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Travelers Championship 2020 Betting Odds, Picks, and Preview

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The world’s golf elite is readying up to take on the Travelers Championship, the next instalment in the PGA Tour, held at TPC River Highlands. With just Adam Scott skipping the event from the current top ten rank list, we are bound to see some pretty intense action.

Webb Simpson, fresh out of his most recent victory at the RBC Heritage, will naturally participate, aiming at another title. Simpson just won his seventh career victory in the PGA circuit, making for an exciting event indeed. Admittedly, Simpson had the added benefit of not having to face some of the top golf dogs, but his victory is impressive all the same.

Let’s take a quick look at the upcoming Travelers Championship odds first and then run you through the rest of the details.

Travelers Championship 2020 Betting Odds

Bryson De Chambeau+1200
Justin Thomas+1200
Rory McIlroy+1200
Jon Rahm+1800
Brooks Koepka+2000
Webb Simpson+2000
Dustin Johnson+2500
Justin Rose+2500
Patrick Cantlay+2500
Abraham Ancer+2800

Odds taken June 23

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Where to Watch Travelers Championship 2020

You may follow the Travelers Championship 2020 choosing from several channels and streams, including television, radio and PGA Tour Live. Here are the details for each (source PGA Tour)


PGA Tour Live


McIlroy Suffers a Bad Beat, His Odds Remain Strong

With Rory McIlroy has not been demonstrating his best performance these days, and especially with golfing taking a three-month hiatus, the odds still seem to back him. His stats this year is great as well.

He has 8 events, made Top 10 six times and won once. His earnings amount to $3,899,801 as of now, although he took a bad beating in the Charles Schwab Challenge and RBC Heritage where he finished 32nd and 41st respectively.  

Bryson DeChambeau up in the Sportsbooks’ Favors

Known for his “unleash the kraken” catchphrase, DeChambeau seems well-tipped to return to the Travelers Championship and vie for the top spot. He finished 8th in the RBC Heritage and his best showing so far this year has been the WGC-Mexico Championship when he placed second behind Patrick Reed.

Who Has Won the Event So Far?

Sometimes, having a look back in history may tip you off as to who stands to win next. The winners of the past editions are definitely not among the top ten tipped players this time around, though. Many are actually missing from the list altogether.

Bubba Watson is priced at (+2900) this year, giving some hopes that the player may break into the top spot again. He does have 11 events this year but only 3 top finishes, which has shown lack of consistency.

Jason Day seems even farther down in the pricing with odds showing him at (+6500). Both Watson and Day remain worthy picks in the upcoming event, but they may take a few events before they start breaking into the top spots with some consistency again. In the meantime, their pricing definitely offers great value for underdog bettors.

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