2020 Travelers Championship Odds: New Favorite Emerges in Strong Field

The PGA Tour is closing out a strong June at the TPC River Highlands, where the 2020 Travelers Championship will take place from Thursday to Sunday.

The competition consists of 156 players vying for a $1.332 million prize in Cromwell, Connecticut. William Hill currently has futures for 99 golfers plus the field to win this week’s tournament. 

There’s a new name atop the odds board, as Justin Thomas is the 11/1 favorite. Rory McIlroy had opened as the favorite for both the Charles Schwab Challenge and RBC Heritage earlier this month, and he’s tied for the second-lowest odds at 12/1 with Bryson DeChambeau this time around. 

Brooks Koepka follows at 15/1, with Patrick Cantlay next at 18/1. Last weekend’s RBC Heritage champion Webb Simpson is tied for the sixth-lowest odds at 20/1 with Jon Rahm and the field (all others). 

Defending Travelers Championship winner Chez Reavie is a 125/1 longshot to repeat at the TPC River Highlands, as he is tied for the 40th-lowest odds. Other recent winners for this event include three-time victor Bubba Watson (25/1), Jordan Spieth (45/1) and Russell Knox (200/1). 

One significant early mover on the board is Jhonattan Vegas. Vegas was priced as high as 200/1, where one Nevada bettor got him on a $500 wager for a potential total payout of $100,500. Another Nevada bettor placed $250 on Vegas at 100/1 for a potential total payout of $25,250. Vegas now resides at 80/1.

Check out the 40 golfers with the lowest odds at William Hill to win the 2020 Travelers Championship, which is available to bet in Nevada, New Jersey and Iowa. 

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