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Tournament: Travelers Championship
Date: June 19-22, 2014
Venue: TPC at River Highlands
Location: Cromwell, Connecticut

In the wake of the U.S. Open, the PGA Tour heads north to Connecticut for the Travelers Championship; which has been played at TPC River Highlands since 1991. The field will be rather diluted this week after the major championship with just seven of the top-25 players from the World Golf Rankings in the field; including four (Bubba Watson, Matt Kuchar, Jason Day, Sergio Garcia) of the top-10. Last season, virtual unknown Ken Duke took this tournament in a playoff, fending off Chris Stroud with a score of 12-under and winning with a birdie on the second playoff hole.

This tourney has also given spectators plenty of excitement over the past 10 years, with the winner taking home the trophy after a playoff in five of the seasons. This is yet another tournament that is wide open to some of the fresh faces on tour, so let’s take a look at a few players who have a solid chance this week at the par-70, 6,844-yard course.

Golfers to Watch

Bubba Watson (23/2): Watson was 10-under after two rounds at this tournament last season, but could not close as he posted a 70 in each weekend round while also winning here back in 2010. He has now played himself to the third spot in the World Golf Rankings and is second in the FedEx Cup standings with two victories and seven top-10 finishes this year. Watson currently ranks first on the PGA Tour in driving distance (313.2 yards per) and this will definitely help him score low on one of the shortest courses on the PGA schedule.

Keegan Bradley (22/1): Bradley has posted a score in the 60’s in six of his past eight rounds at this course and finished in a tie for 18th last year with a score of 5-under. He had a solid performance last week at the U.S. Open, finishing in fourth place as he went under par in three of the four days, and should use that to boost his confidence this week. Just like Watson, Bradley is a long-hitter (301.4 yards per, 19th on tour) and averages 4.0 birdies per round (9th on tour) which should put him in contention from day one.

Graham DeLaet (35/1): DeLaet started the season on fire with top-8 finishes in five of his first six tournaments played, but has placed in the single-digits just twice since (11 starts). He has continued to be a force though, and has hit the most greens in regulation (72.01%) so far this year. He scored 11-under at this tournament last year, finishing in third place, and has a good chance to earn his first career PGA Tour victory this weekend.

Brian Davis (100/1): Davis has always played well at this course, finishing in the top-10 both in 2011 (9th) and 2012 (4th). He is not having the best season, but is coming around at the right time with top-14 finishes in two of his past four tournaments played, and could rebound from a poor year here this week.

Robert Streb (130/1): Streb has been solid in his second season on the PGA Tour, making the cut in 11-of-12 tournaments; including a runner-up finish at the Zurich Classic earlier this year. He is 9-under overall this year on par-4’s (2nd on tour) and could use that to help him win his first career PGA Tournament this week in Connecticut.

Betting Odds - Provided by

Bubba Watson 23/2
Matt Kuchar 25/2
Jason Day 14/1
Dustin Johnson 14/1
Sergio Garcia 19/1
Keegan Bradley 22/1
Ryan Moore 30/1
Brandt Snedeker 30/1
Paul Casey 35/1
Charley Hoffman 35/1
Johnson Wagner 35/1
Hunter Mahan 35/1
Graham Delaet 35/1
Zach Johnson 35/1
Harris English 40/1
Marc Leishman 40/1
Freddie Jacobson 45/1
Brendon De Jonge 50/1
Louis Oosthuizen 50/1
K.J. Choi 55/1
Chris Stroud 55/1
Patrick Reed 60/1
Kevin Chappell 70/1
Jonas Blixt 75/1
Retief Goosen 85/1
Carl Pettersson 85/1
Matt Jones 85/1
Bo Van Pelt 85/1
Erik Compton 85/1
Morgan Hoffmann 95/1
Ben Crane 95/1
David Toms 95/1
Andrew Svoboda 100/1
Seung-Yul Noh 100/1
Russell Knox 100/1
Brian Davis 100/1
Aaron Baddeley 100/1
Camilo Villegas 100/1
Thorbjorn Olesen 110/1
Michael Thompson 120/1
Kevin Stadler 130/1
Kevin Streelman 130/1
Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano 130/1
Nick Watney 130/1
J.J. Henry 130/1
Robert Streb 130/1
Brendan Steele 130/1
John Huh 130/1
Ryo Ishikawa 130/1
Shawn Stefani 140/1
Luke Guthrie 140/1
Charlie Wi 150/1
Scott Langley 150/1
Tim Clark 150/1
Patrick Cantlay 150/1
Billy Hurley III 160/1
Andres Romero 160/1
Brian Stuard 170/1
David Lingmerth 170/1
Heath Slocum 170/1
Chad Campbell 170/1
Will Wilcox 170/1
Troy Merritt 170/1
Greg Chalmers 170/1
James Hahn 170/1
Bryce Molder 170/1
Stuart Appleby 170/1
William McGirt 170/1
Ken Duke 170/1
D.A. Points 170/1
John Merrick 170/1
John Rollins 190/1
Matt Bettencourt 200/1
Danny Lee 220/1
Justin Hicks 220/1
Kyle Stanley 220/1
Jonathan Byrd 220/1
Mark Wilson 220/1
Sang-Moon Bae 220/1
Patrick Rodgers 220/1
Sean O'Hair 220/1
Steve Marino 240/1
Tommy Gainey 250/1
Bronson LaCassie 250/1
Wes Roach 250/1
Jim Herman 250/1
Jamie Lovemark 250/1
Tim Herron 250/1
Miguel Angel Carballo 250/1
Tag Ridings 250/1
Bobby Wyatt 250/1
Michael Putnam 250/1
Charlie Beljan 250/1
Brian Gay 250/1
John Peterson 250/1
Richard H. Lee 250/1
Trevor Immelman 250/1
Tim Wilkinson 250/1
Jeff Maggert 250/1
James Driscoll 250/1
Bud Cauley 250/1
Peter Malnati 250/1
Andrew Loupe 250/1
Brad Fritsch 250/1
Scott Gardiner 250/1

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