2016 PGA Championship: 13 Picks To Win At Baltusrol\nOur weekly ranking (with Vegas odds) of the best bets to win the PGA Championship at Baltusrol.\nPODCAST: A Vegas oddsmaker on setting golf betting lines\nPGA Championship history: Defending champ; top 15 in four of six PGA appearances.\nCurrent Vegas odds: 8/1 (Co-favorite; All lines according to Golfodds.com)\nReason to pick: Day has been the best golfer on the planet in 2016. After winning seven times in 17 starts, he comes to Baltusrol on a four-tournament winless streak, but that includes a near-miss at Firestone and being on the bad end of the draw at Royal Troon.\nCause for concern: As much as any other player in the field, Day is feeling pressure to win a major this year to validate his title as the world's best golfer.\nPGA Championship history: Winner in 2012 and 2014.\nCurrent Vegas odds: 8/1 (Co-favorite)\nReason to pick: Other than a missed cut at the U.S. Open, McIlroy has played brilliant golf since March, including a T-5 at the Open Championship despite being on the wrong end of the draw.\nCause for concern: Given all the high finishes, McIlroy still hasn't won a PGA Tour event in more than 14 months.\nPGA Championship history: 2005 champ; runner-up in 2014.\nCurrent Vegas odds: 20/1\nReason to pick: Mickelson is coming off one of the great performances in major championship history. He's also returning to the site of his lone PGA Championship victory.\nCause for concern: Moving on from a close call like the one he had at the Troon is a tall order. It becomes even tougher when you only have a week off to get ready for the next major.\nPGA Championship history: T-30 in 2015; T-58 in 2014.\nCurrent Vegas odds: 40/1\nReason to pick: Reed's nine top-10s on the PGA Tour this season trails only Dustin Johnson. He's also coming off a career-best major finish with a T-12 at the Open Championship, despite being on the wrong side of the draw.\nCause for concern: Reed hasn't won in 18 months and has never seriously contended at a major championship. However, a win by him would complete a sweep of first-time major winners in 2016.\nPGA Championship history: Two top-25s in six starts.\nCurrent Vegas odds: 80/1\nReason to pick: Let's make this clear. We don't believe Holmes' has the fifth-best chance of winning at Baltusrol, but at 80/1, we think he's the fifth-best bet. Why? Two players have finished in the top four at two majors this year: Dustin Johnson and Holmes.\nCause for concern: Finishing in the top four, especially when you're 14 strokes behind the winner, is a lot different than actually being in the hunt at a major on Sunday.\nPGA Championship history: Four top-10s in six starts.\nCurrent Vegas odds: 8/1 (co-favorite)\nReason to pick: The new World No. 2 shook up the "Big 3" landscape by winning the U.S. Open and WGC-Bridgestone Invitational in back-to-back starts.\nCause for concern: If we're betting anyone with odds this low, we're leaning toward Day and McIlroy on a track where scrambling should be a big factor.\nPGA Championship history: Four top-six finishes in his past six starts.\nCurrent Vegas odds: 15/1\nReason to pick: No one will arrive at Baltusrol more loose and confident following his historic performance at the Open Championship. At 40, Stenson believes "the floodgates" may finally be opening for him at golf's biggest events.\nCause for concern: That kind of showing had to take something out of him -- no matter how physically fit the Swede is.\nPGA Championship history: Runner-up in 2015.\nCurrent Vegas odds: 10/1\nReason to pick: After a year in which he nearly won all four majors, he can't possibly get shut out . . . right?\nCause for concern: The Olympics decision. The "negative questions." Spieth doesn't seem to be in the best state of mind at the moment.\nPGA Championship history: Two runner-ups and a T-3 in 17 tries.\nCurrent Vegas odds: 30/1\nReason to pick: Garcia is the only player to post top-fives at both the U.S. and British Opens. With that type of play, plus a recent win at the Byron Nelson, 30/1 seems a bit high.\nCause for concern: There's that whole never-won-a-major thing. And we're not sure if Sergio is encouraged or deflated by the fact Dustin Johnson and Henrik Stenson have now removed their names from that conversation.\nPGA Championship history: Four top-10s in 15 starts.\nCurrent Vegas odds: 25/1\nReason to pick: Those back-to-back wins earlier in the season at PGA National and Doral. Plus, he's one of the few players in the field who made the cut at the 2005 PGA (T-40).\nCause for concern: A T-10 in a limited-field event is his best finish since those two wins all the way back now in March.\nPGA Championship history: Fourth last year, T-3 in 2012.\nCurrent Vegas odds: 30/1\nReason to pick: Rose looks to be rounding back into form from a back injury with a T-22 at the Open Championship. His lack of play/success since a solo third at the Wells Fargo is the only reason a player of this caliber has odds this high.\nCause for concern: A back issue is one of the biggest causes for concern any golfer can have.\nPGA Championship history: 2013 champ, 2011 runner-up.\nCurrent Vegas odds: 80/1\nReason to pick: These odds seem high for a former champ coming off a T-22 at Royal Troon and a T-8 at Oakmont. Also, Dufner's lone major title came at Oak Hill, a classic Northeast track in the same mold as Baltusrol.\nCause for concern: Putting. Always the putting. Dufner arrives at Baltusrol ranked 169th on the PGA Tour in strokes gained on the green.\nPGA Championship history: Five straight made cuts, including a T-12 in 2011.\nCurrent Vegas odds: 100/1\nReason to pick: It might not seem like much, but Haas, a six-time PGA Tour winner and the 2011 FedEx Cup champ, finally notched his first top-10 at a major in 28 tries at the Open Championship.\nCause for concern: That T-9 at Royal Troon came despite shooting a final-round 75 and beginning the day alone in third place.