Golf Rankings for Travelers Championship
Over the last two years Davis has finished T4 and T9 at Cromwell. He recently finished T8 in the Memorial and is coming off a T35 at TPC Southwind.
Rickie Fowler [Yahoo Class C] - World Ranking: #32
Fowler is coming off a T10 in last week’s U.S. Open and is looking to recount past success at Cromwell. His last start at the site came back in 2010 when he finished T13.
In between a T8 at TPC Louisiana and last week’s T10 in the U.S. Open, Colsaerts missed a pair of cuts while playing stateside. Colsaerts will be competing at Cromwell for the first time.
Charley Hoffman [Yahoo Class B] - World Ranking: #167
Hoffman has made eight of his last nine cuts this season with five top-20s. He’s made three straight cuts at Cromwell, finishing a career-best T2 last year. Hoffman currently ranks fifth in All-Around Ranking.
Ryan Moore [Yahoo Class C] - World Ranking: #44
Last year’s T47 at Cromwell halted a streak of three consecutive finishes inside the top 15 for Moore. He matched a career-best finish of T2 in 2011. Over his last eight starts of the season, Moore has missed several cuts with a pair of top-15s.
Ian Poulter [Yahoo Class C] - World Ranking: #12
Poulter got off to a solid start in the U.S. Open, but dropped to finish T21, matching his best finish of the season since the season opener. He’s played Cromwell each of the last two years finishing T62 and T24.
Brendon de Jonge [Yahoo Class A] - World Ranking: #73
In between last year’s T8 at Cromwell and a T9 in 2010, de Jonge missed the cut in 2011. He recently managed a T15 in THE PLAYERS and a T22 at Colonial but then missed the cut at the Memorial and finished T39 at TPC Southwind.
John Huh [Yahoo Class C] - World Ranking: #88
Over his last four starts, Huh has finished inside the top 20 three times, including a T17 last week at the U.S. Open. He missed the cut at Cromwell last year in his first trip to the site.
Graham Delaet [Yahoo Class B] - World Ranking: #118
DeLaet has finished inside the top 30 each of his last four starts of the season. He’s yet to finish better than 68th in three Cromwell appearances, however. DeLaet ranks first in greens in regulation percentage and second in total driving.
Leishman is the defending champ at Cromwell and is coming off just his first missed cut in his last seven starts. During that run, he compiled four straight finishes of 12th or better. Leishman was looking pretty solid until a recent cold spell.
Carl Pettersson [Yahoo Class B] - World Ranking: #34
Pettersson is riding a streak of eight consecutive cuts made, but did not register a top-20 finish in the span. He’s played Cromwell five times since 2006, making each cut with two top-25s.
Driscoll has made four straight cuts at Cromwell finishing inside the top 35 each time. He recently placed T13 at the Memorial, only his second top-20 of the season.