Brooks Koepka missed out on winning his third straight U.S. Open last week. Koepka heads to TPC River Highlands in Connecticut on June 20 as the major favorite to win the Travelers Championship. Check out our 2019 Travelers Championship odds and analysis!
2019 Travelers Championship Odds, Predictions & Picks
- When: June 20 – June 23
- Where: TPC River Highlands, Cromwell, CT
- TV: Golf Channel / CBS
- Live Stream: Golf.tv
Odds to Win the 2019 Travelers Championship
- Brooks Koepka +600
- Patrick Cantlay +1000
- Jordan Spieth +1400
- Francesco Molinari +1600
- Jason Day +1800
- Paul Casey +2000
- Justin Thomas +2000
- Tommy Fleetwood +2800
- Marc Leishman +2800
- Bryson DeChambeau +3000
- Louis Oosthuizen +3300
- Tony Finau +3500
- Brandt Snedeker +3500
- Bubba Watson +3500
- Patrick Reed +5000
- Phil Mickelson +5000
Which golfer among Cantlay, Spieth, Molinari, and Day can beat Brooks Koepka?
Let’s first admit that Koepka looks formidable in this spot. He shot a -9 at last year’s Travelers Championship. Plus, he’s scored with a fourth place or better finish in 3 of his last 4 tournaments played. However, he was only effective enough for a fiftieth at the RBC Canadian Open in his tournament before the U.S. Open.
Cantlay shot a -10 and Spieth shot a -4 at the 2018 Travelers Championship. Both have a chance here. The golfer that we should really pay attention to, though, is +1800 Jason Day. Day shot four straight rounds under 70 last year. He had a great first round 66 and a great third round 66. If not for the 69 in Round 4, he might have won.
He hasn’t finished better than twenty-first, and he’s missed the cut twice in his last five tournaments. But at the odds and based on last year, he most definitely deserves the most attention to upset Koepka.
Which +2000 to +3000 golfer can take the 2019 Travelers Championship?
Paul Casey finished only 3 strokes off winner Bubba Watson at the 2018 Travelers Championship. Casey withdrew from the Charles Schwab Classic, and was only good enough for a twenty-first place finish at the U.S. Open, though.
Still, Casey has an edge over the other golfers in the +2000 to +3000 range. He shot a 69 final round at the U.S. Open and has decent history over TPC River Highlands. Casey’s got the best shot to win among golfers in this price range.
Who is the best pick among the +3300 to +5000 choice can win the tournament?
Bubba Watson’s form is off. Although he won the Travelers last year, it’s hard to see him repeating this year.
The two to peg as possible winners are Tony Finau and Louis Oosthuizen. Finau missed the cut at both the U.S. Open and the Memorial Tournament. However, he finished second at the Charles Schwab Classic. He could turn his form around here and play for the trophy on Sunday.
Oosthuizen had a great U.S. Open. He shot a 66-70-70-72, -6. That was good enough for seventh place. If Oosthuizen remains hot, he also will have a shot to lift the trophy on Sunday.
Is there a golfer at odds higher than +5000 that can win the 2019 Travelers Championship?
Charley Hoffman shot a -10 at the 2018 Travelers Championship. He hasn’t played well, but he has a shot of turning his form around this week. He skipped the U.S. Open to rest up for the Travelers.
Because the purse is over $7 million, it makes perfect sense why a golfer like Hoffman might want to target TPC River Highlands. At odds of +6600, Charley Hoffman as a real chance to take the victory this weekend.