2024 Travelers Championship: Top 10 power rankings at TPC River Highlands

A power ranking of the top 10 golfers set to compete at the 2024 Travelers Championship, a PGA Tour event at TPC River Highlands in Cromwell, Connecticut.
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6. OWGR: 17th. FedEx Cup: 35th. Keegan Bradley. 2024Travelers/PowerRank/6

Outside of his 2011 PGA Championship, Keegan Bradley’s win at the 2023 Travelers Championship had to be the sweetest of his career.

The Woodstock, Vermont, native won as close to a home game as he’ll get when the New Englander won a couple states away in Cromwell, Connecticut.

“I come here, I feel a lot of pressure. I really do. I think of the New England kid out here watching and looking at me and thinking, this kid knows what I'm going through,” Bradley was transcribed by ASAP Sports at the 2024 tournament media day in April. “I felt like that Sunday and that weekend I wanted to do that for the New England kids to watch and think like they can do this.”

Bradley delighted the galleries with rounds of 62-63-64-68 to win by three. The St. John’s (New York) alum led the field in Strokes Gained: Approach (6.609), SG: Putting (7.036), and birdies (27).

Bradley hasn’t missed the Travelers Championship since debuting in 2011.

He’s missed just two cuts and has three top-10s, including T-2nd (65-66-69-67) in 2019.

Bradley is coming off T-32nd last week at the U.S. Open. An opening 74 had him projecting toward missing the cut, but closing scores of 70-72-71 salvaged a decent week.

It was the 38-year-old’s seventh straight made cut. He’s yet to win since the 2023 Travelers, though he took T-2nd a few starts ago at the Charles Schwab Challenge. Bradley also took T-2nd this year at the Sony Open in Hawaii.

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