This article is part of our Weekly Preview series.
The PGA Tour heads all the way across the country this week to Cromwell, Conn., and luckily, many of those who were in attendance at Pebble Beach, have decided to make the trek to the Northeast. Newly minted U.S. Open Champion Gary Woodland will not be one of those making the trek, but you really can't blame him. Woodland put everything he had into his first major win and is much better off just taking a break.
Speaking of that win, what a performance by Woodland, who never really wavered over an entire weekend. Then again, outside of Brooks Koepka, no one put much pressure on him, but when you are leading a major, there's plenty of pressure, even if it's not coming from the competition.
As for this week, we have a lot of course history to lean on, and lean on it we will. There are only a handful of guys with really strong track records here, most notably Bubba Watson, who we'll get to in just a bit.
This Week: Travelers Championship – TPC River Highlands, Cromwell, Conn.
Brooks Koepka (7-1)
Koepka continues to prove that he's the best major golfer on the planet, but when it comes to "regular" events, he's hit or miss. Essentially, he's human at these non-major events. Koepka's track record here