Top Betting Picks for the PGA Travelers Golf Tournament

The annual golf tournament that takes place in a South Suburb of Hartford, CN will get going this weekend for the Travelers Golf Tournament. The Travelers has been around for 65 years, and played at TPC at River Highlands. Last season, the tournament was actually moved to August to accommodate the 2016 Summer Olympics. Back in 1982, Tim Norris set the record, going -25 in the tournament. Last season, Russell Knox won the tournament. Let’s take a look at some of our Top betting Picks for the PGA Travelers Golf Tournament.


Rory McIIroy +900

The 28 year old from Northern Ireland is not playing his best golf right now. He missed the cut at Erin Hills, despite shooting a 71 on Day 2. Mcllroy before that finished 35th in the Players. He has not finished in the Top 10 of an event since finishing 7th at the Masters in early April. He is the favorite at +900.

Jordan Spieth +1000

The 23 year old from the University of Texas has finished in the Top 10, 5 times this season. He ranks 10th on the PGA Money List, earning nearly $3.8M. Spieth finished 35th at the US Open, and 13th at the Memorial. Before that, Spieth came away with a runner up finished at the Dean + DeLuca. Spieth is +1000 to win the event.

Jason Day +1100

Jason Day, the 29 year old from Australia has slipped down to 38th on the PGA Money List. Day was another guy that did not make the cut at Erin Hills. He shot a 79 on the first day, and backed it with a 75 on the second day. In 12 events, Day has reached the Top 10 just twice this season. Jason Day is third on the odds list at +1100.


Patrick Reed +2500

Patrick Reed has played in 19 events, and finished in the Top 10 just one time this season. He ranks 7th on the PGA Money List. Reed wrapped up a 13th place finish at Erin Hills last week. Before that, Reed did not finish in the Top 15 in any of the three events. The last time Reed finished in the Top 15 was May 7th at the Wells Fargo. Reed is +2500.

Russell Knox +7500

The defending champion. Why not give him a look right? He certainly likes the course. He likes the event. Knox is going to run up against a better field than he competed against last year when he was the champion. Russell Knox is listed at +7500 to win the event.

Kevin Na +8000

Kevin Na is a guy that hasn’t quite found traction to play solid golf for four days. Na has the tools to compete at the top of a leaderboard. Look for Na to put things together in this event. Na is listed at +8000 to win.

There are some of the best odds to win the Travelers Tournament. When we look at all the odds, and break down course history and the rest of the information, our pick is going to be Mr. Kevin Na. Na showed some greatness at times last week at the US Open. Sure, the big dogs up top are pretty good odds, but we really like Kevin Na. Bet Kevin Na at +8000 to win the Travelers Tournament.