Scottie Scheffler Odds to Win Travelers Championship 2022, PGA Picks & Predictions
We generally see a solid group of competitors at the Travelers Championship and this year is no different. From Brookline, where the U.S. Open was being held, to Hartford is just a short drive and it’s a chance for golfers get back on the horse quickly if they didn’t have the kind of event they had hoped for last weekend. Out of the top-10 golfers in the world, five of them will be attending this weekend’s event. Out of this group, Rory McIlroy is coming in at +1000 odds while Scottie Scheffler is at +1100 and Justin Thomas is at 1200.
Scottie Scheffler is the number one golfer in the world right now and he is someone to keep an eye on for this event and rightfully so. Scheffler is already setting records and has won more money this season than any other golfer ever on the PGA Tour in one season. It’s an impressive feat and we’ve still got some events to go. By the end of the season, Scheffler might be setting some records that are tough to beat. Like his money record, beating him on the course hasn’t been easy either. He’ll be one to look out for this weekend.
Up to now, Scheffler has competed in 19 events this season and has earned $12,896,849. He has finished in the top-10 on nine occasions and has won four of these events. He’s also been the runner up on three separate occasions. He has earned a total of 3,459 points so far, which is 1,201 points ahead of second place Sam Burns. He’s also played 75 rounds and, in those rounds, Scheffler has an average of 69.227 strokes per round. He has racked up 4,411 total strokes and his total adjustment is 19.522. In those rounds, he is averaging 311.8 off the tee and has driven a total of 37,413 yards out of 120 total drives.
OTHER GOLFERS TO LOOK OUT FOR
Sam Burns is another golfer to be on the look out for this weekend. Vegas has him sitting at +1800 and he’s a good bet to do well this weekend. The U.S. born golfer out of Shreveport Louisiana has a scoring average of 69.499 thus far and he’s sitting in 2nd place in the FedExCup Rankings with 2,258 points. He’s got three wins this season and he’s earned eight top-10 finishes. He’s played well this season and is averaging 309.5 off the tee out of the 108 drives he’s attempted. However, where Sam Burns makes his money at is on the greens. He’s one of the best golfers in terms of greens in regulation percentage. He currently ranks 5th out of all golfers hitting 773 greens out of 1,098 holes which gives him a rate of 70.27%.
Hideki Matsuyama is a Japanese born golfer turned pro at the age of 30. In his time on the tour, Matsuyama has shown the world he was ready for the big time and is showing it so far this year. He’s currently sitting in 5 th place in the FedExCup points rankings with 1,694 after moving up from the 7th spot. Matsuyama has played well in all facets of the game. He’s got six top-10 finishes this season with 2 wins and a 3 rd place finish in there. In 57 rounds of golf, he’s averaging 69.820 strokes per round. This average took a big jump up after finishing in 4th at the U.S. Open. Matsuyama has recorded 98 total drives this season and is averaging 306.2 yards per drive. Regarding hitting the greens, he is doing this at a 69.81% rate. Out of the 954 holes he’s played, he’s hit 666 greens.