds played.
  • He has carded a top-five score twice and a top-10 score on three occasions in his last 14 rounds played.

Eric Cole’s last five outings

Events Within Three Shots Within Five Shots Below Average
5 0 0 2

Eric Cole’s Last Time Out

  • Cole carded a birdie or better on two of the 16 par-3 holes at the AT&T Byron Nelson (the field averaged 1.7).
  • On the 16 par-3 holes at the AT&T Byron Nelson, Cole did not record a bogey or worse (the other competitors averaged 1.8).
  • Cole recorded more birdies or better (13) than the tournament average of 6.8 on the 44 par-4 holes at the AT&T Byron Nelson.
  • At that last outing, Cole had a bogey or worse on seven of the 44 par-4 holes (the field averaged 4.5).
  • Cole ended the AT&T Byron Nelson bettering the field average of birdies or better on par-5 holes (4.9) with six on the 12 par-5 holes.
  • While the field at the AT&T Byron Nelson averaged 0.4 bogeys or worse on the 12 par-5 holes, Cole finished without one.
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