Golf Rankings for Travelers Championship
Kevin Stadler [Yahoo Class A] - World Ranking: #55
While Stadler has done very little at TPC River Highlands, he’s been a pretty reliable player. Over his last 13 starts, Stadler has placed 26th or better on 10 occasions. He ranks 13th in total driving and 31st in scoring average.
Keegan Bradley [Yahoo Class B] - World Ranking: #18
After a quick start to 2012, Bradley has hit the skids, missing three cuts in his last six starts while collecting just one top-25 in that span. In his first career start at TPC River Highlands, he finished T63 last year.
Brian Davis [Yahoo Class A] - World Ranking: #166
Since 2006, Davis has finished 16th or better three times at TPC River Highlands with a career-best T9 last year. This season he’s scored four top-15s and six top-25s in his last nine outings.
John Huh [Yahoo Class C] - World Ranking: #142
Over his last eight starts, Huh has two top-fives and five top-25s. The rookie ranks 28th in total driving and 12th in All-Around Ranking. Huh already won once in his short Tour career, while pacing a pretty impressive rookie class.
Blake Adams [Yahoo Class C] - World Ranking: #170
Adams has made five straight cuts with three results of 21st or better and finished T9 at TPC River Highlands last year.
Matt Every [Yahoo Class B] - World Ranking: #46 - Not Entered
When Every makes the cut, he's proven capable for a strong performance this season. In fact, he owns five top-10s in the seven events in which he's played the weekend. Unfortunately, he's also missed eight cuts and three of his last four.
Andres Romero [Yahoo Class C] - World Ranking: #154 - Not Entered
In his most recent start, Romero scored a share of second at the Memorial, his first finish inside the top 20 this season. The timing is good given his T6 at TPC River Highlands last year. The native of Argentina has been erratic throughout 2012, so he's far from a safe start.
Michael Thompson [Yahoo Class C] - World Ranking: #99
After opening the season with a T6 at the Sony Open, Thompson had been quiet for much of 2012 until being a surprise contender at the U.S. Open where he finished with a share of second. Thompson’s lone top-five of the 2011 regular season came at TPC River Highlands.
Vijay Singh [Yahoo Class C] - World Ranking: #155
Since 2007, Singh has registered two top-fives and three top-15s at TPC River Highlands. In the month of May, Singh scored one top-10 and another top-20 in three starts, but missed last week’s cut at the U.S. Open.
Campbell finished T5 at TPC River Highlands in 2010, but missed the cut last year. In his most recent start he finished T3 at TPC Southwind.
Ken Duke [Yahoo Class C] - World Ranking: #132
The 43-year-old veteran leads all players in total birdies made this season. He’s finished T7 three times in his last seven starts, including his most recent outing at TPC Southwind.
The 21 year old from South Korea has made seven straight cuts while collecting three top-15s in that span. The rookie is coming off a season-high T7 at TPC Southwind.