Travelers Championship: What to know for the TOUR's trip to Connecticut
Following a tough week in Brookline, Massachusetts, that saw the best 72-hole score only go as low as Matt Fitzpatrick's 6-under, the TOUR now heads to TPC River Highlands, where Jim Furyk shot a 58 in 2016.
When: June 23-26
Where: Cromwell, Connecticut
How to watch
|Thursday||3-6 p.m.||Golf Channel|
|Friday||3-6 p.m.||Golf Channel|
|Saturday||1-3 p.m.||Golf Channel|
|Sunday||1-3 p.m.||Golf Channel|
Last year's result
Harris English grabbed his fourth career PGA TOUR win and second of the season after an exciting eight-hole playoff against Kramer Hickok. Their battle was only the seventh time a playoff had gone eight or more holes in the TOUR's history.
Marc Leishman finished alone in third, one shot short of the playoff at 12-under. Abraham Ancer, a recent LIV Golf commit, placed fourth at 11-under. Five players, including Brooks Koepka and Kevin Kisner, tied for fifth at 10-under.
2021: Harris English (-13) in a playoff over Kramer Hickok
2020: Dustin Johnson (-19) over Kevin Streelman
2019: Chez Reavie (-17) over Keegan Bradley, Zach Sucher
2018: Bubba Watson (-17) over 4 players
2017: Jordan Spieth (-12) in a playoff over Daniel Berger
2016: Russell Knox (-14) over Jerry Kelly
2015: Bubba Watson (-16) in a playoff over Paul Casey
2014: Kevin Streelman (-15) over K.J. Choi, Sergio Garcia
2013: Ken Duke (-12) in a playoff over Chris Stroud
English, who returned to the TOUR at the Memorial Tournament earlier this month after undergoing hip surgery in February, will defend his well-fought Travelers title.
Five of the world's top-10 golfers are joining English, including Scheffler, McIlroy, and No. 5 Justin Thomas. Other top players in the field include Xander Schauffele, 2017 winner Jordan Spieth, and Tony Finau.
Cole Hammer, part of the Texas Longhorns team that claimed the NCAA title on June 1, is making his professional TOUR debut at the Travelers Championship. Many TOUR professionals launched their careers at this event, including Viktor Hovland and Matthew Wolff in 2019.
Featured/marquee groups (all times ET)
Group: Tony Finau, Sungjae Im, Luke List
Thursday - 7:25 a.m. (No. 10 tee)
Friday - 12:40 p.m.
Group: Justin Thomas, Xander Schauffele, Tom Hoge
Thursday - 7:35 a.m. (No. 10 tee)
Friday - 12:50 p.m.
Group: Rory McIlroy, Kevin Kisner, Webb Simpson
Thursday - 7:45 a.m. (No. 10 tee)
Friday - 1:00 p.m.
Group: Patrick Cantlay, Harris English, Marc Leishman
Thursday - 12:40 p.m. (No. 1 tee)
Friday - 7:25 a.m.
Group: Keegan Bradley, Sam Burns, Joel Dahmen
Thursday - 12:50 p.m. (No. 1 tee)
Friday - 7:35 a.m.
Group: Jordan Spieth, Scottie Scheffler, Zach Johnson
Thursday - 1:00 p.m. (No. 1 tee)
Friday - 7:45 a.m.
TPC River Highlands is a 6,852-yard, par-70 course and one of the shortest on TOUR.
Pete Dye redesigned the course in 1982. It underwent a second renovation in 1989 by Bobby Weed, with TOUR players Howard Twitty and Roger Maltbie serving as consultants.
Holes Nos. 15-17 play around a four-acre lake on the course, making it one of the more challenging stretches through the 18 holes.
Rory McIlroy +1,000
Scottie Scheffler +1,000
Justin Thomas +1,100
Patrick Cantlay +1,600
Sam Burns +1,600
Xander Schauffele +2,000
Jordan Spieth +2,200
Joaquin Niemann +2,800
Sungjae Im +2,800
Keegan Bradley +3,300
Tony Finau +3,300
Aaron Wise +4,000
Davis Riley +4,000
Tommy Fleetwood +4,000
Seamus Power +4,500
Brian Harman +5,000
Harold Varner III +5,000
Marc Leishman +5,000
Mito Pereira +5,000
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