Abraham Ancer heads into the 2021 Travelers Championship at TPC River Highlands with +3000 odds. He will try to improve on his 11th-place finish at this tournament in 2020.
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Abraham Ancer odds for the Travelers Championship
Ancer’s recent form
- Ancer has finished in the top 10 three times over his last five appearances, finishing as high as the top five in two of those outings.
- In the last five times he’s played a tournament, he has made the cut four times.
- Ancer has finished within three shots of the leader in one of his last five events. Over that span, he’s finished within five shots of the winner three times and finished with a better-than-average score four times.
- He has an average score of -6.8 across his last five events.
Travelers Championship details
- Date: June 24-27, 2021
- Location: Cromwell, CT
- Course: TPC River Highlands
- Par: 70 / 6,841 yards
- Purse: 7.4M
- Defending Champ: Dustin Johnson
Course history: Ancer at the Travelers Championship
- In Ancer’s last four appearances at this tournament, he has finished in the top 20 two times, including one top-10 finish. His average finish at the event is 25th.
- In his last four attempts at this tournament, he’s made the cut three times.
- Ancer finished 11th on the leaderboard in his most recent trip to this event in 2020. He finished two rounds with one of the 10 best scores of the day in his last trip to this tournament.
Course comparison – TPC River Highlands
- This course is set up to play at 6,841 yards, 502 yards shorter than the average course on Tour over the past year.
- Over the last year, PGA Tour stops have seen an average score of -4.3, while TPC River Highlands has a recent scoring average of -5.8.
- TPC River Highlands checks in at 6,841 yards, 491 yards shorter than the average course Ancer has played over the past year (7,332 yards).
- Events he’s played over the past year have seen players average a score of -3.4 relative to par. That’s higher than this course, which has a scoring average of -5.8.
Historical player and course insights reflect data from the 2014-15 PGA season to present.
Abraham Ancer 2021 results
|June 17-20||U.S. Open||MC||73-77||$0|
|May 27-30||Charles Schwab Challenge||14||70-71-67-67 (-5)||$125,625|
|May 20-23||PGA Championship||8||74-72-76-65 (-1)||$263,000|
|May 6- 9||Wells Fargo Championship||2||69-70-70-66 (-9)||$882,900|
|April 29 – May 2||Valspar Championship||5||67-70-66-69 (-12)||$282,900|
|April 15-18||RBC Heritage||18||69-66-70-70 (-9)||$87,584|
|April 8-11||Masters Tournament||26||75-69-75-70 (+1)||$79,925|
|April 1- 4||Valero Texas Open||23||72-73-69-70 (-4)||$65,285|
|March 11-14||THE PLAYERS Championship||22||72-70-68-73 (-5)||$135,964|
|February 25-28||WGC-Workday Championship at The Concession||18||71-66-70-74 (-7)||$125,500|
|February 18-21||The Genesis Invitational||MC||71-73||$0|
|January 21-24||The American Express||5||69-65-73-66 (-15)||$247,900|
|January 14-17||Sony Open in Hawaii||MC||69-68||$0|
|January 7-10||Sentry Tournament of Champions||17||70-71-69-66 (-16)||$92,000|
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