2016 Travelers Championship, Las Vegas Sports Betting Odds and Predictions


Golfers to Bet – Travelers

2016 Travelers Champ
Aug 4-7 – Purse: $6,600,000
TPC River Highlands – Cromwell, Connecticut, United States

After an exciting PGA Championship, the golfers head to Connecticut for the Travelers Championship on Thursday.
Jimmy Walker is the guy that emerged as the winner at the PGA Championship last weekend. He defeated Jason Day by one stroke and that gave Walker his first ever major victory. He’ll now take the week off and it is certainly a well-deserved break.

The field in this tournament will, however, include guys like Bubba Watson, Brooks Koepka, Branden Grace, Matt Kuchar and Patrick Reed. Watson is the top dog coming into this thing, as he has won this tournament twice in his career. That includes his victory here a year ago as well.

With that out of the way, let’s now take a look at who might be winning this thing on Sunday.

Golfers to Bet:

Bubba Watson (14/1) – When looking at a tournament that is low on top-ranked golfers, it’s tough to pass up on somebody like Watson. The lefty has dominated the Travelers Championship in his career, winning his second event here in 2015. Watson shot a 16-under in last year’s installment and that was the best score shot in this tournament since 2011. He may be struggling as of late, but it’s still hard to avoid taking a guy with the talent of Watson. He is one of the only players in this field that has a true championship pedigree and is worth taking a shot on at 14/1.

Patrick Reed (22/1) – Reed is yet another guy with a ton of talent and he will definitely come into this event with some passion. Reed had a share of the lead at one point during the PGA Championship, but he struggled in rounds 3 and 4. That should give him a bit of a chip on his shoulder coming into this thing, as he knows he has what it takes to win a major and just needs to find a way to put it all together at the right time. This weekend presents a good opportunity for him to go out and play a good weekend of golf. With a lot of the top golfers taking breaks, Reed is one of the best pure golfers in the field and his 22/1 odds could end up paying off in a big way on Sunday.

Louis Oosthuizen (40/1) – Louis Oosthuizen has been struggling recently, as he has not cracked the top-10 in a tournament since coming in second at the WGC Match Play event back on Mar. 23. Oosthuizen did, however, shoot a four-under to tie for 22nd at the PGA Championship last weekend and that was the first time he shot under par for a tournament since the PLAYERS Championship in May. Oosthuizen is a very good player and perhaps last week’s tournament is exactly what he needed to get his confidence back and start competing the rest of the season. He’s worth a shot at 40/1, as he will not be getting odds anywhere close to these if he is to regain his form soon.

Smylie Kaufman (130/1) – When looking for a dark horse to win this event, it’s hard to look past Kaufman. Kaufman has had a very up-and-down season, but he is a high-upside player and that is exactly what you should be looking for when trying to take a guy that can pay off huge. Kaufman has already won a tournament this year, shooting a 16-under to win the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open in October. He also has five top-15 finishes since then and should be able to get it going this weekend. In this empty field, taking a shot on Kaufman at 130/1 is a great option. Even a half-unit would make for an excellent Sunday.


Odds to win Travelers Championship at Bovada Sportsbook
Bubba Watson 14/1
Brooks Koepka 16/1
Branden Grace 18/1
Matt Kuchar 20/1
Patrick Reed 22/1
Zach Johnson 22/1
Jon Rahm 30/1
Paul Casey 30/1
Webb Simpson 30/1
J.B. Holmes 35/1
Jim Furyk 35/1
Daniel Berger 40/1
Louis Oosthuizen 40/1
Francesco Molinari 45/1
Gary Woodland 45/1
Russell Knox 45/1
Brendan Steele 50/1
Charley Hoffman 50/1
Marc Leishman 50/1
Justin Thomas 55/1
Brian Harman 60/1
Daniel Summerhays 60/1
Keegan Bradley 60/1
Kevin Chappell 60/1
Martin Laird 60/1
Padraig Harrington 60/1
Ryan Moore 60/1
Tony Finau 65/1
Tyrell Hatton 65/1
Aaron Baddeley 70/1
Kevin Streelman 70/1
Freddie Jacobson 75/1
Soren Kjeldsen 75/1
Boo Weekley 80/1
Chris Stroud 80/1
Colt Knost 80/1
Russell Henley 80/1
Shane Lowry 85/1
Brett Stegmaier 90/1
Bryson Dechambeau 90/1
Kyle Reifers 90/1
Luke Donald 90/1
Chez Reavie 100/1
Chad Campbell 110/1
Steve Wheatcroft 110/1
Hudson Swafford 115/1
Robert Garrigus 115/1
Billy Hurley III 120/1
Jason Kokrak 120/1
Bud Cauley 125/1
John Senden 125/1
Michael Thompson 125/1
Retief Goosen 125/1
Si Woo Kim 125/1
Luke List 130/1
Ricky Barnes 130/1
Smylie Kaufman 130/1
Adam Hadwin 140/1
Jamie Donaldson 140/1
Jamie Lovemark 140/1
Jon Curran 140/1
Patton Kizzire 140/1
Alex Cejka 150/1
Ben Crane 150/1
Ben Martin 150/1
Bryce Molder 150/1
David Toms 150/1
Ernie Els 150/1
Geoff Ogilvy 150/1
Matt Jones 150/1
Patrick Rodgers 150/1
Seung-Yul Noh 150/1
Sam Saunders 175/1
Morgan Hoffmann 180/1
Sean O’Hair 180/1
Vaughn Taylor 180/1
Vijay Singh 180/1
Spencer Levin 190/1
Camilo Villegas 200/1
Chesson Hadley 200/1
Derek Fathauer 200/1
James Hahn 200/1
Mark Wilson 200/1
Michael Kim 200/1
Robby Shelton 200/1
Shawn Stefani 200/1
Thomas Aiken 200/1
Troy Merritt 200/1
Brendon de Jonge 210/1
Jerry Kelly 220/1
Johnson Wagner 220/1
Ken Duke 225/1
Blayne Barber 250/1
Brian Stuard 250/1
Greg Chalmers 250/1
Hunter Mahan 250/1
Jonas Blixt 250/1
Kelly Kraft 250/1
Lucas Glover 250/1
Nick Taylor 250/1
Rory Sabbatini 250/1
Scott Brown 250/1
Tim Wilkinson 250/1
Wes Roach 250/1
George McNeill 280/1
Steve Marino 280/1
Will MacKenzie 280/1
Andres Gonzales 300/1
Brian Gay 300/1
Bronson Burgoon 300/1
Cameron Smith 300/1
Henrik Norlander 300/1
John Huh 300/1
Jordan Niebrugge 300/1
Justin Leonard 300/1
Kyle Stanley 300/1
Martin Piller 300/1
Scott Pinckney 300/1
Scott Stallings 300/1
Tom Hoge 300/1
Tyler Aldridge 300/1
Tyrone Van Aswegen 300/1
Whee Kim 300/1
Zac Blair 300/1
Angel Cabrera 350/1
Chad Collins 350/1
Ted Potter Jr. 350/1
Andrew Landry 400/1
Andrew Loupe 400/1
Carlos Ortiz 400/1
Erik Compton 400/1
Greg Owen 400/1
Hiroshi Iwata 400/1
J.J. Henry 400/1
Jason Gore 400/1
Lee Mccoy 400/1
Miguel Angel Carballo 400/1
Rob Oppenheim 400/1
Sung Kang 400/1
Brendon Todd 500/1
D.H. Lee 500/1
Derek Ernst 500/1
Heath Slocum 500/1
Peter Malnati 500/1
Rod Pampling 500/1
Steven Bowditch 500/1
Dawie Van Der Walt 550/1
Abraham Ancer 750/1
Adam Rainaud 750/1
Darron Stiles 750/1
Dicky Pride 750/1
Robert Allenby 750/1
Tim Petrovic 750/1.


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