Updated 2022 Travelers Championship Odds & 7 Picks for Patrick Cantlay, Brian Harman, More

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Odds for traveling championship in 2022

Golfer Odds
Rory McIlroy +900
Scottie Scheffler +1000
Patrick Cantlay +1200
Sam Burns +1800
Xander Schauffele +1800
Jordan Spieth +2200
Joaquin Niemann +2500
Keegan Bradley +2500
Sungjae Im +2500
Tony Finau +3000
Aaron Wise +4000
Brian Harman +4000
Davis Riley +4000
Seamus Power +4000
Brendan Steele +4500
Marc Leishman +4500
Mito Pereira +4500
Tommy Fleetwood +5000
Harold Varner III +6000
Denny McCarthy +6600
Jason Day +6600
Keith Mitchell +6600
Webb Simpson +6600
Si Woo Kim +7000
Jason Kokrak +8000
Brendon Todd +9000
Joel Dahmen +9000
KH Lee +9000
Maverick McNealy +9000
Christiaan Bezuidenhout +10 000
Cameron Tringale +11000
Luke’s list +11000
Mackenzie Hughes +11000
Adam Long +12500
Doug Ghim +12500
Harris English +12500
Jhonattan Vegas +12500
Kevin Kisner +12500
Kevin Streelman +12500
Sahith Theegala +12500
Tom Hoge +12500
Aaron Rai +14000
CT Pan +14000
Cameron Davis +14000
Charles Howell III +14000
Anirban Lahiri +15 000
Cameron Champ +15 000
Dylan Frittelli +15 000
Emiliano Grillo +15 000
Lanto Griffin +15 000
Matthew NeSmith +15 000
Nick Hardy +15 000
Rickie Fowler +15 000
Sepp Straka +15 000
Troy Merritt +15 000
Ryan Palmer +16000
Chez Reavie +17500
Alex Smalley +20 000
Beau Hossler +20 000
JJ Spaun +20 000
Kramer Hickok +20 000
Lucas Glover +20 000
Mark Hubbard +20 000
Matt Wallace +20 000
Matthew Wolff +20 000
Russell Knox +20 000
Scott Stallings +20 000
Stewart Cink +20 000
Wyndham Clark +20 000
Adam Svensson +22500
Andrew Putnam +22500
Danny Willett +22500
David Lipsky +22500
Hank Lebioda +22500
Hayden Buckley +22500
James Hahn +22500
Martin Laird +22500
Scott Piercy +22500
Tyler Duncan +22500
Adam Schenk +25 000
Austin Smotherman +25 000
Brice Garnett +25 000
Callum Tarren +25 000
Charley Hoffman +25 000
Danny Lee +25 000
Garrick Higgo +25 000
JT Poston +25 000
John Huh +25 000
Matthias Schwab +25 000
Patton Kizzire +25 000
Stephan Jaeger +25 000
Zach Johnson +25 000
Chad Ramey +27500
Joseph Bramlett +27500
Lee Hodges +27500
Brandon Wu +30 000
Brandt Snedeker +30 000
Carlos Ortiz +30 000
Christopher Gotterup +30 000
Doc Redman +30 000
Nate Lashley +30 000
Peter Malnati +30 000
Rory Sabbatini +30 000
Taylor Moore +30 000
Brian Stuard +35 000
Greyson Sigg +35 000
Justin Lower +35 000
Vincent Whaley +35 000
Austin Cook +40 000
Harry Higgs +40 000
Henrik Norlander +40 000
Luke Donald +40 000
Robert Streb +40 000
Andrew Landry +50 000
Andrew Novak +50 000
Ben Kohles +50 000
Bill Haas +50 000
Chesson Hadley +50 000
David Skinns +50 000
Dylan Wu +50 000
Joshua Creel +50 000
Kelly Kraft +50 000
Kevin Tway +50 000
Kiradech Aphibarnrat +50 000
Michael Gligic +50 000
Paul Barjon +50 000
Sam Ryder +50 000
Scott Gutschewski +50 000
Sung Kang +50 000
Trey Mullinax +50 000
Max McGreevy +60 000
Seth Reeves +60 000
Brandon Hagy +75 000
Jim Herman +75 000
Morgan Hoffmann +75 000
Nick Watney +75 000
Patrick Flavin +75 000
Richy Werenski +75 000
Ben Silverman +100 000
Benjamin James +100 000
Bo Hoag +100 000
Brett Drewitt +100 000
Cole Hammer +100 000
Curtis Thompson +100 000
Dawie van der Walt +100 000
Jared Wolfe +100 000
Jonas Blixt +100 000
Martin coaches +100 000
Michael Thorbjørnsen +100 000
Ryan Brehm +100 000
William McGirt +100 000
Adam D’Amario +150 000

We have a very strong field this week for the 2022 Travelers’ Championship, with four of the top six players in the world, according to the official world golf franking, and the top four in the FedEx Cup standings as well.

This week, the TPC River Highlands in Connecticut will be one of the shortest courses players will see all year on the PGA TOUR. At less than 6,900 yards, it can be a paradise for ball-catchers, although the likes of Dustin Johnson and Bubba Watson have found great success here.

Our employees come after a couple of good weeks, first hitting bets at +450, +120 and -115 odds for the RBC Canadian Open, and then getting Derek Farnsworth to a big Matt Fitzpatrick props winner at +1800 for the US Open.

Before the golf world’s focus (at least on the course) turns to the UK, check out our staff’s best bets for a big stop on the TOUR calendar.

2022 travelers’ championship choice

Davis Riley +4500

Jason Sobel: As you’ve probably already noticed, he’s on the same track as his friend Will Zalatoris and some of the game’s other young twenty-something up-and-comers, just a year or so behind the timeline. Maybe less.

Riley’s results in his last six starts suggest a high combination of ceilings / floors: 31.-13.-4.-13.-9.-5. – and that does not even include a playoff loss in the Valspar Championship back in March.

It will be a long task to take down the big names, but in a small sample size, Riley has shown a tendency to play his best golf when birdies are readily available, as they will be this week. I love taking a shot at this price.

Riley is 40-1 at most sportsbooks, but you can get him at 45-1 at WynnBet, starting Tuesday night.

Brendan Steele – Top 30 (+120)

Chris Murphy: One player who jumps off the page for me this week is Brendan Steele. He really fits in with a lot of what I see after this week at TPC River Highlands, and his game is moving upwards towards the tournament.

Steele has consecutive top-10 finishes in the elite field at the PGA Championship and Memorial, where he got better than eight shots with his ball. He will look to continue the hot game into a tournament where he has placed in the top 25 in two of his last three appearances, including a T6 back in 2020.

It seems that Steele will be a popular play in the DFS area, so I will look to get some exposure for him in the gaming markets. I have been a bit conservative here with my best bet, but with plus money this really stood out. I would look to add him to the card across the board, even up to his long-term prospects of winning at +6500 listed on FanDuel.

Patrick Cantlay +1400

Matt Vincenzi: Patrick Cantlay is all I want in a golfer on the TPC River Highlands. He has a solid game overall and can get hot enough to win tournaments with his putter. In the past, we’ve seen golfers make it on The Travelers by doing a little bit of each. In his last four starts on the field, Cantlay has not finished worse than 15th place.

Perhaps the most striking identifier for a potential Cantlay victory is his success in Pete Dye design. The 30-year-old ranks first in Strokes Gained: Total on Pete Dye designs. His team winner earlier this year at the Zurich Classic was also a Pete Dye design at TPC Louisiana.

If you exclude the major championships, which Cantlay has struggled for the most part through this point in his career, he has knocked on the door for a victory. He finished second at the RBC Heritage (also a Pete Dye design) and third at the Memorial Tournament before his 14th at the US Open.

Cantlay famously shot 60 as an amateur at TPC River Highlands in 2011. He is a birdie-maker who should go into the week under the radar and motivated to win another PGA TOUR event.

Patrick Cantlay +1400

Derek Farnsworth: This best-playing article is filled with sharp golf heads, so it feels good to finally contribute a winner in the US Open. I had Matt Fitzpatrick to win without the top five favorites at +1800. It turns out that I could only have bet him on winning straight up to better odds, but I’m happy to take the victory.

This week I’m going to a golfer who has received a lot of criticism for his game in the majors in recent years. While his name was never mentioned near the top of the leaderboard, Cantlay put together a strong weekend to sneak into the top 15.

It has come to a point where it is surprising to see Cantlay not in conflict in the non-majors. He has completed T14 or better in 10 of his last 14 starts on the PGA TOUR with two wins, two seconds, a third and two quarters during that stretch. He is the best in this field in strokes achieved per round on Pete Dye courses, and he has finished among the top 15 at this event in all four of his appearances. He has no weakness in the game and puts his best on bent / poa greens.

Scottie Scheffler – Top 5, Patrick Cantlay – Top 10 and Xander Schauffele – Top 20 (+2000)

Rob Bolton: I mean, come on. Why do you have to do this to me, FanDuel?

Twenty times the setback for a guy (Scheffler) with four wins and a few seconds on his last dozen starts, another guy (Cantlay) with three podium finishes on his last five, and another (Schauffele) with five consecutive top 20s on arrival? Understand that this is an and-proposal and not an or-, but, uh, to ask, what is your limit for invested units? #RhetoricalQ

Of course, this will not pay off. It’s too obvious. Oh, and I do not think I have met one of these yet. (Insert reverse fantasy / betting analyst jinx here, please.) But heck, they’re funny!

Marc Leishman +5000

Joshua Perry: Leishman was not at his best off the tee at the US Open, but everything else was in good shape last week on his way to becoming number 14.

This has also been a great place for him. He won his first PGA TOUR victory on this course in 2012 and has five more top-25s since that result.

Brian Harman – Top 10 (+430)

Landon Silinsky: Harman looked pretty good last week at The Country Club, and managed the cut and played well in three rounds before he stuck his toe in on Sunday, which dropped him to a share of 43rd place. He’s likely to return pretty soon this week on one of his favorite courses on the PGA TOUR circuit.

In 10 starts at TPC River Highlands since 2012, Harman has taken the cut eight times, finishing in the top 10 in four of those starts.

Aside from a brutal missed cut at Colonial when he was the chalk of the week in DFS, Harman has been pretty consistent this season, with 11 of 14 cuts since the calendar turned to 2022. He has shot at all cylinders through his past eight starts or so, ranking 16 in this field in Total Strokes Gained, 19th in SG: Ball-Striking and 38th in SG: Putting in the time.

Harman will not be nearly as popular this week as he was at Colonial, but his story at this event is too strong to ignore. Another top-10 ranking is solidly on the table.

Mito Pereira +5000

Bryan Berryman: TPC River Highlands has been a staple on the PGA Tour for over 30 years. The short, yet exciting setup requires accuracy from the tee, with players having to navigate tough fairway bunkers and water obstacles waiting for a poorly beaten tee shot.

I’m looking for players who have a combination of off-the-field accuracy and strong wedge play for my betting card this week. Mito Pereira fits that shape.

The 6,841-yard setup will mean an abundance of approach shots from 125-150 yards, a range where the Chilean ranks first in this field near the hole over the last 24 rounds. Over this same stretch, Pereira is sixth in Strokes Gained: Off-the-Tee and seventh in SG: Approach. To start with, he has hit 64% of the fairways and 70% of his greens in regulation in the last 12 months.

All these statistics point to Pereira having a breakout week. After losing a cut in last week’s US Open, I think this number is a bit inflated and has a very strong value. The course is set up in a way that should put him in many positions to harness the strength of his game.

You can still get Pereira to 50-1 at PointsBet, BetRivers and WynnBet starting Tuesday night.