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the Travelers Championship
Bubba Watson -17
Stewart Cink -14
Beau Hossler -14
J.B. Holmes -14
Paul Casey -14
Kevin Tway -13
Brian Harman -13
Russell Henley -13
Chase Seiffert -12
Bryson DeChambeau -12
Anirban Lahiri -12
Paul Casey 4/9
Russell Henley 8/1
Brian Harman 14/1
Jason Day 20/1
Bubba Watson 25/1
JB Holmes 25/1
Anirban Lahiri 33/1
Bryson Dechambeau 33/1
Beau Hossler 50/1
Rory McIlroy 66/1
Kyle Stanley 80/1
Jamie Lovemark 100/1
Ryan Blaum 100/1
Danny Lee 125/1
Matt Jones 125/1
Emiliano Grillo 150/1
Patrick Cantlay 150/1
Zach Johnson 150/1
Kevin Tway 250/1
Scott Brown 300/1
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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:
Over this wraparound season so far Paul Casey 18/1 – with Bet365 – has only finished outside the Top 20 twice, he has a win and three other Top 10s from his thirteen starts on the PGA and European Tours including his sixteenth-place finish at last week’s US Open, where he fired a very creditable 73 on a great golf course that had been turned into a joke by the USGA. Over his last three starts over the TPC River Highlands track Paul has a runner-up, a Top 5 and a seventeenth-place finishes and I expect him to be up there again this week.
I am sure Marc Leishman 28/1 – with PaddyPower – will take a lot of positives from his first two days at last week’s US Open championship and with a Top 10 finish at the Masters and a runner-up at the Byron Nelson a couple of weeks ago his golf game is in good shape. The Travelers was Marc’s first PGA Tour win and obviously brings back some great memories when he tees it up here, he also has a couple of Top 20 finishes in this event and I expect him to be in the thick of it come Sunday.
I am not sure Daniel Berger 30/1 – with SportingBet – was expecting to be in the final pairings come Sunday at the US Open, but his final round 73 after a nervy start showed great character and gave him a sixth-place finish. Daniel has played in this event twice and made the Top 5 in his first start and followed that up with a runner-up finish last year, so he obviously enjoys playing the course and I expect him to be in one of the final pairings again come Sunday afternoon.
With two wins already, this year Bubba Watson 33/1 – with SportingBet – would have been disappointed to have missed the cut at last week’s US Open, especially as the course was set up for a someone who can manoeuvre the ball which the Floridian is renowned for. But coming back to a track where he has had two wins, a runner-up and a couple of Top 10s, I expect him to be challenging again this week.
Saturday at the US Open proved to be a brutal test and Charley Hoffman 50/1 – with SportingBet – 77 and a final round 74 gradually see him slide out of contention, but I am sure he will take a lot of positives from his Top 20 finish and bring them here this week. Charley has a runner-up and a couple of Top 10 finishes over the TPC River Highlands course and I think this is the perfect tournament to get his season back on track.
Another past champion here is Kevin Streelman 90/1 – with SportingBet – who also has several Top 10 finishes here including an eighth-place last year when he shot a final round 64 to move up the leaderboard. While Kevin may have missed three cuts this year, he also has three Top 10 finishes and coming back here I think these are good odds for the Illinoisan
Try past Champions Ken Duke 500/1 – with Coral
As always good luck
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