Considering he never hit a shot Saturday, it's not a surprise Jason Day remains the betting favorite to win the PGA Championship.
Last year's winner remains a 9/4 favorite at the Westgate Las Vegas Superbook, with play called for the day at Baltusrol. Day, two off the lead, is one of 10 players who has yet to start his third round.
He is followed by Henrik Stenson (three back) at 4/1 and by co-leaders Jimmy Walker at 7/1 and Robert Streb at 10/1.
With the event's schedule very much in flux - portions of the third and fourth rounds will be played simulatenously on Sunday - and with more weather delays appearing likely, the field, or the bloc of players not listed below, is available at 12/1.
Here are the full evening odds from the Westgate:
9/4: Jason Day
4/1: Henrik Stenson
7/1: Jimmy Walker
10/1: Robert Streb
15/1: Emiliano Grillo, Patrick Reed, Martin Kaymer
20/1: Brooks Koepka, Jordan Spieth, Rickie Fowler
30/1: Hideki Matsuyama
60/1: Adam Scott
80/1: Webb Simpson, Harris English
100/1: William McGirt, Daniel Summerhays, Jamie Donaldson, Branden Grace
125/1: Kevin Kisner