The 2017 Travelers Championship concludes on Sunday (June 24) with the final round from TPC River Highlands near Hartford, Conn., marking the 10th year Travelers has sponsored the PGA Tour’s Connecticut event. The final round begins right at 8:15 a.m. Eastern time, with players teeing off two tees on the sub-7,000-yard, par-70 course.
Russell Knox is defending champion in a field headlines by Rory McIlroy, Jordan Spieth and Jason Day, all vying for the $1,224,000 first-place prize from the $6.8 million prize pool.
We’ve got all the info you need to know to get ready for the 2017 Travelers Championship final round, including the leaderboard featured groups and tee times, TV times and how you can watch online, as well final-round pin placements.
Travelers Championship leaderboard
The 2017 Travelers Championship leaderboard is headed by Jordan Spieth, who leads Boo Weekley by a shot at 12-under 198. Daniel Berger is alone in final place at 9-under total, while Paul Casey, David Lingmerth and C.T. Pan are at 8 under par. (PGATour.com has the live leaderboard.)
Leaderboard: Final round start
Tee times and featured groups
A weekend field of 85 players teed off in threesomes on Sunday at TPC River Highlands, but after a MDF cut, the 2017 Travelers Championship Sunday tee times run from 8:15 a.m. Eastern time through the final group at 2 p.m. Here are some marquee groups throughout the day.
- 8:51 a.m. — Rod Pampling, Rory McIlroy
- 1:30 p.m. — David Hearn, Keegan Bradley
- 1:40 p.m. — David Lingmerth, Paul Casey
- 1:50 p.m. — Daniel Berger, C.T. Pan
- 2 p.m. — Jordan Spieth, Boo Weekley
The PGA Tour releases the final-round pin sheet with the pin placements (or as they say officially, hole locations) just before play gets going in the morning.
— PGA TOUR Media (@PGATOURmedia) June 24, 2017
TV times and how to watch online
The Travelers Championship airs on TV on Sunday on Golf Channel and CBS, with coverage going from 1-2:30 p.m. on Golf Channel and 3-6 p.m. Eastern on CBS.
On the Golf Channel app and on golfchannel.com, streaming coverage beings at 1 p.m. Eastern. On PGA Tour Live — on their website and on Twitter — two channels of streaming coverage begin at 10 a.m.