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Final round
scores from
the Travelers Championship

Jordan Spieth -12
Daniel Berger -12
Charley Hoffman -10
Danny Lee -10
Boo Weekley -9
Patrick Reed -9
Paul Casey -9
Cheng Tsung Pan -8
David Hearn -8
Keegan Bradley -8
Kevin Streelman -8
Troy Merritt -8
Webb Simpson -8

Final round
betting
odds for
the Travelers Championship

Jordan Spieth 8/15
Boo Weekley 13/2
Daniel Berger 9/1
Paul Casey 12/1
David Lingmerth 22/1
Cheng-tsung Pan 40/1
Danny Lee 50/1
Keegan Bradley 55/1
Charley Hoffman 60/1
David Hearn 70/1
Webb Simpson 90/1
Chez Reavie 100/1
Patrick Reed 100/1
Brendan Steele 125/1
Jason Kokrak 125/1
Marc Leishman 125/1
Patrick Rodgers 125/1
Brian Harman 150/1
Bryson Dechambeau 500/1
Padraig Harrington 500/1
Ryan Brehm 500/1
Xander Schauffele 500/1

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The tour now moves on to Cromwell, Connecticut for the Travelers Championship which is once again being held at the TPC River Highlands.

River Highlands is a bit of a chameleon, the course opened in 1928 under the name of Middletown Golf Club, which later became known as the Edgewood Country Club. In 1982 Pete Dye completely redesigned the 6,841 yard track and finally in 1989 it went through another renovation this time undertaken by Bobby Weed with input from PGA Tour players Howard Twitty and Roger Maltbie.

The course weaves its way through mature maple, oak, eastern white pine and sycamore trees, which help to frame the gently rolling fairways. There are numerous lakes, ponds and over 100 bunkers. The tough finishing stretch of holes from the 15th - 17th play around a four-acre lake - just to make things a bit more interesting!




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My tips to win:

As you can see I don’t really fancy any of the main players teeing it up this week and feel Paul Casey 25/1 – with 32Red – has a lot to prove to himself after his third round collapse at last weekends US Open. Did the pressure get to him? Who knows but I have mentioned before about Paul’s inability to deal with mistakes and how he lets them affect the next few holes. Casey has a runner-up finish here two years ago losing a play-off and finished in the Top 10 last year, the perfect situation to put last weeks toils to bed.

One player who did play consistent golf last week on his way to making the Top 10 was Brandt Snedeker 33/1 – with Bwin – who should come into this week in confident mood. Brandt has had several Top 10s this year his best finishing being his forth place at Pebble Beach in the AT&T. Snedeker has a solid record here and while he missed out last year due to injury I feel he will be looking forward to this week.

My each-way tips:

I have gone for three each-way tips this week and first up is Bubba Watson 35/1 – with BetFred – who has won this event twice and had a runner-up finish here. To show how inconsistent Bubba has been this year his record over his last six starts has been; ninth, missed cut, fifth, missed cut, sixth, missed cut! Going on that pattern alone we should see him challenging this week, but on a serious note he obviously enjoys the TPC River Highlands track and I expect him to be in the thick of it again come Sunday.

Marc Leishman 35/1 – with BetFred – was one of the early pace setters at last weeks US Open but couldn’t maintain that challenge, but he did play some solid golf and finished just outside the Top 25. Like last week Marc has been playing some steady golf with nine Top 25 finishes from sixteen starts which includes his win at the Arnold Palmer Invitational and a couple of other Top 10s. Leishman is a past champion here and opened up with a 65 last year and closed with a 66 and I expect him to be in the mix again come Sunday.

I must admit at one stage last week I thought Charley Hoffman 40/1 – with Bet365 – was going to put in a real charge for the US Open title, but a couple of putts got away from him, but he will take a lot of heart from his Top 10 finish. Like the other players I have picked this week Charley has a solid record here that includes a runner-up finish and he is another player who will be turning up in confident mood.

My outside tip:

It has been a strange time for Keegan Bradley 150/1 – with 32Red – who started the wraparound season so well, only being outside the Top 25 once from his first seven starts that included three Top 10s. That missed cut would start to appear regularly for the Floridian having had six of them so far this year. Keegan has played some steady golf over this track and making the cut at last weeks US Open could just be the boost he needs to get his season back on track.

If you want a bigger outside tip then there is Hunter Mahan 500/1 – with 32Red – who is having a mare of a season but he has won this event and had two runners-up finishes.

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