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The 3rd men’s major championship of the year is in the rearview mirror and there is no break for the game’s top players after the year’s toughest test. Following the 124th U.S. Open at Pinehurst won by LIV member Bryson DeChambeau , the PGA Tour heads to Cromwell, Conn., for the 2024 Travelers Championship – the last designated event of the season with a limited, loaded field.

Seventeen of the top 20 players in the last Sagarin Golfweek rankings are set to tee it up starting Thursday, led by No.1  Scottie Scheffler . Below, we look at BetMGM Sportsbook’s 2024 Travelers Championship odds and make our PGA Tour picks and predictions .

Scheffler, despite coming off a disappointing U.S. Open as the favorite where he tied for 41st at 8-over-par, is the favorite again this week (+400), followed by Xander Schauffele (+750), Collin Morikawa (+1000), Ludvig Aberg (+1400) and Viktor Hovland (+1800). Defending champion Keegan Bradley , who won with a record 23-under-par 257, opens at +5000.

Rory McIlroy , fresh off a disappointing runner-up finish at the U.S. Open, announced on social media Monday that he withdrew from the Travelers. “I’m going to take a few weeks away from the game to process everything and build myself back up for my defense of the Genesis Scottish Open and The Open at Royal Troon. See you in Scotland,” McIlroy posted on Instagram.

TPC River Highlands isn’t a very long course. Designed by Pete Dye, the par-70, 6,841-yard course features some iconic finishing holes – including the driveable par-4 15th and the par-4 17th hole that bends around a pond. The course reopened in 2016 after a renovation, including reworked bunkers, tees and greens around the venue, which is cut between homes and condos.

As for the final major of the season — The Open at Royal Troon next month — Scheffler is the favorite at +450 with McIlroy at +750 and DeChambeau at +1100.

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Patrick Cantlay (+2200)

The 2-time Memorial champion missed the cut in Ohio but rebounded last week in North Carolina to finish tied for 3rd place (-4) at the U.S. Open and if a few birdies had fallen we would be talking about him as a major champ. Now he comes to a course where he has enjoyed success. As a freshman at UCLA, he shot a then-course record 60 in the 2011 Travelers to finish tied for 24th. After 2 missed cuts as a pro, he has 6 top-15 finishes here, including 4th last year. He’s 68-under-par over his last 6 times at TPC River Highlands.

2024 Travelers Championship picks – Contenders

Xander schauffele (+750).

This year’s PGA Championship winner has 11 top-10 finishes in 15 starts, including a tie for 7th Sunday at Pinehurst at 1-under. He’s made the cut in 4 of his 5 Travelers, winning in 2022 (19-under) and finishing 19th last year, 20th in 2020 and 14th in 2017.

Brian Harman (+4000)

The 2023 Travelers runner-up is a horse for the course, having made the cut 11 of the 13 times he’s played here with 5 top-10 finishes in the last 6 years. He has fired 13 straight rounds in the 60s at TPC River Highlands and is a combined 41-under-par in the last 3 years. The 2023 Open champ finished T-21 Sunday at Pinehurst at 5-over.

Keegan Bradley (+5000)

The New England native has performed well in his home region. Especially last year when he won the event by 3 strokes with a record score of 23-under, firing rounds of 62-63-64-68. He’s made the cut in Cromwell in 11 of his 13 appearances and has 3 top 10s and 6 top-25 finishes. He tied for 32nd at the U.S. Open at 7-over.

2024 Travelers Championship picks – Long shots

Harris english (+8000).

The 34-year-old pro won here in 2021 and followed that up with a T-19 in 2022 and a T-6 last year. The 4-time tour winner was 8-over at the U.S. Open to tie for 41st.

J.T. Poston (+6600)

The 31-year-old pro has been having a very good season with 4 top 10s and 8 top 25s in 16 events. He’s made the cut in 4 of the 5 times he’s played the Travelers and finished 2nd in 2022. He tied for 32nd Sunday at Pinehurst at 7-over.

Adam Scott (+6600)

The 43-year-old Australian finished tied for 32nd at 7-over in the U.S. Open, and might have been in contention had he not shot a 6-over 76 in the 3rd-round. The 14-time tour winner has played just 3 Travelers – he missed the cut in 2010, then returned in 2021 to tie for 13th (-8) and had a T-19 in 2023 (-14). So why can he win? He shot 62 in the 1st round last year and is still capable of putting together 4 solid rounds.

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Rory's fifth major, Fowler's comeback, Spieth's second green jacket: 23 predictions for 2023

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Philosopher and former baseball manager Casey Stengel once warned, “Never make predictions, especially about the future.” However, there’s an unwritten rule of golf journalism that requires the first week of January be spent doing just that for the upcoming season.

So as the PGA Tour resumes play this week in Maui for the Sentry Tournament of Champions, we gathered 23 thoughts regarding what lies ahead for 2023. These are tour-centric forecasts, some serious, some very much not. And we swear we won't pick Jordan Spieth winning the Masters for the sixth straight year. This is the time to resolve to break habits, after all.

Cameron Young leads the tour in strokes gained This isn’t the farthest of reaches considering Young finished 15th in this category last year despite a pedestrian second-shot figure (91st in approach)—and the fact he hasn’t yet won a PGA Tour event. Closer investigation reveals the 25-year-old former Wake Forest standout is one of the better players from both close (11th in approaches from 50-125 yards) and long range (13th from 220-225 yards), so improvement between this expanse is doable. There are few if any holes outside this facet in Young’s game, which by the way travels as illustrated with solid performances in disparate venues such as Riviera, Harbour Town, Quail Hollow, Southern Hills and St. Andrews. In short, don’t expect a sophomore slump for the Bronx Bomber.

A relative unknown wins the U.S. Open Similar to a New Year’s resolution of eating healthier by gardening your own vegetables in the backyard, the chances of this coming to fruition are theoretically probable yet realistically unlikely. The last player outside the top 25 in the World Ranking to win the national championship was Martin Kaymer in 2014, and he entered Pinehurst that week at No. 28. The tournament has been dominated increasingly by power over the past decade, and most of the game’s marquee names double as the sport’s biggest hitters. But we’re overdue for a major winner that’s not a household name in the golf world, and the nuanced confines of Los Angeles Country Club seem ripe to deliver that longshot. (By the way, don’t grow your own vegetables. That’s dumb. Grocery stores have plenty of ’em.)

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The Fowler Comeback is real He failed to parlay a strong fall in 2021 into a resurgent 2022. Conversely, we don’t think his past autumn—highlighted by a T-2 at the Zozo Championship and T-6 at the Fortinet Championship—is fool’s gold. And if it is, so what: New Year’s is synonymous with fresh starts and hope, and few deserve those allowances more than Fowler. The notion that he was overrated and overexposed always overshadowed what he accomplished, which was still a lot, and dwarfed the fact that the five-time tour winner was the rare bird that was more than a player, serving as an engaging, likable personality when the tour was desperately short on such guys. Turning just 34 last month, there’s still plenty of runway for a Rickie revival to take flight.

Your new distance champ is … Brandon Matthews, who averaged more than 330 yards on the Korn Ferry Tour a few seasons back and, at 6’4”, 210 pounds, has the stature of someone that comes knocking at the door when your bets haven’t been paid. Through the fall, Matthews is fourth in distance at a 323.3 yard clip.

A major makes major changes to its qualifying criteria Augusta National announced last month it wouldn’t be changing its current eligibility criteria for the 2023 Masters, signaling LIV Golf members would not be banned for the tournament this spring. However, the operative word is current . “As we have said in the past, we look at every aspect of the tournament each year,” said Augusta National and Masters chairman Fred Ridley, “and any modifications or changes to invitation criteria for future tournaments will be announced in April.” Our prediction: At least one, if not multiple, organizations running the men’s majors change how it uses the Official World Golf Ranking to fill out its field, either by tightening the benchmark—from the top 50/60 in the OWGR receiving exemptions to the top 25/30—or dropping the ranking all together and instead relying on the FedEx Cup, Race to Dubai and other tour point systems for its invitations.

Davis Riley becomes breakout star It is easy to fall in love with Riley; the 26-year-old’s swing is smooth and savage, like a lumberjack doing work on a sequoia. He also carries himself with a cool conviction reminiscent of Will Zalatoris (who, oddly enough, was his frequent roommate on the Korn Ferry Tour). Riley was somewhat overlooked last season thanks to the impressive debuts by fellow rookies Young, Sahith Theegala and Mito Pereira, though his résumé included four top-five finishes. Our bet is Riley bagging an early season win and finding himself in contention enough to insert his name into Ryder Cup consideration by spring.

Will Zalatoris cashes in at PGA It may take a few months for Zalatoris to regain his stellar form in his return from a back injury, but he should be good to go by May and Oak Hill is traditionally a ball-striker’s course. There’s been no better ball-striker over the past two seasons than Zalatoris (first in approach, first in SG/tee-to-green last year), who’s proven himself a big-game hunter with runner-up finishes in three majors and three more finishes of T-8 or better since the fall of 2020.

Will Zalatoris snaps after one-too-many Happy Gilmore jokes A man can smile at the same observation for only so long.

The PGA Tour adds another Euro-based event While co-sanctioning the Scottish Open is a good start to strengthening its relationship with the DP World Tour, we would love to see another European tournament added to the PGA Tour's schedule. Admittedly this is wish fulfillment, as Jay Monahan told us last year there are no immediate plans to do this. Of course, we saw last year how quickly plans can change, so it’s not out of the question. Our pick would be the Irish Open. The tour can help bring a bigger sponsor, thus opening the tournament up to more seaside venues, giving the golf calendar a nice three-week serving of links with an Irish Open-Scottish Open-Open Championship slate.

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Jon Rahm returns to World No. 1 On Tuesday at Kapalua, Rahm said he spent most of last season fighting his swing, which could explain his down year. Well, “down” by his standards, given he grabbed three worldwide wins and finished 10th or better in eight of his 19 PGA Tour starts. Nevertheless, we see Rahm opening ’23 on a tear and riding that wave back to the top spot.

Sahith Theegala makes U.S. Ryder Cup team It’s a shame Theegala wasn’t picked for the Presidents Cup; with the Americans overwhelming favorites, it would have been smart to get him or Riley into the mix, two guys who should be on Ryder and Presidents Cup radars for years to come. No matter … after a season that saw Theegala in contention multiple times, we’re projecting multiple wins for the fledgling star, giving U.S. captain Zach Johnson a fireplug for Rome.

A super-tight Ryder Cup The popular assumption is that a potential ban of LIV Golf members would hurt Team Europe more when it host the Ryder Cup in September. In truth, most of the team from the 2021 matches who joined the breakaway circuit were well past their primes, with maybe Paul Casey the lone guy who could have been counted on to contribute. The Europeans might not have the depth of the Americans, but their frontline is just as good, and a bet against Europe is a bet against history (the last U.S. win on foreign soil came in 1993).

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No star defections to LIV Golf Though we and other outlets have reported the outline of LIV Golf’s itinerary for 2023, as of Jan. 4—a little more than a month from its stated start date—the Saudi-backed circuit hasn’t announced its full schedule for the upcoming year. Perhaps the league is waiting to pair that announcement with its next whale signing … but what if only minnows are taking the bait? This prediction could age as poorly as the tour’s “We’re moving on” proclamation from the Players Championship, and the rumor mill is not barren regarding the next wave of LIV recruits. If the majors don’t change their current criteria and LIV does get OWGR accreditation it’s likely more names will be interested. But it doesn’t sound like LIV is adding any more firepower to its roster in the near term, and if a marquee name hasn’t jumped now, it seems unlikely a move would happen in the months to come.

The LIV social-media bots become sentient, learn how to love Assuming Twitter hasn’t swallowed itself whole, that is.

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Tiger Woods contends at Liverpool The Open is historically friendly to the 40-and-older crowd for a number of reasons: The game is played on the ground rather than the sky, experience and creativity matters, the weather can shrink the field in half, etc. Plus, you know, we’re talking about Tiger Woods, who has a penchant for these types of things. Woods won his third claret jug here in 2006. Mind you, we don’t foresee him capturing his fourth, but hovering outside the top five after 36 holes doesn’t seem unreasonable. As for that winner …

Rory McIlroy gets off his four-major mark His Sunday run last spring at Augusta National will make him a popular Masters favorite, and a potential wet and soggy Oak Hills would play to his strengths. But if you’re looking to bet McIlroy at a major this year, claiming victory at Liverpool—where he won in 2014—is the date to schedule.

Tom Kim shows 2022 was no fluke We’re not exactly going on a limb by stating the kid with two wins and seven finishes of T-13 or better in his last 11 starts is legit, so let’s turn our attention to a different matter: Given “Tom” is his nickname, yet doubles as a common surname, can we give Kim a nickname off his nickname? Because we’re well overdue for a golf moniker that isn’t just an abbreviation of a player’s name or his initials. May we suggest “The Jolly Trolley”? No? OK, moving on.

Distance debate reignites For years no conversation in golf was as heated as distance gains, yet those flames died down amid the pandemic and schism in professional golf. But Augusta National has lengthened its iconic 13th, and the 150th Open revived questions if the Old Course can stand up to the modern game. With rumblings that the USGA and R&A may be making an announcement of some sort on the matter this winter, expect the heat to be turned back up on distance.

Ben Griffin and Davis Thompson battle for ROY honors Griffin enjoyed a nice start to the fall with three top-25s, including a T-3 at the Butterfield Bermuda Championship, and Thompson isn’t far behind with a T-9 in Napa and T-12 in Las Vegas. We’re giving the slight edge to Thompson for his length (sixth on the KFT in distance last year at 322.3 yards), yet Griffin’s second-shot ability should get his name on a number of scoreboards this season.

The elevated events are a hit We understand the criticism that this series is essentially a rebranding of the World Golf Championships, but the fundamental principle behind the concept—guaranteeing almost all of its talent will be together for 13 weeks a year on top of the four majors—markedly improves the tour product.

The Travelers Championship makes the floating umbrella its playoff hole Do it, you cowards.

Justin Thomas wins Player of the Year, FedEx Cup We’re going big on JT: four wins, including the Players. His first real contention at the Masters. Passes the World No. 1 reins back and forth with Rahm. Comes close to starting an international incident with primal screams at the Ryder Cup. As Bones Mackay has testified, Thomas has all the shots. This is the year where it comes together.

Jordan Spieth, two-time Masters champ Like most New Year’s resolutions, ours was broken before it began. Speith snapped his slump on Easter Sunday at the 2020 Texas Open. He won again last Easter at Hilton Head. Masters Sunday falls on Easter this year. Prepare yourself for countless “He is risen” headlines.

Expert picks, predictions and odds for the 2024 PGA Championship

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The PGA Championship is set to begin this week, with 156 golfers readying up for the four days of the second golf major of the year .

After April's Masters tournament, American golfer Scottie Scheffler further cemented himself as the best player in the world right now. He battled difficult wind over four days in Augusta to win the major by four strokes and secured himself a second green jacket in three years in the process.

Unsurprisingly, the recent performance and top spot in the Official World Golf Ranking has put Scheffler in the driver's seat to win a second straight major according to latest odds . However, Northern Irish golfer Rory McIlroy is not far behind after winning the Wells Fargo Championship last weekend.

Here's what golf experts from around the web are predicting for the 2024 PGA Championship just ahead of the start of the tournament.

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Louisville Courier-Journal : Scottie Scheffler is the top pick

Alexis Cubit writes: "Given Scheffler’s hot streak, he’s the favorite to win the PGA Championship. He is ranked No. 1 in the world and leads PGA players in scoring average (68.743), birdie average (5.38), average total strokes gained (2.851), average strokes gained approaching the green (1.398) and greens in regulation percentage (74.76%)."

Golfweek : Rory McIlroy at top of picks to win

Riley Hamel writes: "Since the Players, he’s 25th in SG (shots gained): Putting. He was third in SG: Approach at the Valero Texas Open and fourth at the Wells Fargo. And, of course, the driver is clicking (he gained over six shots on the field at Quail Hollow off the tee)."

Golf Digest : Staff writer likes Xander Schauffele

Christopher Powers writes: "Xander Schauffele is going to win a major in his career, and now would seem like the perfect time given how well he is striking the golf ball."

FOX Sports : Cameron Smith has an outside shot

Chris Fallica writes: "I'll preface any outright by saying you don't need me to tell you it will take a monster effort to beat Scottie Scheffler and throw in Rory McIlroy if you wish. But Smith is a major champion who should be able to find his way onto the smaller bent greens and make some birdies."

CBS Sports : Golf writer sticking with Scheffler

Kyle Porter writes: "I'm just going to keep picking Scottie until he loses, which he hasn't done much over the last few months. Since March 1, Scheffler has lost to one golfer: Stephan Jaegar at the Houston Open. That's it. It probably hurts him a little bit that this is less of a strategy golf course and more of an execution golf course, but he's been firing on all cylinders in both of those areas for a long time now."

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2024 PGA Championship betting odds

Odds are courtesy of BetMGM as of Wednesday.

  • Scottie Scheffler (+450)
  • Rory McIlroy (+750)
  • Brooks Koepka (+1400)
  • Xander Schauffele (+1400)
  • Ludvig Åberg (+1800)
  • Jon Rahm (+1800)
  • Bryson DeChambeau (+2500)
  • Collin Morikawa (+2800)
  • Joaquín Niemann (+3300)
  • Max Homa (+3300)
  • Cameron Smith (+4000)
  • Cameron Young (+4000)
  • Justin Thomas (+4000)
  • Patrick Cantlay (+4000)
  • Tommy Fleetwood (+4000)
  • Viktor Hovland (+4000)
  • Wyndham Clark (+4000)
  • Tyrrell Hatton (+5000)
  • Hideki Matsuyama (+5500)
  • Jason Day (+5500)

When is the 2024 PGA Championship?

  • Dates: May 16-19, 2024
  • Time: Coverage begins 7 a.m. ET Thursday and Friday, 8 a.m. Saturday and Sunday
  • Location: Valhalla Golf Club, Louisville, Kentucky
  • Cable TV: ESPN (Thursday, Friday, early Saturday, early Sunday); CBS (Saturday afternoon, Sunday afternoon)
  • Streaming: ESPN+ ; YouTube TV; Paramount+; fuboTV

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2024 Predictions: Picking a Winner for Every PGA Tour Event This Year

  • Author: Alex Miceli

My editor asked me to make my picks for the 2024 PGA Tour season. At first I thought I was being punished for something I did wrong, but I was assured it was supposed to be more of a fun exercise.

So, with an attitude of fun and merriment, I give you my picks for 2024.

Laughter is required.

The Sentry: Tony Finau

Jon Rahm would have been my pick, but the stiff-upper-lip crowd in Ponte Vedra won’t give him a start because he went to LIV.

Sony Open in Hawaii: Lucas Glover

The American Express: Sam Burns

Farmers Insurance Open: Ludvig Aberg

The Swede is now the class of any field he enters. It seems Torrey Pines may be a perfect ballpark for him.

Ludvig Åberg of Sweden is pictured at the 2023 Grant Thornton Invitational at Tiburon Golf Club in Naples, Fla.

Alex Miceli sees a big season in store for Ludvig Aberg.

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AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am: Jordan Spieth

WM Phoenix Open: Rickie Fowler

It seems Fowler at 35 likes retirement community golf, which Phoenix is full of.

The Genesis Invitational: Scottie Scheffler

Mexico Open at Vidanta: Kurt Kitayama

Cognizant Classic: Shane Lowry

Arnold Palmer Invitational presented by Mastercard: Tyrrell Hatton

Puerto Rico Open: Gary Woodland

Laugh if you want, but once he gets back he will play like his life depended on it. It’s odd how your perspective changes when you lose something.

The Players Championship: Viktor Hovland

Valspar Championship: Erik van Rooyen

Texas Children's Houston Open: Chris Kirk

Valero Texas Open: Sepp Straka

Masters Tournament: Brooks Koepka

Is it déjà vu? No, it’s payback.

RBC Heritage: Matt Fitzpatrick

He loves Hilton Head, so a repeat is in the cards.

Corales Puntacana Championship: Davis Thompson

Zurich Classic of New Orleans:  Matt and Alex Fitzpatrick

AT&T Byron Nelson: Austin Eckroat

Wells Fargo Championship: Rory McIlroy

Myrtle Beach Classic: David Lipsky

PGA Championship : Bryson DeChambeau

I believe that he will have a monster 2024, so why not take Valhalla to its knees?

Charles Schwab Challenge: Kevin Streelman

RBC Canadian Open: Corey Conners

The Memorial Tournament presented by Workday: Tommy Fleetwood

U.S. Open : Jordan Spieth

It’s been a while since Spieth has ticked off a major, so why not at a place where length isn’t as big of a thing and short game/putting excellence is necessary.

Travelers Championship: Hideki Matsuyama

Rocket Mortgage Classic: Collin Morikawa

Revenge on his mind.

John Deere Classic: Zach Johnson

Genesis Scottish Open: Rory McIlroy

British Open : Max Homa

Came into his own in 2023, a major seems within his grasp in 2024.

Barracuda Championship: Chesson Hadley

3M Open: Tony Finau

Men's Olympic Golf Tournament:  Ludvig Aberg

His game would seem tailor-made for a ball-striking course like the Albatross course at Le Golf National.

Wyndham Championship: Billy Horschel

FedEx St. Jude Championship:   Patrick Cantlay

BMW Championship: Rory McIlroy

Tour Championship:  Xander Schauffele

Has top 10s in all seven appearances including a win in 2017 and three runner-ups.

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2024 Travelers Championship one and done picks, field, sleepers: Golf predictions, expert PGA betting advice

Mike mcclure locked in his expert one and done golf picks, projected leaderboard, and top sleepers for the travelers championship 2024 at tpc river highlands in connecticut.

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The PGA Tour heads to Cromwell, Connecticut this week for the 2024 Travelers Championship. The final signature event gets underway on Thursday at TPC River Highlands. The players will be competing for a 2024 Travelers Championship purse of $20 million. The winner's payout is $3.6 million. World No. 1 Scottie Scheffler is the 4-1 betting favorite in the latest 2024 Travelers Championship odds. Other top contenders in the Travelers Championship field include Xander Schauffele (15-2), Ludvig Aberg (16-1), Collin Morikawa (16-1), Viktor Hovland (22-1), Patrick Cantlay (25-1), and Hideki Matsuyama (28-1).

With One and Done pools in the final stretch for the 2024 season, nailing your picks this week is critical. Should a $3.6 million winner's share on the line, should you target one of the favorites like Scheffler or Schauffele in your one and done picks this week? Or would it make sense to target a longshot like Matt Fitzpatrick, Max Homa, or Justin Thomas? Before locking in your 2024 Travelers Championship one and done picks,  you need to see what SportsLine DFS pro and PGA expert Mike McClure has to say . 

The One and Done format is growing in popularity. It has several noticeable similarities to NFL Survivor pools, with the main difference being entries are not eliminated with a bad week. Players pick one golfer per week and earn points based on their selected golfer's prize money for that tournament. Golfers can only be used once per season, and the point format makes nailing majors, signature events, and big money tournaments critical.

McClure is a DFS legend with over $2 million in career winnings, and he's been red-hot on his PGA picks dating back to the PGA Tour restart in June of 2020. McClure uses his proprietary simulation model to analyze the field and crush his golf picks.

McClure has been on fire with his One and Done picks in 2024. At The American Express he backed Justin Thomas, who finished in third place and took home $635,600. At the Genesis Invitational, McClure tabbed Patrick Cantlay, who finished in fourth place at the signature event, as his top OAD pick. At the Cognizant Classic, McClure's top one and done pick, Min Woo Lee, finished in a tie for second place. Finally, at the Arnold Palmer Invitation, another signature event, McClure recommended using Scottie Scheffler and Will Zalatoris. The Result: Scheffler won the event by five strokes, and Zalatoris finished in fourth place.

His hot steak continued at the Players Championship, where McClure again recommended using Scheffler (if was still available) and Xander Schauffele. Both players were in contention until the end, with Scheffler coming out with the win and Schauffele finishing in second place. Then, at the Valspar Championship, McClure listed Cameron Young, who finished in second place, as his top OAD pick.

More recently, at the CJ Cup Byron Nelson, McClure recommended using 50-1 longshot Alex Noren in One and Done pools. Noren would go on to be in contention until the end, before finishing in third place, two strokes off the lead! And at the PGA Championship, McClure targeted Viktor Hovland and Collin Morikawa, who finished in third and fourth places, respectively. He targeted Morikawa again at the Memorial Tournament, where Morikawa finished second.

Finally, at last week's U.S. Open, McClure's top two one and done picks were Bryson DeChambeau and Rory McIlroy. DeChambeau finished in first place and McIlroy in second.

Now, McClure has his sights on the 2024 Travelers Championship and just revealed his optimal One and Done picks. They are a must-see for any player looking for an edge in their One and Done pool. You can only see McClure's Travelers Championship 2024 one and done picks at SportsLine .

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One of McClure's favorite OAD plays this week for the Travelers Championship is Collin Morikawa. The 27-year-old, who was recently named to the U.S. Olympic Golf Team, has been playing some of the best golf of his career as of late, with five top-10 finishes in his last eight starts. Morikawa is no stranger to finding success against elite fields and has two major championships on his career resume.

Morikawa is one of the best ball strikers in the world, and has the all around game that makes him a threat to win any tournament he enters. He is currently ranked sixth on the PGA Tour in total strokes gained (1.275), 11th in strokes gained (1.196), and 15th in strokes gained off-the-tee (0.539). McClure believes he will be in contention until the end at the Travelers Championship.  You can see who else to back at SportsLine .

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McClure is also targeting another golfer for his 2024 Travelers Championship one and done picks who has a long track record of success against elite competition. This multiple time PGA Tour winner has the ability to win any tournament he enters, and is one of the most talented golfers in this field. You can find out who it is, and check out all of McClure's Travelers Championship one and done picks at SportsLine .

Who wins the the Travelers Championship 2024, and which golfers should you target for your one and done picks this week at TPC River Highlands? Visit SportsLine now to get Mike McClure's Travelers Championship 2024 one and done picks, all from the DFS pro who has nailed seven outright winners in 2024 , and find out.

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The second men’s major championship of the year has arrived as the game’s best players have made their way to Louisville, Kentucky, for the PGA Championship at Valhalla Golf Club.

Ten years ago, Rory McIlroy claimed the Wanamaker Trophy at this historic golf course for his fourth — and most recent — major title. The Northern Irishman is entering this week in good form, winner of his last two starts (Zurich Classic of New Orleans, Wells Fargo Championship). But we’ll talk more about the world No. 2 shortly.

Scottie Scheffler is back after the birth of his first child and hopes to win his fifth event in six starts. Earlier this season, the No. 1-ranked player in the world claimed both the Players Championship and Masters.

Scheffler and McIlroy are joined in the field by defending championship and three-time Wanamaker winner Brooks Koepka, Jon Rahm, Jordan Spieth — who is a PGA shy from the career Grand Slam —Xander Schauffele, Patrick Cantlay, Max Homa and Viktor Hovland, among others.

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Rory McIlroy during the final round of the Wells Fargo Championship golf tournament. (Photo: Jim Dedmon-USA TODAY Sports)

After winning the Wells Fargo Championship, McIlroy mentioned the stars might be aligning.

In 2014, McIlroy entered the PGA Championship at Valhalla with back-to-back wins.

In 2024, McIlroy enters the PGA Championship at Valhalla with back-to-back wins.

Does that really mean anything? No, probably not. But what it does show is McIlroy is getting his game back.

Since the Players, he’s 25th in SG: Putting. He was third in SG: Approach at the Valero Texas Open and fourth at the Wells Fargo. And, of course, the driver is clicking (he gained over six shots on the field at Quail Hollow off the tee).

Oh, and guess what Data Golf lists as the second-best course comparison to Valhalla? I’ll give you a hint, McIlroy just won by five there.

Brooks Koepka (14/1)

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It’s Brooks Koepka, it’s the PGA Championship, do I have to say anything else?

He’s coming off a win at LIV Golf Jeddah and sounds pretty darn motivated after putting up a stinker at the Masters last month.

Don’t overthink this one.

Max Homa (35/1)

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Max Homa after his putt on the tenth green during the first round of the Wells Fargo Championship golf tournament. Mandatory Credit: Jim Dedmon-USA TODAY Sports

If we’re going off Data Golf’s course comparison, it’s tough not to like Homa’s chances. He’s won at Quail Hollow (2019) and is coming off a solid week where he tied for eighth in Charlotte. At the Masters earlier this year, Homa finally had his breakthrough performance in a major, eventually tying for third.

It’s time for Max to win a big one.

Cam Smith (40/1)

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The Aussie is quietly having a great year on the golf course.

Since withdrawing from LIV Golf Miami with an illness, Smith has finished T-6 at the Masters, T-14 at LIV Golf Adelaide and T-2 at LIV Golf Singapore.

If his driver cooperates around Valhalla, expect Smith’s name to be on the leaderboard come the weekend.

Patrick Reed (180/1)

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Did this name surprise you? Yeah, it probably should have, but let’s take a look at what Reed has done recently.

He tied for 12th at the Masters in April. He’s finished T-18, T-34 and T-17 at his last three PGA Championships. And last week, thanks to rounds of 71-68-66, he tied for 14th at LIV Golf Jeddah.

If you don’t love him outright, he’s absolutely worth a top-20 or top-30 flier.

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The PGA Tour has created a special sponsor exemption for 15-time major champion Tiger Woods -- and Woods alone -- based on his "exceptional lifetime achievement," the tour told its members in a memo Tuesday night.

The sponsor exemption would be available for Woods to compete in the eight signature events, which feature limited fields, increased prize money and FedEx Cup points.

Woods, an 82-time winner on the PGA Tour, wouldn't otherwise qualify for the signature events with $20 million purses because he isn't playing enough competitive golf after returning to the tour from serious injuries suffered in a car wreck in February 2021.

The PGA Tour policy board approved the special sponsor exemption during a joint meeting with the PGA Tour Enterprises board of directors on Tuesday in Hartford, Connecticut.

In the memo, a copy of which was obtained by ESPN, the tour told its members, "An additional sponsor exemption will be created to recognize Tiger Woods in his own category as a player who has reached an exceptional lifetime achievement threshold of 80+ career wins."

This season, the eight signature events were The Sentry, AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am, Genesis Invitational, Arnold Palmer Invitational, RBC Heritage, Wells Fargo Championship, Memorial Tournament and the Travelers Championship.

In the memo, PGA Tour commissioner Jay Monahan said the policy board was considering implementing a 36-hole cut in each of the signature events -- only the Genesis Invitational, Arnold Palmer Invitational and the Memorial currently do. The board took no action and will continue discussing the topic.

The tour said it would also develop an alternate list that would ensure that each of the signature events had a field of 72 players. The Travelers Championship has only 71 players after Rory McIroy withdrew Monday .

Woods, 48, has competed in only nine official PGA Tour events the past three seasons since returning to action at the 2022 Masters. The only non-major event he has competed in is the Genesis Invitational at Riviera Country Club outside Los Angeles, which he hosts and benefits his foundation.

Woods withdrew from the second round of the Genesis Invitational in February because of illness. He finished 60th at the Masters and missed the cut at the PGA Championship and last week's U.S. Open .

Woods said he planned to compete in next month's Open Championship, scheduled for July 18-21 at Royal Troon Golf Course in Scotland.

When Woods was asked at the U.S. Open at Pinehurst No. 2 on Friday if playing in more events might help him perform better in the majors, he didn't seem ready to play additional tournaments.

"I've only got one more tournament this season," Woods said. "Even if I win the British Open, I don't think I'll be in the [FedEx Cup] playoffs. Just one more event and then I'll come back whenever I come back."

In the memo, Monahan also gave members an update on the tour's negotiations with Saudi Arabia's Public Investment Fund, which is considering a sizable investment in PGA Tour Enterprises. The PIF has funded the rival LIV Golf League the past three years.

Woods and other members of a transaction subcommittee met with PIF governor Yasir Al-Rumayyan and others in New York on June 7.

"As we've said in the past -- we can't negotiate in public -- but we are making progress," Monahan told the policy board, according to the memo. "Two weeks ago, members of our PGA Tour Enterprises transaction subcommittee met in New York with Yasir Al-Rumayyan, the Governor of the PIF, as well as members of his team. During that meeting, we reached consensus on several items, but both parties recognize that there is still work to do to reach a final agreement.

"Our talks are ongoing, with the goal of developing a shared vision for the future of professional golf that is pro-competitive and provides players with the best global opportunities."

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