Tiger Woods finished tied for sixth place, 3 strokes behind playing partner and eventual winner Francesco Molinari, oddsmakers certainly have taken notice.

At the Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook, Woods opened tied for the fourth-best odds to win the PGA Championship at 16-1. Rickie Fowler and Justin Thomas are also at 16-1.

Jordan Spieth, Rory McIlroy and Dustin Johnson opened as the three co-favorites at 12-1 at Westgate. Third-round leader Spieth entered Sunday as a +150 favorite to win The Open, but finished with a 5-over 76 and tied for ninth place.

The 100th PGA Championship will take place August 9-12 at Bellerive Country Club in Town and Country, Missouri.

As for The Open, Woods was as high as +150 on live wagering at Westgate on Sunday, when he had the lead on the 11th tee, after entering the day with 14-1 odds to take home the Claret Jug and 3 strokes back of the leaders.

“It didn’t feel any different,” Woods told reporters after the round. “It didn’t feel any different to be next to the lead and knowing what I needed to do. I’ve done it so many different ways. It felt great to be part of the mix and build my way into the championship. Today was a day I had a great opportunity.”

Tiger is getting close, I can just feel his 15th Major Championship happening soon.