Fresh off his memorable Masters win, Tiger Woods decided to skip the Wells Fargo Championship at Quail Hollow in Charlotte, prompting additional curiousity as to how he will perform at the PGA Championship in May.

Continuing his comeback after back problems and personal issues, Woods has said he would play fewer tournaments in 2019 and it's possible he could enter Bethpage Black at Farmingdale, New York, on May 16 without a tune-up tournament. He could still compete in the AT&T Byron Nelson in Dallas on May 9 but it's rare for Woods to play in a tournament before a major.

The 43-year-old has done well at Bethpage Black, winning the 2002 U.S. Open and finishing tied for sixth at the 2009 U.S. Open.

But Woods has never won the PGA Championship after winning the Masters.

Oddsmakers still like his chances of winning the PGA Championship, as Woods pursues his 16th major and his fifth PGA Championship. He finished second at the 2018 PGA Championship at Bellerive Country Club in Town and Country, Missouri.

Woods, who last won the major in 2007, opened as +1,550 odds and BetOnline now has him at +800 odds, making him the favorite ahead of Rory McIlroy (+900).

McIlroy is seeking his third PGA Championship and his first since 2014.

Defending champion Brooks Koepka has +1,800 odds, behind Dustin Johnson, who is listed at +1,200 odds. Justin Rose is also ahead of Koepka at +1,400.

An American has won the last three PGA Championships.