2018 Travelers Championship
June 18-24, 2018
TPC River Highlands
Length: 6,844 yards (6,258 m)
Format: Stroke play
Prize fund $6.8 million
Every July, Connecticut welcomes the world's best golfers at the Travelers Championship PGA Tour.
The Travelers Championship is the largest sporting event in Connecticut, having survived several sponsor changes, including a bridge plan of local corporations to keep the PGA Tour event alive in 2004.
Travelers, which has been involved the tournament since it began in 1952 as the Insurance City Open, saved the event again when it became title sponsor in 2007 as the tour started a new FedEx Cup series. The Travelers Championship was one of 38 tournaments leading to the first three-event playoffs and Tour Championship. Travelers and the Greater Hartford Jaycees began talks in the fall of 2005 after Buick informed them it wouldn't be a major sponsor after the third Buick Championship.
Travellers Championship first three decades was played at Wethersfield Country Club. In 1984, after the PGA Tour bought and redesigned Edgewood Country Club, the event moved to the new TPC of Connecticut in Cromwell. In 1991, the course was substantially redesigned with a completely new back nine holes and renamed the TPC at River Highlands.
TPC River Highlands
TPC River Highlands, a par 70, 6,844 yard course in Cromwell, Connecticut, 10 miles south of Hartford. The course is a well-balanced golf test with a mixture of long and short holes. The most notable stretch is Nos. 15-17 which play around a four-acre lake. When you include the home hole, the four-hole collection is, according to Stewart Cink, "four of the most exciting finishing holes in a group anywhere in the world."
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Travelers Championship Results and Winners
Recent Travelers Champions are Stewart Cink (2008, 1997), Hunter Mahan (2007), J.J. Henry (2006), Brad Faxon (2005), Woody Austin (2004), Peter Jacobsen (2003), Phil Mickelson (2001 & 2002)
2017 Travelers Championship Winner
2016 Travelers Championship Winner
2015 Travelers Championship Winner
2014 Travelers Championship Winner
Kevin Streelman fired a final-round 64, making birdie on each of his last seven holes, to win the 2014 Travelers Championship.
2013 Travelers Championship Winner
Ken Duke made a 2½ foot birdie putt on the 2nd playoff hole to beat Chris Stroud at the 2013 Travelers Championship to achieve his first PGA Tour title.
2012 Travelers Championship Winner
Marc Leishman earns first PGA Tour win with final-round 62. Leishman had won the 2012 Travelers Championship for his first victory on the PGA Tour in one of the more bizarre finishes in the 61-year history of the tournament.
2011 Travelers Championship Winner
The first victory in 8 years for Fredrik Jacobson, of Sweden, who won the 2011 Travelers Championship at the Tournament Players Club at River Highlands. Jacobson shot a 66 Sunday and finished the tournament at 20-under-par 260. He played a remarkable final round, finishing 17 holes eight under par.
2010 Travelers Championship Winner
Bubba Watson cried after earning his first win on Tour to go with four runner-up finishes. Watson recorded his first U.S. PGA Tour win at the 2010 Travelers Championship by beating Scott Verplank with a par on the second hole of a playoff. He rolled in a four-foot putt on the par-3 16th hole at the TPC River Highlands golf course in Cromwell, Connecticut, after Verplank missed his par attempt. Watson receives $1.08 million for the victory.
2010 Travelers Championship Winner: Bubba Watson
2009 Travelers Championship Winner
Kenny Perry shot a tournament-record 258 (22-under par) to earn his 14th career PGA TOUR victory. The 48-year-old Perry held a five-stroke lead heading into the final four holes on Sunday, but had to fend off a late charging Paul Goydos who eagled no. 15 and made birdie on the 16th. Perry then answered and put the tournament away on the 17th hole after hitting his approach shot to 8-feet and making birdie.
2009 Travelers Championship Winner: Kenny Perry
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