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Luke List heads to the Travelers Championship at TPC River Highlands this week looking to rebound.

List missed the cut in three of his past six events, including the U.S. Open at Shinnecock Hills last weekend. He has cooled off significantly after rattling off four top-10 showings in a seven-event span from late February to early May. His game doesn't seem to translate to success at TPC River Highlands, however, as he is a big bomber with very little driving accuracy. Precision off the tee is key, as well as GIR. He is pretty decent in Par 4 Scoring Average (4.02), ranking 40th on TOUR, so that will help. He is also third in Strokes Gained: Off-the-Tee, and 18th in SG:Total, so watch List. If he can hit some fairways and stay out of the lettuce, he could surprise.
Jun 20 - 9:58 PM

Vaughn Taylor enters the Travelers Championship in Cromwell, Connecticut this week looking for his third consecutive top-20 showing.

Taylor has managed a pair of top-10 finishes this season, and he was 20th at the Fort Worth Invitational and 18th at the FedEx St. Jude Classic in his two most recent events. That's not bad for a 42-year-old journeyman. Bombing it off the tee isn't essential at TPC River Highlands, but accuracy and placement is key. Taylor checks in 28th on TOUR in Driving Accuracy Percentage. There are also plenty of makeable Par 4 holes at the course, and Par 4 Scoring Average is a key stat. Taylor is just average in that area, checking in 79th, but he is a pretty decent scrambler and that could be key with tricky pin placements. He is also respectable with the putter, so consider Taylor a nice low-cost DFS option with a little upside.
Jun 20 - 9:45 PM

Anirban Lahiri arrives at the Travelers Championship at TPC River Highlands this week looking for a little bit of consistency.

The good news for Lahiri is that he has made the cut in 12 of his 16 events, including each of the past three. However, he has managed just two top-10 showings, with both coming in his first two events of the season back in October in Malaysia and South Korea. He is averaging a finish of 40.3 across his past three tournaments, making the cut in each, but he hasn't really been a contender to win an event since flipping the calendar from 2017 to 2018. There isn't one thing to like about Lahiri's game, as he struggles in driving accuracy, GIR and Par 4 Scoring Average. All of the areas are key at TPC River Highlands, so you're best to avoid him for fantasy purposes.
Jun 20 - 9:28 PM

Marc Leishman heads to the Travelers Championship at TPC River Highlands looking to get back on track after a difficult month of May.

Leishman posted six top-10 finishes earlier in the season, including runner-up results at The CJ Cup and the AT&T Byron Nelson. He also had an impressive ninth-place showing at the Masters. However, he lost his way recently, finishing 45th in three of his past four outings. His Driving Accuracy Percentage (126th on TOUR) has been a problem, but his solid Par 4 Scoring Average (4.00), which is 17th overall, should help him at TPC River Highlands. As such, he is a decent low-cost sleeper heading into Thursday's event.
Jun 20 - 9:20 PM

Nate Lashley has withdrawn from the Travelers Championship, giving first alternate J.T. Poston a spot in the field.

The PGA TOUR rookie is 8-for-17 on the season, sitting at 149th in the FedExCup race. Perhaps getting a little antsy, Lashley pegged it on the Web.com Tour three weeks ago. He posted an opening-round 69 before withdrawing. Since that time, he has made a PGA TOUR start, piecing together a T37 at the FedEx St. Jude Classic just a few weeks ago. Given the timing of this WD (Wednesday), the likely cause is a nagging injury popped up but there is no official word. We will update if any news gets passed along but in the meantime gamers should remove Lashley from lineups this week and tread lightly when he returns to action.
Source: PGATOUR.com
Jun 20 - 7:51 PM

Prior to the start of the event, Greg Chalmers has withdrawn from this week's Travelers Championship. Shane Bertsch will take his spot in the field.

Chalmers ranks 165th in the FedExCup standings for the season. Given that rank, it's likely not by choice that he changed his mind this week. It's possible that a nagging injury popped up or even something personal. There is no injury cited at the moment but we will update if anything changes on that front. Weekly gamers should make sure they remove the Aussie from all lineups.
Source: PGATOUR.com
Jun 20 - 7:45 PM

New England native Jon Curran will take his talents to Cromwell, Connecticut, this week as he preps for the Travelers Championship.

Curran attended high school with Keegan Bradley in Hopkinton, Massachusetts. This is one of the rare, annual TOUR stops in the region, so it means a lot to these guys. For Curran, he missed the cut in his 2013 debut but popped for a T10 in 2015 before missing the cut in 2016. With five starts remaining on a Major Medical Extension, Curran needs 305.413 FedExCup Points to fulfill those terms. That would require a win this week (500 Points) if he wanted to pick it up all in one stop while a second place nets him 300 FEC Points but it quickly drops to just 75 Points if he lands a solo 10th. With an 0-for-13 record on the season, Curran has nothing to lose as he tries to shoot the moon this week as a semi-home event.
Source: PGATOUR.com
Jun 20 - 6:07 PM

Connecticut native J.J. Henry heads back home for his annual start at the Travelers Championship.

The three-time Connecticut State Amateur champion has pegged it here 19 times at the Travelers Championship. He's earned paychecks in 14 of those starts, with the clear highlight coming in 2006 when he won the event after posting rounds of 68-68-63-67. Henry has five other top 25s to his name but none since a T5 in 2013. Unfortunately, he arrives on the heels of three straight missed cuts. Henry's local knowledge provides gamers a glimmer of hope if they are looking for a low-tier sleeper but he still brings plenty of risk and not much promise of upside.
Source: PGATOUR.com
Jun 20 - 6:00 PM
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